Lake Forest School District 67 posted the investigation report on it’s website. Here’s the link
The lawyer hired by District 67 to investigate the Deer Path Middle School sexting scandal revealed the findings of his investigation at the Tues., Feb. 28, board meeting.
Lake Bluff School District 65 has named Dr. Jean Sophie to be its next superintendent of Schools, effective July 1.
The Lake Forest/Lake Bluff community members who participated in the District 67/115 superintendent selection thank the school boards for letting them actively participate in the interview process
A Lake Forest 15-year-old boy was found dead on the Union Pacific railroad tracks on the 1400 block of Western Avenue near Alden Lane on Tuesday morning, apparently after being struck and killed by a train. Lake Forest Deputy Police Chief Glenn Burmeister said a woman, whom he did not identify, called the police via 911 at about 7:25 a.m. and reported that there was a body lying on the tracks.
Lake Forest High School Principal Jay Hoffman sent a letter to parents of LFHS students on Tuesday afternoon informing them that William Laskero-Teskoski, class of 2015, was struck and killed by a Metra train.
The Lake Forest District 67 School Board will meet in executive session on Feb. 1 to hear a presentation of attorney Ronald Safer’s independent investigation into the Deer Path Middle School sexting scandal and to discuss “matters related to the appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of a School District employee; probable or imminent litigation.”
The Lake Forest Fire Department is hosting a blood drive on Monday, Jand 30 from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
With the help of all 17 players on the Lake Forest College Men’s Basketball roster, forward Nathan Batemanâ€™s philosophy about limitless possibilities led the Foresters to break their historical 1915-16 winning streak of 14.
District 67 Board Vice President John Julian said the outside review by independent counsel Ronald Safer
is complete and that it will be presented in the near future to the ad hoc sub-committee that’s charged with overseeing the review of the DPM scandal and how the school board handled it.