On Thursday, October 4, Family Service will open a new, fee-free youth and family counseling program at CROYA. Called “GROW” (Guidance, Resources & Options for Wellness), the program will offer…
Late Friday, the Board of Education was informed that the Union filed an “intent to strike” notice. The Board of Education anticipated this action.
Both final offers have been published for public review on the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board website. Additionally, the Board has provided a detailed summary of the Board of Education’s proposal, including projected salary schedules, on the school district website .
Concerned Lake Bluff Taxpayers writes in the Reader Forum: “It became first publicly known to visitors at the Aug.14 Lake Bluff School District 65 meeting that $12.5 million has been accumulated in cash reserves over the past six years. These funds were the result of a systematic tax levy of surpluses (i.e. excess of tax and other revenues over operating expenses) averaging $2 million per year.
The Rotary Club of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff and North Chicago Rotary Club last week delivered school book back packs to new Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Waukegan.
With fall approaching, your beach days may be dwindling, but not so for the Lake Forest High School sailing team, which is ranked No. 1 in the Midwest. The team, which is open to all LFHS students, sails clear through to Halloween and even into early November.
The Lake Forest High School Foundation awarded its one-millionth dollar in grants this month. The lucky grant to tip the cumulative total over the $1,000,000 mark was awarded to Social Studies department chair, Dr. Jim Gantt, for two classroom sets of iPads, preloaded with interactive e-textbooks and apps.