Given the current resurgence of the COVID-19 virus in Lake County and the impact this is having on our communities and ability to staff our building, Lake Forest Community High School District 115 will continue in fully remote learning using our Remote Learning Schedule during the weeks of November 30 - December 4 and December 7 - 11. Students will be taking first semester course assessments remotely during the week of December 14. Please use this link to read the entire communication.
To help ease the burden of planning, shopping and cooking for families who live and staff who work in our school Districts, we are now participating in a special program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
Scout Strong is a series of seminars focused on social and emotional well-being. In this presentation, brought to us in partnership with the LFHS APT, Dr. Doug Bolton shared current brain and social science research to help guide us through these challenging times. He also shared parenting strategies that will help build resilience in our children so that they can effectively manage stress now and in the future.
See what's happening in the Transition Program!
This month's newsletter focuses on Thankfulness and provides a update on student activities; a spotlight on one of our amazing students; helpful resources and advise from Staff Psychologist, Karen Lapinski, and Speech-Language Pathologist, Samantha Medland; and a tasty recipe for a quick and easy lunch item!
Due to limited space availability, and the need to adhere to social distancing and health department recommendations, Lake Forest High School has cancelled in-person cap and gown ordering.
Please use this link to submit your cap and gown order directly to Josten's. Caps and gowns were paid as part of registration fees. Additional graduation items are available for purchase through Josten's.
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SENIOR COMMEMORATIVES will be accepted on a space-available basis. When space runs out, or we reach our plant deadline, we can no longer accept ads. So get your ad in early! NO ADS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER MARCH 3RD 2021
Student Attendance and Engagement Expectations
Please read through this information, which includes our attendance expectations, procedural updates, general expectations, behavioral expectations, and consequences for inappropriate behaviors as well as failure to follow safety protocols.
Remote Learning Behavior Expectations
Please review these reminders regarding behavioral expectations while on Google meets.
To Report An Absence
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