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Last Updated: 11/4/2021 7:52 PM







Any senior not in Ms. Collins' class should see her after school this week to sign the back of the senior shirt and pick up an order form.  


Students interested in taking the ACT at LHS on Saturday, December 11th, please see Mrs. Johnson.  The registration deadline is tomorrow!


Students, if you are struggling academically or need some help, please consider going to ESS.  ESS will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately after school. 

ESS will be held in Ms. Gordon’s room H112 today from 3:15 – 4:15.


Seniors, need help completing your FAFSA?  LHS will be hosting a FAFSA workshops this Saturday from 10 - Noon.  This is a wonderful time for families to get individualized help.  Seniors who complete their FAFSA by December 1st get a special lunch!  If you are attending, please bring your Chromebook!


Support the football team tomorrow by wearing all black and carry your books in anything but a backpack! Let’s see how creative you can get!


Tickets for the game tomorrow night are $6 for adults and $3 for students.


Please do not forget to charge your Chromebooks at night.  You should be bringing your Chromebook to school fully charged every day.  If you think your charger is broken or if you have lost it, see Ms. Mahan in the high school office.


Breakfast tomorrow:

Cereal and toast, orange slices, milk


Lunch tomorrow:

Pulled pork bbq, cole slaw, steamed vegetables, applesauce, milk

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