Everything LWC is our new podcast where Mr. Chris Fetherling (Instructional Technology), Mr. Ward (Athletic Director), and Dr. Veronica Shaw (Associate Principal of Curriculum) discuss "Everything" going on at LWC. Topics on our 2nd episode include winter athletics, school activities, and our SAT practice sessions. The episode also has special guests Ethan Hoff (Senior Student) and Alyssra Chanpaibook (Senior Student) who discuss what it is like to be a part of Mathletes. Everything LWC is available on Spotify and Anchor using the links below. Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/54JF9WM86A2E7rVT7wJrYt Anchor https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/LwT2QqfmSxb
Everything LWC is our new podcast where Mr. Chris Fetherling (Instructional Technology), Mr. Dustin Waddell (Activities Coordinator), & Mr. Bob Ward (Athletic Director) discuss "Everything" going on at LWC. Topics on our 1st episode include winter athletics and school activities. The episode also has special guests Mrs. Katie O'Connell (Student Council Sponsor) and senior student Alexa Hadley (Student Council Student Leader) discussing our Student Council. Everything LWC is available on Spotify and Anchor using the links below. Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/54JF9WM86A2E7rVT7wJrYt Anchor https://anchor.fm/everythinglwc
Congrats to all the nominees for January Student of the Month! Nominees were Jihan Ali, Nori Blaisdell, Brian Cummins, David Dedic, Ashley Josephs, Kaya Kadlub, Tim Key, Anthony Kowalski, Samantha Lyerla, Alyssa Maves, Owen Perez, Mikael Poli, Noah Potts, Victoria Rios, Harmonee Ruetes, David Shaw, & Amelia Thompson
Congrats to the LWC January Student of the Month - Brian Cummins "Brian is a committed and driven individual; he is full of ingenuity and originality. Brian has the communication and social skills to talk to anyone in the classroom. Because of his warm, respectful demeanor, Brian relates to his classmates. Since he takes the time to work with all his peers, he is an essential member of a positive classroom environment. Furthermore, Brian astonishes me with his creativity. When we read Into the Wild, Brian exceeded my expectations for the culminating unit project. He wrote a screen play and performed the script in front of the class with another student. His choices and innovative perspective retold the story in such an intriguing way: he kept everyone’s attention. Brian also presents to the class with ease. His zeal for speaking in front of others engages his peers. He never fails at making us laugh and learn. The class participates more actively because of Brian’s enthusiasm. His creativity and confidence in speaking and communication makes him an asset and leader in class. Overall, Brian's kindness, creativity, and enthusiasm makes him an invaluable asset to Lincoln-Way Central." - Mrs. Korczak
Congratulations to LWC Scholastic Bowl, your 2023 SWSC red division Champions. Congratulations to Scholastic Bowl sophomore Luke Friedl and senior Lucas Mullin who earned all-conference awards this season.
Lincoln-Way Central has once again renewed its pledge to help reduce, reuse, and recycle! Environmental Action Club has completed the required tasks in order to obtain the Will County Earth Kids' Pledge Badge for the 2022-23 school year. In order to be a member, the school is required to attend a presentation run by a Will County educator, recycle at least 2 materials at school, create an outdoor learning space, and a few other environmentally friendly tasks. LWC's Environmental Action has been a member of this pledge program for over 7 years now.
On Thursday, January 12, Lincoln-Way Central counselors presented the Course Selection Process to our Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors. Here is a link to the PowerPoints, Course Selection Elective Forms and the Electives Video. https://lincolnwaychsd210il.sites.thrillshare.com/o/central/page/lwc-registration Counselors will be meeting individually with their students through PE/ROTC or Health from January 23 through January 31.
LWC Winter Knight Olympics is here! Teams of 8 will compete in a series of competitions to prove who is the best. Packets are avalible outside Mr. Waddell's office (D123). The competition is Wednesday, Feb 1st, from 6-9 pm in the Fieldhouse. Packets are due by 1/27/23.
As Americans, we have set aside November 11th, Veterans Day, to reflect, honor, and remember those who have served in the United States Armed Forces. At this moment, men and women of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard are serving around the world. Let’s honor and acknowledge members of our current Knight family who have served our country: Lt. Col. Tsoukatos – United States Air Force 1997 – 2017, Master Sgt. Schliffka – United States Air Force 1982 - 2003, Mr. Balluff – United States Army – 1999 – 2005, Mr. Knoblauch – United States Marine 2000 – 2004, Mick Noe- United States Army - 1983-1986
All interested freshman and sophomore students are invited to attend before and after school study strategy presentations, hosted by our Reading department. These sessions will occur before school at 7:30 am and after at 3 p.m. on November 29th and December 6th. Sign up not necessary.
