Category Archives: District 15 News

Lake Louise Cross Country Results


Congratulations Lake Louise Cross Country Teams!

The Lake Louise cross-country Teams ran away from the competition at the annual District #15 Cross-Country meet held at Salk Park on September 27th.

Both teams ran great in representing Lake Louise.

The girls were led by Lyana 4th, Kaylee 5th, Kathleen 9th, Hailey 14th, Melissa 25th, Naomi 42nd, Camdyn 43rd, Flor 55th, Gabby 58th, Priyanka 60th, Chloe 61st, Lhaye 69th, Andrea 78th, Stephanie 79th, and Sarah 81st.

The boys team was paced by Konrad 6th, Edwin 19th, Thomas 27th, Ryan 33rd, Brian 37th Ivan 41st, Roman 42nd, Jonathan 58th, Adam 67th, Diego 71st, Samuel 80th, Ian 81st, Myck 82nd, Ray 83rd, Gino 93rd, Kegan 96th, and Max 98th.

There were 81 runners in the girl’s race and 99 in the boys. The students of Lake Louise showed good sportsmanship and represented their school in an outstanding manner.

September 20: PTA Meeting/District 15 School Building Bond Referendum Presentation

Lake Louise Wall LOGO Please join us for our monthly PTA meeting in the Lake Louise school cafeteria this Tuesday. The meeting will be from 7-8PM and is a great way to meet other parents at our school as well as interact with our principal and vice principal. All parents/guardians are welcome (you do not need to be a member)!

Join us from 6:30pm-7:00pm for a presentation on the District 15 School Building Bond Referendum. (More information)

Meeting Attachments

Please help us be more friendly to the environment. If you would like a copy at the meeting, please print out a copy.

Support Lake Louise This Weekend at the District 15 Staff Volleyball Tournament

Join the District Fifteen Educational Foundation Saturday, November 14, at Winston Campus for its third charity sports tournament—a D15 Staff Volleyball Tournament.

Top teams will receive grants and event T-shirts, but only the tournament’s champions will take home the top prize—a $300 grant and the Foundation’s traveling trophy.

We also have the ability to to help our school’s team take home a prize. Tomorrow – put on your spirit wear and pack the stands at Winston Campus. The school with the most fans in attendance will receive a $100 Spirit Grant.

When: Saturday, November 14 9:00am – 12:30pm

Where: Winston Campus

Details: Tickets are only $1 (children age 2 and under are free), and refreshments will be available for purchase at the event.

All proceeds from the Foundation’s Staff Volleyball Tournament will be used by the District Fifteen Educational Foundation to fund programming throughout District 15 schools.

March 31: District 15 Board of Education Candidates Forum

vote Northwest Suburban Council PTA/PTSA presents a District 15 Board of Education Candidates Forum

When: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Where: Walter Sundling Junior High School, 1100 N. Smith Street, Palatine

Candidates will have a two minute opening statement followed by a Question & Answer session. Written questions will be submitted from the audience. Candidates will also have one minute for a closing statement at the end of the forum. Shannon Silverman of Arlington Heights Council PTA will serve as the moderator. Any questions please contact Lyn Bremanis, VP of Legislation NWSC PTA at

If you are not able to attend, we will also provide a video of the forum Saturday April 4th. (Check back for the link)

Candidates participating:

Frank Annerino
David Gurion
Gerald Iannuzzelli
Zubair Khan
Jessica Morrison
Joshua Perry
Manjula Sriram

Election Day is April 7, 2015.

Read the press release »

January 29: District 15 Community Communication Forum

During the District 15 Board of Education’s December 10 meeting, the District’s architects presented the Board with the results of the District’s new 10-year life safety study that was performed on its facilities this summer.

Now, the Board is set to host four Community Communication Forums that will further detail the results of the survey and allow residents to provide their feedback.

Please join us on January 29 (Thursday) – 7PM at Winston Junior High for Community Communication Forums covering Lake Louise and other Winston Junior High feeder schools.

“These study results — as well as the input we receive from residents during these upcoming forums — will significantly shape the way our schools — our actual brick and mortar facilities — will look and function for the foreseeable future,” said Scott Thompson, Ed.D., District 15’s superintendent of schools. “They will completely rearrange the way all of our building maintenance and repair projects are prioritized, and, in doing so, will establish the work we will need to do and the challenges we will need to overcome over the course of the next several years.”

What is a Life Safety Study?
District 15’s facilities and buildings are required to maintain State Board of Education regulations within the School Building Code and the Health Life Safety Code, in addition to occupational safety standards of the Illinois Department of Labor. These codes are maintained and regulated through life safety projects, and these projects are determined by a survey of the District’s facilities by an architect and engineer.

Districts are required to conduct these surveys every 10 years, and report their results to the state. Items that are surveyed include roofs, asphalt, asbestos abatements and other environmental issues; plumbing and water safety concerns; necessary upgrades to lighting, boilers and heating/ventilation/air conditioning systems; and other projects to increase energy efficiency and safety in our buildings. Once a survey is completed, the projects are put into a prioritized list according to the Health Life Safety Code.

More information:

Reminder: May 17/18: District 15 Foundation Plant Sale

Just a reminder to all those who are looking to buy flowers…

True Value Hardware is hosting a plant sale on May 17 and 18 to benefit the District Fifteen Educational Foundation and other local non-profit organizations.

  • Each flat of flowers purchased for $10 will result in $2 being donated to the D15 school of your choice!
  • Simply purchase $10 flats of flowers at Palatine True Value or Arlington Heights True Value, tell the cashier which school you would like to support, and $2 will be donated by True Value to your school through the District Fifteen Educational Foundation.
  • You get a great deal and your school gets $2!

Participating Locations:
Palatine True Value
790 W. Euclid Ave.

Arlington Heights True Value
1215 E. Rand Rd.

May 17: Got2Run…for Education

If you have not signed up already – consider participating in the “Got2Run…for Education” run/walk this Saturday in the Third Annual Run/Walk to Benefit Wellness in School Children.

As of earlier this week – Lake Louise only had 11 participants signed up (one of them being me). Please consider registering so Lake Louise will have a greater presence! You do not need to be a runner – there will be several walkers for the 2.62 mile “Micro Marathon” run/walk.

Event Details:

The race will be held Saturday, May 17, at 8 a.m. in Arlington Heights, and it will feature a 2.62-mile “Micro Marathon” run/walk, and an 8K (4.97-mile) run. A portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit the District Fifteen Educational Foundation. The Foundation will then return the proceeds to the runners’ respective District 15 schools.

The “Got2Run…for Education” run/walk is hosted by the Northwest Road Runners, Inc., a local, nonprofit running club established to organize a run/walk to raise money for schools and promote wellness in children. Its goal is to get kids and their parents interested in running as a healthy lifestyle choice.

For more information on the 2014 “Got2Run..for Education” run/walk, visit For more information on the District Fifteen Educational Foundation, visit | Foundation, or contact Donna Kennedy, the Foundation’s coordinator, at 847-963-3160 or

May 17/18: District 15 Foundation Plant Sale

The District Fifteen Educational Foundation has been doing this plant sale fundraiser with True Value for a couple of years, and it’s a great way for anyone buying flowers to support their school. PTA beautification committees can fill their flower pots and support their school. – 100% of funds raised go to the designated school. After this endless winter – who isn’t ready for spring flowers?

Download the District 15 Plant Sale Flyer 2014 with all the details.