The Lake Forest School District will soon be meeting to create and implement the FY19 – FY21 Strategic Plan. Please click HERE to view the invitation letter from Superintendent, Dr. Brenda G. Wynder. The upcoming Strategic Planning dates are as follows:
- Tuesday, February 13, 2018
- Monday, March 5, 2018
- Monday, April 16, 2018
All meetings will take place at the High School starting at 5:15pm. Please view the memo for complete details. We hope you can join us.
As you are aware, the flu season is upon us. There have already been several documented cases of the flu in the State of Delaware. Just as a reminder if your student has flu like symptoms with a fever of 100 degrees or more please do not send your student to school. A student must be fever free for 24 hours without the help of fever reducing medicine in order to return to school.
For more information about the flu and symptoms you can visit the CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov/
Click HERE to view Parental Flu Guideline, Click HERE to view the Flu Fact Sheet in English or HERE to view the Flu Fact Sheet in Española.
Congratulations to W.T. Chipman Middle School for winning this year’s Spartan Invitational.
Thank you to everyone that came out and participated in the 9th Annual Spartan Invitational on Saturday, January 27th.
Lake Forest Does It Again!!!!!
Schools of Continued Excellence: Lake Forest East Elementary and Lake Forest North Elementary
Recognition Schools: Lake Forest South Elementary and Lake Forest Central Elementary
Lake Forest schools honored by Delaware Department of Education for excellence and closing achievement gaps. “Lake Forest School District took home more honors than any other public school district, including Lake Forest Central Elementary School as a first-time honoree….To earn such recognition, schools must exhibit “exceptional performance” in academics and/or demonstrate its ability to close achievement gaps for students in various demographics including minorities, students with disabilities and those from low-income families.” “…Our staff is committed to providing a learning environment that fosters student growth. We are fortunate to have staff that are willing to go above and beyond to help our students achieve. The Lake Forest School District is proud of our staff, students and parents for working together to achieve these titles,” Dr. Wynder said proudly. “We will continue to keep student success a priority. ‘It is great to be a Spartan.'” To view the article in it’s entirety and see all the photos please click HERE.