The district and APT offer many informative and educational opportunties for parents throughout the year. Outside community organizations, such as LEAD, LDA, and NSSED also offer programs for parents.
Information regarding district, APT and community programs can be found in the weekly email announcements from each schools' listserve (see information below), and on the homepage. Community information can be found on the Community Programs page of this website or in the Green Backback.
Parental Questions, Concerns, or Inquiries
The District values open and direct communication with parents. Parents are encouraged to address their questions or concerns to the person, or office most directly involved in the matter's resolution. When subsequent conversation is deemed necessary the customary "chain of command" should be followed (e.g., teacher to principal to appropriate central office administrator to Board of Education). Those involved in addressing matters that are raised are committed to responding in an appropriate and timely manner.
Please click here for additional information about Parental Questions, Concerns, or Inquiries, and for information about District Policies and Procedures.
Edmodo is the commmunication spot for teachers, students, and parents. It provides a secure place to connect and collaborate, share content and educational applications, post and and access homework, and allow for class discussions. Edmodo is a web-based site that is accessible through any electronic device that supports the web. Edmodo is the important location where all Deer Path Middle School students will find a calendar displaying their homework. It also will be an important digital connection between students, teachers and parents. Parent codes can be obtained from your child's Edmodo page or through classroom teachers. If you have any technical issue or questions, please call the school offices or your Tech Coaches (Amy Lamberti, Laura Montgomery, or Emily Steffen) or Judi Epcke, Technology Director.
PowerSchool is a web-based program that allows students and parents the ability to check grades and attendance for their classes. Staff update grades in PowerSchool on a regular basis. If you are having technical issues with PowerSchool, or need Access ID and Password, please call your school office and they can assist you.
To set up your account, click on the link below for instructions. Please be sure to click "Create Account" on the first screen when setting up your account, and leave the Username and Password blank (you will enter that information on the second screen).
In the event of a school closing or late start, an alert will be sent to the primary phone number that you have registered with the district. If you wish to receive notification using other devices (cell phone, email, etc.), OR you are not receiving your alerts you must log into the Honeywell Instant Alert website to check and/or update your profile. For more information, click here.
This link will redirect you to the Food Service/Wellness homepage, which includes lunch menus, information regarding our district's Wellness policy and the MyNutriKids login, which allows you to deposit money into your child's lunch account.
Sign Up for Listserve
By signing up for your school's email distribution list (listserve), you will receive weekly email updates from the school regarding upcoming events and information.
Lake Forest School District 67
300 S. Waukegan Rd., Lake Forest, Illinois 60045
Phone (847) 235-9657 Fax (847) 234-5132
Mr. Michael Simeck, Superintendent
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