News from LCHS
Reminder: Friday, May 25th is a make-up day for final exams. If students have completed all of their work and final exams, they do not need to attend school Friday.
We are excited for the 8th grade continuation celebration on Friday and graduation on Saturday. Please come and celebrate these students’ successes with us.
Watch for next school year’s registration materials for online registration to be mailed over the summer.
We will be reorganizing crews next year to better balance crew numbers and be more responsive to students and parents. You will learn who your new crew leader is this summer (in the information about online registration) and will have a chance to meet with them in August before school starts.
Speed and agility training will begin May 29. It will go all summer long every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 PM until 6:45 PM at the community field.
All drills are beneficial to all sports, male and female athletes alike. Also available to all grade levels from 6th to 12th+.
Speed training will consist of sprinting as well as sprinting with speed bag and speed parachute.
Agility training will consist of cone drills, step over hurdles and step over bags. It helps with rapid change of direction foot work and speed burst.
LCSD Budget Introduction: Are you curious about the Lake County school district budget, for example where the money comes from and how we spend it? Please join us on Monday, June 4th at 6pm at LCHS for an overview of our funding and also how state education funding works in Colorado. All are welcome. Please see more information attached. The Board of Education will be considering our FY19 budget for adoption the following week, on Tuesday, June 12th at 7pm at the district office.
Panther of the Week: Josh Rivera
Josh Rivera is generally a great kid and multisport athlete. He went to state in track for the first time this year and was 6th in the 3200m with a 10:19. Please congratulate him as you see him in the community. He will have lunch with the Lion’s club and will be featured with other Panthers of the Week in the Herald Democrat.
Panther of the Week is organized by Panther Pride and seeks to recognize outstanding students for work in athletics, extracurricular activities or academics. Students are nominated by teachers and parents.
A New Way to Support LAKE COUNTY SCHOOLS
LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT is excited to announce a new partnership with DriveSafe Driving Schools. With your student’s participation, we will raise money for our school!
We are now offering the DriveSafe State-certified online program for only $55.
The online course is 100% online, no textbooks or software needed. It is self-paced and your student can view it on any device, anytime. The course has easy to follow lessons and is fully interactive with animations, games, and videos.
To enroll in the online program, http://lakecountyschools.bedrivingus.com/enroll
State law requires that all 14 ½ to 15 ½ year-olds take a 30-hour driver’s education course and pass a permit test to get their driver’s permit. Enroll now through LAKE COUNTY SCHOOLS and help raise funds for our school.
Students of Lake County School District will also receive a .25 elective credit upon completion.
Call Katherine Kerrigan with questions, 719-486-6934!
May 25 8th Grade Promotion @ LCHS Auditorium 2:00
May 25 Final Exam/Make up day
May 26 Graduation @ LCHS Gymnasium 10:00