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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

JH School News

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2015-2016 Significant Dates and Calendar Information
For information about Le-Win Significant Dates, Sports Schedules, Events and more please view our calendar links on our home page. There you can link your smartphone to your son or daughters school calendar or print off a copy for yourself to see what is coming up. Ed. Foundation Le-Win School Calendars are located in the offices and in local businesses.
JH Awards Day Program and 8th Grade Send Off video and Program
Check out all the winners and click here to view the 8th grade send off presentation.
Rebecca Caudill Student Face Holes - 2015
Congrats to the following students for reading all 20 R.C. books! Good luck winning the 200 dollars cash.
Le-Win students learn more about the importance of agriculture through the Ag in the Classroom programs.
Cyclists from IAITC traveled throughout our region to spread the message and support the Ag in the Classroom program. Attached is a video which includes the assembly at Lena-Winslow Elementary School.
8th Grade Student Leaders help at the Salvation Army
Thursday, May 7th the 8th grade student leaders went to volunteer at the Freeport soup kitchen.
Junior High Student Leaders learn to fly!
On Friday May 22nd, Junior High Student Leadership members learned about terminal velocity and also learned how to fly! The day was filled with many activities that taught STEM education.
6th Grade Student Leaders clean up Le-Win country
In honor of Earth Day, Le-Win Student Leadership made the decision to clean up the country roads. 6th grade student leaders covered 20 miles of country roadside in just 2 hours! Students found the normal beer cans, pop cans, bottles, and paper trash, as well as, a few abnormal things... like a cell phone!
6th Grade Visits Holocaust Museum in Skokie, IL
On April 9, 2015 the 6th grade class had the wonderful opportunity to visit the Holocaust Museum and learned first hand what it was like during WWII from a friend of Le-Win, holocaust survivor, Magda Brown.
NIU 2015 Academic Summer Camps
Northern Illinois University's College of Liberal Arts & Sciences External Programming is excited to announce great opportunities for your students at our 2015 Academic Summer Camps. All camps take place at our DeKalb campus.
Grant Fiedler is the 2015 Spelling Bee Champ!
Grant Fiedler was in competition with back to back champ, Jordan Streckwald, in the final round of the 2015 spelling bee. Grant went on to win the title by spelling the word "noctambulist" correctly. Jordan, Grant and Olivia Matz will represent Le-Win in the regional spelling bee in Pearl City on Tuesday, February 24th.
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