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Seniors, Cap & Gown distribution will be in the main foyer on Tuesday, May 24th, during lunch hours. Financial obligations should be taken care of in room 117 prior to cap & gown pick up.
On May 20th, LHS Science Teacher Sherri Rukes received the 2016 Golden Apple Award. This broadcast will air Thursday, June 2nd at 8:00 pm on WTTW HD. See the complete broadcast schedule.
Congratulations Class of 2016!
LHS Graduation Ceremony
Sears Centre Arena
Friday, June 3, 2016 ~ 7:00 P.M.
2016-2017 parking sticker registration is now closed. On Friday, April 15th, 2016 all incoming seniors received an email to their student email account ~ Senior Parking Sticker Information.
During the week of May 2nd, a random lottery was used to determine eligibility for the parking sticker. An email was sent to the your SCHOOL EMAIL ACCOUNT that week letting you know the status of your submission.
Please contact me at 847-327-7006 or email@example.com with any questions.
Assistant Principal’s Secretary
The LHS Bass Fishing Team finished the 2016 tournament season with its strongest finish yet! In spite of the poor weather, the team of Patrick Stoll and Griffin Ferrell finished in 2nd place and won "Big Bass" honors in last Friday's Prospect High School Invitational Bass Tournament. The team is coached by Bill Reichert and Bob Uliks.
Congratulations to LHS Senior Kierstin Thompson on being named the Certified Nurse Assisting (CNA) Tech Student of the Year by the Lake County High Schools Technology Campus. Kierstin was also named Tech Campus Overall Student of the Year and received a $750 scholarship.
Congratulations to the four D128 seniors named to the 2015-16 Daily Herald Lake County Academic Team: Isaiah Liu (VHHS), Hannah Manetsch (LHS), Elliot Stahnke (LHS) and Lucy Wu (VHHS). Read more about these outstanding students and the entire Lake County team at The Daily Herald.
With nine strong performances, Zeng, then 15 years old, danced her way to an eighth-place finish in the all-around competition — the highest in history for an American in the all-around — at the 2015 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany in September, earning a spot for the U.S. team in the Rio Olympics. Read more.
Congratulations to the
LHS Athletes of the Week
Maddie and Allison are the leading scorers for the Girls Lacrosse team. Both scored four goals in the team's 14-10 win over VHHS this past week. The team plays today against Conant at Brainerd. The first playoff game is on Monday at 4:30 p.m. vs. Conant.
Tim Calamari, Baseball
Tim pitched a 6 inning 2 hit complete game shutout in a 12-0 victory over Nazareth Academy this past Monday. He also homered yesterday to help lead the Wildcats to a sweep over Zion Benton. The Baseball team plays on Monday at Lake Forest.
Walker Hare, Boys Lacrosse
Walker had 14 saves in a 12-6 win over #5 Grayslake North. Walker helped run the defense in holding a top team in state to their lowest goal output of the season. The Boys Lacrosse team will end the regular season with a home game vs. New Trier on Tuesday, May 17.
Jessica Lanty, Girls Water Polo
Jessica scored four goals in last night's sectional win over Lake Forest. One of her goals included the game winner in the 2nd OT to defeat the Scouts by a score of 8-7. Sectionals continue again tonight at Buffalo Grove at 8:00 p.m.
Jessica Lauret, Softball
This past week, Jessie has been on fire leading off with a .647 BA and 7 stolen bases, helping to leading the Wildcats to a 5-1 record. She also threw out 3 runners from center field at the plate and held runners to singles from sure doubles in the gaps. The Softball team will be in action again at Lake Zurich on Monday.
Front row: Emily Langtiw, Elizabeth Conley, Amy Flanagan, Lucy Zeng, Charlie Burrows
(Not pictured: Kelsey Ziemnisky)
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LHS and VHHS have have received silver medal status in the U.S. News & World Report's 2016 Best High School Rankings that were released today. LHS ranks 18th in Illinois and 554th in the nation, while VHHS ranks 21st in Illinois and 588th in the nation. Both LHS and VHHS were awarded silver medal status based on their performance on state assessments, graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college.
The U.S. News rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. More than 6,000 schools were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals in this year’s national rankings.
Read more about this year's rankings at U.S. News.
LHS and the Lake County Health Department working together to track flu-like illnesses
District 128 is working with the Lake County Health Department this flu season, to help track flu-like symptoms. This will be important information as the county and state monitor the occurrence of flu and similar illnesses. Parents can help us by reporting these symptoms as they notify the school of a student’s illness/absence. No names or identifying/personal information will be shared.
If your student has a fever over 100, and has a cough and/or sore throat, please report this with your attendance call in the morning. Please remember, students should stay home until they are fever-free for at least 24 hours, without the use of fever-reducing medications (Tylenol, Motrin, Advil, etc.).
If you have any questions, please contact our nurses, Cameron Traut and Alisa Wasserman, in the Health Office at 847-327-7016.
The Community High School District 128 Board of Education has voted to abate, or not collect, $4 million (4.97%) in property taxes this year. Following months of financial analysis and discussion, the Board voted to approve the 2015 abatement at its Nov. 16 meeting.
Over the five-year period from 2011-2015, the D128 Board has abated, or not collected, $18.6 million less in property taxes than allowed under Illinois Property Tax Extension Limitation Legislation (PTELL), which includes Bond and Interest abatements of $15.8 million and a $2.8 million reduction in the Operating Fund Levy in 2014. Like all public school districts, D128 receives the largest amount of its operating revenue through property taxes. D128 Superintendent Prentiss Lea stated, "We are not aware of any other Illinois property taxing body that has abated, or not collected, as much property tax over a similar period as the D128 Board has abated."
The D128 Board, administration and staff are thankful for the tremendous local support of the district and its two world-class high schools and also realize the burden of property tax on constituents. D128 Board President Pat Groody noted, "Balancing the needs of all of our constituents is at the heart of everything we do. The generous support provided by our taxpayers has been key to the success of building the strong programs we offer in D128. Using reserves in place of incremental tax revenue to pay down our debt provides some measure of tax relief and is the prudent thing to do in this economic environment."
An exciting new addition to LHS this school year is the LHS Athletic History touchscreen. With a touch of the screen, users can view the accomplishments of LHS athletic teams, All-State athletes, and Newsom Award winners. The touchscreen is located in the LHS front foyer. The information is also accessible online.
Thanks to LHS Athletic Director Briant Kelly and Coach Dale Eggert for their work in making this project possible!