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
We are so proud of the Lincoln-Way Marching Band - they did such a fantastic job in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! Did you catch the show?
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
band
band
band
This week the Lincoln-Way West Student Council completed their annual Thanksgiving Basket and food drive. Each year the LWW Student Council collects food for 10 complete Thanksgiving meals for local families in need. Each family receives a box of the nonperishable food along with a $30 gift card to buy their perishable items. All 286 students donated at least 5 items for either the Thanksgiving baskets or the food drive.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
The Lincoln-Way Marching Band has made it to Times Square! Be sure to watch for them at the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade this week!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
LWMB
Today is 'Suit Up Like the Staff' day at East, and Griffins were to dress up like their favorite staff member to show their appreciation. These students in Miss VandenBerg's class nailed it!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Suit Up
Suit Up
Burning Cheetos! Students in Mrs. Laack’s Chemistry classes have been working on the calorimetry lab where they are calculating how many calories are in a Cheeto, Frito, or Tostito.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Chemistry
The Lincoln-Way East String Quartet performed this past weekend for the Spotlight Arts Collective Gala which was hosted at East.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Strings
Strings
Strings
Griffins! November is about being kind and thankful. The Senior Class Board is sponsoring their monthly theme dress-up day this Monday, November 22. We want you to THANK a LWE staff member by dressing like them. Grab a thank you card in the Main Office this week and say thanks!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way East High School
Suit Up Like the Staff
grat·i·tude - the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. We are thankful for our staff members who continue to make a difference in the lives of our students! Students had the opportunity to write thank you cards to LWW staff members yesterday. #WarriorsAreKind
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way West High School
Kind
In honor of Veterans Day last week, our transportation department treated bus drivers who have served our country to breakfast after their morning routes. Thank you for your service!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Veterans Day
Foods classes are ready for the changing seasons! They have been working on delicious chicken noodle soup this week.
over 2 years ago, LW210
soup class
Saturday was World Kindness Day - how did you celebrate? Central students and staff became the "i" in KIND!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Kind
Kind
Kind
Kind
Foods classes are ready for the changing seasons! They have been working on delicious chicken noodle soup this week.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Foods
Foods
Chicken Soup
Foods
On Wednesday, November 10th, Lincoln-Way Central Mathletes captured first place in their third conference meet of the year by earning 591 points to Lincoln-Way East’s 582 points. The Knights captured 7 first place spots and 1 second place spot out of 15 areas of competition. Sophomore Nolan Redican and Freshman Ethan Toosley made their debut in oral competition earning 39 points in the topic of Equations of Lines. Juniors Connor McMahon and Alexa Hadley scored 42 points for the Knights in their oral on Exponential and Logarithmic Equations. Seniors Brendan Born and Philip Donaghey placed first in their oral on Combinatorics by earning 46 out of 50 possible points. Additional teams placing first were: Seniors Conic Sections team of Alex Culver, Andrew Flais, Ryan Flais, Andy Habib, Gebran Hammoud, and Kadmos Hammoud; Juniors Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions team of Alyssra Chanpaibool, Alexa Hadley, Ethan Hoff, Charles Knight, Cooper Koch, Michael McNulty, and Max Davis; Sophomores System of Equations team of Brett Bethke, Nancy Flais, Jacey Hadley, Carson Katzmann, Nolan Redican, Quoc Anh Tran, Justin Bafia, and Sam Starklauf; Sophomores Factoring team of Justin Bafia, Brett Bethke, Nancy Flais, Jacey Hadley, Sam Starklauf, Quoc Anh Tran, Carson Katzmann, and David Latkowski; and Junior/Senior group Andy Habib, Gebran Hammoud, Liam Doorhy, and Alexa Hadley. Senior President Andrew Flais announced, “Awesome work oralists!”, and encouraged the team to practice to achieve more perfect scores at the remaining two conference meets.
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Central High School
Mathletes
Mathletes
Mathletes
Lincoln-Way Central auto students partnered with the New Lenox Safe Community Coalition to provide free winter vehicle inspections for seniors in the community this week. Guided by Lincoln-Way staff, these students examined each car, checking fluids, batteries, lights, belts and hoses, underside suspension, and inspected tires for tread wear, cracks and dry rot. Upon completion, a Lincoln-Way staff member met with each vehicle owner to go over the details of their inspection, including recommendations for additional maintenance. A big thank you to everyone who participated and made this event a huge success!
over 2 years ago, Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210
Vehicle Inspection
Vehicle Inspection
Vehicle Inspection
Vehicle Inspection