News + Events

Tuesday, November 30 - 7:00 PM - In Person and Online (A livestream link will be shared next week)

Hosted by Superintendent Montgomery

We continue to receive questions about COVID-19 risk mitigation protocols in our schools. In an effort to give time for thoughtful response, District 67 and District 115 parents and guardians are invited to the next LET'S TALK program on Tuesday, November 30 at 7:00 PM.

Our panel will feature Dr. Michelle Shinn, District 67 Director of School Improvement, and Mr. Lane Linder, District 115 Director of Safety and Security. The session will also include an opportunity for Q&A.

You are welcome to ask questions in person — or in advance by submitting this form by Tuesday, November 30 at noon.

Read more about LET'S TALK [Current COVID-19 Risk Mitigation]

Nominations are being solicited for the following District 67 APT Executive Board positions to serve during the 2021-2023 school years:

  • PT Executive Board Vice President
  • APT Executive Board Recording Secretary
  • APT Executive Treasurer
  • APT President, Cherokee Elementary School
  • APT President, Sheridan Middle School

 See the Nomination Form for descriptions of the positions being nominated. If you would like to nominate someone (including yourself), please click here to complete the Nomination Form. FINAL DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS is Monday, January 17, 2022.

Read more about APT Nominations Requested for 2022 - 2024 Term!

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, I also find myself hitting an important milestone in my first year on the job. Thank you for your welcoming spirit, support, and encouragement during my first 100+ days as your Superintendent! I am grateful for each connection and conversation I have had with students, staff, families, and community members as I listen and learn about what is most important to our District 67 and District 115 communities.

Qualitative Feedback
A significant part of these early months has been focused on gathering qualitative feedback. Learning about the Lake Forest experience is critical to understanding what we are doing well and strategizing on initiatives for continued improvement. To date, I have met with more than 80 faculty and staff members and dozens of District and community groups. This input, gathered through one-on-one and small group conversations, has been immensely helpful and insightful.

Quantitative Feedback
It is also important for us to gather quantitative feedback and our recent Community Satisfaction Survey did just that. This study, conducted by professional polling firm Fallon Research, engaged a randomly-selected sample of our community including District parents/guardians and those residents who do not have students in our schools. These results (found here) allow us to better understand where we are today and what the community at large sees as priorities for District 67 and District 115 moving forward...

Read more about A Message From the Superintendent: Community Survey Results

Please use this link if you missed the presentation, or with to revisit the content.

Online Q & A with Dr. Michael Bauer
COVID-19 Vaccines for 5 to 11-Year-Olds

Co-hosted by District 65 Superintendent, Dr. Lisa Leali, and District 67 Director of School Improvement, Dr. Michelle Shinn.

Two Vaccine Clinics
As a reminder, Lake Bluff School District 65 and Lake Forest School District 67 are partnering with the City of Lake Forest and Village of Lake Bluff to offer two voluntary COVID-19 vaccine clinics free of charge for students 5-11 years of age.

Read more about Online Q & A About COVID-19 Vaccines for 5-11 Year Olds