Flexibility, Resiliency & Resolve

We hope this issue of our community Connections magazine finds you and your loved ones healthy, well, and safe. Along with everyone in our...

Lakes Coaches Stay Connected

Following the cancellation of spring sports our student athletes were left with more questions than answers. This difficult situation provided the Lakes Athletic Department...

A Message from the Lake Villa 41 Board of Education

We have all been challenged these past three months like no other time in history — first, with COVID-19 and a lengthy stay-at-home order,...

AP Success! Students earn 5s on their AP Exams!

We are proud to share that in the spring of 2020, we had 444 ACHS students take over 882 AP exams. We had 48...

Peacock Summer Adventure Day Camp Recap

Back in February the 7th season of Peacock Summer Adventure Day Camp began with registration filling up in less than 48 hours. We accept...

It Takes a Team

As a result of the COVID-19 shut down in March, many of our Driver’s Ed students were unable to complete their behind the wheel...

Summer School Success

Grass Lake Summer School was a success! It was our first ever remote learning summer school. Student participation was great as well as parent...

Moments & Movements

To say that 2020 has proved to be the unexpected, would be an understatement. Still far from over, the year has been a huge...

Grass Lake Class of 2020 Graduation

The Class of 2020 had an unusual school year, followed by our first ever outdoor graduation ceremony on July 25! It was a beautiful...

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1964: The Tribute to Perform for ACHS Benefit Concert

The benefit concert is scheduled for May 10th. The benefit is presented by the ACHS Class of 1964 Reunion Committee. All tickets sold will...

Showcasing Students’ Talent

As the proud Superintendent of District 34, I get the privilege of witnessing the remarkable talents and achievements of our students across the district....

Service with a Smile: AUGS Warrior Brew Bunch

During a typical morning at Antioch Upper Grade School, as the first bell rings, the students in Ms. Stetkus’ and Mr. Dabrowski’s classes are...