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  • Monday, April 12, 2021


    Happy birthday to the following people who have birthdays this week:

    Sunday, April 11: Peyton Baker, Nicholas Hancock, Brock Neill, Joseph Plankenhorn, Devin Schrader, Payton Sheppard

    Monday, April 12: Paiziah Chounard, Mrs. Galetti, Dana McDonald, Tiyel Peters, Tyler Wrobleski

    Tuesday, April 13: Corey Dillard, Devin Faletti, Brice Fundell, Carly Sluder, Mrs. Sell

    Wednesday, April 14: Caleb Burrell, Itzia Casas, Jack Funfsinn, Sherleen Gonzalez-Rivas, Gracie Pierski, Alexander Pozzi, Gavin Repsel, Anthony Snelius, Isabella Weber

    Thursday, April 15: Landon Roark, Mr. Glupczynski, Mr. Medina

    Friday, April 16: Liberty Gallik, Carl Hicks, Samantha Hicks, Joshua Neavins,

    Saturday, April 17: MaKinzie Brown, Paige Kirkman, Aerial Stephens


    The SAT is scheduled for tomorrow. All participants should arrive no later than 7:40. Please bring your completed self-certification form. The exam will start PROMPTLY at 7:45. Room assignments have been sent to student email accounts. PLEASE CHECK YOUR LPHS EMAIL so you know which room you should report to. Please make sure you bring #2 pencils, an approved calculator, and your LPHS ID. 


    There will be no scheduled L-P or ACC classes on Tuesday, April 13, due to the SAT administration. Classes will resume on Wednesday, April 14.


    Variety Show rehearsal is Tuesday at 3:00 in the Sellett Gym. Please see Mrs. Hartman if you have any questions.


    Any boy that is interested in going out for the tennis team this school year, please see Mr. Guenther in room 146. Experience not required! Try something new and learn the basics of a lifetime sport.


    This is a reminder that the US History award exam for seniors is tomorrow, April 13th at 1:00 in room 128.


    Attention all seniors! A $500 scholarship has been established for an LP senior planning to attend a 2-or 4-year school or trade school. There is no minimum gpa. The student must simply complete the application at the following link including list of activities, work experience, community service and a 1-page or less essay by April 26. 



    Attention seniors: There will be 2 upcoming FAFSA help sessions through ISAC, Tuesday, April 13th and Wednesday, April 14th. There is no sign-up required.   Just join the zoom for the FAFSA information and individual help on this graduation requirement located on the Counseling homepage.


    Next week is Homecoming Week! 

    Vote now for your Homecoming Court through the link in your school email. 

    Homecoming T-Shirts can be ordered online now.


    The theme is “Stronger Together” and the Spirit Day dress-ups are as follows:

    Monday: Class colors

    (Seniors black, Juniors white, Sophomores gray, Freshmen blue)

    Tuesday: Hero Day

    (this could be emergency responders, local heroes, or any of your favorite popular superheroes)

    Wednesday: Dynamic Duo (aka twin day)

    Thursday: America Day (wear your red/white/blue)

    Friday: Cavalier Spirit Day (so wear Red & Green)

    Also there will be a 7th hour Door Decorating Contest representing our theme “Stronger Together” and the winning class will receive a prize during Friday’s 7th hour Virtual Pep Rally!


    Here’s the quote of the day: “Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things.”


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  • Monday, March 29, 2021


    Happy birthday to the following people who have birthdays this week and next week:

    Sunday, March 28: Maverick Andrews, Jayden DeLaGarza, Lauren Johnson, Olivia Milton, Ella Raef, Alex Smith

    Monday, March 29: Russell Kreider, Ashlee Lord, Amilia Sanchez

    Tuesday, March 30: Hannah Dykstra, Mya Slover, Sam Wright, Zachary Znaniecki, and Mr. Gibson

    Wednesday, March 31: Ayden Barajas, Walter Haage, Lainie Lawless, Olivia Paden, Pamela Ramirez

    Thursday, April 1: Ava Piecha

    Friday, April 2: Clare Hammerich-Cook, Aliyah Thorson, Joshua Washkowiak

    Saturday, April 3: Isabella Delaney, Schuyler Ebner, Anthony Frackowiak, Caitlin Traub, Ms. Gibson

    Monday, April 5: Kaden Burkiewicz, Matthew Carrico, Naneishka Carillo, Ashley Diaz, Daemon Hall, Adam Lane, Easton Moncrief, Madeline Pangrcic, Jocelyn Thomas

    Tuesday, April 6: Jayden Huebbe-Faso, Tanea Kinney, Litzy Lopez, Serena Ries

    Wednesday, April 7: Brenton Cline, Ruby Mondragon, Anna Pantoja, Emilio Phlippeau, Mia Saephan, Braxton Simmons, Drake Weber

    Thursday, April 8: Briana Keith, Emily Nushardt, Ashlee Pantoja, Joseph Story

    Friday, April 9: Madalyn Freeman, Coral Garcia

    Saturday, April 10: Mikaela Meyer


    Attention all softball players:  Softball tryouts will start on Monday morning, April 5th at 7:00 a.m.  If you are planning to attend tryout, please contact Coach Huebbe for all information.


