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Veterans' Day 2017

As part of their annual Veterans' Day observance, CSF members placed markers around the LP campus to honor recent LPHS grads who are currently serving in the military. Other trees around campus have markers listing family members who have served in the past.


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Get your tickets now. Go to the ASB office for details.
Senior Package Holders: be sure to bring your clearance paper to ASB to be put on the bus list for GRAD NITE!


Day 2 of First Aid/ CERT CPR training is this Saturday. Lunch may be purchased for $2. See Ms. Bailey for details.


LPHS' fall blood drive is December 14th in the gym. Donors must be 15 years of age or older and all senior who donate twice this year qualify for a graduation honor cord. Holidays are for giving. Give the gift of life this season.  See a HOSA member for details.


This is National School Psychology Awareness Week, November 13–17, 2017, the theme of which is “Power Up! Be a Positive Charge.The phrase “Power Up!” emphasizes each individual’s ability to plug into the talents, skills, behaviors, and mindset that will help them grow and contribute to the quality of their school and broader community. A key objective is to teach adults and children that they have the power to bring about positive changes, both for themselves as individuals and for their communities as members of classrooms, peer groups, families, teams, and clubs. What strategies can you take to Power Up and contribute to the classroom or school community?