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Friday, March 15, 2019, 8:00am - 12:00pm
To Schedule an Appointment: Please contact Sheridan School, 847-234-6294

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.

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Announcing the APT Executive Board Slate for the 2019-21 School Years

  • APT Executive Board President - Kristen Lee
  • APT Executive Board Communications - Lacy Fidler
  • APT Executive Board Treasurer - Julie Benda Helms
  • Deer Path Middle School APT President - Megan Engelberg
  • Everett Elementary APT President - Jacey Rhoads

Voting on this slate of candidates is open to all District 67 APT members and will take place at the APT's Annual Meeting. All District 67 parents and community members are invited to attend our Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 13 from 9-11 a.m. at CROYA (located in the Lake Forest Recreation Center.)

For further information on the slated candidates as well as a listing of members of the APT Nominating Committee, please visit the APT Executive Board website at

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Visiting Scientist ProgramOver 800 K-4 graders enjoyed the Visiting Scientist academic enrichment program. Kindergarten, First and Second graders experienced a Mousetrap Machine Show which is a STEM assembly by Smarty Pants World that used balloons to demonstrate how five simple machines work: The Lever, The Wheel, The Pulley, The Inclined Plane and The Screw.

Third and fourth graders had workshops with the scientist with their classrooms. Third grade spent time with Steve Schindler of Reptomania and got hands-on with live reptiles and amphibians. Fourth grade learned about photosynthesis with "Gravity Greg" from Mad Science.

This program is organized by the APT and funded by a grant from the Spirit of 67 Foundation.

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