Parent University will be held on Wednesday, October 10 and is open to all K-8 parents. This is an opportunity to learn about the curriculum through hands-on sessions. All sessions will be held at Deer Path Middle School from 6:30-8:00pm. Read more

SAVE THE DATE: Spookfest will be held on Friday, Oct 26: Grades K-2: 5:00-6:00 pm, Grades 3-4: 6:30-7:30 pm. The kids are off school that day due to parent-teacher conferences, but we'll be getting in the Halloween spirit at Cherokee that evening. Mark your calendars for this VERY popular event!

Spirit Thanks 4 Giving Appreciation Luncheon

The 2nd Annual Thanks 4 Giving Appreciation Luncheon will be held on Friday, October 19th at the beautiful Knollwood Club. This year's luncheon will feature special guest speaker David Flood, author of "The Lost Arts of Dignity, Respect and Compassion". Like last year, there will be a sparkly raffle item and special silent auction items which are exclusive to the event. To purchase tickets online, CLICK HERE.

Lake Forest School District 67 provides free early intervention screenings to children residing in Lake Forest. Children ages 3-5 who have not entered kindergarten are eligible. The purpose of an early intervention screening is to identify development delays in young children ages 3-5 In order to participate, a child must be registered in advance.

To Schedule an Appointment: Please contact Sheridan School, 847-234-6294

Lake Forest School District 67 will have 3 seats open on the Board of Education next April. If you are interested in running, petition packets are now available at the Lake County Clerk's Office. To download this information visit, click on "Elections," then "Candidate Services," or stop by the Lake County Offices at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Monday -Friday from 7:30 am-4:30 pm, to pick up information.

The circulation period for the non-partisan school board candidates will begin on September 18, 2018; and the filing period will be December 10 – 17, 2018 in order to participate in the April 2, 2019 Consolidated Election. For additional information contact the Lake County Clerk at 847-377-2400.

Does your child have a potentially life threatening allergy? If so, it is important that you read this notice.

The Illinois Emergency Epinephrine Act, PA97-0361, allows schools to maintain a limited supply of epinephrine auto-injectors. The supply is intended to benefit children who don't know they have an allergy (i.e., for first time occurrences). For students with a known allergy that may require the rapid use of epinephrine, parents need to supply the school with an up-to-date injector.

Additional information and resources can be found on the Health Service page.

District 67 security procedures require all visitors to present a photo ID to gain entrance to any of our school buildings. New this year, school personnel will retain all photo IDs while visitors are in the buildings. Upon exiting, all visitors must return to the school office to be checked out. All IDs will be returned at that time.