The winners of Spring Art Show awards were announced.
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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The Lincoln-Way North High School Marching Phoenix won first in its class at the 46th Annual State of Illinois Marching Band Championship.
Monday, October 1, 2012
Lincoln-Way North High School continued its Homecoming Week tradition with its annual parade through the community on Sunday.
Lincoln-Way North High School kicked off its annual Homecoming Week on Sunday afternoon with a parade through the Frankfort Square community. Hundreds of student athletes, academic teams, marching bands, elected officials and community organizations marched. Other participants were the Frankfort Square Wildcats Football Association, the Summit Hill Junior High School Marching Band, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops and the Frankfort Jaycees. The Phoenix will play Thornridge High School in the Homecoming game Friday night. Get News Alerts and Facebook Updates From These Patch Sites:
Sunday, September 30, 2012
That Was the Week That Was: Light Sentence for Man Who Killed Frankfort Teen, New Business Aids Mokena Charity
We look back at a week of religious conversion, political announcements, police impersonation, Tribes Alehouse opening a second location and the sentencing of a driver to six months for killing a teenager with his car.
MONDAY Local Culver’s Owner Finds Solace in Religion Justin Obriecht, who opened his first Culver's location in Tinley Park in 2001 and owns the Culver's in Frankfort, shared his conversion from atheism to Christianity during a talk at an Orland Park church. Holland to Announce Re-Election Bid Frankfort Mayor Jim Holland announces he will seek a third term in April's election. TUESDAY Fight Off Zombie Attacks at Odyssey Fun Farm This Halloween Odyssey Fun Farm, Corn Maize and Pumpkin Patch has added weekend night activities to the Halloween fun this year, including a Zombie Safari. Dave and Buster's Helps Mokena Charity Net $5,000 The restaurant, sports bar and entertainment complex held its grand opening in Orland Park, with a portion of …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Lincoln-Way East continues to roll, but all other Lincoln-Way schools lost this weekend.
High school football is officially under way in the Southland, and Patch has a roundup of what went down with all of the Lincoln-Way high schools. Need more Week 4 high school football? Check out scores from around the state.
Saturday, July 28, 2012
School Board meeting highlights: Destination Excellence awards, closing the fiscal year, public hearing for proposed 2012-2013 budget
The Lincoln-Way School District 210 Board of Education discussed its 2012-13 budget Thursday, closing the previous year with a $3.2 million deficit. The main order of business was the closing of the district's 2011-2012 budget and the passage of a resolution to display the proposed 2012-2013 budget for public inspection through Sept. 11, followed by a public hearing. The board will vote on the approval of the budget on Sept. 13. The district closed its 2011-2012 budget with a deficit of $3,274,621 as of June 30. Supt. Lawrence Wyllie said the deficit was caused by a discrepancy between the amount of tax dollars and categorical grants the district was supposed to receive and the amount that was actually dispersed. "The categoricals, we …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
North science instructor Maria Wilson and East AP English teacher Rich Kolimas earned the honors. Find out why.
An AP English teacher and science instructor were named Teachers of the Year for Lincoln-Way East and North high schools, respectively. READ: Follow What's going on in L-W High School District 210 With the District's Blog in Our Local Voices Section Each year, teachers from each school nominate colleagues for the distinction, and administrators make the final decision. Here's a look at the winners and a brief reason why they were chosen: Learn more about the teachers by reading their entries in the Local Voices blog for the Lincoln-Way High School District 210. The blog also has articles on the yearbooks for North and East, an award earned by East's Best Buddies Club and more. Two Ways to Stay Connected to Mokena Patch:
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Both nationally ranked, the Griffins and Phoenix met at LW North in a crosstown grudge match featured as a Comcast Game of the Week. Check out the highlights.
This week's CN100 Game of the Week featured Lincoln-Way North and Lincoln-Way East in a boys volleyball matchup Thursday. Find great prep sports action all season long with the CN100 Game of the Week. Tune in Saturdays at noon and 4 p.m., and anytime with Comcast Digital Cable On Demand. Want even more? You can also visit the cn100 Game of the Week Facebook page, or follow on Twitter. Also, check out our weekly crowd craziness - Battle of the Fans - on Facebook and see who has the biggest and wildest student sections. When all the action is done, catch up on the best in Chicago-area prep sports with CN100 Sports Weekly.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Find out where these teens will be going and what their plans are after they graduate from Lincoln-Way North High School.
For 20 student-athletes at Lincoln-Way North High School, April 18, 2012, will hold a special place in their hearts. As the student-athletes gathered before friends, family and school and district administrators, each formally announced where he or she would be signing a national letter of intent to participate in his or her chosen sport at the college level. The 20 Phoenix will be flying, driving or commuting to colleges across the United States, to as far away as New York City and as close as Joliet Junior College. But they all have one thing in common, said North's Athletics Director Matt Lyke: leadership skills. “This group of kids represent not only our school well, but our community as well," Lyke said. "This group of seniors, we're …
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Three of the four Lincoln-Way valedictorians are from Mokena. Meet them all.