Category: Students

Drive One For Your School Fundraiser

A simple ride in a new Ford on Saturday, April 22, will earn money for Anna-Jonesboro Community High School. All you have to do is test drive a new Ford vehicle, and Ford Motor Company in partnership with Coad Ford will contribute $20 to the high school. They will donate as much as $6,000! You do not have to purchase anything; all you need to do is take the little…

Summer Camp 2017

The end of the 2016-2017 school year being right around the corner can mean only one thing: Lick Creek School’s Summer Camp is back for another summer of fun and learning! To enroll your student for the summer, complete the attached application below and return it to the office. Lick Creek Summer Care Application For more information about the program, including the daily schedule, the weekly schedule, and information about…

Anonymous Bullying Reporting

Courtesy of the Regional Office of Education #30 (ROE #30), the Anonymous Bullying Reporting form is now available for students at Lick Creek School. This instrument is provided free through ROE #30 and the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative. To report bullying that has occurred at the school, click on the following link and answer the provided questions: Anonymous Bullying Reporting Form For instructions on what to do if you see…

Accountability Assessments

The following is a letter from ISBE (Illinois State Board of Education) written in regards to the federally required accountability assessments. As you probably know, on Tuesday, March 28, we will begin administering the 2016-2017 PARCC tests to grades 3 through 8. Our testing window begins on Tuesday, March 28 and ends on Friday, April 7 (the second week is for make-up testing for those who missed the first week…

F.B.I. S.O.S. Program Assembly

On Monday, February 27, the junior high was recognized for their successful completion of the FBI’s S.O.S. Program. The program dealt with topics of Internet safety and cyber citizenship. The junior high placed first in the nation for their test scores last October, and every student received a certificate recognizing their achievement. They even made the evening news! Click here to watch the segment as it aired on WSIL 3.

4-H Archery Club Fish Fry

On Friday, February 17, 2017, Lick Creek’s 4-H Archery Club will be hosting a Fish Fry at Lick Creek Elementary School. The event will go from 4:30 until 6:30, with all proceeds going to the club. Plates will be sold for $7.00, with each plate including fried fish, an onion slice, french fries, coleslaw, baked beans, and a hot fried biscuit. For more information, check out the flier for the…

2016-2017 Volleyball Schedule

The start of a new year can mean only one thing: The start of the volleyball season! Lick Creek School will be hosting Cairo in its first game on February 10, 2017 at 6:00 P.M. For more information about the 2016-2017 Lick Creek Eagles volleyball schedule, please consult the Volleyball page in the “Students” section.

Lick Creek Christmas Program

On December 16, before students, faculty, and staff adjourned for Christmas Break, Lick Creek School hosted its annual Christmas Program. Mrs. Elizabeth Corbit once again hosted as students from Pre-K through 8th grade serenaded the community with a selection of delightful Christmas tunes.

Fall Festival

It is that time of year again! The annual Lick Creek Fall Festival will be on Saturday, November 5th, 3:00pm – 7pm at Lick Creek School. Everyone is invited to attend – students, parents, family, friends, and it is also open to the community. Many activities are planned: games, a silent auction, pie auction, cake walk, bounce houses, raffles and more. Food will be available for purchase. BACK AGAIN –…

Baseball Season Opener

Last night, Lick Creek hosted the season opener for boys’ baseball. It was the first baseball game to be played at Lick Creek in several years and our boys did very well. I look forward to seeing our baseball and softball programs grow. Congratulations to both the boys and girls for bringing these programs back to life at Lick Creek.