District 67 will test the BrightArrow Notification System on Thursday, November 21 at 6:00 PM. We use this system as the primary means of notification in the case of an emergency or unplanned event that causes an early dismissal, school cancellation, or late start. An alert will be sent using the primary contact information you provided when you registered your student for school (during online registration). Read more about this test.
Lake Forest School District 67 provides free early intervention screenings for children ages 3-5 that have not entered Kindergarten and reside in Lake Forest. The next screening is Monday, 12/9 from 8:15-12:15 at Sheridan Elementary. The purpose of early intervention screening is to identify developmental delays in young children. The screening is completed by a team of special educators and may include assessment in the following areas: speech and language; fine and gross motor skills; learning; social/emotional growth; as well as a brief vision and hearing screening. Contact Sheridan School (847-234-6294) to schedule a screening appointment.
We are creating a database of contacts that list experts or specialists within our school community. We'd like to give our students of Lake Forest the opportunity to discover and learn from others beyond the walls of their classroom. Are you one of them? Do you have a contact that you could share? If there is someone who could be added into our database that is a personal connection please share this link with them.
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Our mission is every student, every school, every day. To that end, we provided the funding, $178,930, for 34 grants to enhance the educational experiences for our kids. Click on this link to scroll through the document listing the grants awarded. We literally couldn't do this without your support. Thank you to our record number of donor families who show up to events, pledge support and believe in this cause as much as we do!