Music teacher Ms. Hanna Samawi and Social Science teachers Mr. Chris Olson and Mr. Peter Bonebrake for visiting with Lincoln-Way East Reading and Freshman Seminar students to share their favorite autobiographies, memoirs, and biographies. The students, who are currently studying the genre, got to hear about a wide variety of fascinating people and their stories!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Reading
Reading
Reading
The Board of Education met last night at Lincoln-Way Central. Highlights from the meeting include: -Recognized this year's National Merit Scholars from all three schools - visit the website to see a list of this year's scholars -Approved student fees for the 2022-2023 school year -Reviewed proposed school handbook changes for the 2022-2023 school year, which will be discussed and reviewed again at the April meeting For more information about these items and other action taken during last night's meeting, visit BoardDocs.
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Board Bytes -March 17, 2022
Senior leaders from Warrior Way donated care packages to the nursing staff at Silver Cross Hospital!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Warrior Way
LWC Senior Christopher Olson narrated excerpts from Sergey Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf at the annual Lincoln-Way Central/West Symphony Orchestra concert last weekend.
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
LWSO
Olivia Velazquez, a 2017 graduate of Lincoln-Way East, spoke to students in the Design 2 class this week. Olivia, who now works full-time as an interior designer, wanted to come back to speak to current students about career opportunities in the architecture and design industry. Her presentation to students aligns with Lincoln-Way's goal of connecting students with college and career pathways. Thank you Olivia for taking the time to speak to our students about your journey!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Design 2
Design 2
Design 2
Lincoln Way East's 3rd annual Dance Marathon event took place over the weekend! Students enjoyed games, raffles, karaoke, and hearing from families who have been supported by Lurie Children's Hospital. Through this event, students raised over $14,000 for Lurie Children's Hospital!!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Dance Marathon
AP statistics students spent some time last week trying to determine if Double Stuf Oreos are really double stuffed!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
AP Stats
AP Stats
AP Stats
AP Stats
Tickets are on sale today for Lincoln-Way East's production of Sweeney Todd! Visit lwemusic.org/sweeney-todd-tickets for more information.
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
LWE Presents Sweeney Todd
The Lincoln-Way East Scholastic Bowl team are REGIONAL CHAMPIONS! Congratulations to all, and good luck at sectionals!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Scholastic Bowl
A&P medical students toured a clinic and learned about PT, OT and speech therapy at Helping Hands Children's Therapy in New Lenox. Thank you for providing this opportunity for our students!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
West
The Lincoln-Way East Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) Unarmed Drill Team took first place in five of the six events they competed in at the Southwest Suburban Conference (SWSC) drill championship at Lincoln-Way Central on February 19th. They won the Inspection, Color Guard, Exhibition, and Duet events in the Unarmed Division. They also took first place in the Armed Solo event. The next competition for the team will be the AFJROTC Drill Nationals in Dayton Ohio.
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
ROTC
The WGI Regional Winter Guard show was held at East this past weekend. Check out some photos of Lincoln-Way Color Guard's performance!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
CG
CG
CG
CG
Congratulations to the LWC ROTC Academic Team - they are 1 of only 16 teams in the nation to advance to the National Academic Bowl Championship Finals. The finals will be held this summer. To read more about the team, visit the website: https://www.lw210.org/o/central/article/670191
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
ROTC
Lincoln-Way families, The CDC has announced changes to their guidance related to masking on school buses: Effective February 25, 2022, CDC is exercising its enforcement discretion to not require that people wear masks on buses or vans operated by public or private school systems, including early care and education/childcare programs. CDC is making this change to align with updated guidance that no longer recommends universal indoor mask wearing in K-12 schools and early education settings in areas with a low or medium COVID-19 Community Level. The District will follow the CDC’s guidance, as our community is now a low transmission area. Moving forward, masks will be optional for staff and students on school buses. As always, thank you for your support, and we hope you have a great weekend. 
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
A message from the superintendent
LWE animal science students experienced a live demonstration earlier this week by Crosstown Exotics! After learning about these critters in class, they had a chance to see them in action.
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Exotics
Exotics
Exotics
Exotics
Last weekend, Jackson Moran represented Lincoln-Way Central and New Lenox VFW Post #9545 at the Voice of Democracy state competition in Springfield. Jackson's essay (responding to this year's theme "America: Where do we go from here?") was chosen at the district level which allowed him to advance to the state level. Congratulations, Jackson!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Jackson
Jackson
Several Lincoln-Way students received recognition in the first annual Orland Park Aspiring Artist Showcase. Around 150 pieces of artwork were submitted from 15 different area high schools, and of that number only 18 pieces received awards. Lincoln-Way Central student Faith Hogan was awarded 2nd place and $250 for her self-portrait drawing. Lincoln-Way Central student Haley Ramos received an Honorable Mention award along with an OPAA award, both of which earned her $50. Lincoln-Way East student Paityn Richardson received an OPAA award and $50 for her pencil drawing. Congratulations to all three of these students for their recognition!
about 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Art
Art
Art
Due to forecasted inclement weather, all LW210 schools will have an emergency e-learning day tomorrow (2/17). Students will follow the emergency e-learning plan outlined on the website. Stay safe!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Emergency E-Learning Day
Last week, Central students and staff visited Martino and Mokena Jr. High to invite our Class of 2026 to Open House this Wednesday. We are so excited to welcome all of our incoming freshmen to the Lincoln-Way family this week!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Class of 2026
Class of 2026
LWE delivered the items that was collected for PAWS in memory of Sarah Simental who passed away last January. If you would still like to donate to PAWS in honor of Sarah, follow the link: https://pawstinleypark.org/donate/
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
PAWS donation
PAWS donation