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  • Yosemite Permission Slip
    Get your Yosemite Permission Slip signed ASAP!
    Posted Sep 4, 2019, 4:14 PM by Old Account Sindel
  • AP and Honors Summer Reading

    Please be sure that you finish the following summer reading assignments by the first day of school, Monday, August 19. All juniors and seniors taking AP English Literature, AP U.S. History or Honors World History classes must complete following reading and note-taking assignments:

    AP English Language & AP U.S. History:

    Honors World History:

    The note-taking assignment is due on August 19 and you will be tested on your understanding of the texts later in the week. You will receive credit in English classes as well as U.S. History for these summer assignments once school begins.

    Note-Taking Assignment

    In order to give you credit for taking notes and reading actively and to ensure that you read carefully, you will be given points in history and English classes for taking notes.

    For English: Use post-its to annotate (mark passages and write notes/thoughts on specific lines of your books--be reflective and analytical, don’t summarize). Be sure that your notes are thorough enough. You should mark something with a post-it at least every ten pages and have several more in-depth reflections. Express your opinion and analyze more than you summarize.

    For History: Read the two textbook chapters and take notes using the Cornell Notes format on a separate sheet of paper or a computer. At the end of each section there will be a reflection question. Most of your grade will be tied to your reflections and review. Use the vocabulary and essential questions sheet to help with this. We will have a quiz the first week of school and you will be able to use your notes for the quiz.

    Due Date: Tuesday August 19, 2019

    Tips for Summer Reading

    • Please don’t wait until the last minute, but the book should be fresh in your mind at the beginning of the school year. We recommend beginning reading around July 19. This will give you one month to finish the books.

    • Read carefully and actively; don’t just breeze through the book. You will be responsible for a test and several writing assignments on the texts, so you need to remember details. Use the required note-taking assignment to help you read actively.

    • All together you will be able to earn a great deal of points from the summer reading (a comprehension test, the note-taking assignment, and a few writing assignments once school begins), so read carefully and enjoy the books.

    • If you have any questions or feel like you don’t fully understand the assignment, please call or email Ms. Taylor (920-1678 - or Mr. Godoy (914-3328 -

    Posted Jul 27, 2019, 9:43 AM by James Godoy
  • Spring Finals 2019
    • 8:00 - 10:15
      • Period 2 Finals
        • Government 11/12
        • AP English
        • Geometry
        • Spanish 1
    • 10:30 - 12:45
      • Period 5 Finals
        • World History
        • English 9
        • Chemistry
    • Lunch
    • Dismissal at 3:14
    • 8:00 - 10:15
      • Period 1 Finals
        • AP US Government
        • English 11/12
        • Algebra 1
        • Spanish 1
        • Biology
    • 10:30 - 12:45
      • Period 3 Finals
        • Geography
        • English 10
        • AP Calculus
        • Spanish 3
    • Lunch
    • Dismissal at 3:14
    • 8:00 - 10:15
      • Period 6 Finals
        • Algebra 2
        • PE
    • 10:30 - 12:45
      • Period 4 Finals
        • Computer Science
        • PreCalculus
        • Spanish 2
        • Physical Science
    • Lunch
    • 1:27 - 3:14
      • Period 7 Finals and Make Up Finals
    Posted May 15, 2019, 2:43 PM by James Godoy
  • 2019 College Trip

    Departing Thursday day May 2nd- Returning Friday May 3rd


    Thursday May 2nd

    • 10:00 am LVHS students depart for Bridgeport
    • 10:45 am LVHS and Bridgeport students depart for CHS
    • 11:45 am All students depart for lunch at park
    • 12:45-1:30 pm-Lunch at John Mankins Park. Sandwiches from Port of Subs
    • 2:00-3:00 pm Tour of WNC
    • 4:00-5:00 pm Tour of UNR
    • 5:30 pm Dinner at Johnny Rockets at the GSR
    • 7:00-9:00 pm Bowling at GSR 2500 E 2nd St, Reno, NV, 89595
    • 9:15 pm Depart for hotel- Holiday Inn Express 2375 Market Street NV 89502 775-229-7070
    • 9:30 pm Locked down for the night in rooms


    Friday May 3rd

    • 8:00 am Breakfast at hotel
    • 8:45 am Depart for SNC
    • 10:00-11:30 am Tour of SNC
    • 12:45-1:45 pm Lunch @ Chicago Mikes Pizza
    • 2:45 pm arrive at CHS
    • 3:45 pm arrive at Bridgeport
    • 4:30 pm arrive at LVHS

    Parents will be called with an ETA if not on schedule


    What to bring:

    • -Comfortable shoes! We will be walking quite a bit on our tours.
    • -Water bottle
    • - Sun block, hat, sunglasses, jacket, beanie
    • - Dress code appropriate clothing. Clothing for all weather
    • -Spending money is not necessary but is optional to buy extra snacks and souvenirs
    • -A sleeping bag if you do not want to share a bed
    • -Toiletries
    • -Prescription medication: This will need to be labeled and given to a chaperone at the beginning of the trip. It will need to be administered by an adult.

    What not to bring:

    • -Anything you are not allowed to bring to school, i.e. pocket knives, illegal substances, etc.


    • -Stay with group at all locations
    • -Respect dress code
    • -Respect school rules
    • -Represent ESUSD well in public
    • -Boys and girls may not enter each other’s rooms
    • -No exiting rooms during curfew

    If students do not comply with these expectations, parents will be called to pick them up and they may face suspension. However, we are fortunate to have a great group of students and we are confident they will all have a great trip!



    Posted Apr 30, 2019, 3:26 PM by James Godoy
  • Speech Contest
    LVHS Speech Contest: Thursday Feb. 7 at 6:30, Room 1
    Posted Feb 1, 2019, 4:44 PM by Sarah Taylor
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