Term 3 schedules are available on StudentVUE and ParentVUE. Please make sure your student looks over their term 3 schedule to see if it is complete. Students should stop by the counseling office with any problems.
High school students are allowed to choose their school of attendance a maximum of three times throughout their high school career. Although transferring is not recommended, the opportunity exists if the student and family believe it is appropriate. Transfers will only be granted for the beginning of each school year and would only be considered otherwise under extreme circumstances. Request to transfer must be filed by January 31 for automatic approval. High School Choice form
Parent Teacher Conferences for Term 3 are Tuesday, February 6, from 4-7 p.m.
Honors Convocation will be held Wednesday, February 21, 2018, at 8:15 a.m. in the main gym. Students participating in the Honors Convocation will receive an invitation by mail. Seniors will be honored in May at the Senior Honors Program. Three-year graduates qualifying for Honors should notify the main office if they wish to be recognized in February or at the Seniors Honors Convocation in May. Honors Guidelines
Reminder about daily attendance expectations about prom. Daily attendance may effect eligibility to purchase dance tickets. Maintaining good academic standing includes making daily attendance in classes a priority. Students must have less than the equivalent of 10 days of truancy during the current semester of prom in order to be eligible to attend the event. Parents and guardians are allowed 2 school days to make corrections to attendance records if a student is marked truant (TR) when they should have been called in for a Parent Acknowledge (PA) absence. For additional requirements for prom and dances see our Student Handbook.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 6:30-8:00 p.m., at LSW. Sue Andersen is the Community Education Coordinator and an Advocate at Voices of Hope. She has trained numerous first responders and gatekeepers on domestic and sexual violence and provided hundreds of awareness presentations throughout Lincoln/Lancaster County. Relationships contribute to the development of our youth. Friends, dating partners, parents/caregivers, teachers, coaches and other caring adults are often sources of support for youth. Characteristics such as, mutual respect, compromise, good communication and trust are all essential elements of a healthy relationship. Unsafe or unhealthy relationships can result in boundary issues, bullying or dating violence. Sue’s presentation will provide education, tools and resources as to how to best guide our children and adolescents in healthy and safe relationship development. Community members, parents and school personnel are encouraged to attend.