NOV | DEC 2021
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Lake Forest Community High School District 115
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Despite all the jammies, there was nothing sleepy about Winter Spirit Week at LFHS.
With the school year at the halfway point, Insight checked in with LFHS Principal Erin Lenart (pictured), asking 3 questions.
The LFHS Theater Department staged a magical “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in mid-November as the Frosh/Soph Play debuted in The Little Theater.
Hannah Stewart (pictured) read her short story to the workshop participants.
Stories, and their student authors, are finding a wider audience at LFHS through the Writing Workshop Showcase.
Wellness for Life students engage in a scavenger hunt as a way to learn about Lake Forest High School and build a classroom community.
Defining “inclusive learning” can get complicated. But Districts 67 and 115 take a straightforward approach.
Work on the District 115 Facilities Master Plan, which was paused because of the pandemic, has resumed.
The 35th annual LFHS Holiday Concerts & Applause Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser, with a few tweaks because of the pandemic, took place Dec. 5 with Band, Orchestra, and Choir performances starting at 3 p.m. and stretching into the evening.
The LFHS Wind Ensemble had double duty on Veterans Day, performing at both the LFHS assembly and at the Lake Bluff ceremony.
More than 130 families participated in the Great Full Market.
School Districts 65, 67, and 115 helped ensure that scores of families had a more bountiful Thanksgiving through the Great Full Market, a free pop-up farmers market held in partnership with Waukegan’s Beacon Place on Nov. 14.
School districts across the state — including District 115 — celebrated School Board members to mark the Nov. 15 Illinois School Board Members Day.
Student members of the “Clue” Tech Crew use the new sound mixing board that was made possible by an LFHS Foundation grant.
Four Lake Forest High School student athletes have already decided where they are headed after graduation, with their decisions celebrated at a Nov. 10 Signing Day event.
For CROYA’s 2021 Fall Retreat, 80 high school students went to Camp Henry Horner.
CROYA — the Lake Forest and Lake Bluff middle school and high school youth organization — will be closed Dec. 20 to 24 for Winter Break and then open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, through Thursday, Dec. 30, said Manager Todd Nahigian. Here’s a look at what else is going on at CROYA.
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