LFHS Registration

August 2, 2018 at 8 am

Registration is from 8am to 11am

  • 11th and 12th enter the back lunchroom doors closest to the stage.
  • 9th and 10th enter back lunchroom doors closest to the serving line.
  • 7th and 8th enter front of school and register in the library

Student Fees

  • Lockers / Agenda $18.00
  • Senior Parchment/Transcript Fee $6.00


Students enrolled in the following course are required to pay the following annual fees upon registration for each school year. Other courses may require additional fees.

  • Band $30.00
  • Driver's Education $25.00
  • Chemistry $10.00
  • Biology lab $15.00
  • Physical Science $10.00
  • 7th and 8th science $10.00
  • Vocational Agribusiness $20.00
  • Family and Consumer Science $20.00
  • Area Vocational Center Lab $40.00


Students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes will be required to take an AP exam at the end of the course. AP exams have a required fee which is based upon each students' financial need.


Student fees are subject to change: No fees will be reimbursed after the first two (2) weeks of school.

Parking Permit Info

Parking permits are $12.00. Parking spaces will be assigned (selected by the student) this year on a first come, first serve basis. Students will be required to park in their assigned spaces all year.


Students must have the following when purchasing a parking permit:


  • Proof of Insurance
  • Driver's License
  • Vehicle Registration

Google Apps Workshop for Parents and Students

August 2nd, 10am in the LFHS Library


Join us for an overview of how we use Google at LFHS. We will discuss:


  • Google Classroom
  • Google Drive
  • Google Docs
  • Google Slides
  • Google Calendar
  • Gmail

In order to "try" the apps and navigate them, students should accompany parent with their student Google login or parents must have an established personal gmail account. Parents without a Google account are still welcome, but will not be able to participate in a "hands-on" manner.

Supply Lists Currently Available as of 7/12/18

Science

Biology Supply List (AP, PRE-AP, & 9th grade general)

“MUST HAVES”

  • 2 composition notebook for labs (NO SPIRAL BOUND NOTEBOOKS)
  • Multicolor highlighters
  • Earphones/headphones
  • Pen or pencil
  • 3x5 index cards
  • Sticky notes
  • $15 lab fee

DONATIONS REQUESTED- CLASSROOM FEES MAY NOT BE USED TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AND THEREFORE ARE OFTEN TIMES PURCHASED OUT OF POCKET BY THE TEACHER. IF AT ANY TIME DURING THE COURSE OF THE YEAR YOU COULD DONATE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!

  • BANDAIDS

  • KLEENEX

  • HAND SANITIZER

  • GARBAGE BAGS

  • HAND SOAP

  • PAPER TOWELS

  • Copy paper

AP Chemistry

  • 3-ring binder - 1 ½ inch binder at least

  • College ruled paper - at least 2 packs

  • One graph paper composition notebook for lab activities

  • Dividers for your binder (notes, practice/homework, reference sheets)

  • Scientific calculator - recommended, Texas Instruments TI30XIIS Scientific Calculator

  • Pencils, pens, highlighters

  • 1pk Notecards 3x5

Optional: colored pencils, markers, pencil sharpener, ruler

Donations appreciated: hand sanitizer, tissues, Clorox wipes, expo markers, notecards, pencils, college ruled paper, air freshener

Pre-AP Chemistry

  • 3-ring binder - 1 ½ inch binder at least

  • College ruled paper, 2 packs

  • One graph paper composition notebook for lab activities

  • Dividers for your binder (notes, practice/homework, reference sheets)

  • Scientific calculator (recommended type, Texas Instruments TI30XIIS Scientific Calculator, available at Walmart)

  • Pencils, pens, highlighters

  • 1 pk. Notecards 3x5

Optional: colored pencils, markers, pencil sharpener, ruler

Donations appreciated: hand sanitizer, tissues, Clorox wipes, expo markers, notecards, pencils, college ruled paper, air freshener

Physical Science

  • 3 or 5 subject college ruled notebook
  • Tape or glue sticks

  • Pencils, pens, highlighters

Optional: colored pencils, markers, pencil sharpener, ruler

Donations appreciated: hand sanitizer, tissues, Clorox wipes, expo markers, notecards, pencils, college ruled paper, air freshener

7th and 8th Grade Science


  • Pencils or Pens (blue or black)
  • composition notebook
  • loose leaf paper (7th grade)

Mathematics

7th and 8th Grade Math

  • Three ring binder
  • Paper
  • Pencils/pens
  • Zip pouch that goes in binder
  • TI-30XIIS calculator
  • Colored pencils (can be used in other subjects/no need to buy duplicates just for math)

Algebra1, Descrete, and Algebra with Finance

  • Binder
  • Pencils
  • Paper
  • Graph paper (Algebra 1)

Algebra II with Trigonometry

  • Paper

  • Pencils

  • Graph paper

  • Colored Pencils (1 pack)

  • Highlighters ( at least 2 different colors)

  • OPTIONAL: TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator (CE or Battery version)

  • 1 folder with prongs and pockets

Donations of hand sanitizer and kleenex are needed for the students use.

