Superintendent's Newsletter

November 2017: Monthly Update:
In this issue, Dr. Sophie reminds us that winter break is quickly approaching, and stresses the importance of student attendance as we begin to make travel plans.  She also reminds us of upcoming winter conferences, and tells about the 2nd Annual Career Day at LBMS. Finally, Dr. Sophie reminds us of the procedures used for school closings in the event of bad weather, and as always, welcomes the opportunity to meet with a group for coffee.
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October 2017: Monthly Update:
In this issue, Dr. Sophie reminds parents of the importance of Parent-Teacher conferences. She also highlights student recognition, the Strategic Planning Committee, and winter closing notification procedures. In addition, she talks about the new website that is getting ready to launch and reminds us that she's always happy to get together with groups at homes or organizations.
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September 2017: Monthly Update:
In this issue, Dr. Sophie provides an update on Standards Based Grading at LBMS regarding the goal to provide parents and students with accurate feedback, and to reflect student growth. She also highlights the Teacher Institute Day held on September 22 where George Couros discussed the importance of building relationships, connecting with others, and becoming more innovative in our classrooms. In addition, Dr. Sophie talks about the Strategic Plan for the 2018-2023 school years and the intergovernmental agreement between Lake Bluff Schools and Lake Bluff Public Library.
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August 2017: Monthly Update:
In this issue, Dr. Sophie kicks off the school year. She reviews the importance of communications, on time arrival and attendance. She also highlights our curricular goals as well as our strategic planning process. Finally, she mentions that she's always happy to get together with groups at homes and organizations.
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