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Wednesday, November 26th will be an Early Dismissal day. Please refer to the schedule.
Libertyville High School Orchesta Department presents the LHS Orchestra Festival on Thursday, December 4th beginning at 7:30 pm in the LHS Auditorium. The festival features Highland Middle School and guest conductor Pat Pearson from Oak Park River Forest High School. You can watch this event streaming live here courtesy of Wildcat Productions and High School Cube beginning at 7:30 pm.
It's that time of year again!
HO HO HO
Hot Cocoa will be served on December 5th, 12th, and 19th from 6:45 to 7:30 am in the cafeteria!
On Friday, November 14th, the Chicago Tribune published the "Chicago Tribune Top 100 Workplaces," which is an annual exclusive list of the best places to work in the Chicago area. Community High School District 128 has been named a Top 100 Workplace! Although this recognition program considers all types of Chicago area workplaces, it is somewhat unusual for a school district to receive this recognition.
The evaluation for the Top 100 Workplaces program is based upon feedback from the anonymous employee survey that many of you completed a few months ago. D128 had an outstanding response rate on the survey, and we appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey.
We are honored to have been selected for this prestigious award, and more importantly, we are very proud of all of the staff for making D128, LHS and VHHS such special places to work. Thank you!
We are excited to announce the winner in the D128 Mission Statement Design Contest. The contest was open to all LHS and VHHS students, and we received entries from many talented students. Congratulations to our winning designer, LHS Senior Colin Morabito. Colin's design, pictured below, will be showcased districtwide and in our printed materials.
Apply to be a STUDENT TECH! The new student technology team is looking for students!!!
Are you interested in helping other students with their technology needs? Do you want to be the first to learn about everything tech at LHS? Apply to become a part of the Student Technology Team by scanning one of the QR codes throughout the building or by clicking here.
What will you be doing?
You will be working as a volunteer for part of your free period.
You will be at a help desk fielding tech questions from students and teachers.
You will provide one-on-one help on such topics as Google Drive, Gmail and Google Docs.
You will be exposed to cutting edge technology being implemented at LHS.
If you have any questions, contact any of the following adults:
John Taylor email@example.com
Matt Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org
Allison Wilkin email@example.com
Maggie (Faulkner) Nicholson firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristin Tarrant email@example.com
Kate Isabelli firstname.lastname@example.org
11/15 ~ Libertyville places 2nd in State! Congratulations!
11/14 ~ Libertyville girls volleyball team rallies past Loyola, advances to final. Libertyville emerges with a stunning 21-25, 25-22, 25-11 victory. Chicago Tribune - Girls volleyball: Libertyville claws back against Loyola for 4A title berth
Congratulations to LHS Model UN for their success at the Brown University Model United Nations Conference. Students earned the following awards.
○ Maxwell Flanagan: Commendation representing the United States in SPECPOL (Special Politicaland Decolonization Committee).
○ Alejandro Garcia-Escobar: BEST DELEGATE representing the United States in the Commissionon the Status of Women.
○ Claire Mills: Honorable Mention representing Cambodia in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
○ Shannon Roche: Verbal Commendation representing the United States in the World Bank Group.
Below you will find the most up-to-date information related to asbestos abatement and demolition of the Brainerd Building and Jackson Gym. D128 will post updates as relevant information is available. If there are no additional postings on a specific date, then there are no additional updates to share.
Asbestos containment work will begin on Thursday, Oct. 16 and is scheduled to be completed by Friday, Oct. 24. Demolition work is scheduled to begin on Monday, Nov. 3.
Thursday, Oct. 16
Friday, Oct. 17
Wednesday, Oct. 22
The asbestos abatement at the Brainerd Building will be completed on Oct. 29 rather than the originally scheduled date of Oct. 24.
Friday, Oct. 31
Friday, Nov. 7
Friday, Nov. 14
Thursday, Nov. 20
Congratulations to the November students of the month.
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Nationally: 108th of 8,738 U.S. Public School Districts with High Schools (or, Top .01 of all ranked U.S. Public School Districts with High Schools)
Illinois: 4th of 385 Illinois Public School Districts with High Schools (or, Top .01 of all ranked Illinois Public School Districts with High Schools)
Nationally: 29th of 14,431 U.S. Public High Schools (or, Top .002% of all ranked U.S. Public High Schools)
Illinois: 9th of 309 Illinois Public High Schools (or, Top .03% of all top ranked Illinois Public High Schools)
Nationally: 42nd of 14,431 U.S. Public High Schools (or, Top .002% of all ranked U.S. Public High Schools)
Illinois: 10th of 309 Illinois Public High Schools (or, Top .03% of all top ranked Illinois Public High Schools)
Illinois School Report Cards were released today, highlighting academic achievements of Libertyville High School and Vernon Hills High School students in comparison with the performance of students and schools across the state. The Chicago Tribune released its annual Top Chicagoland School report today, rating LHS and VHHS among the top high schools in each category.
High School: Best Overall 2014 ACT Results
[Ranked by ACT Composite Score for the 2014 Graduating Class]
On October 13, Columbus Day (a non-student attendance day), the process involving the demolition of the Brainerd building will enter its next phase.
As the abatement phase comes to fruition, the next phase involves the erection of the protective demolition fence that will be placed around the building. This fence will be erected prior to the physical demolition of the building.
Due to the size and location of this protective fencing, parking at Brainerd will be limited to approximately 40 spaces, near the athletic field only.
Because of this decrease in this parking area, students who park there should begin the process of considering alternates to parking at Brainerd. Some alternatives might include but may not be limited to the following:
- Parking at Dymond (a first come first free parking area) which has 38 student spaces.
- Car pooling with seniors who have an LHS parking sticker to park on campus, with parent/guardian permission.
- Riding one of the D128 paid for school buses (applies to any LHS student living 1.5 miles from the LHS campus).
- Being dropped off/picked up at LHS by other parent/guardian approved drivers.
Parent Education Workshop
IF ONLY I HAD KNOWN...Update on Teen Substance Use in Our Community featuring Gail Weil, Executive Director of Community Youth Network (CYN)
Presented on October 6, 2014
Click here to view the PowerPoint presentations on the SAP homepage
Click here to view the presentation video
Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 60th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring.
The LHS National Merit Semifinalists were honored at a breakfast at school on Sept. 16th. Pictured at the breakfast are LHS Principal Marina Scott, Semifinalists Hannah Gaertner, Alec Zhang, Lauren Williams, Ankur Rastogi, Curtis Sparks, and LHS College Counselor Amy Belstra. Lauren Williams was also recognized for being named a National Achievement Scholar. The National Achievement Scholarship Program is an academic competition that recognizes outstanding African American high school students.
The Fine Arts Support Team of LHS (FAST) invites you to dedicate an LHS auditorium seat remembering, honoring & celebrating:
-Involvement in the Art, Band, Choral, Dance, Orchestra & Theater Programs,
- An LHS alum or faculty member,
- A graduating senior, or
- Anyone who’s been positively impacted by LHS
Auditorium seats can be dedicated with a tax-deductible gift of $100 or more. Your donation will advance our mission to further the interests of LHS students involved in the Fine Arts Programs.
With your donation FAST will:
• Inscribe a message of your choosing on 1” x 3” brass plaque
• Install the plaque on a seat armrest in the LHS auditorium
• Notify you when & where the placard is installed
To order, fill in the information in this form.