On Wednesday, November 16th at 6:30 p.m., in the Charles R. Stark Center for Performing Arts Center, our Lincoln-Way Central academic leaders will present expectations and strategies for success on upcoming final exams. We encourage parents and freshman students to come to the presentation to learn how to best help them navigate their first final exams.
Interested in being a teacher? See the information above about Future Educators of America Club!
Beginning today, Lincoln-Way High School District 210 will be joining many schools nationwide in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients program. Since 2006, Lincoln-Way students have made significant donations to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at the end of October. The Pennies for Patients collection will look different this year as we have a link for each school that will be open now through November 23. All donations are appreciated and are tax-deductible. Your support empowers The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to achieve its goal to cure blood cancer and provide support to patients and their families. Lincoln-Way Central: https://pages.lls.org/ltn/chi/wsuburban22/lincolnwaycentral There will be announcements about the Pennies for Program during the second hour but money does not be collected in your classrooms. All classes are encouraged to participate, not just your second-hour class. The video link below provides insight into the impact of the Pennies for Patients' donations to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Feel free to share the video below with your second-hour classes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhZF3_8EIzM Thank you for continuing to make a difference!
Please join us tomorrow morning and every Wednesday for Mindful Mornings. We meet on Wednesdays before zero hour (6:50am – 7:10pm) in E212 and before first hour (7:45am-8:05am) in E208. The goal of each meeting is to support students and staff at LWC by practicing mindfulness, being present, and developing a set of tools that help manage everyday life. The Teams code is vngq0ls, and please follow us on Instagram at @lwc_mindful_mornings if you’d like to follow what we’re doing.
Typically, when you ask a student how they spent their summer, they talk about spending time with friends, working, summer school or vacations. Ask Brent Kowalczyk that question and the answer is very impressive! He joined the National Guard! He attended Basic Training for 10 weeks and will devote one weekend a month continuing his training. Brent is mature beyond his years and really cares about his future. He has wanted to serve his country since 7th grade. He speaks of a strong sense of duty, honor and comradery. He is well on his way to fulfilling his goals. He plans on attending an Illinois public college, which will be paid for by being in the Guard, and study psychology and possibly law. He also plans to be in ROTC at the college level which allows him to graduate and enter active duty as an officer. He indicated, “this was the best decision of my life, which changed me physically and mentally”. He also said that he gained life skills that he now applies to his education and personal life in terms of his drive and dedication. We are very proud of your accomplishments thus far, Brent!
The Class of 1962 is having their 60th class reunion this Saturday, October 1st at noon at the Hickory Creek Preserve on LaPorte Road in Mokena.
Congrats to the LWC ESports team for their victory over Delavan High School last night! The Knights are led by Captain Shantuan Herrera, Antonio Yaniz, Kyle Pearson, Makayla Brongiel, and Michael Kovalcik.
The 2022 SIAM card has a new look! The card is now a plastic credit card size - convenient for carrying in your wallet. The 2022 SIAM card features: *Over 20+ multi-use discounts at area businesses that can be used all year long. *8 tear-off coupons which are good for a one time use at The Alley, Chicago Dough, Rosati's, Bulldog's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Trails Edge, Tom Kelly's, and Manhattan Blend. *Access to all the nation-wide Entertainment Book discounts which features over 500,000 discounts to be used around the country. As a thanks for your $25 donation to help support the nationally recognized Lincoln-Way Marching Band, the 2022 SIAM card will be mailed directly to your home. SIAM cards can be purchased at https://lw210.revtrak.net/lw-music-boosters/siam/ or at area retailers such as: Fleckenstein's Bakery (Mokena and New Lenox locations) The Flower Cottage Kernel Sweetooth Fresh Air Experts
Please welcome Mr. James Mosterd, one of our new teachers at Lincoln-Way Central High School! #LWCPride #onceaknightalwaysaknight
Please welcome Miss Stephanie Solner, one of our new teachers at Lincoln-Way Central High School! #LWCPride #onceaknightalwaysaknight