D103 News

Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103; Jan 18, 2021

Please Check PowerSchool for Changes in Busing Schedule

Bus routes for D103 in-person student learners have been updated with new pick up times for some riders. Please re-check your child's busing schedule now posted in PowerSchool.


If you changed your mind about transportation and would now like it provided for your child, please fill out the Transportation Request/Change/Joint Custody Form. It will take a couple of weeks to process so please drive your child to school until you hear from transportation.

Other District News

Board of Education Meeting

The next regular Board meeting will occur on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. The notice and agenda can be found on the District 103 Board meeting web page.

Partnership News

How to Raise a Socially Conscious Child

What does it mean to be anti-racist? How do you raise a socially conscious kid? D103 PTO Parent Education experts will share a virtual presentation on how parents can better prepare children to tackle issues of racism, equity, and social justice; how parents can go on their own anti-racism journey; and what steps families can take to build stronger communities through anti-racist work. RSVP for the virtual Webinar on How to Raise Socially Conscious, Anti Racist Kids at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021

Leave Your Legacy in D103

The D103 Learning Fund Foundation invites your family to leave a legacy at D103 with the launch of the Legacy Brick Fundraiser. With the completion of the Daniel Wright construction project, the Foundation invites families to donate $100 to inscript their name on a brick pathway outside the remodeled school.


This LFF Legacy Brick Fundraiser video, narrated by Daniel Wright Principal Michelle Blackley and featuring the new school mascot, outlines the project. This is a great opportunity to bring our community together, so please consider a donation. The Learning Fund and all of our schools appreciate your generous support.

Community News

Register for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Lake County Health Department has an important news bulletin about the COVID-19 vaccine coming to Lake County.

Questions about Lake County? Your Answer - 211

211 is an easy to remember, 24-hour information and referral helpline in Lake County. It’s designed to reduce time and frustration by acting as a central access point to the health and human services in Lake County.


  • Call 211 or text 898211


Without 211, people are often faced with finding services on their own. The result is a lot of time spent calling around trying to find the answer to their need. 211 can answer questions about housing, immigration, government, financial support, crisis management, and more.

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