2nd IPR for the 2nd Nine Weeks will be end on NOV 22nd. IPRs will be issued FRIDAY, NOV 22 during 3rd hour. 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.
EOC RETEST window begins on Dec 3rd. All students who failed a past EOC exam will have the opportunity to retest during Dec 3- Dec 18. All seniors who need to retest should see Ms. Vidrine ASAP for test date and times. Names, dates, and room assignments are will be posted outside of the counselors' office.
Senior class picture will be taken on Dec 5th. Seniors will report to the boys' gym floor at 8:00 am for line up. The first picture will be snapped at 8:15 sharp. Please plan to wear BLACK, PURPLE, or Letterman Jacket (if applicable) for picture. No hats, caps, or bonnets may be worn. Pictures will ready for purchase on Dec 6 during lunch 11:05 - 1:20. The cost range from $30-45. Be sure you plan ahead to take the picture and to purchase one!!
Graduate Sales will be on campus to collect money for senior supplies and Lettermen Jackets on Nov 22th from 11:05 am - 12:30 pm in the boys' gym concession area. Seniors should make arrangements to make their payments as soon as possible. If you are ordering only the necessities for graduation, the total cost is $115.41. If you are more than cap/gown, a $100 deposit is required to start an order.
2 Schools, 1Location: FAFSA WORKSHOP! Are you or your senior having problems with the FAFSA application? Do you need to start the FAFSA application? A FAFSA Workshop will be held on DEC 10th at Washingto Marion High School in the Library at 4:30 to 6:15 pm for students and parents who attend Washington Marion and LaGrange High School. Please bring your SS# and 2018 taxes.
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 email@example.com. Remember, FAFSA documentation is needed for graduation.
Senior Individual Make Up Day will be January 30th from 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. Check back for more information. If you have questions about your Senior Portraits that were taken by LifeTouch, please contact them at 337-984-9766. Be sure to leave a message if they do not answer so they can return your call.
WorkKeys for seniors will begin JAN 7th. Please check wall near the counselors' office and Mrs Evans office (217) for your name, date, and test site. All seniors must take the WorkKeys test. This includes any offsite senior attending T&I, W-M, Sowela, and MSU. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. B White, Ms, Vidrine, or Mrs. Evans.
You can receive up to $500 for information leading to the recovery of a gun on campus. See and Tell! Call Crime Stoppers at 337-439-2222 to report anonymously. A code will be given to you. Police, Safe School Officer, and Administration will be notified to begin the investigation.
Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Cross Country teams as they finished second in the District at the meet held on yesterday. The lady gators has a District Champion as A'myah M led all female runners. Her supporting cast were Demauria J, Ayanna J and Ashuntae A. The boys who finished 2nd were led by Akeem J, Kaden D, Shellton K, De'Andre G, and K'Vontre C. Congratulations on a successful season. Also anyone wishing to run track for the upcoming season, please see Coach LeBlanc to pick up packets and information about tryouts.
Winners in each of the three divisions (High School, Middle School, and Elementary School divisions) will be awarded $250 for 1st place; $125 for Second place; and $75 for a 3rd place prize. All MLK Essay entries must be received no later than December 27, 2019 to be considered. Contest rules and entry forms are enclosed.
Young people are a powerful force for change! As future reformers, young people have innovative ideas on how to solve the political, economic, and social problems facing their communities. The Civic Engagement Institute for Youth is designed to engage students in the legislative process and teach best practices of civic engagement. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Civic Engagement Institute for Youth , click on Read Full Story, download the application, and submit to the listed address.
After school tutoring is offered in the library from 3:15 pm to 4:30 pm on Monday-Thursday. Mon and Wed: Eng and Soc Stud; Tues and Thur: Math and Science. There is no reason for failing grades! Get help now!
LaGrange High have some exciting and new things waiting for our students for the 2019-20 school year. Click on READ FULL STORY for details.