The LFHS Teacher's Strike: The Story So Far

The Lake Forest High School teachers went on strike beginning on Sept. 12, with no definitive end in sight. Here's what you need to know.

Following months' worth of discussions and debates, the Lake Forest High School beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Sept. 12. The School Board and the LFEA met for nearly 7 and a half hours on Thursday night, but they . Here's the highlights from our coverage this week. 

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The Board filed an unfair labor practice claim against the LFEA. Mandatory attendance at Lake Forest High School will resume Monday.

Lake Forest High School strike will continue into the third day on Friday. 

Both sides agree to meet on Day 2 of the Lake Forest High School strike. 

As the Lake Forest High School strike continues into its second day, students try to see both sides of the story. 

Representatives of the Board and union did not meet Wednesday and Board President Sharon Golan does not expect a session Thursday. 

Chuck Spagnoli conducts football practice while union considers the activity crossing teachers' picket line.

Union, Board trade accusations after 11th hour bid to reach settlement

Tensions escalate with strike less than a day away. Work stoppage will force cancellation of athletic contests. 

Union invites public comment at Tuesday's Board meeting while District negotiating team says it will show up to talk Monday whether the union arrives or not. 

Thanatos September 22, 2012 at 04:15 PM
Cool: this is over, and now teachers are still complaining in classes and whatnot. In fact, many are now spewing their opinions onto their students. Just wonderful. Teachers are meant to give us students facts, and not trivial opinions. I suppose they're sad at the prospect of having to pay for their own health insurance with their six digit salaries. Boo hoo. I guess second highest salary in Illinois just isn't satisfying.


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