Registration Days for 2017-2018 School Year

at Lewistown Jr./Sr. High School

Wednesday, August 2nd Noon to 8 p.m.

Thursday, August 3rd 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Friday, August 4th 8 a.m. to Noon

2017-2018 Fee Schedule

 


 

Meet the Teacher Night

Pre-K through 6th grade

Thursday, August 17th 

4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

*Students may bring their supplies to their classroom

 


Thursday, August 17th and Friday, August 18th - Teacher Institute

Monday, August 21st -- 1st Day of School


Western Illinois University and Southern Illinois University Summer Camps!

For more information regarding summer camps offered at Western for High Schoolers, click here.

For more information regarding summer camps offered at Western for Central students to Junior High, click here.

For more information regarding SIU's camps, click here.


 

  ATTENTION SENIORS AND PARENTS!  Important Information!

Scholarship Information!

 8 Steps to Filling Out FAFSA

SAT Resources for Parents and Students!

Put on your calendar! Financial Aid Workshop! Wednesday, October 11, 2017!

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

 

 


  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! 


Mrs. Jeanne Davis, Superintendent 

309.547.5826

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 As our School year comes to a close I want to acknowledge the many accomplishments of our Senior Class and bid them a fond farewell as they graduate.  Among their many accomplishments we can celebrate the 26 students receiving 50 different scholarships totally more than $381,000.  We can all be proud of the part we played in walking with them towards college or their career choice.  We especially acknowledge the significant contribution of our two graduates joining the military. 

 

What strikes me as we come to the end of another school year is the tremendous contribution made by staff and parents and the community as a whole to the school and to our students.  We are graduating young men and women who will become our future leaders and who will serve us well by demonstrating the values taught them at home and at school. 

 

I am honored to be a small part of their journey

Jeanne Davis, Superintendent