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The District has launched an updated COVID-19 Dashboard that includes Core Indicators that will inform decision making regarding movement between in-person, hybrid, and remote learning during the pandemic.

Our updated Dashboard is the result of the work of the District 67 Metrics Advisory Council and intended to keep the community more informed about COVID-19 metrics at the school, District, and county levels. We are grateful to the Advisory Council for its thoughtful work on this effort.

Questions and/or comments regarding the information may be directed to Dr. Michelle Shinn. More information about the updated District 67 Dashboard can be found in this short presentation.

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Overcome Overwhelm: The Parent Edition 5 Steps to Building Your Toolbox

Wednesday, January 20 7:00-8:00 pm

Please join us for the presentation by registering in advance.

After registration you will receive a confirmation email containing information to join the meeting, as well as a digital copy to review for 14 days post-presentation.

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Due to scheduling of the District 67 and District 115 Joint Board of Education meeting now booked for Thursday, January 14 at 5:00 PM, the District 67 All-Student Town Hall has been rescheduled.

District 67 All-Student Town Hall
"Celebrating Our Connective Community"
New Date: January 21, 2021, 4:30-5:30PM

Parents and guardians are invited to tune in with their students on January 14 for our first-ever All-Student Town Hall, moderated by APT Executive Board President Kristen Lee.

A link to join the Town Hall will be shared by email before the event.

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Lake Forest Community High School District 115 Board of Education President David Lane
Lake Forest Elementary School District 67 Board of Education President Justin Engelland

Last month, Lake Forest Schools Superintendent Michael V. Simeck announced that he would be leaving the District to become Deerfield District 109 Superintendent, effective July 1, 2021.
Superintendent Simeck has informed us of his updated plans to leave the District on March 31, 2021 in order to begin his new role in Deerfield on April 1.
Our respective Boards are working together to define next steps for our superintendent search and will keep the community updated in the weeks ahead. We do not expect this new date to impact District operations and are committed to ensuring a smooth transition process.

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