Pacer E News

The Week of August 22 - 26

Registration is Friday, August 26th

9th Graders from 8:00 - 10:00

10th and 11th Graders from 10:00 - 12:00

12th Graders from 1:00 - 3:00

ASB will be selling Hot Dog Lunches in the Art Circle from 11:00 on so bring your appetite as well as your money for fees, bag for books and your smile for your ID card photo!! See you Friday!!

Notes from the Bookkeeper

Pay for LHS School Fees Before Pacer Pick Up Day (8/26/2022)

Save time at Pacer Pick Up Day. Pay for school fees on the LHS webstore before you come.

LHS does not charge class fees for any student. LOSD provides all materials students need to participate in classes. A list of optional items we recommend students purchase is available here. Thank you for supporting LHS!

If paying in person at Pacer Pick Up Day/Registration checks and cash are recommended. Credit cards will not be accepted on 8/26. If paying by credit card, pay on the LHS webstore or call in to the Bookkeeping office (503.534.2199).

Webstore Questions?

  • LHS Webstore (Userguide)

  • First Time Login:

    • Username: Student ID (student ID #’s can be found in Synergy Student Vue, under the student’s picture and name.

    • Default Password: First initial and last name (ex Suzy Smith = ssmith)

LOSD Fee Waiver

Please turn in your fee waiver for the 2022-23 school year. Did you know fee waivers can help with registration fees (ASB Card $42, Yearbook $60) and the district sports fee ($310 per sport)? To learn more about the fee waiver program or to apply go here. Send completed waivers to LHS or

Information for Schedule Changes

For a simple schedule change request, all you need to do is fill out this Google Form.

Schedule changes will only be honored for one or more of the following reasons:

--If you are missing a core academic class, or if the course is academically inappropriate (ex. placed in Geometry, should be in Algebra)
--If the credit in a course has already been earned (ex. summer courses; student must show proof of credit completion before the schedule will be changed.)
--If the primary purpose of the change is NOT to change a teacher OR results in moving a core academic class.
--If ‘Late Arrival,' or ‘Early Release' is in your schedule and you do not want it or cannot leave the building during that release period.

--If you have a hole in your schedule.

If none of the above reasons apply, please schedule an appointment with your counselor via their online appt link or email them:

A-Di: Lisa Sheehy: or

Dj-Kh: Quinn Takashima: or

Ki-Pq: Christopher Keller:

Pr-Z: Gordon Hilberg:

* Note: If you request a change and it can be made, you will see the change in your schedule on StudentVue. If the change cannot be made, your schedule will remain the same. We will not be emailing the results to you, so please continue to check Student or Parent Vue. If you don't see an expected change within 2 working days and you want more info about why, please reach out to your counselor again.

***StudentVue Note: If you don't have access to StudentVue yet or are having trouble getting in, please reach out to Sammy Bok at (for returning students) or to Corey Fivecoat at (for new students)

****Last note: "TA and/or Academic Mentor can only be added when school has begun- forms can be picked up in the counseling office".

Smart Start is August 25th from 1:00 - 3:00

SAVE THE DATE: Smart Start Thursday, Aug. 25, 1-3 p.m.

Smart Start is an opportunity specifically for our students with 504s and IEPs, and their parents and guardians, to make introductions and connect with their teachers and to feel prepared and welcomed for the start of school. For the 2022-23 School Year, Smart Start is in person Aug. 25, 2022, from 1-3 p.m.

Teachers will be familiar with your student’s plan and accommodations. To help get to know your students, please complete the attached one-page profile or create one on your own ahead of time, and give it to the teacher at the Smart Start introduction.

Also, to assist in your family’s preparation for the new school year, please click here for a Smart Start checklist for parents and guardians of students with 504s and IEPs.

See you on Aug. 25!

Food Service This School Year

Universal free meals for all has ended. This school year we are going back to free, reduced and paid categories. This year we will be using the Oregon Expanded Income Guidelines (EIG), which will help us provide free meals to more families. A family of four making $83,250 annually can now qualify fo free meals compare to the USDA standard of $36,075. For more info on how to apply for free meals families can visit this page.

Meal ID badges. In order to have the lunch lines flow with ease we are going to use pinned/scanners at the POS. Students can scan their ID barcode at the POS making it easy and fast to go through the lunch line. They can also use the pin-pad incase they forget or lose their ID badge.

Secondary - Students can have the option of using their barcode on their Student ID card. They can also take a picture of it with their phone and use that picture at the POS. This is up to each school if they want to allow students to use their phones for this.

Creating a Meal Account. Online meal accounts are not necessary but are strongly encouraged to have. This will make it much easier for families that want to add funds to students accounts. Meal accounts can be made with SchoolCafe. There is a small fee for depositing money into each account, but if parents deposit $100 or more they get their fee back as a credit to their account. We will accept cash or checks at the POS. Checks can be made to “LOSD - Nutrition Services”. Below is more information on how to create an account.

Please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to working with you this school year.

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SBA Information for the 2022 - 23 School Year

The Oregon Department of Education publishes an annual notice regarding state assessments in English Language Arts and math. Please review the Annual Notice for Statewide Tests for information about why participation matters, the right to opt out, and test windows.

Senior Info

HEY, CLASS OF 2023!!!


Graduation Cap and Gown sets are available for purchase through the Cap and Gown Recycling

Fundraiser. The grad sets include: cap, gown and 2023 tassel. All sets have been cleaned and

pressed and in are in like new condition and are available to purchase and take home today for

only $40!!!

It’s a win-win! You save on the cost of a wear-it-once gown


Your money will go directly to supporting LHS Drama department!

Buy your Cap and Gown set at Pacer Pick up on Aug 26th


Sizes 4’10--6’6 available

Questions? Contact Sarah Amberg:

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