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LPSS GIFTED PROGRAM AT LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL
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 Students enrolled in an Academy who would like to EXIT the program at the end of the 2016-2017 school year may go to the link  www.tinyurl.com/socsummerexit to complete the EXIT request.  Be aware!  Once you EXIT the Academy you will be enrolled to your HOME ZONE SCHOOL.  There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to enroll back into the Academy once you EXIT.  If you child fails out of an Academy, the administrative rule will NOT apply and the child will transition back to their Zoned School.

 

PARENT SURVEYS

TITLE 1 COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT  

TITLE 1 PARENT INVOLVEMENT SURVEY

STUDENT SURVEY 

 TITLE 1 COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT

 PLEASE RESPOND TO THE SURVEYS BY MAY 14

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION 

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'A' RATED SCHOOL AGAIN

CONGRATULATIONS MIGHTY LIONS OF LAFAYETTE HIGH

 

 SUMMER SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES

High School Virtual Summer School - Removal of Deficiencies 
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
June 1 - June 30, 2017
Daily Schedule
Session 1:  7:30am - 11am 
Session 2:  11:30am - 3pm
Northside High School
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTRATION AND COURSES OFFERED
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Do You Want YourChild To Use Technology?

 STUDENT ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY

This policy outlines the use of school computers and Internet. Students who have not turned in a signed acceptable use policy will be blocked from using technology at school.  You may sign and turn in to your homeroom teacher Page 3 of your Student Handbook given out the first day of school or you may sign the Digital Form available through the link below.

STUDENT ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY DOCUMENT 

 
 

NEW STUDENT DRESS CODE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR

TOPS
Black Polo Style or Black/Kelly Green t-shirt purchased from LHS BOTTOMSKhaki or Navy pants, shorts, or skirts (No Black)
OUTER WEAR
Sweat Shirts/Hoodies purchased from LHS in Kelly Green or Black OR a SOLID BLACK color

(see attached approval letter from LPSS)

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PRINTABLE PDF VERSION


                        
PSYCHOLOGY SUMMER READING
Be Prepared ~  Get Ahead
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English Summer Reading.
Be Prepared. Get Ahead
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2017-2018 State Testing
EOC  Fall - TBA
ACT / PLAN - TBA
EOC Sprint - TBA

Important Documents

2016-2017 LHS Student Handbook

2017 - 2018 Student Handbook (coming soon) 

2017-2018 School Holidays
Labor Day - Sept 4, 2017
Fall Break - Oct 20, 2017
Thanksgiving - Nov 20 - 24, 2017
Christmas - Dec 25, 2017 - Jan 5, 2018
Martin Luther King Day - Jan 15, 2018
Mardi Gras - Feb 12 - 14, 2018
Spring Breaka/Easter - Mar 30 - Apr 6 - 21, 2018

                       

 LHS Important 2017-2018 Dates

First Day of School - Aug 9, 2017

Graduation - May 19, 2018
Last Day of School - May 23, 2018

 2017-2018 End of 9 weeks
End 9 Wks          Prog.Rep          Rep.Cards
Oct 10               Sept 8                Oct 17
    Dec 22               Nov 14              Jan 12     
Mar 15               Feb 8                 Mar 22
    May 23               Apr 24               May 24
    

 2017-2018
Parent/Teacher Conferences
                       
Oct 19, 2017 - 11am - 7pm
Dec 13, 2017 - 11am - 7pm

Teacher In-Service (No School for Students)
Nov 1, 2017
Jan 31, 2018

 Parent Access to
Student Progress Center
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Links Available at Bottom Left of Menu
2017 - 2018 Academic Calendar
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Thanks M/M Shop Exxon #2 and Manning Menard Oil Company

Thanks to the efforts of the M/M Shop Exxon #2 and Manning Menard Oil Company, Lafayette High School has been awarded a $500 Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance grant.  Dr. Donald Thornton Jr. recently accepted the check from M/M Shop, located on the corner of Ambassador Caffery & Johnston Street.  The grant funded by Exxon Mobil Corporation helps provide retailers an opportunity to invest in the future of community schools.