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Lake Forest School District 67 and Lake Bluff School District 65 are offering two COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster clinics on January 20 and 21, 2022. The clinics are free of charge for all eligible District 67 and 65 students, ages 12 and up, and staff members. Appointments are required, and all individuals must bring an insurance card and their original vaccine card. A photocopy of the insurance card is acceptable.

  • Thursday January 20, 2022 from 7AM-10AM at Deer Path Middle School
  • Friday, January 21, 2022 from 7AM-10AM at Lake Bluff Middle School 

Please use this link to make your appointment and for additional information.

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Attention 4th Grade Parents/Guardians:

Please read this letter to learn about selecting a world language for your child's Deer Path Middle School experience. We also invite you to a virtual presentation and Q&A for 4th graders and their parents/guardians on Thursday, January 20 from 7:00-7:45 p.m.

Link to join the presentation:

After the presentation, we are asking that you make your selection using the World Language Selection Form by Monday, January 31.

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On December 29, 2021, I communicated that the CDC had issued new Isolation and Quarantine Guidance to shorten the isolation and quarantine periods for the general public from 10 to five days, and shortened the time that close contacts need to quarantine. On January 4, 2022, the CDC clarified that these recommendations apply to K-12 schools, and on January 6 released school-specific guidance. On January 7, IDPH and ISBE confirmed that they plan to revise existing regulations and guidance documents regarding exclusion from K-12 Schools to align with the time periods in the CDC's isolation and quarantine guidance. We await formal communication of those revisions.

Given the anticipated alignment between IDPH/ISBE and the CDC regarding the length of exclusions, we are pleased to share that, effective immediately, the isolation and quarantine period for K-12 District 67 and 115 students and staff members sick with COVID-19 or considered a close contact has been reduced to five days. We are in the process of contacting staff, students, and families who are currently impacted by a quarantine with a revised return-to-school plan. Please note that there may be some modifications to the guidance pending the final release of school-specific protocols from IDPH, including the duration of isolation and quarantine for student athletes.

Read more about Superintendent Update — Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines