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Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Feb. 22, 25, and 26. Please click on this link to sign up.
April 15, 2016 will be our next Cherokee Family Night. Come join us at Brunswick Zone in Deerfield from 6-8pm for a fun-filled night of bowling with other Cherokee families. Please help us gauge interest in order to move forward with planning by completing this form by Friday, February 12. Families will be able to rent an entire lane for up to 8 people for $72 ($9-12 per person). Families will be responsible for the lane cost even if there are less than the maximum number of bowlers (8). Shoes are included in the cost. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the snack bar at an additional cost. Once we have gathered interest, we will send out further details.
As underscored in our strategic plan, our district is committed to continually reviewing and improving our schools. The Comprehensive School Climate Inventory (CSCI) survey will, once again, be administered in class to all students in grades 3-8 and to all school personnel over the next few weeks. Parents will not participate this year, as they will only be a part of the sampling every other year.
The SafeStop mobile app connects parents securely to their child's school bus.
District 67 is happy to announce that it will now offer SafeStop - a FREE, easy-to-use mobile app that allows our parents/guardians to monitor in real-time the status of their child's school bus. You will never have to guess where the bus is or when it is arriving at your stop! The app updates every 30 seconds to provide you with up-to-date information on your child's bus location.
Read the latest issue of 67 E-Pulse; the D67 Emotional Wellness/APT Parent Awareness Newsletter http://conta.cc/1ZMTSfL
Over the past 30 years the Spirit of 67 Foundation has proudly awarded countless grants in support of the arts. The APT Fine Arts Enrichment Program was the very first grant awarded by the foundation and has been renewed every year since representing the valuable partnership between the APT and the Spirit of 67 Foundation.
Check out the program of the past, and those coming up this year... read more.
The Visiting Scientist program took place the week of January 11 at Cherokee, Sheridan and Everett. A scientist from Discovery World in Milwaukee conducted a total of 18 workshops for the 4th and 3rd grade classes. On Tuesday, January 19, Mad Science of Northern Illinois presented "Up, Up and Away" in a K-2 assembly.
Please remember to send your child with winter gear - coats, hats, gloves as well as snow pants and boots for snowy days. Weather permitting, students will be allowed outside. For information about weather conditions and school closings, visit our web page HERE.
Lake Forest School District 67 is providing free educational screenings on Friday, March 4, 2016 for preschool-age children who reside in Lake Forest.
Please Note: Deadline for registration is Friday, February 26, 2016.
The Spirit of 67 Foundation has been proud to award grants providing support to District 67’s Language Arts curriculum. Over the years, The Spirit has funded innovative and invaluable programs and resources to assist students in mastering the areas of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language. Read all about it here!
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American Eagle's production of Shel Silverstein's "Where the Sidewalk Ends"
District 67 Character Traits
Teamwork • Caring • Honesty/Integrity Respect • Responsibility