LHS Soccer teams are hosting a soccer camp! Check out the flyer and get signed up.
3 days ago, Holli Needham
Soccer Camp
SENIORS! The Senior Class Banquet is coming up fast! Get ready for dinner, music and awards! Held at Urban Vine , May 30th at 6pm. *wear appropriate beach day attire*
4 days ago, Mandy Hood
Senior banquet
EOU Athletics and La Grande Parks & Rec are hosting the "Kickin' It Into Gear" activities and games day on June 8th from 10 AM to Noon at Pioneer Park. For more info, contact Malia Mills at 541-962-3427 or mmills@eou.edu
7 days ago, Deb Comfort
A foam finger with the #1 and text of:EOU Athletics and La Grande Parks & Rec are hosting the "Kickin' It Into Gear" activities and games day on June 8th from 10 AM to Noon at Pioneer Park. For more info, contact Malia Mills at 541-962-3427 or mmills@eou.edu
La Grande Swim Club's Summer Swimming is starting June 10, 2024. Contact Shannon Donovan at smdonovan5678@gmail.com for more information or to sign up for a two- week trial!
8 days ago, Deb Comfort
photo of a boy swimming with text about summer swimming with La Grande Swim Club
Congratulations to the La Grande High School Wind Ensemble!! They placed 4th at the 2024 Oregon State Band Championships! Way to go Tigers!!
11 days ago, Deb Comfort
photo of the LHS Wind Ensemble at Oregon State Band Championships
Immunization Data for Union County and each of our schools has been posted on our websites. Please view the documents here: https://www.lagrandesd.org/documents/immunization-data/630045
13 days ago, Deb Comfort
News from the La Grande School District over the image of Mt Emily
Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month in Schools and Beyond AAPI Heritage Month is a time to honor the rich tapestry of Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures. Schools can be a powerful platform for celebration and learning. Here are a few ideas: Embrace Diversity: Highlight the vastness of the AAPI community. Plan activities that showcase the unique traditions, languages, and histories of various Asian and Pacific Islander groups. Spark Curiosity: Feature books by AAPI authors or incorporate folktales from different regions into the curriculum. Organize movie nights featuring AAPI films or invite guest speakers to share their cultural experiences. Create a Safe Space: Discuss the importance of cultural sensitivity and bystander intervention. Encourage open dialogue about the challenges faced by AAPI communities, including recent incidents of racism. Care Solace is Here for You We understand that navigating mental health challenges can be difficult, especially for those feeling isolated or misunderstood. Care Solace is committed to providing culturally sensitive care to everyone in need. Our comprehensive network of providers includes professionals of diverse backgrounds and treatment approaches. If you or someone you know wants to be connected to a mental health care provider, contact Care Solace, a complimentary and confidential mental health care coordination service provided by La Grande School District: Call 888-515-0595. Multilingual support is available 24/7/365. Visit www.caresolace.com/lagrande and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
13 days ago, Deb Comfort
colorful triangles in a border  above and below the text: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
The Class of 2024 Pathway Completers will be honored at a ceremony tonight at 6:00 in the auditorium. Seniors who completed one or more pathways during their high school career will be recognized during this fun event, the first of many celebrations this month. If your senior completed a pathway, an invitation was sent to their home address. Students and families are encouraged to attend. If your senior has a baseball or softball game today, they can arrive in uniform because we want all completers to attend! The ceremony should last for about an hour. Cupcakes will be available to go after the ceremony!
14 days ago, Mandy Hood
Mental Health Awareness Month For Mental Health Awareness Month, we have an opportunity to break the stigma around mental health in our campus by talking openly, compassionately, and kindly to each other. No one should ever struggle alone. School staff are the backbone of student well-being, but remember that you also can’t pour from an empty cup. During Mental Health Awareness Month, NAMI joins the mental health community to reaffirm our commitment to building our understanding of mental illness, increasing access to treatment and ensuring those who are struggling know they are not alone. If you or someone you know wants to be connected to a mental health care provider, contact Care Solace, a complimentary and confidential mental health care coordination service provided by La Grande School District: Call 888-515-0595. Multilingual support is available 24/7/365. Visit www.caresolace.com/lagrande and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone. Don’t hesitate to ask for help, use the resources around you, and never give up hope.
