Cook Memorial Library provides free literacy tutoring Tuesday - Thursday weekly from 1:45 - 4:30pm. Here is the Application for Free Tutoring and Scheduled Access to Learning Stations: https://forms.gle/ujzefuLCBq1KnKPN9 During open hours, all ages are welcome, and Literacy Center services are free of charge. Please drop in to check out our collection of available educational games and materials, and use the Literacy Center’s PCs and AWE computer learning stations. Students may stay longer than their scheduled hour. Learning packets are sent home with students for additional learning and practice. Tutors will go over materials to make sure that your student understands. Please feel free to review work on the packets with your student, as repeating helps with comprehension, and students begin using self-correcting techniques while rereading. Students who complete their packets receive prizes during their subsequent tutoring sessions! If you have questions, contact Myra via email: email@example.com, or phone: 541-962-1339.
Tomorrow is Harry Potter Day
Homecoming go off to a fun start today at lunch with a rousing game of Tug of War.
Disney Day Tomorrow!!!
The LHS Senior class participated in Senior Day of Service last Wednesday. Clean up happened all over Union County including Grande Ronde Hospital, Morgan Lake, Blue Mountain Humane Society, Pioneer Park, Union County Fairgrounds and all the LSGS elementary schools. It was a great day to be a Tiger!!!
You don't want to miss this Homecoming activity. Plan on coming out for an evening of interesting volleyball action.
Congratulations! La Grande JV Football Congratulations on your recent sportsmanship nomination. This is a recognition program that gives OSAA sport officials the opportunity to highlight the positive sportsmanship that they see on the field. Each program that receives a nomination will be eligible to receive the OSAA Sportsmanship Award for their activity, which includes 100 OSAA Cup points for your school! In a recent game, your JV Football program exhibited the great qualities that the OSAA looks for in teams, programs, and communities across the state, and your game official noticed! Way to go JV Football !!! You make us proud.
If you did not order pictures at registration, the proofs are in the front office. Please have your student stop by the office to pick them up if you are interested in ordering pictures. Any proofs not picked up by Friday, October 22, will be discarded.
Mary Walker's class took a trip to the Pumpkin Patch. Beautiful fall day!!!
GET READY FOR HOMECOMING......
PSAT is tomorrow, October 16th. Here is what you need to know: a) Doors to the science wing open at 7:30 AM and close at 8:00 AM. Please be prompt. We have to get the test started on time. I will key down the doors on the wire gate outside the science wing. b) First thing that you will need to do is find an empty tub in the hall to put your stuff in. I will ask you to fill out our Covid screening protocol and take your temperature before I let you into the testing room. If you are feeling sick, please DO NOT come in to take the test. c) You will need #2 pencils and a calculator. For the real SAT you will need ID. If I haven't had you in class before can you please either bring your ASB card or driver's license? d) Dress in layers. We will have heat, but the room could be either too hot or too cold for you. e) There are a couple of breaks during testing. You might want to bring some food that you can eat by your tub during the break (same with water). We should be done around 12:30?
Goss motors is extremely interested in taking on a couple interns-which could lead to a full/part time job. Also, they are open to job shadowing this fall for students who want to learn more about the career. Also, they mentioned the internship could possibly lead to funding a student through a mechanic program or classes. Contact Shasta Fisher in the Tiger Hub if you are interested.
BELL SCHEDULE TODAY PRIDE (ROAR) Lesson Schedule (Regular School Day) Period 1 8:20 - 9:07 Period 2 9:12 - 10:20 * Homecoming Video & Progress Reports Period 3 10:25 - 11:12 Period 4 11:17 - 12:04 Lunch 12:04 - 12:34 Period 5 12:39 - 1:26 Period 6 1:31 - 2:18 Period 7 2:23 - 3:10
We have Tiger masks at the LHS office. Two sizes - Large/Medium and Medium/Small. Price is $10 each. This is a baseball team fundraisier.
LHS Students - The heat is not working at full capacity today. DRESS WARMLY
Red Cross Blood Drive LHS will be sponsoring a Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, October 20th from 9:30 to 2:30 in the LHS gym. Students 16 years or older are eligible to donate but they MUST get the paperwork from Mr Des Jardin in Room 18. To sign up for a time please go to: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=LaGrandeHS If you have never donated before then you will first need to create an account. Please go through the main entrance of LHS at least five minutes before your donation time if you are coming from off campus so that we can document for Covid screening. If you have any questions then please call Mr. Des Jardin at 541-663-3349 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing students on Monday!
Wednesday, October 13th, is our annual Senior Day of Service. All seniors are expected to participate in this activity. There are quite a few community beautification projects that we are taking part in. Seniors need to sign up in the Tiger Hub as soon as possible.
LHS HOMECOMING WEEK IS OCTOBER 18-22. PLEASE PLAN ON ATTENDING THE ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. TELL YOUR FRIENDS - TIGER UP LA GRANDE!!!! 10/19 - JV2 & JV Volleyball vs Baker - 4 pm 10/20 - Varsity Boys Soccer vs McLoughlin - 5pm 10/21 - Varsity Football vs Ontario - 6 pm 10/22 - Volleyball vs Ontario starting at 4 pm 10/22 - Homecoming Parade - 5 pm - Adams Avenue Starting at Globe Furniture towards Max Square Public is welcome!! Come support your LHS Tigers
TIGER CARDS ARE HERE!!! Contact your favorite LHS football player to get your discount card.