LHS Weekly Update #29

March 5, 2021

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Happy Spring Break!

Thank you for a successful 3rd quarter!

We look forward to seeing everyone back for quarter 4 on Monday, March 15. Students may continue to choose in person or remote. If coming in person for the first time, students should stop at the front office when they start in person to complete an in-person contract. If you have questions about our in person mitigation plan, please contact Principal Carly Sween.

Quarter 4

Teachers will send out Google Class invites and Zoom/Google Meets links Monday morning, March 15, or before. Most student schedules will change somewhat for 4th quarter. In person students will get a paper copy of their schedule when they come to school that week.


For 4th quarter, students will be able to get .25 credit for attending SSP in person or remote. This is a pass/fail class based on 80% or more attendance. More details on this when we return from break.

Lathrop After the Bell After School Program

Our after school program will begin the week of March 22nd. This will include in person and remote opportunities for math and science tutoring, art, theatre, journalism, yearbook, chess club, English 10 credit recovery, and PE credit recovery. Look for more details in the next weekly update.

PEAKS Testing

Testing for 9th and 10 grade will take place in April. We will be adjusting our school schedule on April 6 and 7 for our in person students to test. Additional days and times will be scheduled for remote students to come to the building to test. There is no remote option for PEAKS testing. Information on PEAKS can be found through this link. More details will be shared when we return from break.

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Congratulations to our Semester 1 Honor Roll Students

LHS Honor Roll Sem 1 2020

Attention Seniors

Class of 2021,

You've made it to the last quarter of your high school career - Congratulations!

Use this link to review Scholarships available for LHS Students.
These scholarship deadlines are as early as 3/19 with LHS offered scholarship deadlines being 3/30 at 3:30pm

Please fill out this Class of 2021 Senior Declaration Form by 3:30pm on 3/30! What will you do with your Life After Lathrop?

It has been determined that high school students in the graduating class of 2021 applying for the Alaska Performance Scholarship will have the testing requirement waived. The press release dated February 26, 2021 from Sana Efird (ACPE) provides additional information. An updated APS FAQ for the Class of 2021 will be available on the ACPE website when the information become available. The ACPE website has also been updated to reflect current requirements.

-Lindsy Weaver

LHS Counseling Tech

Sign up to take the ASVAB

Test Date: Friday, March 19, 2021 - 9:15am

Offered to grades: 10, 11 & 12

Students must register by: Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Testing location: Lathrop High School *must test in person*


Students must register by using their s#@student.k12northstar.org email account.

*Students taking the ASVAB will miss their 1st and 3rd period classes on March 19, 2021. It is expected that students who register for the ASVAB communicate this with their teachers.

Link for additional information regarding the exam: ASVAB CEP

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Don't Miss out on your Lathrop Yearbook - Order Today!

If you have symptoms or are a close contact of a Covid-positive person, you cannot come to school. Call the front office and follow protocol on the Daily Decision Tree. See update for travel in the link below.

Alaska Teacher of the Year Nominations

This past year has truly showcased the ingenuity, compassion, and innovation teachers show every day for their students and communities. We want to honor and celebrate those teachers who go above and beyond, whose commitment to excellence inspires students and teachers alike, and who embody and exhibit the mission of providing an excellent education for every student, every day.

If you know such a teacher, please take a few moments to complete this brief Alaska Teacher of the Year nomination form. (Please note that Alaska Teacher of the Year nominees must have at least five years of classroom experience.)

Research shows that teachers who see the direct, positive impact they have on students’ lives stay in the profession longer — reaching even more students. Thank you for helping the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development recognize those on the front lines who are making a difference in the lives of Alaska's students.

The deadline for submitting nominations is March 15, 2021. Questions about the Alaska Teacher of the Year Program? Please contact us at deed.srs@alaska.gov.

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Lathrop High School

Lathrop High School is committed to fostering academic success, creativity, civic responsibility, healthy lifestyles, and personal integrity, within a culturally diverse community, to achieve success in a 21st century world.