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  • An Additional Community Open House: Long-Term Planning
    Lewis-Palmer School District along with RTA Architects and Western Demographics will host an additional community open house on Wednesday, March 1, at Lewis-Palmer Middle School, 6:00-7:00 p.m. This open house will share the same information that was presented during the open house on Monday, February 13. 

    March 1 Open House Invitation

    This past spring, Lewis-Palmer School District contracted with RTA Architects to provide long-range facilities planning and consultation services in light of the significant growth in the Tri-Lakes area. RTA recently completed a physical assessment of LPSD buildings and a demographic study. This open house provides the opportunity for the public to hear these initial findings and provide feedback.

    This is the PowerPoint presentation shared at the open house.

    More information regarding the February 13 presentation is available here.


     

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  • Parent and Community Technology Advisory Committee - Invitation
    Applications are now open for LPSD’s Parent and Community Technology Advisory Committee.

    Information here.


     

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  • Choice Enrollment for 2017-2018

    The Choice Enrollment window for the 2017-2018 school year ended February 17, 2017. School open enrollment requests are now handled using the appeal process. Please see the Choice Enrollment page for details.


     

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  • CDE Requests Feedback on ESSA Plan:
    You are invited to provide feedback on the CDE's draft of their plan on how they will implement ESSA. Information here: http://www.cde.state.co.us/fedprograms/essastateplanfeedback


     

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  • LPSD Hall of Fame 2017

    The LPSD Hall of Fame Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Hall of Fame.  See the announcement flyer.  The deadline for submitting nominations is April 28, 2017.  A copy of the nomination form with instructions can be found here.


     

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  • Educator Effectiveness Metrics 
    On February 6 for the first time, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) will release a limited number of Educator Effectiveness Metrics that reflect teacher and principal ratings from the 2014-2015 school year. The department will report on only four metrics for teachers and four for principals. The publicly reported metrics will only show how teachers and principals are doing as a group at the school, district, and state level. Once published, the release will be available on CDE’s news release webpage, where you can also link to SchoolView to view state-, district-and school- level Educator Effectiveness Metrics data. Please note: the CDE's reporting of LPSD "not rated" data is incorrect. CDE is addressing this issue.

    For a more detailed look into the process and the system, please look at the information on this website.

    How do I access local Educator Effectiveness Metrics?

    Educator Effectiveness Metrics Fact Sheet


     

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    Graduation Requirements Beginning with the Graduating Class of 2021

    Beginning with the graduating class of 2021, graduation requirements will be updated from current requirements. More information here.


     

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  • LPSD continues to be rated as Accredited with Distinction by the state of Colorado:
    The CDE released PRELIMINARY DRAFTS of District and School Performance Frameworks (DPF and SPF) on Tuesday, October 4. This information may be accessed under the Assessment and Accountability Department page.


     

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  • Free Math Tutoring
    Free math tutoring for all grade levels available at the Monument Library.

    Info here.  


     

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  • Sign-up for text messaging:  

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LPHS Announcements

  • Spirit Week to benefit Colorado Children's Hospital

    Each day will have a theme and we will ask for a specific donation.

    • Tuesday 2/21- will be Disney day and we will encourage people to bring in Disney items (books, movies, toys, etc.)
    • Wednesday 2/22 - will be Color Day and we would like people to bring in coloring books and crayons
    • Thursday 2/23 - will be wear Red day for heart disease and we will ask people to bring in stuffed animals
    • Friday 2/24 - will be Dr. Seuss day and we will ask people to bring in books

    This will be a class competition and the class that brings in the most donations will get a prize. All donations can be dropped off in the class-specific boxes in the commons.

    Although we encourage specific donations, all donations from this link (Briargate campus) are appreciated.

    https://www.childrenscolorado.org/contentassets/63f0c0cbcd7c42b6a31b31fa284b5d28/wish-list-ongoing.pdf


     

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  • Registration Information 

    Course handbooks and registration forms will be handed out 
    February 7th during 2nd period.
    Students who do not have a 2nd period class can get a course handbook and registration form in Student Services and an informational video will be shown in the auditorium.
    Student who are absent can can get a course handbook and registration form in Student Services and an informational video will be available on the Counseling website.

