January 4-8 - ALL Students in Comprehensive Distance Learning January 11 - Grades K-6 back On-Site! January 27 - Grades 7-12 MAY return to On-Site Learning.
Happy Holidays! There is NO SCHOOL from December 19th through January 3rd for Winter Break. Enjoy your time off. School will resume on January 4th .
The yearbook staff is looking for student submissions now that the weather has changed! As you get outside to have snowball fights, go sledding, skiing/snowboarding, etc., we want to see your photos! Please use the following form to submit your photos for the yearbook! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSegQL952CYeKAqAqIzZonaJ8qeh-m1vgrfEqCpexdUl_YnvPQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Please join La Grande School District Superintendent George Mendoza for a town hall to discuss our district's current educational situation. Date: Dec. 16, 2020 Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm Focus: General education program update including: • Current COVID-19 Data for Union County • January 2021 Educational Planning • Vaccine Survey and Distribution Where: LGSD TV (lgsd.tv) or @ the La Grande SD Facebook Page
Congratulations to LHS Senior, Riley Miller. Riley won the $30 Amazon gift card for returning his library books. Way to go Riley!!!
Christmas Break begins Monday, December 21st - January 3,2021. School resumes on Monday January 4, 2021. Have a great break!!!
Today is the last day to return library books if you want to get entered into the $30 Amazon gift card give away. Return books by 3 pm today.
It's not too late. Some last minute Christmas deals.
La Grande School District keeps you informed as inclement weather heads our way.
LHS student athlete Harley Creech soars under weights. https://www.lagrandeobserver.com/sports/local-athlete-soars-under-weights/article_aa237670-399d-11eb-bc8c-bf6cb1ee155b.html
Next week at La Grande High School. You don't want to miss the fun.
Do you have a pet that's decided to help you attend classes and get your homework done? If so, please fill out this form! The yearbook staff is asking for photos of pets helping their humans with school that could be potentially be used for the yearbook. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSexUy0y8EOTlj214mmO-9518TpGsWnQz2xoADRqu64PqqC2Vw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Fall Yearbook Submissions For our yearbook this year we are hoping that students will submit what they are doing this year in school. Some examples of this could be making salsa for Spanish class, doing online school with friends, your at home workouts for PE, and anything you've done this school year. The name, username and photo associated with your Google account will be recorded when you upload files and submit this form https://forms.gle/b3eVktytFXJvwdvX6
Don't forget to return library books by December 15th. If you return books, your name will get entered into a drawing for a $30 Amazon gift card. Drop off is easy. Enter at the K Street entrance and put your books in the box.
There will be a virtual FFA meeting on Wednesday, December 16 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am.
ACT testing will take place on Saturday, December 12th. Doors open at 7:30 and close at 8:00 AM. Students need their registration ticket, ID, calculator and a snack.
Just a reminder that the FBLA club will be having a meeting tomorrow, December 9th, at 8:30am using the link in Google Classroom. If you have not yet been invited to the Google Classroom and are interested in being a part of FBLA, please contact Ms. Prosch at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you all there!"
A LHS graduate makes the town of La Grande proud. Check it out https://www.lagrandeobserver.com/sports/la-grande-hs-star-now-utah-state-field-general/article_8f2432c4-38ad-11eb-8f85-8b07560329aa.html
LGSD will remain in Comprehensive Distance Learning with restricted Limited In-Person Instruction as we enter into our Winter Break period. Current data for Union County for (11/22/20 - 12/5/2020): Absolute case count: 156 Positivity Rate: 12.9%
OSAA ADJUSTS 20-21 CALENDAR FOR ALL ACTIVITIES New plan pushes start date to February, swaps seasons around and extends Season 1 opportunities December 7, 2020 – (Wilsonville, OR) The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) Executive Board has revised the Association’s calendar to start activities in February. The OSAA Executive Board was hopeful that the state’s landscape was going to improve when it adopted the current calendar back in August, but that has not proven to be the case as COVID-19 cases continue to rise, county risk level metrics have changed and restrictions on prohibited activities have not been lifted by the Governor’s Office and Oregon Health Authority (OHA).