LPHS Covid-19 Resources
We are here to help you and your family navigate the various challenges associated with the widespread changes in day-to-day life because of COVID-19. For help with the technical aspects of Remote Learning at LPHS, please visit this page.
How We're Providing Student Services Support
Being away from friends and teachers can be difficult. LPHS Student Services is still available to help you with the following:
- Transcripts and academic records
- Scheduling for the 2020-21 school year
- College planning and applications
- Social and emotional support
- PPCC Career Start & Concurrent enrollment
- 504 accommodations and goals
- Monitoring academic progress
Students can set up an appointment with grade level Counselors, School Social Worker (Mrs. Sell), or School Psychologist (Mrs. Armstrong) by filling out this form. Then check your Lewis-Palmer email for a response or a meeting time and link to the meeting.
Student Services staff may also need to meet or check in with an individual student, so students may receive a virtual pass in their Lewis-Palmer email.
Report a Concern
Use Safe 2 Tell to anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community. If you or someone you know is in urgent danger, call 911.
To report suspected child abuse or neglect, call 1-844-CO-4-KIDS. This is a statewide number that directs callers to call-takers in their specific county.
If any student is struggling with thoughts of self-harm, Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership can set up a video conference by calling (719) 573-7447. Therapists have the ability to video conference, and peer support groups will be accessible through a Zoom link. School counselors may also be contacted to provide student support and assist with concerns.
General Resources: Mental Health Crisis, Food, etc.
Family Wellness Resources
Note: These resources are compiled here for informational purposes only and are not necessarily endorsed by or affiliated with LPHS.