Lithia Springs High School
Volume 2 Issue 4
A Message From Principal Joshua
Our Flag Football team also is having a phenomenal season under the direction of Coach Kendra Pleasants. They have made it to the Final 4 in the State and are seeking to bring home a Championship.
This month will be busy finishing up our first semester. Please make sure your student is current with all of their assignments, so they can finish the semester strong. Also, this month we will administer the End of Course Pathway to students completing a CTAE pathway and the Georgia Milestone Assessment to our students in Algebra I, American Literature, Biology and US History. Please make sure your student is present to participate in their assessment as it will count for 20% of their overall grade in the aforementioned classes. If you have questions about the Georgia Milestone Assessment, please contact our testing coordinator, Ms. Payton Millinor at email@example.com.
I am extremely blessed to serve the Lithia Springs High School community! It is with much gratitude that I say thank you for helping to make Lithia the Best place to EDUCATE, MOTIVATE, and ELEVATE! Please enjoy the beginning of the holiday season and stay safe!
Georgia Milestone Assessment Schedule
Lion Nation is Proud of the LSHS Lion Football Team
Coach Jarvis, Head Football Coach waves to the crowd as they walk in the Sweetwater Elementary Parade to celebrate the LSHS Football Team.
Sweetwater students celebrated the Lions before they headed to the 2nd Round of the Playoffs.
LSHS Football Team greets the Sweetwater Elementary Students before they load their bus to the playoffs.
LSHS Marine JROTC Ball
LSHS JROTC Marine Corp Celebrated the US Marine Corps 246th Birthday
Isaac told his classmates that he was going to contribute. All week his class had not been in the top running. Friday he made his donation. When his Biology class was named as the winner everyone was shocked. They all had no idea who contributed the amount that moved them to the top. He finally owned up to being the reason they pulled ahead of the other classes.
Isaac had contributed $268, all of the birthday and Christmas money he had saved. He said, "I was happy to give and wish I could donate more."
We wanted to share this act of kindness for being such a compassion and caring young man. Isaac we Salute you!!!