Lithia Lion News

Volume 1, Issue 7

Welcome Back to School!


We have gotten off to a great start for the second semester! Allow me to express my deep appreciation for the diligence of staff members and the compliance of our students with our Covid-19 protocols. By doing so, we have been successful in limiting the number of COVID-19 cases arising from the actual school building. The efforts of our Administrators, Clerical Staff, Health Monitor, and Central Office Personnel have been phenomenal, which has allowed our school to stay open with minimal disruption. I am also pleased to announce that we now have a Full-Time School Nurse that will assist greatly in keeping us healthy.

Additionally, I want to give a very BIG THANK YOU to our custodians who have worked tirelessly to clean and sanitize our building. Although digital Fridays add some frustration for teachers, students, and parents; it is essential in maintaining our safety and well-being.

Lastly, I appreciate your continued patience and support as we move into the final stretch of the year. We are making progress every day in providing the best quality instruction possible in the midst of a global pandemic This is due to the diligent work of the entire Lithia Lion Family. I encourage you to continue to reach out to your student's teachers if you need assistance on Fridays through the Sign-up Genius links provided by the teachers. It is imperative that students are completing ALL ASSIGNMENTS on a weekly basis! We will continue to use Fridays to only focus on essential skills through our Clean Up The M.E.S.S. process which is outlined in the below section of this newsletter. This also serves to reduce the burden some at home while all students are in a virtual environment. The grade book data from the first semester indicates that students who are consistently completing all assignments and connecting with their teachers on Fridays are showing higher grades and assessment scores! Thank you to those who are working hard everyday to ensure each assignment and activity is completed! Lets continue working to make Lithia Springs HS the best place to Educate, Motivate, and Elevate!


Principal Joshua


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Douglas County School System Survey

Please help us by providing feedback that will be used to develop the strategic plan, which will guide the Douglas County School System for the next five years.

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The survey will take 5-10 minutes, and your input will be anonymous. Thank you for your help as we work to provide the best educational experience possible for our students.

Queridos padres y guardianes,

Ayúdenos proporcionando comentarios que se utilizarán para desarrollar el plan estratégico, que guiará el Sistema Escolar del Condado de Douglas durante los próximos cinco años.

Enlace en inglés

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La encuesta tomará de 5 a 10 minutos y sus comentarios serán anónimos. Gracias por su ayuda mientras trabajamos para brindar la mejor experiencia educativa posible para nuestros estudiantes.

Resource for Parents

School Based Health Clinic Info:

The phone line is set up to take voice mails for the 770-651-2273 number. There is also a google form available to request an appointment. Below is the link or you can go to their website if you need it in the future.

Breakfast and Lunch on Friday, Anyone!

To provide more meals to students, we will distribute breakfast and lunch grab n go bags on Thursdays for students to enjoy on Fridays!

The bags will be available to students as they are dismissed to the bus loading area and student pickup lane every Thursday afternoon. Should you prefer not to have the meal, we ask that it be shared with another student in your community.

Example bag would include:

week 1:

breakfast- cereal + cheese stick + milk +fruit

lunch- PBJ + cheese stick + sport bites (cheez-it for HS) + glazed carrot + milk + frozen strawberry cup.

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Le'Ashia Miller

Le'Ashia Miller is an A student who participates in class consistently and interacts with peers and adults courteously. As a role model, she encourages other students to participate in activities and demonstrate how to be a stellar Lithia Lion. She played basketball on the Factory Shoals MS team and volunteers her time to feed the homeless through her church.
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Nia Simon

Nia Simon is a 12th-grade STEM student at Lithia Springs High School. She has a 3.9 GPA, is in the top 2% of her class, and will graduate with no less than seven advanced English credits, ten advanced science credits, and five advanced math credits. Not only will she have completed both the Biomedical Science and Engineering STEM pathways, but, upon turning 18, she will be eligible to become a licensed Emergency Medical Technician. Outside of the classroom, Nia is involved in a variety of organizations, including Robotics (in which she serves as a team captain), National Honors Society, National Mathematics Honors Society, Healthcare Occupation Students of America, and Technology Student Association. She is a passionate reader, who enjoys running and drawing when she's not helping to make Lithia Springs High School a great place to "Educate, Motivate, and Elevate!"