Lincoln-Way High School District 210 news
Lockport Township High School District 205 officially approved a lease with Lincoln-Way District 210 for the rental of Lincoln-Way North. The agreement is one of the few things the building can be legally used for because of District 210's continuing debt on the facility.
On Wednesday, about 900 Lockport District 205 freshmen and Lockport Academy students began school in their new temporary home of Lincoln-Way North, in Frankfort. The students have been relocated due to Lockport Central building closed for repairs.
Lockport Township High School District 205 released the bell schedule and final transportation details for Central Campus students who will begin in-person classes at the old Lincoln-Way North campus on Wednesday.
Less than two weeks after a ceiling collapse at Central Campus forced LTHS District 210 freshmen to take their studies online, they will once again resume in-person classes on Wednesday in the shuttered Lincoln-Way North High School.
The Lincoln-Way School District 210 board on Thursday approved an agreement with Lockport Township High School District 205 to allow their freshmen students to use Lincoln-Way North while Lockport’s Central Campus remains closed for repairs.
Lockport Township High School District 205 is going to have freshmen attend school at the former Lincoln-Way North High School campus in Frankfort while the district continues renovations and inspections at its Central campus following a ceiling collapse.
A 2017 fraud case against Lincoln-Way District 210's former leader has been continually delayed for years because of his unspecified medical conditions. The district suffered a financial crisis that led to a school closure after his retirement.
This year’s student speakers were Alexa Hadley (Lincoln-Way Central), Jenan Halawa (Lincoln-Way East) and Jack Towner (Lincoln-Way West).
Chrissy Hack schedules guest speakers and presentations for all students, brings in therapy dogs to help students during finals week and creates opportunities for students to make good decisions and lower their stress.
A federal fraud case against an 85-year-old former superintendent of Lincoln Way High School District 210 has dragged on for roughly five-and-half years. The former leader continues to collect hundreds of thousands in pension income each year, which he could lose if convicted.
We've got updated unofficial election results for Joliet and Will County for you here
Question: Would you propose any changes to the curriculum? If so, what? Answer: I plan to make sure that no single individual makes curricular decisions without a process for gathering input and vetting appropriate resources district-wide. Read Dana Bergthold's questionnaire here
Question: Why are you running for office? Answer: I want to help ensure this community prospers and be an integral part of its legacy. Read Catherine Johnson's full election questionnaire here.
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Lincoln-Way School District #210 board adopts $121 million budget