Lubbock-Cooper High School
Weekly Newsletter September 25-29, 2023
DEA "One Pill Can Kill" Presentation
HB 3908 mandates that schools provide education on fentanyl and other poisonous drugs to secondary students. In compliance with this requirement, local DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) agents will be conducting educational class assemblies titled "One Pill Can Kill" on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 26th and 27th. These assemblies aim to provide students with valuable insights into the dangers associated with drugs, particularly those in pill form, that are impacting our local community.
The primary objective of these assemblies is to empower students with knowledge about the adverse consequences of these drugs on individuals in and around the Lubbock area. By offering this information, our goal is to equip students with the awareness necessary to make informed decisions that contribute to their own safety and the well-being of their peers.
We appreciate your understanding and support as we work together to foster a safer and more informed environment for our students. If you have any questions or concerns about these class assemblies, please do not hesitate to reach out to the school administration.
Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring the safety and well-being of our students.
Ag Structures and Ag Equipment
The Ag Structures and Ag Equipment classes are busy welding and starting project construction. In these classes, students who have had basic welding in Ag Mech and Metal Tech are learning more advanced welding techniques and applying those techniques to metal fabrication. Building projects and learning how welding is used in fabrication and real world applications is the focus of these classes.
You've Been Spotted!
Keagan Galmor and Luna Young help their teacher Ms. Tucker demonstrate how to freeze action in photography.
Opportunities for Students
Are you dreaming of winning a grammy award someday? Now is your chance! Audition to win a future Artist-of-the-year award at the Lubbock-Cooper Orchestra's Night at the Grammy's. Winners get to perform for a full audience at this special Gala-Like event!
Semi High Tech U
The Semi Foundation provides a unique opportunity for students to interact with industry professionals on STEM projects to build career-ready skills. See the flyers below for more information.
We have several different teams forming up for this year's academic UIL competitions. Click the picture below to join in!
EMBARK Brings Community Leaders to LCHS
The Engaged Market and Business Ambassadors Reaching Kids program is designed to bring in local business professionals to work with LCHS students. This week, we welcome Jessica Carothers, a Civil Engineer with Parkhill. For the week of September 25-29, Mike Moss, EVP for Parkhill will join us.
Communities in Schools
Communities in Schools believes in partnering in the support and ultimate success of the students at LCHS. It is a great way to ensure your child has all the support he or she might need to help them in school and as they prepare for life. Communities In Schools strives to help your child improve in academics, behavior, and attendance. Communities In Schools can connect families to community resources while helping to provide supportive guidance, health and human services, and college & career readiness. Should your child need a weekend food bag, please contact your LCHS site coordinator for more information.
Lisa Ramirez, LCHS Site CIS Coordinator
806-993-2321 ext. 21020
Mrs. Baird's Teachers on the Rise
Each month this school year, Mrs. Baird's will be collecting nominations at www.MrsBTeacher.com and honoring three teachers--one elementary, one middle school and one high school teacher--from our South Plains schools.
Other Ways to Support Our Students
Spirit Store Sale
Save 15% off $75 or more with the code SAVE15 now at the LCP Spirit Store! Click the picture below to start shopping.
2023 - 2024 Policies and Procedures
How to Report a Student Absence
Lubbock-Cooper High School Administration
Landon Winton - Principal Lubbock-Cooper High School
Courtney Pesterfield - Associate Principal
Ashley Herrera - Assistant Principal
Kelcey Wormsbaker - Assistant Principal
Brandon Tucker - Assistant Principal
Randy Doege - Assistant Principal for Special Education
Bart McMeans - Assistant Principal
Debbie Smith - CTE Director
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