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Senior Class Bike & Bake Sale Canceled

Basketball teams play faculty in charity game Thursday.


The LFHS Senior Class Bike & Bake Sale scheduled for Saturday (May 5) has been canceled.

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The Orchesis Annual Spring Dance Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. May 3-4 in the Raymond Moore Auditorium, 1285 N. McKinley Road. Orchesis will perform their annual concert, “Inside Out.” Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults.

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The Lake Forest High School basketball teams and Lake Forest cheerleaders are sponsoring a Charity Student versus Faculty basketball game at 7 p.m. May 3 in the Competition Gym at East Campus, 1285 N. McKinley Road. Proceeds from the event are going to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. There will be a $3 admission. Raffle tickets will be sold for sports-related memorabilia and other items. Tickets can be purchased from the basketball players and the cheerleaders and will be sold at the door. The student team will be chosen by a raffle within the school. For additional information, contact coach Phil La Scala at plascala@lfschools.net or Kathy O'Hara at kohara@lfschools.net.

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Friday (May 4) is the deadline for seniors to submit their essays for the “Distinguished Educator Award,” a contest that allows Lake Forest High School to celebrate the relationships between students and faculty. The winning essay will be read and acknowledged at the graduation ceremony. More information can be found at www.lfhs.org.

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There will be a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Lake Forest Community High School District 115, at 7 p.m. May 8 in the board room at LFHS West Campus, 300 S. Waukegan Road.

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Lake Forest High School Prom "Fire & Ice" will be held May 12 at the Marriott Chicago Downtown. Students are required to take the coach bus to and from the prom. LFHS students began taking coach buses downtown in early 1980’s. Getting students on the buses has turned into an "event" in past years as the students pass through the front doors of LFHS onto a red carpet to find their seats on the buses. Nearly 800 students attend the prom and parents, community members, faculty and families all watch the prom promenade from bleachers set up on the front lawn. “Project Safe Prom,” introduced in 2002, focuses on raising funds to support the use of bus transportation to and from prom. Additionally, students from the junior class raise funds for this purpose.

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