January 25 - 29 Quarter 3 Book Distribution Continues
January 28 - Last day of Quarter 2
January 29 - No School Teacher Grade Prep Day
February 1 - Start of Quarter 3 Classes
Quarter 3 Material Pick Up
Distribution Dates and Alpha by family last name:
Jan 27th 12:00-1:00--Make-up Day
Jan 28th 11:30-1:00-- Make-up Day
Jan 29th 9:00-1:00-- Make-up Day
Please make sure to have your mask on when you come to campus for either meal or materials distribution. We want to keep our staff safe and will need your help with a mask on to do this. Thanks Pacers!!
Congratulations to Lakeridge Pacer, Paris Donohoe and the LOSD Con Law Team for making it to state! Good Luck!!
Way to Go Speech and Debate at the Jean Ward Invitational Tournament! Emily Zou & Mete Bakircioglu: 14th in Open Parliamentary Debate Dash Kim & Peter Gentry: 15th in Open Parliamentary Debate Trini Marin Quiros & Megan Tian: 12th in Open Policy Debate Hannah Negri: 12th in Open Lincoln Douglas Debate
Emily Zou: 16th Speaker (out of 88!!) in Open Parliamentary Debate
Emily Zou: 2nd Open Impromptu Speaking Cathy Qin: 6th Open Programmed Oral Interpretation Cathy Qin: 8th Open Prose Reading Mete Bakircioglu: 5th Open Radio Commentary Emily Zou: 15th Open Radio Commentary
Each year libraries in Clackamas County look for help from local teens to design the Teen Summer Reading artwork. Young artists, ages 12-18, can submit their original artwork for this year’s theme: Reading Colors Your World.
The winning entry will receive a $100 cash prize and be used countywide on 2021 Teen Summer Reading materials.
Your original artwork that represents this summer's theme: Reading Colors Your World.
Submit your artwork between January 2-31.
On 8 1/2" x 11" paper or digitally sized to those dimensions
Computer-generated images may be used, but must be original
Keep your original artwork. Finalists may be required to submit for high quality scanning.
On Wednesday, January 27th the delicious and generous MOD Pizza (4811 Meadows Rd, Suite 115) is donating back 20% of Takeout, Delivery & Pick up orders to support a great cause -- Lakeridge Communicare!
On behalf of Lakeridge Communicare you’re invited to join us and eat out, not only in support of the organization, but to show one of your Lake Oswego restaurants some love too!
We ask that you RSVP here: www.groupraise.com/events/174934 (even if you’re not completely sure) so MOD Pizza knows roughly how many orders to expect & so you have access to all the event details.
We hope you can make it, and please feel free to forward this invitation to your friends and family. Thanks in advance for your support!
Get rid of your empty bottles/cans AND donate to a great cause! Lakeridge Communicare opened up a BottleDrop account to raise money for a local mental health nonprofit. If you have any questions, reach out to the numbers listed on the flyer
An Exciting Opportunity for Young Black Men
Click the link below to check out the resources and information in our Pacer Wellness Team Virtual Classroom!
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