LMHS Weekly Wednesday Update

March 10, 2021

Message From The Principal

Change is coming! On Monday, I realized that this Friday marks one year since we sent out students home for what we believed would be a two week shut down. Never did we imagine that it would be over a year. As we prepare to welcome our students back we are saddened that we were not able to send off the class of Class of 2020 properly or say goodbye. We welcome the Class of 2024 who we don't really know yet and has yet to be on the campus.

Personally, I have been reflecting on the changes that have occurred in our students lives. Our students have experienced so much. They have been immersed in a digital world for the past year, many have suffered pain and loss of loved ones, and others have struggled with isolation and depression. Our students have experienced a lot and we can't ignore these changes. As a staff we have to be ready to teach in this new HYBRID schedule but we also have to take time to reconnect with out students. To hear their stories, to support them in their pain. Change is hard!

We look forward to seeing our high school campus come back to life and will never take for granted the benefits of seeing our students in person. We know that things have changed and we will do everything we can to teach them, love them and support them in this next adventure.

-Principal Lisa Reed

Athletics Update

Competition Begins

Currently, our Cross Country team is the first to begin competition. Football, Soccer, Water Polo begin this week. With competition comes new challenges. Our Football and Water Polo teams are going to have to go through weekly COVID testing before each competition. The district is providing the testing and they will be administered by our district nurses. This testing is mandated by the state and CIF and we are really thankful for the district making it available to our students.

As competition begins we have to let you know that we are very limited in the number of spectators that will be allowed to attend. The protocols at this time are as follows:

  • Each player is allowed 2 tickets for spectators 18+ years or older
  • No students will be allowed to attend as spectators
  • All spectators will have to maintain physical distancing for other families (8 feet)
  • All spectators must wear a mask at all times
  • No concession stands will be available. Spectators may bring water but no other food or drinks will be allowed.
  • Temperatures will be taken at the gate prior to entrance. Any person with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be admitted (Health Department Protocol)

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Senior News

Seniors if you haven't already ordered your Cap & Gown you can still contact

SoCal Grad at https://socalgrad.com/la-mirada-high-school

Chick-Fil-A Night on March 16, 2021

Stop by the LMHS Fundraiser and receive a special treat!

5 pm - 7 pm 14303 Firestone Blvd. La Mirada

We hope to see you there!

Senior Snack & Chat via Zoom

Today @ 2 p.m.

A chance to connect with your classmates and have a little friendly competition!

Seniors...more to come.

AP Exams 2021!

Attention All AP Students!

All AP Students have been enrolled to take all AP Exams during Administration #2. Some assessments during this administration must be paper/pencil and will have to be taken on campus. We are currently working to create a plan for these on-campus test administrations. Some of the assessments will be taken digitally and can be taken at home or on campus. All students have been auto enrolled to take these digital exams at home, however, Mrs. McGillivary will be contacting each AP Teacher to see if any student signed up for digital at-home exam would like to request to test on campus.

Please stay tuned as more detailed information will be coming in the next week from each AP Teacher. You may also direct any specific questions or concerns to Mrs. McGillivary.

ASB Update

ASB is working on the following:

-"Screens On" Campaign

Students have expressed to staff how important it is for their engagement to have their screens on. Parents please encourage your student to turn on their camera and become and active participant.

- Women's History Month began Monday, March 1

Matador Moment (student spotlight): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfVWoUvwCQknH1WhwWq-nKBAyK_WKvNh_9ZCG6_MmS5zDidJg/viewform?usp=sf_link

Athlete Spotlight: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6AYN2Lbw5ikYYeYZfj6Q5iOVmeMdOwLtWi1-5wFRo2gp11Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

Senior Spotlight: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6AYN2Lbw5ikYYeYZfj6Q5iOVmeMdOwLtWi1-5wFRo2gp11Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

Senior Shoutouts (college acceptances):


-Homecoming Top 6 announcement will take place on 3/5 on the ASB YouTube Channel

-Academic Signing Day for Seniors is comingMay 1 - Seniors, please fill out the survey that will be out shortly.

LMHS Website Reminders!

Please remember to check our website ( www.lamiradahs.org ) regularly for updates, including information on:

  • Tutoring - many different types of tutoring available free of charge!
  • 2021-2022 Course Registration
  • FAFSA Support for Seniors - Due March 2nd

There are "easy to locate" widget buttons on our home screen to help guide you to the information!

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PTSA Updates

Next Week's Schedule

March 15-19

  • Monday - Periods 1, 3, 5
  • Tuesday - Periods 2, 4, 6
  • Wednesday - Period 3
  • Thursday - Periods 1, 3, 5
  • Friday - Periods 2, 4, 6

LMHS 2020-21 Yearbook

LMHS 2020-2021 Yearbook is now on sale!


Masks. Elections. Virtual classes. This school year will be talked about forever. The yearbook is truly the most important keepsake from this remarkable time. Our yearbook class is working hard to put together a historic book that will be looked back upon to remember one of the most unpredictable school years of all time. Please see the school website for purchasing your Yearbook.

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