Lake Louise

Newsletter for July 2021

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Message from the Principal

It is hard to believe that in a month, on Wednesday, August 18th, we will welcome all 1st-6th graders back into the building for the first day of school. The first day of school for Kindergarten is Thursday, August 19th.


ALL families must register their children for the 2021-2022 school year through the online registration process. Please click HERE to start this registration process. Families MUST complete the registration process so that their students can start school on the first day of school. Students whose families have not completed the registration process will NOT be assigned a classroom.


Lake Louise has been under construction all summer with the big focus being an update of the heating and cooling system. The District as well as the custodial team have been monitoring the project every step of the way. We are excited to have the project completed in August.


While the building is under construction, our front office is temporarily located in the portable classroom next to the south parking lot and the playground. We are open 8am-4:30pm Monday-Thursday. Please feel free to stop by anytime.


Lastly, Lake Louise has many resources for students and families in need: food, clothing, coats, shoes, school supplies, and much more. If your family needs any of these resources please don't hesitate to reach out to the school 847-963-5600.


If you have any questions about this or any other issue please send an email to the principal seoanej@ccsd15.net. She is happy to engage any family in conversations about important issues.

Registration for 21-22 school year

Online student registration for the 2021-22 school year is open. If you have not already started this process for your student(s), please visit our registration page to start this process.


  1. Register your child. Registration is the first step in getting ready for the upcoming school year. After registering online, parents will need to go in person to your child's school and provide:


  1. Health Forms. Required health, immunization, dental, and eye exams for students entering preschool, kindergarten, sixth-grade, and those who are new to the district.

  2. Prove Residency. If you have a student that is starting Kindergarten, entering 4th grade, or entering 7th grade, you are required to prove residency in District 15. Our residency webpage outlines the documents you will need to provide to prove your residency.


  1. Pay student fees. Our student fee webpage outlines the District’s student fee structure and the three ways fees can be paid.


All of the above steps of the enrollment process must be completed prior to the start of the school year. Students of families that, when required, do not prove residency, will not be able to attend class in a District 15 until the family’s residency is verified.


View the recorded CCSD15 Parent University sponsored: 2021-22 Registration Webinar. For written registration instructions, please view our Campus Parent - An Introduction.

In the event that a family is unable to provide any needed documentation because of a temporary living situation, please contact Julie O'Hara, 847-963-3210, oharaj@ccsd15.net; or Min Goodwin, 847-963-3209, goodwinm@ccsd15.net, in the Superintendent's Office.


Think you may be eligible for a student fee waiver? Visit our student fee webpage to learn about the requirements and how to apply.


Think you may be eligible for services under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act? Please contact the Director of Student Services, 847-963-3152.

Classroom assignments and bus routes

Classroom assignments will be sent around the first or second week of August only to families whose students have completed registrations through the online registration process.

Bus route information will be sent a few days before the start of school.

Lake Louise PTA updates for May

In order for the PTA to continue to support our students and teachers, we need more parents to volunteer, both for board positions (vice-president and secretary) and for committees (teacher appreciation, yearbook, book fair, etc.). All you need is an interest in making our school a better place - we provide all of the training, details and support. Please attend our next meeting or email lakelouisepta@gmail.com if you are interested in getting more involved.

This year, we are taking advantage of different fundraisers to support our school:

  • Link your Amazon account to Amazon Smile and create donations with your everyday orders: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/36-3298400
  • Get the Box Tops for Education app and scan your grocery receipts to help earn money for the school - we have earned almost $100 this year so far.

If you haven't yet joined the PTA for 2020-2021, it's not too late! Please go to this site to register: https://lakelouise.new.memberhub.store/store

Questions for the PTA? Send a note to lakelouisepta@gmail.com. We can't wait to hear from you!

Pick up and drop off

Please remember that all students that are being dropped off or picked up by adults at school need to be picked up and dropped off in the south lot (not in front of the school). If you are bringing your child late to school (after 8:45am) please come to Door 1.

Jennifer Seoane Principal (she/her/ella)

Lake Louise Elementary PreK-6th grade