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2020-2021 Start Date
Tuesday, September 8th
100% Distance Learning First Six Weeks
September 15th through October 15th marks Hispanic Heritage Month. Please click here to find out more about this event at LHS.
Back-to-School Newsletter (English)
Complete Your PowerSchool Annual Student Profile Update!
For the current and next year student calendar, daily announcements, parent newsletters, and other import info see the sections below
All home events limited to two (2) spectators per participant. Spectators must be invited to attend. NO General Admission Spectators Admitted.
See the Athletic Department Website for Important Dates & Deadlines
Athletics Website: www.lawrenceathletics.org
Up-to-the-Minute* Schedules and Cancellation Information on: www.sunflowerleague.org
*schedules updated M-F 8:00am-3:00pm
Forms: Download Physical & Insurance Forms from the athletics website or at www.registermyathlete.com (RMA) other required forms will be signed electronically on RMA
Forms Submission: All required forms must be submitted online beginning with fall 2020 sports. Forms may not be submitted to Athletic Office, Main Office, or to Coaching Staff.
NOTE: The KSHSAA has released a NEW PPE-Physial Form KSHSAA PPE-Physical Form V.2020. This will be only version accepted beginning fall 2020
Click here for a handbook to help you with your Macbook: Logging in, managing passwords, using WebEx, Chrome, and much more.
Temperature and Your Device
LPS Technology Services reminds you not to leave your device in your car (even inside your garage) overnight or for any length of time. Serious damage can occur within minutes in cold or hot temperatures. Temperatures inside your car will higher than the temperature outside! If a device is inadvertently left out in cold or hot temperatures, allow at least an hour to acclimate to prevent condensation inside before you attempt to use it.
Attendance Line 785-330-4968. Please leave a message if you get voicemail or you may email Diane Owen at attendance secretary (email@example.com).
Minimum of two (2) hours needed to excuse students during the school day. Only parent(s)/legal guardian(s) listed in PowerSchool may excuse students.
- Students may not check themselves out. Leave a message if you are connected to voicemail, it is checked consistently throughout the regular school hours
- Students are required to have a pass from the Attendance or Health Office to be released during a class and should check out through the Attendance Office located in the main office.
- Students who are ill must first check out through the Health Office. The Health Office line is 785-330-2704.
Report Bullying, Discrimination, and Harassment
You must use a school email address to report discrimination and harassment.In accordance with Board of Education Policy JGEC, the Lawrence Public School district is committed to providing a positive and productive learning and working environment, free from discrimination and harassment.Discrimination is conduct which affords a student different treatment solely on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity in a manner which interferes with or limits the ability of the student to participate in or benefit from the services, activities, or programs of the school.Harassment is conduct which solely on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity:
You must use a school email address to report bullying and hazing.Bullying is any act that recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental health, physical health, or safety of a student or that substantially interferes with a student’s educational benefits, and that takes place on or immediately adjacent to district grounds, at any district-sponsored activity, on district-provided transportation, or at any district bus stop.
- affords a student different treatment in a manner which interferes with or limits the ability of the student to participate in or benefit from the services, activities or programs of the school; or
- subjects a student to treatment which is sufficiently severe, pervasive, or persistent so as to have the purpose or effect of creating a hostile environment or of interfering with a student's performance or ability to participate in or benefit from the services, activities, or programs of the school.
Cyberbullying means threats or harassment on the internet through web pages, email, instant messaging, text messaging, or by other electronic means.
Hazing is any act that recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental health, physical health, or safety of a student for the purpose of initiation or as a condition or precondition of attaining membership in, or affiliation with, any district-sponsored activity or grade level attainment.LHS says NO to Bullying and Hazing!
Student Services/Counselors Office/Transcripts
Check out the Student Services page for:
- Career/College Planning
- Enrollment/Graduation Requirements
- Schedule Changes
- Scholarship Info
- Senior Parent Information
- Testing - ACT and SAT
Upcoming College/Military Recruiter Visits
To be announced