    Registration Dates

    • Juniors - February 21st and 22nd during their American History/AP History classes
    • Sophomores & Freshmen - February 23rd and 24th during their Study Hall classes
    • Make Up for all grades - drop in basis in the Giga Lab February 27th

    Course Handbook

    Registration Video

    9th Grade Registration Form (incoming sophomores)

    10th Grade Registration Form (incoming juniors)

    11th Grade Registration Form (incoming seniors)


     

     

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  • Incoming Freshmen Registration Information

    • Feb 7th - LPHS will be handing our course handbooks and registration sheets at LPMS
    • Feb 9th - LPHS will be handing our course handbooks and registration sheets at MA
    • Feb 9th - LPHS counselors will be at LPMS PTO Meeting for Q&A
    • Feb 16th - LPHS Student Council will be at LPMS for Q&A
    • Feb 23 - 8th Grade Registration Night 6:00p.m.

    Course Handbook

    Welcome Letter

    Registration Information

    8th Grade Registration Form (incoming freshmen)

    Ranger Roundup


     

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  • Attention AP Students!

    To all students currently taking an AP class: 

    It is time to register for your AP Exams for May 2017!! All students currently taking an AP class (excluding AP Euro students) are required to attend a MANDATORY AP Exam Information Session (dates and times below). During this mandatory session, you will receive your AP Bulletin and your AP Exam Registration Card. We will also take a few minutes to go over important details in the Bulletin and review the registration process and deadlines.

    **College Board has raised the fee for this year’s testing to $93 per exam.** We are able to accept payments by check only, made out to LPHS. Your payment and completed registration card must be returned to Student Services no later than Friday, March 17thAfter the deadline, no additional registrations will be accepted. Failure to sign up for an exam will result in not being able to take the AP exam in May.

    Mandatory AP Exam Information Sessions: All AP students (excluding AP Euro students) must attend one session

    All Sessions will be held in the Lecture Hall, at the beginning of each lunch period. Sessions will last approximately 15 minutes.

    Thursday, February 9

    Lunch 1 Session: 11:00 am
    Lunch 2 Session: 12:40 pm

    Friday, February 10
    Lunch 1 Session: 11:00 am
    Lunch 2 Session: 12:40 pm

    AP European History Students Only: Students taking AP European History will receive the information and their registration cards in Mr. LeSage’s class on February 9. AP Euro students do NOT need to attend one of the above sessions.


     

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  • Concurrent Enrollment for Fall of 2017-2018


    Eligible high school juniors and seniors may enroll in classes at Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC) to earn college/high school credit while still enrolled in high school. The initial request forms are due to Mrs. Hudson by March 1st. Attached is a description of Concurrent Enrollment as well as the Initial Request form. For any questions regarding Concurrent Enrollment, students should see their counselor and/or Mrs. Hudson in student services.

    Concurrent Enrollment Initial Intent Form 9.1.16
    D38 CE Guidelines 9.1.16


     

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  • All juniors will be taking the SAT on April 11th 

    Students wishing to take the optional essay portion of the SAT may do so at LPHS on this same day.  Please see the attached flyers from College Board and note the following pieces of information:

    • To make an informed decision on whether the essay portion is the right choice for you, please visit https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/inside-the-test/essay. 
    • Those who wish to add the essay will need to add it to their school day registration using a College Board online account at https://student.collegeboard.org/  between Friday (1/27) and Sunday (2/12). 
      • When establishing an account with College Board, students must use their name as it appears in Infinite Campus.
    • SAT without essay will last 4 hours, with essay is 5 hours.
    • If you sign-up for the essay and do not take it a zero will be reported to colleges.


    2017 Colorado SAT Essay Flyer

    2017 Colorado SAT Flyer


     

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  • After School Tutoring 

    Wednesdays and Thursdays

    3 - 4 p.m. 

    Library 

    Wednesdays are staffed for math and science help  

    Thursdays are staffed for Math and English help  

    However students can access either day for help  

    No appointment necessary


     

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  • Graduation Requirements Beginning with the Graduating Class of 2021

    Beginning with the graduating class of 2021, graduation requirements will be updated from current requirements. More information here.


     

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  • Senior Announcements, Events, and Graduation Information

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Ranger Facts

  • Lewis-Palmer High School

    • Eight-time John Irwin School of Excellence Award Recipient including 2012, 2013, and 2014
    • 20 AP course options
    • 2014 Junior Class composite 2014 ACT score = 22.9
    • 2014 Accredited with Distinction (100% academic achievement; 100% postsecondary/workforce readiness)
    • 96.1% Graduation Rate
    • Over 6 million dollars in scholarships awarded to 2015 graduates
    • Project Lead the Way National Certification, offering Engineering and Biomedical courses
    • 2015 Colorado State Teacher of the Year Kathy Thirkell

School Hours

  • Main Office: 7:00 to 3:30
    Attendance Office: 7:15 to 3:15
    Class Time: 7:40 to 2:52
    Unless otherwise stated, all hours are Monday through Friday.

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