Mr. Balluff invited representatives from Joliet Junior College to speak to LWC students about the Operations Engineering and Technician programs that are available. Thank you to Mr. Paul Cave and Mr. Michael Defronzo who spoke to a variety of sections including Physics, Physics Fundamentals, Earth Science, Physical Science, Educational Options, and Co-op. Educational opportunities for STEM jobs is practically at your back door!
Students looking to try something new: Come join the Lincoln-Way Color Guard! Camps start on May 2nd @LWW from 4:40-8:30pm(in the band room). All students who will attend LW East/West/Central during the 2022 school year are welcome. Email Tammy @ Tkalivoda@lw210.org for any questions.
April 28, 29, & 30: Check out CHICAGO at Lincoln-Way Central! To purchase tickets, visit lwcmusic.org.
Anatomy and Physiology students at East participated in Live… from the Heart last week! This is a live broadcast of quadruple bypass heart surgery from the Museum of Science and Industry and Advocate Christ Medical Center.
The Board of Education met on Thursday at LWC. Check out the meeting highlights, and visit BoardDocs for more information.
Join the LWC FBLA for a blood drive hosted by the Lions Community Center next Tuesday, April 26th! Register here: https://donate.illinois.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/5594196
THIS WEEKEND ONLY: Catch Sweeney Todd at Lincoln-Way East! Purchase your tickets on lwemusic.org. Follow @lwesweeneytodd on Instagram for more!
West students from Be The Change volunteered at Navarro Farm in Frankfort this past Saturday!
Some freshman Warriors are at school today preparing for the upcoming World History & Geography Honors AP exam in May!
The Medical Anatomy and Physiology students at LWE became CPR certified before and after spring break. This is an important skill for our future medical professionals to possess - thanks to Ms. Southern our students are more prepared! Visit the website for more information: https://lincolnwaychsd210il.sites.thrillshare.com/o/east/article/706112
Over the weekend, eight LWE Future Business Leaders of America students competed at the 73rd State Leadership Conference. Six of those students qualified for the National Leadership Conference that will be held in Chicago June 29-July 2! Below are the students who will represent East this summer. Broadcast Journalism - Gia Bucci & Olivia Lullo Introduction to Social Media Strategy - Sohum Desai & Avery Jones Sports and Entertainment Management - Tijana Farkic & Ella Kim
Last weekend, LWC senior Caden Simone placed 1st in the 3200 meter run in 9:17.73. Caden took the lead in the 6th lap of the 16 laps and never let it go. He finished only two seconds off his personal best time. Caden become the 3rd Knight to win the 3200 meter race at the Illinois Prep Top Times Championships since the meet began in 1990. Senior Jake Mackowiak placed 2nd in 6.83 meters which is 22' 5". Jake secured his 2nd place finish on his 5th jump; an indoor personal best performance. Jake became only the 2nd Knight to earn a medal in the Long Jump at the Illinois Prep Top Times Championships since the meet began in 1990.
Midwest Animal Hospital Veterinarian Dr. Sawa, Office Manager Danielle Higgenbotham and Dana the Great Dane came to explain Careers in Veterinary Science to the Pre-Vet Class at East last week.
Enjoy your spring break! Classes resume Monday, April 4th.
LWC students in the Wind Ensemble had the amazing privilege of meeting and interviewing nationally recognized composer Dr. Kimberly Archer, who is the Professor of Composition at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. We performed one of her latest works, "Fanfare Politeia" on our last concert, and we are going to perform it again at a festival in April. Dr. Archer discussed her career, compositional techniques, sources of inspiration, and what it was like having her composition receive its premiere performance at President Biden's Presidential Inauguration. What a great experience for the students!
Congratulations to this year's Lincoln-Way East Math and Science Honor Society inductees! Visit the website for a list of students: https://www.lw210.org/o/east/article/694495
West science assisted Mrs. Horn with an NHS community project last Friday morning at The Bridge Teen Center of Orland Park. The group loaded up over 20 garbage bags filled with donated clothing items to benefit the non-profit whose mission statement aims to aid high school students from all over the Chicagoland area. They received a guided tour of the amazing facility that offers skill-based workshops, a thrift shop, and garden center for teen students in need. What a great way to spend some time with our community!
There was a steady crowd of people all day long stopping by to see around 1,000 pieces of student artwork on display at ArtWorks over the weekend. Artwork came from 32 area schools and ranged from Kindergarten to 12th grade. Students were excited and proud to show off their hard work and talents to family and friends.
The LWC Drill Team competed in the 2022 AFJROTC Open Drill Nationals in Dayton, OH, this past weekend. Both Armed and Unarmed Teams did well, with a special congratulations to Senior Samantha Lazarski and her IDR team for a 4th place finish! We also stopped by the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB.
On Sunday, March 20, four LWC Band students performed as part of the annual Elmhurst University Honor Bands Festival. The four students were: Jay Campbell - Flute Kalan Kostal - Clarinet Dave Shaw - Trumpet Daniel Smuskiewicz - Baritone These students were nominated and selected to perform in the festival last December. The participated in a full day of rehearsals which culminated in a wonderful performance in the beautiful Hammerschmidt Memorial Chapel on the campus of Elmhurst University.