Do you have questions about the Common Core in public education? Here’s an opportunity to learn more about it from Michael Simeck, superintendent of Lake Forest School Districts 67 and 115, and Kevin Rubenstein, director of curriculum for Lake Bluff School District 65.
Lake Bluff Middle School recognized the achievements of students who have excelled in the areas of academics, attendance, character, citizenship, physical education and volunteerism.
Eighth graders at Lake Bluff Middle School have been working on Project Citizen projects to help resolve problems and issues in the village of Lake Bluff. They’re presenting their work on May 21, and the community is invited to attend.
The Lake Bluff schools are joining the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) in the second statewide survey of school climate and learning conditions.
Lake Bluff and Lake Forest schools have started using standing desks in classrooms, giving students the opportunity to literally think on their feet.
Lake Bluff has cancelled school for Tuesday, Jan. 7, due to forecasts of continued bitter cold weather.
Lake Bluff Elementary and Middle School teachers have compiled a great list of learning resources including apps, online games, books, and other activities to help keep kids academically engaged during the next few weeks.
It was bitter cold on Saturday evening but not so much to deter the Lake Bluff Middle School choir and a crowd of carolers from singing along with the lighting of the tree in Lake Bluff’s gazebo.
Eighth Grader Emmet Winter writes in the Reader Forum: What do you think should be done with the empty lot that was once home to East Elementary School in Lake Bluff?
The 26th Annual Pumpkin Fest & 5K Chase is this weekend — here’s a schedule of events from the Lake Bluff PTO: