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The Lake Forest District 67 Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting on Sunday, October 25 at 4:00 p.m. This meeting will be held remotely and live streamed to comply with the procedures set forth in Public Act 101-640, which Governor Pritzker extended to November 15, 2020.

Individuals who wish to make a public comment at this meeting should notify Chief Technology Officer Jordan Salus at no later than 12:00 noon on October 25. During the afternoon of October 25, Mr. Salus will be in contact with those individuals regarding instructions on how to call in to the meeting.

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Lake Forest School District 67 joined the Lake Forest Police Department in honoring retiring Lake Forest Crossing Guard Mr. Ralph Peterson in a drive through salute on Wednesday, October 21. District families lined up to drive through the Deer Path Middle School driveway to wave, say "Thank You," and drop off cards, notes, balloons, baked goods, pictures and other gifts in tribute to Mr. Peterson's 20 years of service and dedication to keeping District students and the Lake Forest community safe.


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Instructional Supervisors will oversee the daily needs of certain classrooms where the teacher is providing remote instruction for students. Instructional Supervisors should possess the ability to work, communicate and collaborate effectively with students and staff. This position pays $130 per day.

Job qualifications for this role have been updated by the State of Illinois as of October 6 – a substitute teaching license is no longer required for this position... read more

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We all associate Fall with Back to School – but twenty or thirty years from now, what will we all remember about this particular return to school?

The History Center of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff in partnership with the Lake Forest School District 67 and District 115 are launching a new initiative to preserve those memories now, in real-time. A new digital exhibit called Facing School 2020 gives students, teachers and parents from schools across the community a central place to share their experiences, find encouragement, and access their stories about back-to-school 2020 for years to come.
Please visit this link to view the Facing School 2020 Digital Exhibit and start submitting your content today!

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Thank you to all of the 8th grade students and families for embracing the new spin on the DPM community service day tradition. The participation was outstanding and we are grateful for all of the generous donations. Together we raised over $3,700 in honor of the charity - Paws for Patrick. Please click on the picture above to watch the video that captured the beautiful day and our amazing 8th graders walking with their dogs in support of our Lake Forest community.

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Lake Forest School District 67 is providing free early intervention screenings for the 2019-20 school year to children residing in Lake Forest. Children ages 3-5 who have not entered Kindergarten are eligible. The first screening date is Monday, October 19, 2020, 8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (Please note: Registration is required, and the deadline for the October screening is Friday, October 9.)

Please visit this link for more information and to register.


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