ARCHIVED EVENTS
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COLLEGE FAIRS

TBA

Bring Multiple transcripts

Bring your ACT/SAT scores

Dress for Success

Be prepared to interview

BRING YOUR "A" GAME!

PARENT RESOURCES
09 SEPT

SENIOR CLASS MEETING

Time: 10:30 am

Where: Microsoft Teams

11 NOV

SENIOR CLASS MEETING

Time: 1:00

Time: Microsoft Teams

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I am intelligent

I am articulate

I am mature

I am knowledgeable

I am non-violent

I am goal oriented

I am A Bulldog

i am somebody!

13 AUG

LHS Virtual Open House

9th Grade: 2:00-4:00 pm

10th-12th Grade: 4:30-6:30 pm

Go LHS Website for details

Many of you might initially love the freedom that distance learning bestows, but if you aren’t careful it can become a trap. If you have no formal deadlines or planned hours of study it can be very easy to start putting things off, giving yourself the illusion that you have almost unlimited time to play with.

The solution is to make a plan, and stick to it. Below are some suggestions on how to get started.

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Distance Learning

UPCOMING EVENTS
What Do High School Counselors Do?
05 OCT

FINANCIAL AID NIGHT (FAFSA)

Time: 6:30 PM

Where: Microsoft Teams

APPLY TO COLLEGE EVENT

Time: 9:45 -2:00

Time: Microsoft Teams

17 NOV
25 JAN

NAVIANCE COMPLETION EVENT

Time: 8:00 -2:00

Time: Microsoft Teams

SENIOR CLASS MEETING

Time: 10:30 AM

Time: Microsoft Teams

17 FEB
13 MAY

VIRTUAL SENIOR AWARDS PROGRAM

Time: 6:00 -6:45 PM

Time: Microsoft Teams

17 MAY

SENIOR AWARDS DRIVE-BY PICK-UP

Time: 3:00 -4:00

FRONT SCHOOL PARKING LOT

Distance Learning Tips for Success

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Establish a Good Workplace

One of the most important aspects of distance learning is finding or creating a space that is helpful and functional for you to work in. It’s important to try and remove as many distractions as possible.

Create a Schedule

Come up with a schedule! Distance learning doesn’t have to be between regular school hours. Set aside study times, break times and recreation times that make the most sense for you.

Ask for Help

Just because you can’t see your teachers, counselors, or other supports in person, doesn’t mean they don’t want to help you. Be aware of your resources and ask for help when you need it!

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