E News 6-7-18

    NEW LHS Homepage :https://www.losdschools.org/Domain/17

    ALL LHS Daily Schedules: https://www.losdschools.org/domain/436



    In this message:

    • End of the Year Important Dates/Times
    • 18-19 Important Dates
    • Second Semester Final Schedule
    • Parking for Next Year
    • AP Ceramics Showcase
    • Senior Information
    • Medication Pick-up
    • Join Us Meet the Author Event
    • Library News
    • Lake Monster Robotics: Free Summer and Fall Classes
    • Summer and Fall SAT/ACT Testing Dates


    NEW LHS Homepage :https://www.losdschools.org/Domain/17

    ALL LHS Daily Schedules: https://www.losdschools.org/domain/436


    Congratulations to our seniors - We will miss them! Thanks to everyone who helped with our Amazing Graduation Celebration, we really appreciate your support, dedication and partnership!

    End of the Year Important Dates/Times

    June 8, 11, & 12:  Finals for 9th/10th/11th

    FInal Schedule Below


    2018-19 Important Dates

    August 13th; Senior registration 8-11

    August 14th: Junior registration 8-11

    August 15th: Sophomore registration 8-11

    August 16th: Freshman registration 8-11

    August 23rd: Makeup registration 12-3

    August 27th new students/freshmen start

    August 28th: First Day of School (BLUE DAY Period 1-4)


    **If a student needs to rearrange their finals based on their testing load please get yellow form in the office asap. It will need to be signed by the teachers before being turned into Desiree Fisher.


    JUNE 8th (Friday) – Exam Day #1

    Breakfast Available 8:15 to 8:50

    Period 1- 9:00 to 10:45

    Break 10:45 to 11:00

    Period 2 - 11:05 to 12:50

    Lunch 12:50 to 1:25

    Period 4 - 1:30 to 3:15

    JUNE 11th (Monday) – Exam Day #2

    Breakfast Available 8:15 to 8:50

    Period 5 - 9:00 to 10:45

    Break 10:45 to 11:00

    Period 6 - 11:05 to 12:50

    Lunch 12:50 to 1:25

    Period 8 - 1:30 to 3:15


    JUNE 12th (Tuesday) – Exam Day #3

    Breakfast Available 8:15 to 8:50

    Period 3 - 9:00 to 10:45

    Break 10:45 to 11:00

    Period 7 - 11:05 to 12:50

    No lunch service in the cafeteria

    Buses arrive at 12:55

    Prearranged/makeup exam 1:20 to 3:05

    ***Please arrange for transportation if you have a makeup exam***

    Parking for Next Year                                                  

    It is now time for current sophomores and juniors to apply for the parking lottery for the 2018-2019 school year.

    Students who will be juniors or seniors next year should sign up on the front desk of the office for the lottery. Permits cost $100.00 for the school year and are due after the lottery results are posted. You MUST have a valid driver’s licence to be awarded a parking pass.

    Attention AP Students/Parents/Guardians

    Access Your AP Scores July 5!

    Students will receive access to AP scores at 5:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 5. Remember, in order to get your AP scores, you need to sign up for a College Board account if you don’t already have one. If you have more than one account, are unable to log in, or have another problem with your account, please contact the AP Services Student Line at 888-225-5427 before July to ensure there will be no delays in viewing your scores.

    Message From our Librarian

    The school year is almost over and that means it's time to think about what to read for pleasure this summer ​!​


    Our school libraries may be closed, but our Overdrive digital library is open every day of the year, and is well stocked with ebooks and audio.​

    Please share the attached Overdrive/LOSD Digital Library flier and bookmarks with students and their families.


    ​You and your students will also find hundreds of audiobooks in the school Overdrive account, perfect for that summer road trip. Download audiobooks ​

    using the new Sora app for your mobile device. Of course, summer reading should also include print books​ from Lake Oswego Public Library. Here's the video announcement for the Teen Summer Reading Program:




    LO Public Library also has a summer reading program for grown ups.​


    Wishing you a summer full of sunshine, fun, and plenty of books!

