Mr. Johnson’s Civics students are working on a global government analysis. They are analyzing the twelve principals of democracy.
Thank you to Phillips Chevrolet of Frankfort for arranging a meet and greet with Michael Kopech of the Chicago White Sox and members of the baseball and softball teams from Central, East, and West.
It was great seeing the Knight Family at Back to School Night! We are grateful for the partnership between our community and staff!
Back to School Night was a success! Thank you, parents, for joining us. We appreciate your support.
The Warriors enjoyed meeting so many of their Lincoln-Way West families at Back to School Night!
First week of high school at LWE was filled with effort, attitude, spirit, and teamwork. Go East! Go Griffins!Go Blue! https://youtu.be/htnq0m2DlxQ
It's been a great first week back at LWC! Teachers are hard at work getting to know their students this week!
Orange filled the hallways of Lincoln-Way West for the first day of the new school year!
A reminder to check your schedules as room locations may change and get those laptops out for school tomorrow! See you soon, Griffins!
LW210 kicks off their Institute Day with presentation of colors by the AFJROTC and a stellar performance by the LW Marching Band.
Please welcome Pam Shaughnessy, one of our new teachers at Lincoln-Way Central High School! #LWCPride #onceaknightalwaysaknight
The Board of Education met at Lincoln-Way Central on August 11. Highlights from the meeting include: - Heard an update on student assessment data and the assessment schedule for the 2022-2023 school year - Scheduled a public hearing for the tentative budget on September 15th, 2022 - Renewed an agreement with Sikich LLP to serve as Independent Inspector General to safeguard against waste, fraud, and financial mismanagement 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
It’s been a busy week at LWW as the Warriors get ready for the new school year!
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from all three Lincoln-Way schools took part in Space Camp's "Aviation Challenge Mach III" program at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. This week-long camp simulates military style pilot training, including courses in aerodynamics, navigation, airport and flight operations, land and water survival, and flight physiology. The cadets "flew" multiple simulated combat missions to determine who would be the "Top Gun." In fact, our cadets' team earned the Flag Award for best overall team achievement, and cadet Miles Cahalan (LWC) earned the Right Stuff individual award for most significant contributions to his team.
We are thrilled to be welcoming our new faculty into the Lincoln-Way family this morning during orientation!
The West Welcome Crew hosted over 450 students today at Freshman Orientation!
Join us for a free virtual parent university at 6PM on Thursday, August 11th: Dr. Maha Zayed and Dina Scolan of the OCD & Anxiety Center will present School Anxiety/School Refusal: Strategies to Help Your Teen. No need to register for the event – just follow this link to join the WebEx presentation: https://lw210.webex.com/lw210/j.php?MTID=m2d0d405a81f7ecd9cdafb8b87c309503 Dr. Maha Zayed is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Founder of the OCD & Anxiety Center where Dina Scolan serves as the Clinical Director. Dr. Zayed opened The OCD & Anxiety Center in 2016 to provide specialty, evidence-based treatment to kids, teens, and adults struggling with anxiety, OCD, and anxiety-related disorders. Specifically, they have years of experience providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure Based Therapy in the office and in the community. In addition, they strongly believe in including parents, supportive others, school professionals, and treatment providers in the treatment process.
Lincoln-Way deans and administrators participated in a safety and first aid training session yesterday. We would like to thank the Will County Sheriff's Department for their ongoing commitment to our schools.
It was a good day for the West Welcome Crew! Senior leaders spent the day participating in activities, practicing building tours and reviewing information in preparation for Lincoln-Way West’s Freshman Orientation.
Over the summer, six SkillsUSA members from Lincoln-Way East competed in the national competition in Atlanta, Georgia, earning high honors and gaining experience that will serve them well as they enter the workforce. In the community service category, the team of Avery Gast, Alivia Ozinga, and Addison Gast beat out 42 other states and placed 8th in the Nation with their “BBQ for the Brave” community service project. The Welding Fabrication team of Brian Rooney, Tori Hay, and Monty Novak beat out 29 other states, placing 19th in the Nation. To read more about the competition, visit the website: https://www.lw210.org/o/east/article/796332