Congratulations to the LHS girls basketball team on reaching Elite Eight!!! 

 ATTENTION! Seniors planning on attending Spoon River College -- Fall 2018

A reminder that we are accepting 2018-2019 Spoon River College Foundation Scholarship Applications. 

The application deadline is March 15, 2018 and will be here before we know it! 

Applications are available on the SRC website at https://www.src.edu/foundation/Pages/scholarships.aspx

Students interested in Spoon River College need to complete the application and to file a 2018-2019 FAFSA at https://fafsa.ed.gov if you have not already done so. 

SRC Dual Credit meeting on Mon., March 5th.

 Preschool and Early Beginnings Screenings and Kindergarten Round-Up

Preschool Screenings and Kindergarten Round-up will be:
Thursday, March 1st from 12:00-7:00 P.M. 
Friday, March 2nd from 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Early Beginnings Screenings (ages 0-3 years) will be:

Friday, March 2nd from 8:00 A.M. —12:00 P.M.

 Illinois Street Christian Church 101 N. Illinois Street Lewistown, IL 61542

Please Call Michelle at (309) 547-2240 to schedule your child’s appointment starting on February 1st, 2018.

 Lewistown FFA Chapter Receives $10,000 Monsanto Grant for Aquaponics

Money will go towards a self-sustainable symbionic growing environment for vegetables and fish. 

   Information on Fingerprint Program for Food Service

   ATTENTION SENIORS AND PARENTS!  Important Information!

Scholarship Information!

8 Steps to Filling Out FAFSA

SAT Test Dates and Deadlines

SAT Resources for Parents and Students!

A.C.T. Registration, Test Dates, Deadlines

5 Financial Aid Tips for Parents (from a Parent)

12 Common FAFSA Mistakes

Choose a College More Easily

Upcoming College Representatives Visiting LHS

The Lewistown Carnegie Library has valuable resources for students looking for scholarships including: "Insiders Guide to a Free Ride", "Scholarship Handbook", and other publications! Visit our public library! http://lewistowncarnegielibrary.com/ 


Illinois Department of Public Health Immunization Reminder 

  Head Start is currently accepting children, ages 3-5, for our FREE preschool program. 

The program is free to income eligible families. 

For more information, please call 309-267-2422 or visit us at www.capcil.info  

Click here for School Supply List! 

Fulton County Health Career Opportunities

Fulton County High School students have a new opportunity to look at health careers.  Through a series of planned experiences, local partners are putting together a broad exposure to health careers at the local and regional level.  The programming will be designed to help young people “connect the dots” between school and career.

A key part of this effort involves providing more opportunities for young people to explore careers.  Through engagement with local and regional health care providers, students have opportunities to be exposed to new things.  Graham Health System in partnership with SIU School of Medicine, UI College of Medicine Peoria, Spoon River College, and University of Illinois Extension are working together to provide learning opportunities for high school youth. Partners will be present during school registration to answer questions about the program. 

An application for participation in the program can be found on the University of Illinois Extension website. The application is also available online and must be completed by March 31, 2017. The cost to participate in the program is $25.  You can obtain a registration packet herehttp://web.extension.illinois.edu/fmpt/downloads/69114.pdf.   For more information, contact Melanie Ewalt, Human Resources Graham Health Systems at mewalt@grahamhospital.org.

 2018 - 2019 Caterpillar Student Trainee Program Application Process

  The upcoming year-round session of the Student Trainee Program will begin on June 4, 2018 and end on May 24, 2019.

The 12 week summer session also starts on June 4, 2018 and ends on August 3, 2018.

The application process will require students to submit the following:  


Mrs. Jeanne Davis, Superintendent 



“On Time, All Day, Every day!”  Coming to school “on time, all day and everyday” teaches our young people…even the tiniest among us…discipline, responsibility and work ethic.  All of these qualities are necessary as we prepare these students for college and career.  The General State aid we receive from the government to buy supplies and materials for our classrooms depends on the number of students who regularly attend school.   Children need parents and guardians to encourage them to be here.  Help us help them to be “On Time, ALL Day, Every day!”

Jeanne Davis, Superintendent