D67 Green Backpack

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.

District 67 allows only certain categories of external not-for-profit organizations to submit information through the Green Backpack. Those include:

  • another public or private school, governmental entity, or community-based center;

  • a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that offers district-related, non-profit events or initiative; and

  • community athletic or youth organizations.

To submit your information for consideration:

  • Provide a brief description of your activity or event, along with a link to your website or location where your flyer is posted to jpatterson@lfschools.net by Monday.
  • Once approved, the information will run for one week in our school e-newsletters AND on this page for the duration of the program (or one month if no end date exists).
  • Yard signs, posters, flyers or other distributed materials 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

Scouts BSA Troop 48

Scouts BSA Troop 48 (follow us on FB) is hosting our 3rd annual "Mini-Klondike Derby" event at Northcroft Park this Sunday, January 30, at 1PM.  This is a free event for community elementary and middle schoolers (K-8) featuring snow-based activities (weather permitting) including sled races, scouting/outdoor survival skills, and fat tire bikes! An adult must attend with a child or group of children (no drop-offs). Registration is required. Please register both adults and children HERE.


CROYA is hosting Human Whac-a-mole on Friday, Jan. 28th. All 6th-8th grade students are welcome! We'll have 2 time slots with limited spots available; 3:45pm-5:15pm and 6:00pm-7:30pm. No cost to attend! Sign up at https://croya.com/