Upward Bound Selection is based upon GPA, income requirements, and whether the student will be a first-generation college student (neither parent has a 4-year degree). This program is federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Funding serves up to 72 students. Students remain in the program until they graduate from high school. Click on READ FULL STORY for more information and application.
As of today, March 26, all students working on Odysseyware for recovery courses should stop. The district has made the determination that NO grades will be accumulated during this time period or earned, accept those who are dual enrolled at McNeese, Sowela, or ABC school. More information will come in next few weeks to explain quality points toward courses for seniors. To those students who continued to work this last week, please do not look at it as a waste of time, but as an "investment" for your future post secondary option.
Still working on your FAFSA? Need some additional help completing the application? Let Career Compass help you! Please complete the form from the link and you will be contacted by a Career Compass coach. Click on Read Full Story to gain access to the form.
The end of the 3rd Nine Weeks is March 11th . Report cards will be issued March 13. In addition, you may access your grades and attendance by visiting the Student Progress Center (A+ icon)at www.cpsb.org/lagrange. Parents may contact the front office or counselors' office for PSN number to access account. *NOTE: Look for Star Fs next to course grade. Star Fs (*F) indicate you have been denied credit due to attendance and you must attend seat time. Please look for Attendance Recovery announcements or signs around the school.
Parents and Guardians: You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Service. Our school will begin utilizing the SchoolMessenger system to send text messages straight to you mobile phone. These messages will include important information abut events, school closing, safety alert, and more. To prepare for SMS notification, please ensure that your contact information is correct in Student Progress Center. Log into Student Progress Center and if prompted, update your information. An "opt-in" message will be sent in the coming weeks from 675-87. Please accept and follow the instructions. No Excuses, Stay Informed!
Go to http://office.cpsb.org. Sign in with your CPSB username and password. Benefits to using Microsoft Office 365 is OneDrive cloud storage; access to Word, Excel, and Powerpoint; digital download; remains in effect as long as you attend CPSB school.
Students who failed the 1st or 2nd nine weeks or 1st semester are eligible for Grade or Credit Recovery. Students should enter into an agreement with their teacher for Grade Recovery I-contracts. visit their school counselor, or stop by Mrs Evans office (room 217) for signup and information. This recovery is FREE. All is needed is determination and commitment from YOU.
Need help completing the FAFSA? No problem. It's only a phone call away. Contact Lela's FAFSA HELPline - (844) 463-2372. They have had tremendous success with phone completions. ALSO, Seniors, please submit your FAFSA waiver letter to Ms. White or forward FAFSA APPROVAL email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, FAFSA documentation is needed for graduation.
8:00 PM - 11:55 PM PROM - Civic Center
9:15 AM - 11:30 AM Senior Academic Success Program and Academic Signing