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Congratulations to the LHS Football team on a dramatic 22-17 victory over Bradley-Bourbonnais. The team was led at the end of the game with a safety by Riley Buncic and the final TD by Riley Lees. Libertyville (13-0) will play Glenbard West (13-0) for the 7A title at 4 p.m. Saturday, November 28th, at Huskie Stadium @ Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. More information about the game/parking /tickets can be found at IHSA.org and 2015 Destination Dekalb for more complete information including schedules and State football previews.
Tickets - $10 general admission
Ticketmaster - Order Online
At the ticket gate at NIU on Saturday
The Community High School District 128 Board of Education has voted to abate, or not collect, $4 million (4.97%) in property taxes this year. Following months of financial analysis and discussion, the Board voted to approve the 2015 abatement at its Nov. 16 meeting.
Over the five-year period from 2011-2015, the D128 Board has abated, or not collected, $18.6 million less in property taxes than allowed under Illinois Property Tax Extension Limitation Legislation (PTELL), which includes Bond and Interest abatements of $15.8 million and a $2.8 million reduction in the Operating Fund Levy in 2014. Like all public school districts, D128 receives the largest amount of its operating revenue through property taxes. D128 Superintendent Prentiss Lea stated, "We are not aware of any other Illinois property taxing body that has abated, or not collected, as much property tax over a similar period as the D128 Board has abated."
The D128 Board, administration and staff are thankful for the tremendous local support of the district and its two world-class high schools and also realize the burden of property tax on constituents. D128 Board President Pat Groody noted, "Balancing the needs of all of our constituents is at the heart of everything we do. The generous support provided by our taxpayers has been key to the success of building the strong programs we offer in D128. Using reserves in place of incremental tax revenue to pay down our debt provides some measure of tax relief and is the prudent thing to do in this economic environment."
Come to the 2nd annual garage sale at Libertyville High School, Sunday, December 6th from 9am-2pm. We will also be hosting a vendor boutique with Libertyville "swag" as well!
Register now for the 2015 Caring for Cambodia Ugly Sweater Run!! Sunday December 13th 9-11am at LHS. The cost will be $15 for ages 18 and under, $25 for over 18, this will include a t - shirt. There will be a 1.5 mile and a 3 mile run. All proceeds will go to Libertyville High School's Caring for Cambodia club (CFC) service project in Cambodia this summer. Registration will close December 11th at 12:00am. Click here to register.
The LHS WYSE team won second place in today's OP Science competition at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Students took individual tests in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and General Science, and finished with a team challenge section. In addition to the team honors, Daniel Zou was awarded the first-place medal for Physics, and both Daniel Zou and Jason Ji were awarded medals for posting top-10 overall scores at the competition. Other members of the team were Amanda Fan, Michelle Ji, Hannah Loizzo, Adrian Metcalf, Travis Qing, and David Stone.
The team is coached by Pete Dawson and Dave Kreutz. Congratulations, Wildcats!
Congratulations to the
LHS Athlete of the Week
Are you an LHS school club or sport interested in having a segment in Wakeup Widcats? If yes, please complete the form here. Please note, we film one week in advance of the video. You will need to take this into consideration when completing the form. Thank you! (Note: this form is not intended for the use of any outside organization, business or other...)
Congratulations Class of 2016!
LHS Graduation Ceremony
Sears Centre Arena
Friday, June 3, 2016 ~ 7:00 P.M.
More Information to follow.
LHS and the Lake County Health Department working together to track flu-like illnesses
District 128 is working with the Lake County Health Department this flu season, to help track flu-like symptoms. This will be important information as the county and state monitor the occurrence of flu and similar illnesses. Parents can help us by reporting these symptoms as they notify the school of a student’s illness/absence. No names or identifying/personal information will be shared.
If your student has a fever over 100, and has a cough and/or sore throat, please report this with your attendance call in the morning. Please remember, students should stay home until they are fever-free for at least 24 hours, without the use of fever-reducing medications (Tylenol, Motrin, Advil, etc.).
If you have any questions, please contact our nurses, Cameron Traut and Alisa Wasserman, in the Health Office at 847-327-7016.
Congratulations to LHS Senior Cynthia Capota for qualifying as an alternate on the Chicago Catholic Forensics League National Lincoln Douglas Team. To qualify for the national team, each school must be a member of the league, the student must compete at the varsity level, and excel during qualifying tournaments. This honor reflects Cynthia's accomplishments as a four-year debater and ranks her as one of the top debaters in Northern Illinois. The National Tournament will occur in Sacramento, Calif. in May. More information can be found at http://www.ncfl.org/
In the 2016 yearbook, the Nautilus staff would like to continue the tradition of including senior tributes. We are excited for the chance to acknowledge your child’s success in graduating. However, in order to achieve our goal, we invite you, the parents and guardians, to submit to the Nautilus staff a baby picture of your child as well as a brief message of encouragement, love, and hopeful wishes. We are only offering this chance to the parents and guardians of the 2016 senior class, so we hope you take advantage of this opportunity.
Specifically, the tributes found in the 2016 yearbook will:
- cover one-eighth of the page
- include a brief message (limited to 65 words)
- appear in full color
- include a photograph of the graduate (we encourage the use of baby pictures, but choose any picture that is special to you)
- cost $60.00
Your tribute is not complete until you have completed three steps:
- Submitted the LHS Senior Tribute Form Located on the LHS Webstore
- Paid for your senior tribute through the LHS webstore
- Emailed your photo to email@example.com
An exciting new addition to LHS this school year is the LHS Athletic History touchscreen. With a touch of the screen, users can view the accomplishments of LHS athletic teams, All-State athletes, and Newsom Award winners. The touchscreen is located in the LHS front foyer. The information is also accessible online.
Thanks to LHS Athletic Director Briant Kelly and Coach Dale Eggert for their work in making this project possible!
D128 Schools Rank Among Top Illinois High Schools in US News 2015 Best High School Rankings.
LHS and VHHS rank 13th and 19th respectively among Illinois high schools in the USNews & World Report 2015 Best High School Rankings released today. Read more at www.usnews.com.