Lansing Elementary District 158
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board recognized Memorial Junior High School at its May meeting for the school's artistic achievements and contributions to the community.
LANSING | When Gayle Robey-Herrbach first saw the 1995 film “Mr. Holland’s Opus,” she saw parallels between the namesake character played by actor Richard Dreyfuss and David Allie, the band director from her days at Memorial Junior High School.
LANSING | The Lester Crawl Primary Center is one of just 12 schools in the state that recently received an Illinois School Breakfast Challenge Award.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board last month approved the employment of Mark Crotty as business manager, effective July 1.
Fourth-grade art teacher Elizabeth Lindahl Kirk explains the use of the Magnadoodle to students in the new art-music room of Oak Glen Elementary School on Wednesday morning in Lansing.
Fourth-grader Arely Luna shows off her Magnadoodle image she created in the new Oak Glen Elementary School art-music room in Lansing.
LANSING | Oak Glen School students can now learn art and music in a dedicated room, take physical education in a new gym and teachers have a workroom thanks to a $14 million two-phase renovation recently completed at the Lansing elementary school at 2101 182nd St.
LANSING | In response to a grievance filed by the Lansing Education Association, the Lansing Elementary School District 158 School Board on Wednesday unanimously approved a board conduct resolution.
LANSING | The shiny new gymnasium at Reavis Elementary School was packed Thursday for a ribbon cutting ceremony that officially unveiled the first of two phases of a renovation and expansion project at the school that serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Lansing Engineer/Paramedic Bill Stubitsch helps Micah Steele into the front seat of a Lansing fire engine for a ride around town.
Micah Steele with his father, brothers and grandmother and Lansing Firefighter/Paramedics Paul Steinweg, Steve Buffano and Engineer/Paramedic Bill Stubitsch.
LANSING | Fifth-grade students at Oak Glen School in Lansing recently completed the DANGER Program, which stands for Drug, Alcohol, Nicotine, Gang, Education, Resistance.
LANSING | District 158 School Board candidates sparred at a public forum Wednesday in the Memorial Junior High gym.
Pictured are some of the participants of the Lansing Roundball Classic with donations collected for the Lansing Food Pantry. Six different Lansing schools were represented at the tournament.
LANSING | As part of the Lansing Roundball Classic tournament, a food drive took place within the Lansing schools to benefit the Lansing Food Pantry, which included a competition to see which school could collect the most food.
As a kid growing up in the suburbs, I didn’t give a lot of thought to agriculture. There were no farms in my community. My parents had a pond in our backyard and enjoyed their flower gardens, but with the exception of a backyard apple tree and some wild rhubarb, we didn’t grow food.
Fifth-grader Virginia Fountain, of Coolidge Elementary School, received a top rating of outstanding at the fair. Her project tested the taste buds of individuals with various ages.
LANSING | The Lansing School District 158 Elementary Science Fair took place Feb. 9.
Coolidge Elementary School fifth-grader Bailey Braze received a top rating of outstanding at the science fair. Her project tested the cleanliness of ice at food establishments.
Fourth-graders from Coolidge Elementary School in Lansing are pictured with their Bringing Up Grades certificates. From left are Julian Rodriguez, Luis Gonzalez, Ethan Pierce, Isaac Medina, Harmony Holmes, Danielle Ashton, Principal Linda Blomquist, Cambelle Brunke and Alexus Womack
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