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District hours during Winter Break
The District Office will be closed on December 24th, 25th, and 26th along with December 31st, January 1st, and January 2nd. The District will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, January 5th, 2015. Both school offices will be closed for the entire Winter Break. We wish all of our Lake Bluff families a safe, happy, and healthy break and a wonderful New Year!

Winter Sing Photo Gallery
Lake Bluff Elementary School Family Winter Sing, led by LBES PreK-Grade 2 Music teacher Fred Koch with his guitar, was a holly jolly event. Photo gallery online>>

"Read With Me!" Photo Gallery
On Thursday Dec. 11, children from neighboring school districts came to LBES to visit with 4th and 5th Grade reading buddies. This is a unique local mentoring program that grew out of a volunteer book distribution program and it's supported by Lake County Cares with additional support from the Alliance for Excellence foundation. More information>>  Online photo gallery>>

State report card now online
11-19-2014: Each year, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) releases a "report card" for each school and district in the state to inform the public of school performance in the areas of English/Language Arts (ELA), Math, and school climate. 

The report card for Lake Bluff Elementary School District 65 is now posted online>>. The report card highlights the achievements of the children of Lake Bluff and demonstrates that the schools continue to be bastions of educational excellence for all children. 


Common Core Math Can be a Mystery, and Parents are Going to School to Understand it

11-14-2014: Understanding Common Core Math-a school district's approach to helping parents. "The changes have confused many parents--particularly at the elementary level--leaving them flustered by a basic parental duty: Helping with homework." Read more to find out how parents are being educated>>.








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