News for Districts 115 & 67

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On February 22nd, all families and students received information regarding our plans to expand in-person learning for interested students after Spring Break. The communication can be found HERE.

There have been many questions regarding the number of teachers returning to in-person instruction.

There are a variety of reasons a teacher may qualify for remote work that are confidential. We anticipate that some teachers will be returning to the building in the next few weeks, while others may continue to provide instruction remotely. For both students and staff with health conditions, decisions regarding a return to the building are made based on individual circumstances. With changes in regional mitigation efforts and the administration of the vaccine – there is optimism. As teachers have returned, we continue to provide updates via PowerSchool. With our current safety mitigation efforts in place, we are expecting approximately 80% of our teachers to provide in-person instruction following Spring Break (LFEA Survey).

If you would like to make a change to your student’s learning preference, the change/update is due this Friday, March 5th. The changes will be implemented following Spring Break on Monday, March 29th.

Please submit this FORM to change your student’s learning preference to begin on March 29 through the end of the school year. This is the last time students will be able to update their learning preference for in-person learning.

Only submit this FORM if you are changing your student’s learning preference to a different choice than it is right now. Please use this link to read the entire communication.


The D115 COVID-19 Dashboard has been updated for the week of February 22, 2021, to reflect the latest information from our schools and local health departments. Please use this link to read the entire communication.

Dashboard Update 2.19.21 - D115 Travel Guidance for Students and Staff
District 115 will adopt a two-pronged approach for travel guidance based on the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine and the District's ability to implement recommended mitigation strategies. Details regarding guidance for both domestic and international and quarantine may be found here: D115 travel guidance.

The Lake Forest Community High School District 115 Board of Education will hold a Regular Meeting on Monday, March 8 at 7:00 PM. This meeting will be held remotely and live streamed. Individuals who wish to make a public comment at a virtual meeting should notify Board Clerk Julia Polszakiewicz, at no later than 12:00 p.m. noon on the day of the meeting.

Please read additional information on the D115 Board of Education webpage.

"Ask the Experts" – a College Admissions Panel Discussion on Thursday, March 18

Sophomores, Juniors, and their parents/guardians, are invited to participate in a virtual college admissions panel discussion, hosted by the Counseling Department, on Thursday, March 18 at 7:00 PM.

College admissions representatives from College of Lake County, DePauw University, Miami University, University of Chicago, University of Illinois, and Xavier University will answer questions submitted by our families in advance. Now is the time to get the answers to your college admission questions – right from the experts!

Please email program moderator Elizabeth Hannon,, with your questions by noon on Thursday, March 18.

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