The LLCC Facilities Services department plans to conduct controlled burns in the prairie areas on the Springfield campus Friday, Nov. 21 as weather permits. The burns will be conducted on the upper prairie on the north side of Menard Hall, the west side of the Workforce Careers Center and on both sides of the entrance to campus. In case of inclement weather, the burns will be rescheduled.
The burns have been approved by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
Travel forms are now available in the Finance Department. The form has been updated and should be easier to complete. Please see Jill Whitney, Cheryl Sneed or Dorothy Marshall if you have any questions.
LLCC-Jacksonville’s traveling theatre, under the direction of Ken Bradbury, hits the road Thursday, Nov. 20 for a four-day tour to 16 elementary schools in the three-county area. Hundreds of students will learn a very meaningful message in this cheerful and musical play.
The Black Student Union would like to thank everyone who participated in causal day Nov. 13. All proceeds will help the American Diabetes Association in their continued effort to raise awareness surrounding diabetes throughout central Illinois.
A special multimedia presentation, “The Reunited States of America,” noon to 1:30 p.m., Trutter Center. This presentation by Wes Rediger, Ed.D., traces America’s struggle for liberty and equality through the Revolution, Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement.
On Nov. 4, the LLCC Chemistry Club spent the day at Glenwood Middle School performing demonstrations for over 300 8th graders. Twelve LLCC students participated with the goal of getting students excited about chemistry and science.
LLCC-Jacksonville’s “Students With Disabilities” class hosted its second annual Fall Festival the evening of Nov. 13. Five through 11-year-olds from the Illinois School for the Deaf and the Educational Day Care Center were invited to participate in the games and activities.
Lyn Buerkett, director of adult education, was featured in an article in the Nov. 17 issue of The Hillsboro Journal-News regarding her recent completion of the Certified Manager in Program Improvement (CMPI) training.
Jamie Stout, director of Community Education, was interviewed Nov. 18 by WUIS radio about Community Education programs.
The LLCC-Jacksonville Fall Festival hosted by the “Students With Disabilities class was featured in the Jacksonville Journal-Courier with a large photo and details of the event.