The Board of Education met last night at Lincoln-Way East for its monthly meeting, which included an update on the district's strategic plan. This meeting discussed the progress made by all goal areas in the strategic plan (finance, curriculum, buildings & grounds, human resources, public relations, and technology) which is currently in its final year. The presentation can be viewed on BoardDocs. In addition to the strategic plan, the Board of Education approved the 2021 property tax levy. The operating levy is 3.54% more than the previous year. The total overall levy – which includes bond and interest payments – will be higher because of outstanding capital bonds, however the Board is investigating options to limit the increase to taxpayers. For more information about these items and other action taken during last night's meeting, visit BoardDocs: https://go.boarddocs.com/il/lw210/Board.nsf/Public
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Board Bytes
Lincoln-Way East students and staff adopted families in need this year to help spread joy this holiday season!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Adopt a family
Adopt a family
Adopt a family
Adopt a family
The East bridge building contest took place last week and had with 151 entries. The winning bridge weighed approximately equal to 4 nickels and held a weight of about 102 lbs with an efficiency of 2,263. Congratulations to all on a great contest!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Bridge
Bridge
Bridge
Bridge
Mr. Bryk's Spanish 2 class at Central uses Blooket as a fun way to review for finals. They are also working together with a partner to practice for their speaking final.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Spanish Class
Spanish Class
Spanish Class
The Lincoln-Way West Madrigal Singers were invited to sing at Illinois Wesleyan University earlier this month. The madrigal singers performed four selections from their recent concert and were selected to perform alongside the University and Collegiate Choirs of IWU!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Madrigals
Madrigals
Amita St. Joseph Medical Center hospital staff hosted the LWW Anatomy & Medical students this semester! Mrs. Neuberg’s students had a great semester and enjoyed the opportunity of initial clinical experiences at the hospital.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Anatomy Class
Mrs. Valkema, Mrs. Horn, Dr. Luzzo and Mr. Render led a study session on organizational skills this morning. There will be another presentation with the same information today after school in order to help students become better prepared when studying for final exams.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Finals Review
Members of the LWC chapter of the Illinois Music Honor Society attended a performance of Joffrey Ballet’s Nutcracker at the Civic Opera House in downtown Chicago on December 5th. It was a magical time!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Nutcracker
The East Chess team went to the Bolingbrook Raider Invitational on Saturday where 32 schools were competing. East ending up on Table 1 in the last round, fighting for the championship trophy. Gabe was the top medalist in the tournament with an undefeated run.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Chess
Chess
The LWW and LWC JROTC went to Navy Pier in Chicago over the weekend to help unload 1,200 Christmas trees from the United States Coast Guard Mackinaw ship. The trees will be donated to those in need in the community to help spread holiday cheer!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
ROTC
The LWC Music Department held its annual “Literal Ton of Food” Drive and Mitten Tree at Vespers 2021 December 3rd. All donations benefit the food pantries of our area. GO KNIGHTS!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Ton of Food
Students in Mrs. Malito's biology classes hypothesized the effects of different solutions on osmosis in carrots. Students will make observations of the carrots based off the string tied around each carrot.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Science
Science
Will you be watching these Griffins in the Big Ten Championship this Saturday?
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Ritter
Henning
Pallissard
Last week, a few brave students in the LWC science club went into the pond to begin the process of tagging the fish that were added in the fall. The club will conduct periodic checks to see how these fish will develop with the next check-in being in the spring!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Fish
Fish
Fish
Fish
It’s a beautiful day for an egg drop! Mr. Willis’ students are applying the laws of conservation of energy and momentum during their Physics Lab.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Egg Drop
Lincoln-Way West donated over 330 toys to the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation. Great job Warriors!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest
Join the West Madrigals for an evening of music and merriment! Performances are December 1-4 with shows starting at 5:30 pm each night. Tickets are $20. Call 815-717-3507 to order a ticket for the concert.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Madrigals
Ms. Keating's LWE Spanish 2 classes showing for what they are grateful!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Thankful
Animal Volunteer Club had a blast making tug toys for cats and dogs at NAWS during their November meeting.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Animal Volunteer
Animal Volunteer
Students in AP Language classes participated in the 55th annual Brad Bounds Turkey Contest. Mr. Bounds was a teacher in district #210, and we have kept this fun tradition alive. Happy Thanksgiving!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Turkey
Turkey
Turkey
Turkey