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On Wednesday, October 11, LHS Anatomy and Strength & Conditioning classes attended the Body Worlds RX exhibit at the Peoria Riverfront Museum.
The exhibition features real human specimens preserved through Plastination, a technique that removes the fluids from the body and replaces them with plastics that harden. The specimens on display show impressive comparisons and contrasts between healthy bodies and organs from those stricken with disease. Particular emphasis is put on some of the most common ailments such as back pain, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular diseases like arteriosclerosis and heart infarctions, dementia, and more.
"I really enjoyed going to Body World because it showed every part of the body from arteries to muscles. It was fascinating to see what we are made of."
"I was able to see how the inside of our body looks life-sized, and it was really fascinating."
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ALL PreK and Kindergarten students and families are invited to the Jim Gill Concert.
Wed. Oct. 18th at 5:30 PM- Le Roy Performing Arts Center
We have goodie bags for PreK and K students to take home- please join us!
We are so proud of these young adults. This group was celebrated by the staff at LHS for going above and beyond, overcoming challenges, and for demonstrating the Habits of Success!
1st Grade Field Trip - Community Helpers
Don't forget to reserve your tickets for the JH musical this weekend!
Mrs. Bridgette Wells will be featured as part of an Outstanding Teacher series this month on WCIA!
Each year, local chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) recognize high school seniors as Outstanding Good Citizens. These students are nominated by teachers and other staff members based on the qualities of: Dependability, Service, Leadership, Scholarship, and Patriotism.
This year's DAR Good Citizen for Le Roy High School is Abby Clapp. And this year's SAR Good Citizen is Matthew Stuepfert. Congrats Abby and Matthew!
The Homecoming Court welcomed elementary students this morning. They also joined in on the Friday dance party and PE classes!
Congratulations to our 2023 LeRoy High School Homecoming King & Queen Matthew Stuepfert & Izzy Pray!
LES students were welcomed to school today by the football team. Happy Homecoming Week! Go Panthers!
Eleven Le Roy students attended hands-on CTE workshops hosted by Parkland College on Friday, September 22. Those attending the Auto Technology workshop rotated between stations on engine diagnostics, scan tool usage, the chassis dyno, and more. Students attending the Electrical Power & HVAC workshop constructed/tested general lighting circuits and learned about HVAC fabrication and maintenance. The workshops were a great opportunity for students to experience and ask questions to experts in these fields.
Le Roy Elementary School had their GRIT assembly this morning. Thank you to Mr. Matt Jackson for sharing a powerful and inspiring message with the students. Congratulations to this month's GRIT Award Winners- Carissa Barnes, Henry Shivers, and Layla Bratcher!
2023 LeRoy High School Homecoming Court
From left to right:
Rylee Bunn, Brayden Loy, Emily Bogema, Matthew Stuepfert, Izzy Pray, Thomas Jackson, Karley Spratt, Jasper Tarr, Lauren Bossingham, and Nathan McKnight.
The 2023 LeRoy High School Homecoming king and queen will be crowned on Wednesday, September 27th at 6:30 PM. The coronation ceremony will be held at the football field. Following coronation, the girls will compete in a friendly game of flag football with a community bonfire to follow.
Congratulations to the 2023 LeRoy High School Homecoming Court!
Junior High & High School Parent Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 11. Please call Mrs. Gaffney in the JHHS office to schedule your conference.
Our students are Involved, Competitive, and Productive!
It's Friday, which means the day starts with a dance party in the Pre-K and Kindergarten hallway!