    Medication Pick Up

    Parents please pick-up student medications on the last day of school.  The medications cannot be sent home with students. Any medications left behind will be discarded after Friday, June 15th.

    Thank you!

    Food Pantry

    Without school breakfast and school lunch services in the summer, it is important to remember that the Hunger Fighters Oregon food pantry is a great resource for families.

    Food Pantry Location:

    Lakeridge Junior High School

    4700 Jean Road

    Lake Oswego, OR 97035

    Food Pantry Hours:

    Every Saturday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm


    Clients can come twice a month

    Client Requirements:

    Clients must be able to show they have a 97034 , 97035, or 97224 zip code. Clients only need to bring proof of address on their first visit. No appointment is necessary.

    Please Note: Hunger Fighters Oregon values and protects its clients privacy. Hunger Fighters Oregon does not give client information to other non-profits or to the government.

    To learn more about the food pantry, please visit http://www.hungerfightersoregon.org/

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email hungerfightersoregon@gmail.com or Linda Mathes, Director of Food Pantry Services, at mathes.hfo@gmail.com

    Library News

    Please remind your students :

    • they need to return ALL textbooks, library books, chromebooks and calculators checked out to them before they leave for Summer, or there will be fines.
    • to clean out their lockers, this is a great place to find forgotten items such as coats, books and school supplies. We will clean out all lockers at 1pm on the last day of school after the students leave, what we find will be donated.
    • to check their library account for all things checked out to them. They can check on their phone or computer at the Lakeridge website:

    1. Click the Library tab
    2. Click Catalog
    3. Log in upper right corner
    4. Click My Info tab
    • if they have any questions please see the Librarian or email: gustint@loswego.k12.or.us

    Lake Monsters Robotics FREE Summer and Fall Classes

    • CAD Boot Camp

                    Monday, August 13 through Thursday, August 16 at 6-9 pm

    • Robo Pizza Open House for Lake Oswego Robotics Programs

                    Wednesday, September 5 at 6:30-8 pm at LHS Room F28

    • Robotics Fall Training

                    Mon. and Wed., September 10, 12, 17, 19, 24 and 26 at 6-9 pm

    Are you interested in engineering? Thinking about joining a robotics team? Want to learn CAD?

    If you’re a student in grades 9-12 who answered yes to any of these questions, join the Lake Monsters Robotics team for a free 4-day CAD Boot Camp on August 13-16 from 6-9 pm.

    LO Robotics and LOSD Community School collaborate to sponsor four high school robotics teams – three FTC teams and one FRC team (Lake Monsters). The teams have different membership requirements and practice schedules, and all four are looking for new members in the fall. CAD is one of the fundamental skills used in robotics, so the boot camp is a great way to learn a new technology, while being introduced to the different teams.

    Want to learn how robotics works? Take part in a free Robotics Fall Training with the Lake Monsters Robotics team on Monday and Wednesday nights on September 10, 12, 17, 19, 24 and 26 from 6-9 pm. At this exciting, in-depth training, you’ll learn how to use heavy machinery, software and electrical design for robots, and CAD design basics for building competition-ready robots.

    Participation is free, but students must register by July 31 to reserve a spot and receive additional information.

    To register for the CAD Boot Camp or the Robotics Fall Training (or to get more information), please send an email to lakemonsters2635@gmail.com. Please include your full name, school, grade, phone number, email and any questions – and we'll get back to you with details.


    If you are ever concerned about a student’s well-being, feel free to reach out to us. It is important to keep our lines of communication open and maintain strong partnerships with students, families, staff, and other resources.

    SafeOregon also is an effective way to report a tip regarding safety threats or potential acts of violence to our students or school.


    (Students should know that intentionally providing a false report is a serious offense.)


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