Pre Calculus

  • Paper
  • Pencils

  • Graph paper

  • Colored Pencils (1 pack)

  • Highlighters ( at least 2 different colors)

  • OPTIONAL: TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator (CE or Battery version)

  • 1 folder with prongs and pockets

Donations of hand sanitizer and kleenex are needed for the students use.

AP Statistics

  • Paper

  • Pencils

  • Graph paper

  • Colored Pencils (1 pack)

  • Highlighters ( at least 2 different colors)

  • OPTIONAL: TI-84 Plus Graphing Calculator (CE or Battery version)

  • 1 folder with prongs and pockets

.Donations of hand sanitizer and kleenex are needed for the students use.

Social Studies

7th Civics/Geography and 8th Grade World History

  • Wide-ruled, loose leaf paper
  • 1-inch binder
  • Blue and black pens
  • Pencils
  • Colored Pencils (optional)
  • Handheld sharpener
  • Index cards
  • post-its

10th, 11th and AP US History (Holmes)


  • 3 ring binder three inch dividers w/tabs
  • loose leaf paper
  • composition notebook
  • index cards
  • color pencils

English

7th and 8th Grade English

  • Highlighters
  • Red Ink Pens for editing
  • Pencils
  • Colored Pencils
  • Hand-held pencil sharpener
  • Index cards
  • Post-it notes
  • 4 two pocket folders
  • Wide-ruled loose leaf paper
  • Headphones
Donations appreciated: hand sanitizer, Kleenex, paper towels, 13- gallon garbage bags

9th Grade English

    • 3-ringed binder with pockets and loose-leaf paper (College or wide ruled)

    • Pencils, pens, one red pen

    • 1 pack of index cards for weekly vocabulary assignments

    • 1 composition notebook for journal

    • Yellow, green and blue highlighters

    • Post it notes (sticky notes)

    • Personal earbuds or headphones

    • Personal copies of 2 texts (highly suggested) In-class copies and library copies will be available. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.

    • 2 Expo Markers - any color or size

Donations: hand sanitizer, tissues, paper towels, paper, pencils, pens, Expo markers, loose-leaf paper, 13- gallon garbage bags

Note: Summer Reading assignment is to READ To Kill a Mockingbird. Students will be tested on content the first week of 9th Grade.

Pre-AP English 10

  • 1 1/2 inch binder
  • College ruled, loose leaf paper (so much paper)
  • 5 tab dividers
  • 1 pack of top-loading sheet protectors with 3 holes for use in a binder
  • Blue or black pens
  • Highlighters (blue, yellow, green)
  • Pencil pouch for binder (suggested, not required)
Donations appreciated: kleenex, wipes, and paper towels,

AP Language


  • Binder
  • paper (so much paper)
  • highlighters (blue, yellow, green)
  • dividers

AP Literature

Binder,

paper (so much paper)

highlighters (blue, yellow, green)

dividers

12th Grade English

  • Binder
  • Paper (a lot of paper)

Electives

Parenting & Child Development

  • 3 ring binder
  • loose leaf paper
  • 1 yard printed flannel - fabric supplies needed around November
  • 1 yard solid color flannel
  • all purpose thread

$20.00 class fee


Food Innovation and Media / Dietetics

  • 3 ring binder
  • loose leaf paper
  • Recipe File or 3 ring binder with 10 dividers - recipe project
  • 2nd semester you will need fabrics to construct aprons, potholders and placemats

$20.00 class fee


Family and Consumer Sciences

  • 3 ring binder
  • loose leaf paper
  • scrapbook kit for family unit - September
  • ¼ inch graph paper and ruler for housing unit - January
  • fabrics and all-purpose thread for clothing/sewing projects - March - May

$20.00 class fee



Summer Reading Assignments

Our library still has plenty of copies of the assigned texts for grades 7-11 and AP Lit. We do not have copies of the AP Lang and English 12 texts. Our library is open on Monday evenings from 5-8pm for checkout and movie/popcorn night. Email Grindl Weldon gweldon@blountboe.net if you have questions.
Summer Reading Assignments

Click here for the summer reading information and assignments.

Monday Movie Nights in the Library

Click here for information on the Monday movies in the library. Free popcorn and drinks!

We suggest all students bring personal earbuds or headphones to school this year for computer lab work. Please do not send expensive earbuds or headphones as we are not responsible for the care, keeping and loss of such items.