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District 67 will test the Honeywell Instant Alert notification system on Thursday, October 23 at 6:30 pm. A message will be sent to your primary phone number and any other devices you have registered with your account.
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Presented by LF-LB LDA, Lake Forest School Superintendent Michael Simeck and Asst. Superintendent Lauren Fagel discuss “Why Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Benefits All Students Including Those with Disabilities.
Friday, October 24th
West Campus, Seminar B
9am – 10:30am
View more information here.
Our picture re-take day has been rescheduled to October 23 at 8:30 AM.
Lake Forest School District #115 and #67 practice Integrated Pest Management, a program that combines preventative techniques, non-chemical pest control methods, and the appropriate use of pesticides with a preference for products that are least harmful to human health and the environment. The term “pesticide” includes insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, and fungicides.
The LF-LB LDA, District 67, and Lake Bluff District 65 are sponsoring an event to provide parents and families with a perspective on how to have meaningful involvement in the IEP meeting and a good collaborative perspective on the process on Tuesday, November 4 or Thursday, November 13.
Cherokee students during ILI and Art joined over a million children and adults around the globe to celebrate International Dot Day - a grass roots “creativity & courage” movement, started in 2009 by a teacher in Iowa. Inspired by New York Times best-selling author/illustrator Peter H. Reynolds’ classic “storybook for all ages” The Dot, International Dot Day inspires young and old to embrace the power of personal creativity to change the world. Dot Day has generated support around the globe, including all 50 U.S. states, all seven continents, and even on the International Space Station.
We will be discussing Questioning and Posing Problems, along with the other 16 Habits of Mind at our first Cherokee Chat and Chew on Wednesday, October 29 from 7-9 PM at Cherokee. There have been some issues with purchasing the parent book, so we will be altering the format so there is NO NEED TO READ THE BOOK!
Please click on the link HERE for further information about the books we will be using, and if you are able to attend, please fill out the quick RSVP form HERE.
Information for candidates interested in being elected to the Lake Forest School District 67 or Lake Forest Community High School District 115 Board of Education.
District 67 Character Traits
Teamwork • Caring • Honesty/Integrity Respect • Responsibility