Lake Park Audubon High School
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Lake Park Audubon Schools Office Phone: 218-325-0754
From the Principal’s Corner…
I hope all is well with you as we have survived our recent winter cold snap, still maneuvering through a pandemic, and now we can start to think of the great things that spring can bring us. It has been great having our students all back in-person! This is how students learn best and how students and teachers can work together and build positive relationships. School is more than just learning; school is also about social-emotional learning, learning life skills, students making a lifetime of memories, making friendships, joining activities, and exploring what their future could look like after high school.
Here is the link to our 1st Semester Honor Roll. 2020-21 Semester 1 Honor Roll Please continue to help build support and friendly reminders by checking your student’s grades as we are nearing the end of the 2nd trimester on Friday, March 5th, and the end of our 3rd quarter on Friday, March 26th. If you do not have access to ParentVue, please contact Sherri Lefebvre at firstname.lastname@example.org for an activation letter. ParentVue will allow you to check your student’s grades and attendance at any time.
Supports for students:
I. If your student struggles with a class or if you have questions, do keep in mind that we encourage and welcome you to contact your student’s teachers to keep updated on progress. You may contact them by telephone or send an email. The staff email addresses are the initial of their first name followed by the last name @ lpa.k12.mn.us.
II. Study Time is available for all students in the Media Center Monday through Friday from 7:30-8:15 a.m. and 3:15-4:00 p.m. All students are encouraged to attend. A licensed teacher is supervising to assist students if they need help.
III. Wednesday School: The Lake Park Audubon High School will be offering Wednesday School starting on February 10 th , 2021. Wednesday School will take place from 8:30 am-3:15 pm in the High School Theatre.
Students will receive one-on-one help to raise failing grades or simply enjoy quiet time to catch up on homework.
Breakfast & lunch will be provided.
Students must stay the entire time period or until their missing assignments are completed and confirmed with their teachers. A parent or guardian must confirm with Jim in the office to leave school.
Students can ride the bus on the following dates: o March 3rd , March 17th , April 7th , and April 21st.
Students will need to provide their own transportation on the following dates: March 10th, March 24th, April 14th , April 28th.
The schedule students will follow during Wednesday School is below:
8:30-11:45 Students will attend their regular class schedule through Google Meets in the Theatre. Para’s will be supervising and tutoring students in the morning.
11:45- 12:15 Students lunchtime.
12:15- 3:15 Students will work with Para’s and/or teachers in the afternoons in the Theatre.
Please register by Tuesday at noon weekly with Sherri to allow our teachers, paraprofessional, cooks, and bus drivers time to prepare. If you have any questions, please contact Art Meyer at email@example.com or Sherri Lefebvre at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tracking attendance- is more challenging than ever before, with some students being in person and some are online. Our goal is to have that communication piece between school and family. Now that we are back to all in-person learning, it is expected that all students (unless you are full-time distance-learner) must be in school every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. If a student is not in school, they will be counted absent regardless of whether they log in from home unless a parent or guardian calls in. If a student has an appointment or is not feeling good, a parent or guardian needs to call or email Jim Rislund in the front office @ 218-325-0754 extension 1070 or email@example.com. Leave the student’s name, grade, parent’s name, and reason for the student being absent. If you know ahead of time that your student will be absent, it is expected that you contact the email or number listed before the absence. Otherwise, email/call as soon as you are able. Jim will be checking this email for messages, or you can call Jim in the high school office. Parents/Guardians still need to report absences if your daughter/son is distance learning or in our student distance learning day.
SnoDaze week is March 1st - March 5th. Coronation will be Tuesday, March 2nd, during Advisor Hour. (1:05pm start time) We will present a coronation similar to homecoming, and there will be a link on the website to watch the coronation.
Congratulations to the following SnoDaze Royalty Candidates:
Senior Queen Candidates: Lillie Clapsaddle, Rayne Nguyen, Katherine Pickett & Bethany Vareberg
Senior King Candidates: Peter Hannesson, Liam O'Connell Garrett Cossette & Simon Osten
Junior Princess Candidates: Camryn Anderson, Raini Evans, Kiara Gullard & Kelsey Thompson
Junior Prince Candidates: Conner Christianson, Dalton Dornbusch, Riley Lefebvre & Peter Leno
Sophomore Escorts: Jadyn Cole, Tanner Clapsaddle, Lauren Olson & Carter Minske
Winter Sports - As our students/athletes enter the last weeks of their season, we wish them the best of luck in the postseason with the hopes they can achieve their goals. I would strongly suggest that you bookmark http://www.pinetoprairieconference.org. This website will give you up-to-date changes. You may choose the events you want to receive notifications.
Lake Park Audubon 2021 Spelling Bee Recognition:
A. Congratulation to Rylee Rood
I. The winner and advancing to the Regional Spelling Bee, Rylee Rood w/a Perfect score:)
II. The winner of the Regional Spelling Bee and advancing to the Multi-Region State Spelling Bee.
1. Unfortunately, Rylee gave a great effort but was not able to advance to the National Spelling Bee. Rylee is only a 7th grader and has next year to reach her goal. Great job, Rylee!!
Spring Sports sign-ups - have started and will begin at the end of March or the first part of April.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel welcome to stop by the office or give us a call. Your input is much appreciated.
Art Meyer, Lake Park Audubon High School Principal