Executive Functions and the Teenage Brain Presentation to be Held Mon., Nov. 20

Executive Functions and the Teenage Brain
Presenter: Dr. Georgia Bozeday, Rush Neurobehavioral Center- Education Department
Date: Monday, November 20, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (includes a Q&A)
Location: Lake Forest High School (Raymond Moore Auditorium)

The presentation will focus on middle school and high school age students. All are welcome!

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We recently announced an opening on the Education Committee and all District 115 residents, both parents and non-parents, are invited to complete the data sheet to indicate interest in filling this vacancy. An appointment to this committee is for a two-year term.

If you are interested in serving on the Education Committee, please submit online or return the attached data sheet to: Eileen Faller, Board Clerk, District Administrative Center, 300 S. Waukegan Rd., Lake Forest, Phone: 847-604-7420, Email: by December 1, 2017.

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SOLD OUT! "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculation" Performances Nov. 16-18

SOLD OUT! LFHS Theater Department presents the freshman/sophomore play:

"The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon" a madcap, wacky, modern comedy mash-up of ALL 209 Grimm fairy tales
by Don Zolidis and directed by John Wanninger, featuring a spectacularly talented cast of first and second year actors.

Performances: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm in the DMT.

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Lake Forest 66 – Vernon Hills 50
The Scouts (1-1) notched their first win beating the host Cougars on Thursday night. Vernon Hills shot very well early on making seven early three-pointers and jumping out to an early nine point lead. Ending the first half and through the third quarter, the Scouts went on a 30-7 run to take control of the game.

Halle Douglass led the Scouts with 21 points, while adding 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 6 assists, and 3 blocks. Lilly Trkla and Ellie Pearson each added 12 points. Olivia Douglass added 3 assists and Jen Whittington added 3 steals. The Scouts return to action on Saturday against Antioch.

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Game 1 @ BG- Scouts 29 – Buffalo Grove G 24
The Frosh girls' basketball team started the year off right with a victory over the Bison from Buffalo Grove. Molly Fisher took control of the game early and finished with 14 points. Mary McKendry pitched in four points, including two clutch free throws in the fourth quarter. Good TEAM defense helped seal the win for the Scouts. Next up: Glenbrook North Tournament.
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Another senior athlete has decided to commit to a Division I School just days after the November 8 official signing day had passed. Congratulations to Brett Chody, who decided on the University of Southern California to continue her running career. She joins the ten other female athletes who made their intentions known on November 8.

After closing out the cross country season by placing fifteenth at the IHSA Cross Country State Meet in Peoria, she is looking forward to competing in the track and field season after having missed last season due to injury.

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Lake Forest 34 – Lake Forest Academy 36

The Scouts dropped the opener to the Caxys at the Vernon Hills Tournament. The Scouts had an 18-11 half-time lead but struggled offensively. The Scouts found themselves down seven in the fourth quarter, but fought back and got the deficit to one. The Scouts could not get a good shot off to end the game.

The Scouts were led by Finola Summerville with 8 points, while adding 9 rebounds. Halle Douglass led the Scouts with 10 rebounds, 4 assists, and 4 steals. Jen Whittington and Grace Tirzmalis added 7 points apiece.

The Scouts return to action Thursday night at Vernon Hills against Vernon Hills at 7:30

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Congratulations to the following athletes on the day of signing their letters of intent--November 8, 2017:
Ten student athletes pictured with their letters of intent to play a sport in college.
Kara Antonucci, Grace Geraghty, Audrey Kaus, Victoria Landis, Sophie Metzger, Emma Milburn, Catherine Nicholson,
Maeve Summerville, Emily Vodovoz and Delaney Weiss

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Lake Forest 28 - Hoffman Estates 48

The Scouts came into the IHSA 6A quarterfinal game with a four-game winning streak, but soon found out that the Hoffman Estates Hawks was the superior team on that Saturday. The Hawks were able to shut down the Scout's running game, while the Scout's defense struggled to contain the Hoffman Estates receivers. Penalties also were a factor.

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