Lake Bluff Middle School News

Registration for 2019-2020 school year is now available.

The District will hold a public meeting regarding special education services for students enrolled in home or private schools during the 2019-2020 school year.

Students at LBES will be released at 1:45 p.m. and students at LBMS will be released at 2:10 p.m.

We are excited to bring you Dr. Michele Kane

State Assessments Begin

April 2, 2019

All students in grades three through eight will take the new Illinois Assessment of Readiness.

Most fees held flat for the 2019-2020 School Year

Ten students from LBMS will have their work displayed at The Gallery in Lake Forest.

Students and staff can wear crazy socks to recognize "World Down Syndrome Day".

School Make Up Days Set

March 10, 2019

School will now end on June 7, 2019

Schools will be closed on Friday, February 1, 2019

NWEA/ MAP Assessments will be administered to students in grades K-8 in the coming weeks.

Registration takes place online using our InfoSnap system

The District is seeking qualified applicants for the positions of Substitute Teacher and Teaching Assistant

Parents and Guardians of students are encouraged to provide feedback on this important survey.

Parents of 8th Grade students who are planning on attending Lake Forest High School in the Fall of 2019 should pre-register by 1/9/2019

Due to the snow day, students will now be in session on 2/18/2019

All schools are closed on Monday, November 26, 2018 due to the blizzard!

Services for Darci Johnson, longtime Lake Bluff educator, set for Sunday

School designations create opportunity to build on strengths and close gaps in service to students

Parent Conferences Scheduled

October 29, 2018

Parent/ Teacher and Student led conferences will occur on November 1st and 2nd.

News for 8th Grade Families

October 22, 2018

Lake Forest High School will be offering a third date for testing for incoming 8th grade students.

John Flanagan, author of the acclaimed Ranger's Apprentice series will visit Lake Bluff Schools on October 1.

The online tool used by all teachers at Lake Bluff Middle School for reporting on progress toward standards is now available to parents and guardians.

NWEA/MAP Testing Set To Begin

September 7, 2018

Students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade take the NWEA/MAP Assessment in Math and English/Language Arts.