New Families - visit the Registration Page to begin the pre-registration process.
The Spirit of 67 Foundation cordially invites you to the Inaugural Appreciation Luncheon, Friday, October 20, 2017, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm at Knollwood Club. Please use this link to purchase tickets.
D67 Emotional Wellness & APT Parent Awareness are pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Parent Speaker Series kick-off - "Un-Stressed Out": Understanding and Managing Modern-Day Stress, presented by Dr. Kim Fletcher, Wednesday, October 4, 9-11 a.m.
Please click here to RSVP so that we will have a better idea of how many attendees to expect.
There are 4 Shark Houses at Sheridan - Black Tip (red), Hammerhead (blue), Tiger (green), and Reef (yellow). Each student is assigned to a house when they start at Sheridan. They remain in the same house each year, and new students are added. Throughout the year, we host House events that may be competitive, student service, and participation.
House T-Shirt Orders
Each student should have a House T-Shirt that corresponds to their house assignment. If you are a returning student, and your t-shirt still fits, you do not need to order a t-shirt this year. If you are a NEW student OR your t-shirt no longer fits, you can order a new one this year by filling out this short form. Orders are due by Friday, September 29.
Alice McGinty will be visiting each of the three District 67 elementary schools during October 16 - 18 thanks to a generous grant provided by the Spirit of 67.
The APT has arranged for students to purchase autographed copies of Ms. McGinty's books. Please download and view the order form if you are interested in purchasing any books, and turn in the completed form to your school office by Sept. 28. One form per student as the books are personalized with the child's name (checks to: "District 67 APT").
SafeStop is the school bus tracking app for parents and students. The FREE, easy-to-use mobile app gives real-time updates on your bus as it travels to and from school. Information is updated every 30 seconds so you can plan to be at the bus stop before the bus arrives.
Available features include: real-time map to locate your bus, expected arrival times at your bus stop, service notifications and other updates, and a secure registration process ensures only authorized users can access bus information.
Tuesday, October 3 - 6:30-8pm
"The Who, What, When, Why and How of IEPs"
What the heck is an IEP?
Why might my child need an IEP?
I don't understand my child's IEP!
What is my role as a parent?
This event will be held in the Raymond Moore Auditorium at LF High School from 6:30 - 8pm, and is co-sponsored by the LDA and Districts 65, 67, 115 and NSSED. Presenters include staff from each of the districts and all parents are welcome! Whether your child has an IEP or you may be considering one, is in elementary, middle or high school, please join us! This is your time to learn and ask questions!
Tuesday, October 3, 7-8:30pm
The John & Nancy Hughes Theater
Gorton Community Center
400 E. Illinois Road
The City of Lake Forest and The School Boards of District 67 and 115 invite you to a public forum focused on how recent State and Federal government fiscal decisions impact Lake Foresters.
You can also click here to subscribe to the District 67 Board Report and have it sent to your email address.