Pages will be updated as new information is released and made available. Updated: September 13, 2020

 

  HELPING YOU NAVIGATE OUR NEW LEARNING JOURNEY  

 

You’re on The Map, the place to find the information you need to navigate the school year ahead. You’ll find links to our learning plans, health and safety protocols, technology guidance, social emotional support resources, and FAQs. Most of all, you’ll find a place where we are reminded that, as a school community, we are stronger and better together. We welcome your input and ideas for ways The Map can continue to evolve to meet your needs.
 


Health & Safety 

Teaching & Learning

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Social Emotional Wellness My Checklist Technology


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DAILY HEALTH SCREENING

All staff and students (through their parents/guardians) must self-certify daily that they are symptom free prior to entering a school building, or boarding a bus.  Self-certification requires an individual to verify they (1) do not have a fever (meaning a temperature under 100.0); and (2) they do not have any of the symptoms of COVID-19.  Visitors will be asked to complete a symptom screening on-site prior to entry, as well as any staff or student that did not complete the self-certification prior to arrival at a school building.

For additional information, please visit the Health & Safety page.

Lake Forest High School DISTRICT 115 STUDENTS

Freshman Class of 2024 Screening
Sophomore Class of 2023 Screening
Junior Class of 2022 Screening
Senior Class of 2021 Screening

Lake Forest High School DISTRICT 115 STAFF

LFHS Staff Screening

For questions regarding the process for Lake Forest High School District 115, please contact Lane Linder.

LAKE FOREST SCHOOL DISTRICT 67 students


Cherokee Elementary School Screening
Everett Elementary School Screening
Sheridan Elementary School Screening
Deer Path Middle School Screening

LAKE FOREST SCHOOL DISTRICT 67 STAFF

District 67 Staff Screening

For questions regarding the process for Lake Forest District 67, please contact Dr. Michelle Shinn.



 

  DOING OUR PART  
How will you help keep our school safe?