Lockport Township High School news
The Lockport Township High School Board heard the first public presentation Monday of plans to renovate the 114-year-old Central Campus in hopes of avoiding the need for a new building.
Tockport Township High School District 205 Foundation sponsors the rain-or-shine event in partnership with the city of Lockport.
Although they may not vote, student board of education members will sit with the board during its formal monthly meetings, and at special meetings and workshops.
Lockport Township High School student Emily Do earned national recognition and a silver medal in architecture at the 2023 SkillsUSA Championships in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 22.
One group of graduating students earned a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 for all fours. Another group of graduating students achieved perfect attendance all four years.
Old Canal Days in Lockport features an artisan market, beer garden, carnival, family entertainment, food court, live music and a wine tent. Fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Connor Christian’s family and friends are now raising funds for scholarships and for brain cancer awareness and research through a foundation in his memory. The CC2 Forever Foundation is the recipient of funds raised at the Strike Out Cancer Event on Saturday in Lockport.
'It’s actually fun to drive with the students,' says the Driver Education Teacher of the Year.
We've got updated unofficial election results for Joliet and Will County for you here
Question: Do you believe the district needs to make any changes to improve DEI in your district? Answer: The diversity, equality, and inclusion (DEI) of schools can be enhanced through a number of district-level adjustments. Read Sandra Chimon Rogers' questionnaire here.
Lockport Township High School District 205 has announced its High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the second semester of the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Lockport Rotary Club honored 114 graduating seniors on April 27 at DiNolfo’s Banquets in Homer Glen.
Joseph Williams will retire this year after teaching science for 33 years at Lockport Township High School. A former head wrestling coach, too. Williams taught his students to balance the work with the fun.
Many students find higher math stressful. So for 33 years, Suzanne Alexa worked to make math fun and relevant for her students at Lockport Township High School.
Rodger Ebert, who help start Lockport Township High School's entrepreneurship class in 1996, has grown the program to include a student-run store, with student-produced merchandise and program slogan: "For the students, by the students,”