Principal's Message



 

October Principal's Message

 

October is upon us and we have been able to pull off the first month of school and extracurricular activities thanks to the help of so many of you. As we continue on with this hybrid schedule please help and continue to follow all of our safety procedures. If you are sick or have symptoms of being sick, please stay home.

 

The first quarter ends on Friday the 30th, so continue to complete your work while in-person, remotely, and virtually. It is extremely important to stay up to date on your assignments, google classroom, and communication with your teachers. Parents, you can always check on your student's Progress Book to keep up to date on their assignments, attendance, and grades. Our attendance protocol for remote learning days is tied to assignment and work completion. Make sure you are meeting your assignment deadlines so your grades and attendance is up to proper standards. Finally, please make sure you are following all school behavioral expectations while on virtual sessions with your teacher or class. 

 

We do have an Activity Period Schedule on Tuesday the 13th and Wednesday the 14thto go over class rings with sophomores and caps, gowns, and graduation announcements with seniors. There will be no school on Thursday the 15th and Friday the 16th on what is normally Fair Days. We will be having Halloween dress up days on Thursday the 29th and Friday the 30th. We will not be having a gathering or a parade, but we still want to provide the opportunity for our students and staff who like to dress up for Halloween.

 

I would like to give a huge shoutout to our students, athletes, staff, coaches, directors, and Mrs. Bosser and our athletic staff for all they have done for our kids to be able to participate in extracurricular activities this fall. These kids have deserved this opportunity and we as adults need to continue to follow all safety procedures so these opportunities can continue for our kids this fall and into the winter.

 

Have a great fall!

 

Scott Burre, Principal

Lancaster High School




10/1/2020


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