This includes; Coach contact information, athletic clearances, try-out dates, etc.
The LCUSD Grab and Go Meal program will conclude June 3rd.
Each Monday, a new material for the design challenge will be posted in the daily announcements. Using the material of the week create an original piece of art, innovation, or invention. The first week will be paperclips and the challenge is open from April 26th-May 3rd for all 7th-12th grade students. Click the title to learn more and enter.
Please join us Thursday, April 29th at 6:30 for a very special online event. Jerry Kang, professor of Asian American Studies, will survey the science of implicit biases with emphasis on real-world consequences in school systems. He will also discuss potential countermeasures. The learning objectives include greater awareness of implicit biases and how to counter them within individual and institutional contexts. The session will be recording and available for two weeks only. Reserve your spot today.
Click on the title above to read more and reserve your spot.
On 4/14/21 we held our annual Incoming 7th Grade Parent Night. Click on the link below to access the recording.
LCUSD will continue to provide Grab and Go Meals to all children at no cost. These meals include breakfast and lunch. With the 7th -12th graders returning to campus, there will be a change to the meal pick-up location. Beginning on Monday, March 29th, Grab and Go Meals will be available, as a drive-thru convenience, from 10:30 – 12:00 in the roundabout located at the 7/8 Grade drop-off gate behind the school. The entrance is accessible from Foothill Blvd. Parents/Guardians are welcome to pick-up meals for their children at the 7/8 drop-off gate.
Beginning April 13th, 7th – 12th Graders who are on campus Tuesday through Friday, are encouraged to pick-up a Grab and Go Meal from the Cafeteria between 1 -1:30 as they leave campus.
Please note that on the schedule 0-period classes for 7/8 will be in-person in the morning and virtual in the afternoon based on your grouping and whether or not you opted for all virtual instruction or in-person istruction.
Each year we revise our goals and priorities and see community feedback from students, parents, teachers, and staff. We ask for your input on this short survey: http://bit.ly/21LCAP