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Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to the Candy Drive and HUGS Food Drive in the last couple of weeks! Thanks to your generosity both drives were very successful.
Cherokee students spent time last week honoring those who have served, and who continue to serve, including writing letters to troops who are currently serving in the military.
With the exception of extreme cold or rain, students go outside! Please make sure your child is dressed for the weather every day, including boots, snow pants, a coat, hat, and gloves - and label all clothing items.
Citadel Theatre is partnering with The Spirit of 67 by offering a discounted price to District 67 families for their production, "From the Heart." Use Code SPIRIT30 for the discount and to donate a portion of your ticket price to the foundation.
Second-graders learn how seeds travel. Read it here.
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.
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