15 days ago, Deb Comfort
green ribbon with text stating mental health awareness month. 4 bullet points in the shape of a heart at take time outside, prioritize rest, check on your friendes and remember you are not alone.
Don't forget to check out the LMS Plant Sale at the NEW LMS Greenhouse! Great variety, great customer service and they will even load your car!! Thursday, May 9th from 8 AM to 5 PM Friday, May 10th from 8 AM to 5 PM Saturday, May 11th from 8 AM to 12:00 PM Don't forget Mother's Day is Sunday, May 12th!!
19 days ago, Deb Comfort
customer shopping the LMS Plant Sale
customers shopping at the plant sale
Students helping customers at the plant sale
Student taking plants to a  customner's car
Congratulations to LHS Tigers Girls Golf for winning districts and moving on to the State tournament at Tokatee Golf Course in Southern Oregon on May 13th and 14th!
19 days ago, Mandy Hood
Girls golf districts
Thank you to Nurse Amy and Nurse Jacey!!! LGSD is honored to recognize the best School Nurses around! Happy School Nurse Day!!
20 days ago, Deb Comfort
red apple with a bandaid on it with text stating national school nurse day
Please join us in celebrating our amazing La Grande School District Teachers!! Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5-11, 2024.
24 days ago, Deb Comfort
Thank you teachers in text with date of may 5-11. Images of school related items, an alarm clock, pencils, compass, magnifying glass and apple
UPDATE: Arrival time for Choir is approximately 11:15 pm!
25 days ago, Holli Needham
LHS Families, Friends and Supporters!!! Help us welcome the 4A STATE CHAMPION CHOIR back to La Grande. Meet at Max Square at approximately 10:45 tonight!!! See you all tonight at Max Square to celebrate!
25 days ago, Holli Needham
Today, Friday, May 3rd, is National School Lunch Hero Day!! Please remember to thank each of our school lunch heros!!!
26 days ago, Deb Comfort
Lunch Lady cartoon graphic
Text stating school lunch hero
school lunch hero day with 4 lunch heroes
Congratulations to LHS's "The Classmen": Lindsey Butler, Senior; Eliza Durfee, Junior; Alan Butler, Sophomore; Michael Yiftheg, Freshman, who placed 2nd in the state of Oregon in the Oregon Mixed Small Ensemble Category!! Go Tigers!
29 days ago, Deb Comfort
Photo of  "The Classmen" , Lindsey Butler,  Eliza Durfee, Alan Butler, Michael Yiftheg,outdoors in front of flowers
Come see the LHS Spring Production of Out of the Frying Pan on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th at the LHS Auditorium. House opens at 6:30 PM and show starts at 7 PM. Tickets are available at the door- $5 per person or $15 for a family.
about 1 month ago, Deb Comfort
image of 6 people standing near a hand on the floor, a pillow with a bloody knife and a book with the text: Come see the LHS Spring Production of Out of the Frying Pan on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th at the LHS Auditorium. House opens at 6:30 PM and show starts at 7 PM. Tickets are available at the door- $5 per person or $15 for a family.
La Grande High School Spring Play 04-24-24 La Grande High School is putting on a spring play entitled “Out of the Frying Pan.” The production is described as a classic comedy by Francis Swann and is directed by Robert Gould and McKayla Rollins. The play will be performed Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27, both at 7 PM (House opens at 6:30 PM) in the LHS Auditorium. The play is open to the public. Tickets are $5 per person or $15 per family. LHS hopes everyone will attend this great show and support the students and staff who have worked hard to make it happen! ###
about 1 month ago, Deb Comfort
image of 6 people standing near a hand on the floor, a pillow with a bloody knife and a book with the text: Come see the LHS Spring Production of Out of the Frying Pan on Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th at the LHS Auditorium. House opens at 6:30 PM and show starts at 7 PM. Tickets are available at the door- $5 per person or $15 for a family.
A big thank you to Furniture NW and Chris Lohman Construction for donating lunch for both Baker and La Grande Varsity and JV Softball programs this Friday!
about 1 month ago, Holli Needham
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