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MARCH 2021
A MONTHLY SOURCE FOR DISTRICT NEWS

Lake Forest Community High School District 115




Welcome Back to Insight 115

While our school community navigates the complexities of the pandemic, those things that define and differentiate our District in the most positive ways continue – including our commitment to outstanding instruction and academic growth, inclusive practices, social emotional well-being, the fine arts, extracurriculars, athletics, and giving back. With so much attention lately devoted to communicating about the operations of our schools, this newsletter aims to share stories about “the good stuff” you may have missed. Please help us find and tell those stories by emailing us with your suggestions at insight@lfschools.net. You’ll find us here again – with the good stuff – in April.


LEADERSHIP TRANSITIONS

District 115 Salutes Departing Superintendent Michael Simeck


Superintendent Finalists Introduced at Community Forum


The three finalists for the job of superintendent of Districts 67 and 115 met the Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, and Knollwood communities in a livestreamed forum March 30. The School Boards are to make their choice from among the candidates on April 1, with an announcement coming later in April. The new superintendent is to start July 1.

Read More about Superintendent Search

Principal Holland Leaving LFHS at End of School Year


LFHS FOUNDATION

Grant Day Awards Top $97,000


LFHS APT

First-Ever Livestream Talent Show a Hit


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Scouts in Action


The Scouts are on the move with the Spring Sports Season in full swing and the Summer Season coming up fast.  LFHS Assistant Athletic Director Dan Vosnos shares the latest news.

Read More about LFHS Sports

Student Council Summarizes a Year for the Books


COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Project F_LL Food Drive Hitting its Goals, Thanks to U

Project Full

STUDENT SUCCESSES

LFHS Seniors Win 10th District Congressional App Challenge


LFHS Students Help Fire Department Clear Snow-Covered Hydrants


Scout Shout Outs


Need for Speed, Lake Forest High School’s robotics team, “did awesome” in the Illinois FIRST Tech Challenge state tournament, finishing with the third-ranked robot based on points and taking the third-place Connect Award. Read about those students and others who merit a shout out.

Read More about Scout Shout Outs

Look for our next issue of Insight 115 in April.
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