Los Alamitos High School Newsletter

"Believe There Is Good In The World, Be The Good"

November 19, 2021

Thanksgiving Break: November 22-26

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Technology

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

BYOD REMINDER! Parents and Students, we want to remind you to bring your devices to school EVERY DAY, fully charged.

Counseling

SENIORS OF THE WEEK


Grace Bamberg and Ozy Flores


Congratulations to our Seniors of the Week!!!

These students are selected by Los Al staff members. We are grateful for these students that represent LAHS well and exemplify one or more of the 4 A’s.

Senior College Conferences


Virtual and In-Person Senior Conferences are well underway and will continue through the fall! Appointment bookings are made through the Parent Square Portal. If you have any questions, please reach out to your child’s counselor via email.

College and Career

College Application Workshops

Do you have questions about the college application process? Specific questions about the Common App, UC, or CSU applications and deadlines? Help is here! The LAHS Counseling team will be available every Tuesday and Thursday this month in room 819, during lunch, 6th period, and after school to help you. The specific dates are November 9, 16, 18, and 30. No need to register or make an appointment; stop by for help!

Activities

Upcoming Events

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Grad Night

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PTSA

Senior Portraits

Seniors!!! Haven't taken your senior portrait yet? No worries - access the link below to schedule your on-campus senior portrait for November 20, 22, & 23.

Yearbook - Senior Ads

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Purchase Activities Cards and Yearbooks

Students can still purchase Activities Cards, Yearbooks, & Super Griffin Combo at the Activities Office or online (https://lahsmerchantstore.myschoolcentral.com).


Activities Card - $100 (approximately a $500 value)

Students discounts to LAHS games, dances, events, etc., including free admission to various LAHS events.


Yearbook - $100


Super Griffin - $180

Activities Card and Yearbook combined.

Griffin News

Griffin News 2021-2022 Episode 8 THANKSGIVING SPECIAL (Los Alamitos High School)

Arts

Dance Performance

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Choir Performance

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Orchestra Fundraiser

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Athletics

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Congratulations to our 19 Griffin Student-Athletes who signed National Letters of Intent during our Signing Day Ceremony.


Summer Allen - Cal Baptist University - Soccer

Ryan Grace - Cal Poly Pomona - Soccer

Kylee Gregory - Eastern Washington - Golf

Lindsey Harris - UC Berkley - Water Polo

Emma Haygood - Utah Valley - Softball

Carly Limosnero - Cal Baptist University - Softball

Sofia Munatones - UCSD - Water Polo

Sydney Munatones - UCSD - Water Polo

Teryn Newkirk - Boise St. - Soccer

Michael Pirrello - UC Irvine - Baseball

Ally Robbins - San Luis Obispo - Softball

Noah Roberts - USC - Volleyball

Sydney Saldana - Utah State - Softball

Jazzy Santos - UC Santa Barbara - Softball

Taylor Johnson - University of San Diego - Softball

Aurora Schuck - Washington State - Soccer

Aidan Schulten - UC Irvine - Volleyball

Diamond Sefe - Texas Tech - Softball

Olivia Villalba - St. Mary's (TX) - Soccer

LAHS Swim Tryouts

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Athletic Forms

Student Services and Attendance

Reminder from the Attendance Office

Illness/COVID Symptoms:

1. If your student is experiencing 1 low risk-symptom (e.g. stomach ache, sore throat, headache, congestion) they may return to school only after the symptom is resolved for 24 hours.

2. If your student is experiencing 2 or more low-risk symptoms or 1 high-risk symptom (e.g. cough, loss of taste, loss of smell, difficulty breathing), you must provide a negative COVID test result or medical clearance from a health care provider in order to return to school.

3. At-home COVID test kit results are not accepted. The test must be a PCR or Antigen test that is processed through a lab.

4. If your student tests positive for COVID over the Thanksgiving break, this must be reported as soon as possible to our school nurse, Cassandra Palacios. Email: cpalacios@losal.org

Bringing a Mask to School

Parents/Guardians: An increasing number of students are not bringing a mask with them to school. In fact, it is becoming difficult to keep up with the demand as we are handing out hundreds of them per day. Please help us reduce this number by providing your student with a mask when they leave home in the morning.

Bike and Skateboard Rack

Please tell your student(s) to lock up their bikes and skateboards in the bike/skateboard rack when they arrive to school in the morning. We are finding several each day that are not locked up.


Also, they should always remember to take their bikes/skateboards with them at the end of the day, especially Friday, as they are being left overnight and on weekends.