    The literacy lab is open Monday through Thursday during 7th hour or 12:45 pm to 2:45pm by appointment.  The purpose of this lab is to help students with their academic reading and writing learning. Help is available for all levels of the writing process.

    Contact Ms. Sobin at bsobin@lphs.net if you have any questions.



    There will be a yearbook meeting at 2:40pm on Wednesday, March 31st. Anyone interested in joining yearbook club or the class should attend. Please email Ms. West for the virtual meeting link. 


    Attention science club:  our next meeting will be Thursday, April 1st at 1:00 in room 306 to continue the animal behavior activity we started last week.  If you can attend, please email Mrs. Depenbrock or Mrs. Kochis. 


    Attention, girls interested in track and field: the season starts April 5th.  Contact Coach Beatty by email or come to room 304 if interested.  Two sport athletes are welcome.


    Any boy that is interested in going out for the tennis team this school year, please see Mr. Guenther in room 146. Experience not required! Try something new and learn the basics of a lifetime sport.


    ATTENTION SENIORS:  Please check your email for a link to complete a short survey regarding this year's promenade.  Please submit your response by Wednesday, March 31st.   If you have any questions, you can contact Mrs. Turczyn or Mrs. Lamboley. 


    The SAT will be held on Tuesday, April 13, for all juniors and any senior who did not test in the Fall and who wishes to take the exam. The SAT is not required for seniors. Seniors who would like to take the exam on April 13, should email Mr. Gibson by Wednesday, March 31, to register. Juniors do NOT have to register for the exam. All juniors will test on April 13. If there are any questions about the SAT, please contact Mr. Gibson.

    ACCESS testing will be held tomorrow, March 30, for Freshmen and Sophomores and Thursday, April 1, for Juniors and Seniors. You should have received a notification from Mrs. Liebhart if you are testing. The Cavalier Community Room (Room 101 on the 1st Floor) will be used for this testing. Please make sure to bring your FULLY CHARGED chromebook on the day of your test. Testing will begin PROMPTLY at 7:45.


    There will be no scheduled L-P or ACC classes on Tuesday, April 13, due to the SAT administration. Classes will resume on Wednesday, April 14.


    The Variety Show is Monday, April 19.  The Junior Board is in need of performers. Please consider sharing your talents with the LP Community. Contact Mrs. Hartman before Spring Break via email or in room 338 for additional details.


    Attention Writing Club:   Our March meeting will be on Tuesday, March 30 at 2:40 PM. in Mrs. Phillips' room (147). If you can't attend in person, join the Google Classroom Meet link. Hope to see everyone attend!


    Attention all seniors:  It remains a graduation requirement to complete your FAFSA.  If you have not already done so, please contact your counselor or Daniela Rios from ISAC for one-on-one help. Her number is 847-849-3101 or you may schedule an appointment with her using the following link: calendly.com/daniela-rios-2.  


    Attention seniors: There were 3 scholarships recently posted under the Illinois Valley Scholarships on the lphs.net webpage: Carol Greening Memorial Nursing Scholarship, Deb Pyszka Memorial Scholarship, and Brian Lamps Memorial Physical Therapy Scholarship.


    Attention students:   The Streator Onized Credit Union (SOCU) is offering five $500.00 scholarships and three $250 scholarships. For more information and eligibility requirements, check out the scholarship page under Illinois Valley Scholarships. The deadline is April 1st.


    Girls' soccer first regular season practice is April 5 at LP Sports Complex.

    Last two preseason workouts are today, March 29 and Wednesday, March 31 from 1:30-3pm at LP Sports Complex unless inclement weather.  Please contact Coach Pappas or the athletic office if you have any questions.


    Attention Seniors, if you received A’s both semesters in US History or Honors US History you are eligible to take a comprehensive examination in American History to determine a winner for the Knights of Columbus Award. The test will be given in Room 128 at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 13th. Check your school email for more information.


    Here’s the quote of the day by Jackson Brown: “Life doesn’t require that we be the best, only that we try our best.”


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