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L-W West & Central FBLA students visit Gatto's for training
Posted on: Oct 17 2014

Dressed to impress in their suit coats and ties, students in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) programs at Lincoln-Way West and Lincoln-Way Central high schools gathered at a local restaurant recently to review dining and business etiquette with their teachers Brian Glynn and Chris Fetherling.[Read More]

L-W District 210 announces 8th grade placement test dates
Posted on: Oct 15 2014
The placement exam for Lincoln-Way High School District 210 will be administered to the 8th grade students at their local feeder schools during the weeks of October 27- November 7. Feeder schools include the following: Martino Jr. High, New Lenox; Liberty Jr. High, New Lenox; Manhattan Jr. High, Manhattan; St. Jude, New Lenox; St. Joseph, Manhattan; St. Mary, Mokena; Summit Hill Jr. High., Frankfort; Mokena Jr. High. Mokena; and Hickory Creek Middle School, Frankfort.[Read More]

L-W Central presents Fall Play
Posted on: Oct 15 2014
The Lincoln-Way Central drama group will be presenting their fall play, [Read More]

L-W Central hosts Halloween Knight event for children
Posted on: Oct 14 2014
Lincoln-Way Central High School is hosting their 6th annual indoor community Trick or Treating & Halloween Fun Fair for pre-kindergarten through elementary school aged children and their parents. [Read More]

L-W science chair Sarah Highfill earns doctorate
Posted on: Oct 9 2014
Sarah Highfill, Lincoln-Way Central science teacher and department chair, has completed her doctoral degree from Illinois State University recently.[Read More]

L-W Central NHS hosts pizza fund-raiser
Posted on: Oct 8 2014
Lincoln-Way Central National Honor Society (NHS) is hosting a fund-raiser this coming Monday, October 13 to help them raise money for NHS scholarships and service projects.[Read More]

L-W Central student helps ocean by restoring coral reef systems
Posted on: Oct 6 2014
James Watson, Lincoln-Way Central junior, will join a small group of high school students and adults in Crew 3000 to help restore the reef system in the western Caribbean over the Columbus Day weekend. [Read More]

L-W District 210 Children's Series hosts Monster Who Ate My Peas
Posted on: Oct 6 2014
ArtsPower National Touring Theatre's newest original musical theater production, The Monster Who Ate My Peas, brings a fresh meaning to the well-known phrase, "It's not easy being green," at least, if you're a kid with a plateful of unwanted green peas. [Read More]

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