ANNOUNCEMENTS FEBRUARY 2021
AP EXAM SCHEDULE for students currently registered for AP Exams, May 2021:
To provide flexibility to schools that need more instructional time before testing and to prioritize the health/safety of students and educators, the College Board has released an expanded 2021 AP Exam schedule. Rather than offering a single testing approach, this year’s testing administration includes a variety of testing options. Testing will now take place from May 18th-May 28th. The administration includes both paper and digital testing as well as in-school and at-home testing options. All exams will be full-length tests and cover the full course content. Please review the AP Testing Schedule and additional information on Lafayette’s website, under students, AP testing: https://www.fcps.net/site/Default.aspx?PageID=13892
Boys Volleyball will be making a comeback this Spring. If you are interested, please fill out the google form using the link below. There will be a Zoom Meeting next week between March 1-5, so keep a look out in your e-mail for the link. For more immediate questions, you can contact Coach Stegman at email@example.com https://forms.gle/4NS5HTyhWZjsgcp89
The Lafayette Times is selling one liners and ads to be included in our Senior Edition To purchase, contact the Times at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone interested in trying out for the 2021 track and field team needs to reach out to Coach Davis (email@example.com) by March 19th to get information about how to do so. Athletes without up-to-date physicals on file will not be able to try out.
Are you interested in intellectual discussions about important CURRENT social & political events? If you said yes, then Ms. Bolinger would recommend adding the ‘Political Science’ elective to your schedule cart for next year. It is only offered to 10th, 11th, & 12th graders. Please read the course description: Advanced Political Science: The course content intertwines political ideology, political philosophy, and governmental relationships. Heavy emphasis on national and international political issues. Discussion based course with substantial writing component.
Through March 5, National Honor Society is sponsoring a book drive for the Lexington Book Cellar. There is a green box in the front office for the donations. We are looking for history, mystery, children’s books and any novels.
It's not too late to join the track team! If you want to join our Zoom workouts or you're just curious and have questions about the team, please email Coach Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
A reminder that a live stream of “mindful start” will happen every school day (while we are virtual) at 8:15 a.m. Log onto harmonyinschools (no spaces) YouTube channel. Recordings will be posted later that day in case you missed it.
Need a Driver's Permit Verification form? You may request one on LHS website. Click >Student>Driver's Permit Verification Form. Until further notice, all forms are to be picked up in the front office on school days between 8AM and 3PM.
Alive at 25 classes are still being offered, just on Zoom! Students can still register by going to www.kentuckysafedriver.com and clicking on “Alive at 25” under “Courses” or by calling our office at 502-699-2995.