Lake Bluff Middle School News
Parent Presentation: The Evolution of Inclusion with Dr. Carol Quirk
Lake Bluff School District 65 Welcomes New Members of Board of Education
Summer School Registration
Parenting Through the Pandemic
Registration for New Lake Bluff Students
School Districts 65, 67 and 115 Introduce Project F_LL Lake Bluff School District al...
All kids eat FREE through December 31
Recorded Orientation Webinars Available for Families
Registration information has been sent to all students. Supply lists and other information available.
Resources and communication for families regarding COVID-19 and Lake Bluff
Tracy Roehrick has been selected as the next Director of Student Services for Lake Bluff Elementary School District 65.
Pre-Registration, the first step in registering your child for school, is now available for all people new to the school district.
Concerned about keeping your kids safe online? Join the Lake Bluff PTO for a presentation by expert Liz Repking on January 16 at 7pm at LBMS.
Dr. Lisa Leali will begin serving as Superintendent on July 1, 2020 as Dr. Jean Sophie retires at the end of the current school year.
Charlotte Beckman and Sona Hawkins get chance to meet Chicago Bulls
District 65 is aware of and is monitoring developments in Waukegan and Gurnee about ethylene oxide (EtO) emissions.
Survey will be available until December 10, 2019
Both schools have received top designations from the Illinois State Board of Education
Please join LEAD and Lake Bluff Middle School on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Lake Bluff School District 65 will host a public hearing Tuesday, October 29 on an electronic learning proposal for students on days school is closed due to extreme cold, major snowstorms or other emergencies.
Kellie Bae has been named the new principal of Lake Bluff Elementary School effective July 1, 2020.
Kathy Derrick, former speech language pathologist, passed away in September.
Extensive flooding inside the school district closes schools.
Fall Benchmark assessments help our teachers to better understand student learning.