Pacer E News

The Week of September 12 - 16, 2022

This Week's Schedules

Monday, September 12th: A Day Regular Schedule

Tuesday, September 13th: B Day Regular Schedule

Wednesday, September 14th: A Day AM Pacer Time Schedule

Thursday, September 15th: B Day Early Release Schedule

Friday, September 16th: A Day Regular Schedule

Come Prepared!!

Starting Monday 9/12, the library will no longer loan out chromebooks/chargers to students.

You can get a replacement if yours is broken or having issues but coming to school without one and checking one out for the day is no longer an option

Students can come up to the library to charge their chromebooks at our "Chromebook Portable Charging Station" located at the librarian's desk.

2023 Senior Photos due Nov. 1

Class of 2023! It's time to submit your senior photo to the Lakeridge Yearbook! Please see for instructions on how to submit your photo.

Photos are due Nov. 1.


Hello parents of 12th graders! College application season is upon us! All 4 LHS counselors will be in 12th grade English classes Sept 12-16th to present helpful information on senior year, grad requirements, transcripts, and the college application process. We are also happy to announce two parent nights for you to get valuable information on and learn about the timelines, tasks, and to do's for the college application and financial aid process:

Senior Parent Night is Thursday, October 15th at 6:30pm in the Rotunda

Agenda: Transcript Review, College Application Information, Naviance Due Dates and Tasks, and Q and A. Presented by: LHS Counselors

Financial Aid Night is Tuesday, October 20th at 6:30 pm in the Rotunda

Agenda: Types of Financial Aid, FAFSA, Oregon State Aid and Oregon Promise, Due Dates and Tasks, followed by Q and A. Presented by: Jennifer Satalino- The College Place Director of Oregon and Teresa Panet Raymond- College and Career Coach at LHS

Catching Up with Pacer Athletics

SDA Art Fund Raiser

The Lakeridge Students Demand Action team is putting together a charity art auction on Friday, September 23rd, from 6-8PM. All proceeds will go to SMYRC, an LGBTQIA+ youth shelter and counseling center located in metro Portland. Join us in the Lakeridge High School auditorium to support the queer youth community and celebrate our local & student artists

Back to School Night

September 21st from 6:00 - 9:00

Come to our general session at 6 and then visit all 8 of your student's classes to meet the teachers and hear more about the great things your kids are doing and learning. Can't wait to see you there!

Pacer Athletic Club Update


What a great start to our Pacer fall athletic season! With high school and youth fall sports in full swing, it is great to see that our students have benefited directly from PAC efforts over this past year. And how about sitting under that fabulous stadium?

Click here to see how the $78,000 we raised has impacted our community.

2022/2023, we are already on the move! We are using your registration donations to help our Pacer teams with equipment. Each season we reach out to coaches and ask them what they need to run a successful program.

WHAT’S NEXT? Be on the lookout for our next big community fundraising event. This event aims to help raise funds to upgrade the LHS locker rooms used by all students at Lakeridge High School!

If you want to purchase a banner, get involved, donate or have an idea, please email us at

Check us on Facebook, Instagram, or the Lakeridge High School Website.

College Visits at Lakeridge

College Visits are happening in-person this week!

Explore Colleges! Find what you're looking for in a college. Bring your questions...

College Visits September 12th - 16th

University of Denver 9/12 8:00 AM

Linfield University 9/13 11:30 AM

Marquette University 9/13 12:30 PM

Boston University 9/13 3:30 PM

Grand Canyon Univ 9/14 12:30 PM

Yale University 9/15 8:00 AM

Lehigh University 9/16 8:00 AM

*please see attachment for how to attend college visits at Lakeridge

Parking On Campus

On Campus/LDS Parking Permits have been assigned to all of those who applied in the spring.

JJ Elske will reach out to students on the waitlist when/if spots become available.

Because of the large enrollment of the senior class, parking is not offered to juniors this year.

If a student does not have a parking permit to park in one of the lots:

EVERY numbered spot is a reserved staff/student spot from 7:15am to 3:30pm. If you do not have a parking permit please:

Get to campus early to park on the street in front of the school

Get to campus early and park at Hazelia and walk 10 min to campus

Get to campus early and park respectfully on side streets 10 feet AWAY

from driveways, crosswalks, mailboxes and fire hydrants and plan to walk 10 minutes to campus only in neighborhoods where parking is permitted. Cloverleaf is a NO parking zone!

There is no parking in the LDS church lot without a permit.

On Campus parking spaces MAY look open but students have late arrival, cadet teaching, work and come to school at different times during the day. Do NOT park in an on campus spot if it has not been assigned to you.

Parking tickets will be given to students who do not abide by school rules regarding parking.

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Class of 2024 Sign Up to take the PSAT

Students may now sign up to take the PSAT/NMSQT at Lake Oswego High School on Saturday, Oct. 15.

It's time to sign up for the PSAT/NMSQT for any junior (or sophomore*) student that is interested. The PSAT/NMSQT will be given on October 15, 2021, at 8:30 am at Lake Oswego High School.

There is a $20 fee for our students to take the test. We will prioritize testing juniors this year. *As space allows, we may have space for some sophomores. You must sign up in advance (deadline 9/30) by filling out the Google form: PSAT Signup

PSAT Payment $20 can be paid here or at the bookkeeper’s window at LHS.

Sophomores SHOULD NOT PAY the $20 fee until they have been confirmed that a test will be available for them. Sign up now and you will be notified by email.

What is the PSAT test?

The PSAT/NMSQT - Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test is a standardized test administered by the College Board and cosponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation in the United States. It is a good practice test for the SAT. The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) measures what you're learning in school, determines if you're on track, and opens doors for opportunities to prepare and pay for college.

The PSAT/NMSQT has three tests: the Reading Test, the Writing and Language Test, and the Math Test. Test length is about 2 hours 45 minutes.

Practice for the PSAT/NMSQT

Reporting An Incident

Parents-guardians who have concerns about a student’s well-being are encouraged to reach out to their principal, and to maintain strong lines of communication and partnership between students, families, staff, and other resources. SafeOregon is also an effective way to report a tip regarding safety threats or potential acts of violence to our students or schools. Students should also be aware that intentionally providing a false report is a serious offense.

In addition, below are reporting methods for parents-guardians or students to use to report issues related to racist, bias, or harassment incidents.

Important Information & Links