Lake Forest School District 67 and District 115 are conducting a Community Satisfaction Survey to gather community feedback. This survey, conducted by Fallon Research and Communications, Inc. among registered voters in District 67 and District 115, began at 5 pm on Monday, September 20 and will run through September 26. The survey consists of 25 questions and should take 10 minutes or less to complete by phone or text. Results will be tabulated, shared with the District 67 and 115 Boards, and the community later this fall. If you are contacted by Fallon Research, we hope you will consider participating in this important effort. The continuous improvement of our local schools is rooted in the Districts' partnership with our entire school communities.
Executive Function Strategies That Work - A Guide to Help Students Manage Time, Stay Organized, and Study for Mastery
Marissa Catanese, Executive Functioning Specialist, District 67
David Hain, MTSS Coordinator, District 115
Tracy Roehrick, Director of Student Services, District 65
Tim Burks, School Psychologist, District 65
Tuesday, October 5th @ 7PM
A YouTube link to be provided prior to the event.
We are pleased to announce that early childhood behavioral and developmental screening will be available again this year for families with children aged 3- 5 years old residing in Districts 67 school boundaries. This screening is offered on a monthly basis and is free of charge.
The Evolution of Inclusion with Dr. Carol Quirk
Wednesday, September 29 from 6:30-7:30pm
Hosted by District 65, District 67, and District 115
In this session, Dr. Carol Quirk, CEO of the Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education, will discuss how education has changed from a model of labeling and segregating students by perceived abilities to a research-based approach of inclusion and high expectations. With this change, instructional models have evolved to address the varied learning needs of children and youth in a class, such as cooperative learning groups, differentiated assignments, and adapted learning materials. Instead of isolated classes and therapies for those who need advanced or specialized supports, professionals collaborate to integrate supports and services within academic activities. As our knowledge of “what works” in education has evolved, so has the role of educators. Challenges and successes will be shared.
Parents/Guardians are invited to submit questions using this form by Tuesday, September 28 by noon.
Happy Monday to everyone @lakeforest sd67 Everett School! We got a kick out of this photo from September 1962 with Miss Carol Craig taking her students for a spin around the globe! pic.twitter.com/8SBSmGNDe6— lflbhistory (@lflbhistory) September 8, 2021
This school year we will be having orchestra in 4th grade as we have traditionally done in the past. It will be in person, small groups and during the school day. Students in 4th grade may learn violin, viola, cello or bass.
This program is a lot of fun, learning a musical instrument while also practicing SEL strategies in a natural setting. For more information, please see the information packet or use this link to sign up!
Lake Forest, Lake Bluff elementary schools start new school year ‘getting back to normal’ Read all about it in the Chicago Tribune.
The District 67 Board Report is a monthly digest from the most recent Board of Education meeting to keep community members informed. Please note that these reports are not the official minutes of the Board of Education. Read the latest edition here: August 27, 2021
Back to school 2021. All in, every day.
We have waited for the moment to get all of our District 67 students back in the building, five days a week, and that time has finally arrived. However, it's not enough to simply get everyone in, the goal is to keep everyone in school for the year. With that in mind, I am sharing expectations for student and staff health and safety practices for the 2021-2022 school year.