Class of 2019 Important Information
Participation in Senior Week is a privilege afforded to students in good standing as a reward for their hard work throughout their high school career. It is a time of celebration and bonding and for many, a chance to enjoy some down time with their friends. In order for this opportunity to be given, students must meet certain criteria for participation. This document contains information for all students to be aware early on of what those expectations are.
Students wishing to participate:
-must have the minimum number of credits to be considered a senior.
-must not have served more than 10 days of ISS/OSS for the school year.
-must not be in ISS the week of senior week.
-must have less than 10 unexcused absences from school (this particular criteria is also a requirement to be eligible to attend the prom)
-must not need more than 3 classes in summer school to graduate. This will be determined at the end of the 3rd nine weeks of school.
-must not owe books, online fees, cafeteria fees or media center fines
Students who are dual enrolled will participate in Senior Week if they so choose. They will have their own team, and Mrs. Sprouse will be their faculty sponsor. She will meet with those dual enrolled students to help them with the details of forming this team. If you are interested and want to get a head start, feel free to contact Mrs. Sprouse through email.
Seniors 2019. Start your senior year off right.
1. For official senior picture information, go to www.carkoe.com.
Carter Koenig is the school's official yearbook and school photographer. Every senior MUST have pictures taken with Carter Koenig for use in the yearbook and Parent Portal.
If you do not schedule a session in June or July, you will attend the make-up session, which is a very limited photoshoot held during the school day.
You must submit your choice for your casual picture to Carter Koenig by August 11th.
2. JOIN THE SENIOR CLASS REMIND! Text @lhs19snrs to 81010.
3. All parents should plan to attend the Senior Information night August 23rd at 6:30 in the auditorium. Topics discussed
- Senior english teachers will discuss the senior project
- Balfour will discuss graduation fees, apparel, and invitations
- Guidance counselors will discuss college applications, scholarships, FAFSA, dates of note, etc.