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Lincoln-Way East to Host Homecoming Parade

On Sunday, September 23, Lincoln-Way East will host their 2018 Homecoming Parade. The parade will step off at 3 p.m. from Lincoln-Way East High School as participants make their way southbound on Aspen Street. The parade will then turn westbound on Vail Drive, gradually turning north until hitting Colorado Avenue. Parade participants will then head…

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Lincoln-Way East Key Club Sponsor Honored by Will County

On Tuesday, September 4, Project Acclaim’s secretary, John Zalanka, presented Key Club Sponsor Matt Jordan with the Reverend James E. Allen Award for Service to the Community. The award was presented in the boardroom of Lincoln-Way Central among community members during the monthly Team Asset meeting. The James E. Allen Award for Service to the…

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LWC Hosting Hero’s Homecoming Parade

On Sunday, September 23, Lincoln-Way Central will host its 2018 Hero’s Homecoming Parade. The parade will step off at noon from Martino Junior High, as participants make their way eastbound on Joliet Highway. The parade then will turn northbound on schoolhouse road, ending at Lincoln-Way Central. “Our Homecoming Parade is a great way to kick-off…

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Illinois launches program to help students choose college

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — College-bound students and their families now can consult an online program to determine the post-graduate economics of attending school in Illinois. The site is called ILCollege2Career.com and allows students to gauge future earnings from areas of study at a variety of public and private institutions. Students may click on a variety…

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Lincoln-Way Central Counselor Invited to Harlaxton

From June 24 through June 27, Lincoln-Way Central College Counselor Janet Reis attended Harlaxton College in the United Kingdom. Harlaxton is the British campus for the University of Evansville (UE). The 100-room, picturesque, Victorian manor house is one hour north of London. “Harlaxton is straight out of a fairy tale and simply stunning,” noted Reis.…

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Environmental Action Club Prompts Solar Panel Use at Lincoln-Way Central

New additions to Lincoln-Way Central may be found in the form of solar panels. The project was spearheaded by Central’s Environmental Action Club (EAC) and its sponsor, Catherine Sieber. During the course of several years, students participating in EAC have discussed global environmental issues, such as supporting endangered species, as well as local issues, including…

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Live Remote of WJOL’s Pigskin Preview at Laraway Ridge Plaza

WJOL 1340 AM will team with State Farm Agent Kevin Molloy, Gina Buck, owner of the Teardrop Café, and Dave Dombrowski, owner of Pizza Mia on Thursday, August 30, from 6 to 8 p.m., for a live remote of the Pigskin Preview at the Teardrop Café. The Pigskin Preview highlights the upcoming week of high…

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Lincoln-Way West Student Writes, Directs and Performs at Second City

Lincoln-Way West student Cooper Lyke (right) poses with his castmates at Second City. Every Saturday for nearly a decade, Lincoln-Way West Junior Cooper Lyke has trekked to downtown Chicago to “do” what he loves – comedy. “I used to watch all the old SNL (Saturday Night Live) shows with my parents when I was young,”…

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Lincoln-Way East Student Completes AFJROTC Flight Academy Program

Griffin Angelo Wilder Earned a private pilot license at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama.  Lincoln-Way East Junior Angelo Wilder, an Air Force Junior ROTC cadet, completed the private pilot license training course at Kansas State University and earned his private pilot license. Wilder is one of 120 AFJROTC cadets around the world to…

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Lincoln-Way Marching Band Gears for Special Visitor/Big Weekend

From Thursday, August 23 until Saturday, August 25, the Lincoln-Way Marching Band (LWMB) will be on a tight schedule. Each year, the Tournament of Roses President travels to meet every band selected to perform in the Rose Parade. In August, the LWMB will have their turn. Gerald Freeny, President of the 2019 Tournament of Roses,…

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Lincoln-Way East Student Attends Intensive Summer Engineering Program

From June 17 through July 19, Griffin senior Camryn Shirley attended the Multiethnic Introduction to Engineering (MITE) Program at Purdue University’s main campus in West Lafayette. Shirley learned of the program through her older brother, who previously attended MITE in 2016. This year’s summer program hosted 20 students for nearly five weeks. Student schedules were…

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AP Numbers Soar at Lincoln-Way

On Thursday, August 2, the District 210 Board of Education met at Lincoln-Way Central for the regularly scheduled board meeting. At the beginning of the meeting, Director of Data, Assessment and Innovation, Dr. Brian Murphy, presented the results of AP testing from the past school year. In total, more than 40 percent of the 2018…

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Lincoln-Way District 210 Announces $8 Million Operating Surplus

In Fiscal Year 2018, Lincoln-Way District 210 realized an $8.06 million operating surplus. Contributing factors include: $2.73 million in budgeted (planned) surplus $4.58 million in additional revenue $750,000 expended less than the budgeted amount (including transfers) “After a decade of deficit spending in the millions, the district has realized operating surpluses the past two years…

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Lincoln-Way Central Student Attends Local and World Leadership Seminars

From June 22-24, Lincoln-Way Central sophomore Nicoletta Salvatore attended the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar at Benedictine University in Lisle. Students participating in the event learned about both active listening and how to accomplish their goals. Counselor Alyssa Cannon nominated Salvatore, who competed with five other students in an essay competition in order to…

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Lincoln-Way East Incoming FreshmaI invited to Summer STEM Program

This summer, Connor S. Morale has joined outstanding middle school and high school students from across the nation to take part in a unique academic and career oriented development experience, NYFL Explore STEM at Loyola University’s Lakeshore Campus in Chicago. NYFL Explore STEM is an Envision family program that enables students to explore their interests…

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L-W East’s Kris Fiore Named ‘Boys’ High School Coach of the Year’

On July 19, Volleyball Magazine named Lincoln-Way East Head Boys Volleyball Coach Kris Fiore as the “Boys’ High School Coach of the Year.“ Fiore has coached Lincoln-Way East Boys Volleyball for nearly a decade, and the girls team for the past two years. Although the boys team lost to Glenbard West High School in the…

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Lincoln-Way Student Earns Recognition at U.S. Naval Academy

Although she has yet to determine her post-high school plans, Lincoln-Way East student Sydney Nekola already has made an impression on one prospective option. On June 7, Nekola received the Outstanding Candidate Award after attending Summer Seminar at the United States Naval Academy (USNA). Acceptance to Summer Seminar is the first step in applying to…

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