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The Junior class will be taking the PSAE state exam on Wednesday and Thursday (4/23 & 4/24) please refer to the News and Announcements section below for more details and for the release form.
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Welcome to the Lena-Winslow Junior High School,

Our mission at Le-Win is to create and maintain a safe learning environment that will encourage, cultivate and challenge our students as they make the transition from childhood to adolescence. I am proud of our tradition of developing the whole child as we provide not only academic excellence, but also encourage opportunities to build character, strengthen leadership skills and mold good citizens. We strongly believe that our parents and community share in our enthusiasm and we promise to continue to strengthen that partnership in the future.

Students at Le-Win Junior High School can also take advantage of extra curricular activities that include being involved in Student Leadership, Paw Print Newspaper, yearbook, chorus, band, recycling club, and various athletic activities. Our Student Leadership team is very active in running fundraisers, such as Honey Buns, Candy Grams, Food Drives, Penny Wars, and Hoops for Heart.

At Le-Win, we welcome the involvement of parents and community. Please feel free to contact us should you wish to discuss any part of you child’s education or an aspect of our school. Thank you for supporting our efforts!

Andrew Lobdell
Principal - Junior High School
"Building Foundations for Lifelong Learning"
Lena - Winslow School District #202
517 Fremont St.
Lena, Il 61048
Skype: andylobdell1
Phone: 815-369-3116
Fax: 815-369-3162
LobdellA@Le-Win.net

JH School News

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PSAE Exam Letter and Form
The junior class will be taking the PSAE......
Sign up now for the 13th Annual Panther Open!
In Memory of Dr. Morrison
To benefit Lena-Winslow Athletic and Music Boosters
Click here to check out stories, video, and pictures of the 8th grade Washington DC trip!
Will Fiedler, Noah Milder, and Taylor Koppien took part in the wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington national cemetery. Will Fiedler also presented a plaque on the annual Washington D.C. trip at the Vietnam War Memorial Wall.
Paw Print Here!! Come and get it.
The March issue is out!!! The issue includes the student of the month, student leadership essays, student surveys, pictures, and more!
Junior High Spring Fundraiser
The first order of Power Decals and sunglasses are in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stop in the JH office to pick yours up. Remember, the final order is due next week.

Every year the Junior High School has one big fundraiser. One of the past items past fundraising dollars have purchased includes the Rock Climbing Wall in the Junior High Gym. This wall is not only used by Junior High students, but by HS and Elem. students as well. This year we hope to raise money to again be able to provide our students with other unique opportunities like the Rock Climbing Wall. To Order or for more information please click here. P.S. The Power Decals are AWESOME!! (Watch the video)
Polar Plungers raise $1000.00 for Special Olympics
Thank you to all that showed their support!!
Mr. Chrisman's 8th Grade Science class presented to the Board of Education and showed how they are using technology in, and out, of the classroom!
An eighth grade group consisting of Zarin Gardner, Payden Lingle, and Tanner Lawfer gave a Presentation to the Board of Education on the night of February 26th. The presentation addressed new D.A.R.P.A. (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency) products that have been created due to advances in science and engineering.
"ROCK YOUR SOCKS" FOR WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY MARCH 21, 2013!!!!!
Le-Win Junior High School along with JH Student Leadership is asking you to show your support for Down Syndrome! You can do this on Thursday by rolling up your jeans to show off your tallest craziest socks!!!!
Magda Brown - Holocaust Survivor Talks to Le-Win 6th Graders
Mrs. Price’s 6th grade students were fortunate enough to have met Magda Brown this month. Her visit is an extension of our History chapter on West-Central Europe. She is a survivor of the Holocaust and in 1944 was a prisoner at Auschwitz- Birkenau, one of the four death camps the Nazis formed during WWII. Magda works at the Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, IL and comes to share her story with us from year to year. Although she has an experience that is hard for many to fully understand today, there is another message she wants her audience to hear. Her mission is to education students about the Holocaust by telling stories about her experience, but more specifically to believe in the Holocaust, to not forget the Holocaust, and to “think before you hate!” More information is available below about Magda.
Congrats to Spelling Bee Champ Jordan Streckwald!
The annual Spelling bee took place Thursday February 6, 2014. 20 contestants competed to move on to the regional spelling bee on 2/25/14 in Pearl City. Congrats to Jordan Streckwald, Olivia Matz, and Jimmy Nafzinger.
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