LHS Weekly Update #7
September 11, 2020
I hope you had a good week. A reminder that midquarter is next week (Wednesday, Sept. 16). Students should be sure they are checking their grades in Powerschool. Powerschool is the official grade record. Google Classroom is used as a platform to access content and turn in work. Sometimes you may see grades listed there, but be sure to check Powerschool regularly. Powerschool will give you the most accurate grade. Be mindful that if students turned in late work, it will take some time for it to be graded and entered. Thank you for your patience.
Students are receiving semester credit for their three quarter classes. The quarter ends on October 16th.
Meals now FREE
The USDA has extended the waiver for FNSBSD to provide breakfast & lunch to all FNSBSD enrolled students for FREE. Meals can be picked up outside of Hering Auditorium school days from 9am-1pm.
Orders can be placed online through schoolcafe.com. Students should be present to pick up meals, but if they are not the parent/guardian must have photo ID and S# for each student. If the parent/guardian is not available, they need to call Nutrition Services at 451-1004 to designate another adult.
Ala carte items will have a charge.
The waiver extension expires on December 31, 2020.
Free & reduced applications are still being accepted.
Detailed information can be found at: https://www.k12northstar.org/nutrition
As I have shared in previous weeks:
If having connectivity issues or struggling with using Google Classroom, call the front office 456-7794, or email our librarian, Joy Boyce for assistance. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in need of books, supplies, Chromebooks, or any other school items, there is no need to pre-schedule a time. Stop by the front office between 8am and 3pm any week day.
Finally, you can always refer to our Lathrop Website for information and tech troubleshooting tips and tricks.
Lathrop High School
Meal Pick-up Available weekdays 9am-1pm outside Hering Entrance. Meals now FREE for ALL FNSBSD students!
Keeping Staff and Students Healthy
Fairbanks is currently in the red zone.