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To comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, and create web content that is accessible for people with disabilities and user friendly for everyone, we will no longer post pdf documents from outside organizations. You may view our Website Accessibility Statement here.

Non-profit, intergovernmental agencies, and other approved community organizations who wish to promote activities or events pertinent to our parents' or students' interests or involvement should follow this process:

  • Submit a brief description of your activity or event, along with and a link to your website, for approval to jpatterson@lfschools.net by Tuesday.
  • Once approved, the information will to be included in our weekly school e-newsletters for one week, AND on this page for the duration of the program (or one month if no end date exists).
  • Yard signs and posters are not allowed.
  • Activities/events must be non-sectarian, non-political and may not promote a fundraising activity unless the activity is school-sponsored or directly benefits our schools.

The decision to distribute information or provide links to websites that are not part of Lake Forest Schools is at the discretion of District administrators. The District is not responsible for the content and accessibility of external websites linked onto the District’s website. External websites are the sole property of such websites, and the content and accessibility of external websites are the sole responsibility of the entity or entities in control of the content and administration of such websites.

District-sponsored Programs

Community Activities and Events

Young Scouts Soccer League

Registration is now open for the LFSA Young Scouts spring program - an instructional soccer program for Kindergartners and 1st Graders.  Register at www.lfsa.org

Abraham Lincoln Exhibit at History Center LF/LB

Beginning on March 3rd, the History Center will open a student-friendly exhibit about Abraham Lincoln called, "A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times." The exhibit will run through May 15. In combination with the exhibit, the History Center is hosting Lincoln historian James Cornelius to give a lecture on "The Obvious and the Oddities of the 16th Presidency (including his family life)" on March 3rd at 3pm. Then, on Saturday, March 16th at 10am students and families will have the opportunity to "Meet the Lincolns" at the History Center, free for children 13 and under.

Bandits Girls Lacrosse for Grades 3-8

Bandits Girls Lacrosse for Grades 3-8 Spring Lacrosse Registration - Spring season begins March 4th-June 1st www.banditslacrosseclub.org

Boy Scouts of America Now Scouts BSA

Boy Scouts of America now offers it's classic program to girls and has relaunched as Scouts BSA.  Now all girls and boys ages 5-18 can join all Scouting programs.  Youth and parents can find their local Pack or Troop at beascout.org.

Free STEM Day for Girls Grades 7-12

Girls in seventh through 12th grade who want to explore careers in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) are invited to the College of Lake County’s seventh annual STEM for Girls event Saturday, Feb. 23. For details, visit https://tinyurl.com/yb229pfy

911 Emergency Notification Gets "Smarter"

Smart911 is now available to all Lake Foresters.  Smart911 is a free service that allows individuals and families to sign up online to provide key information to 9-1-1 call takers during an emergency. For more information, visit The City of Lake Forest website: https://www.cityoflakeforest.com/911-emergency-notification-gets-smarter/