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  • Monday, May 24, 2021

     

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

    Sunday, May 23: McKenzi Donaway, Sage Gallik, Ryan Kallas, Connor Kelly, Mason Luth, Danica Scoma, and Scout Wilts

    Monday, May 24: Lillianna Bermudez, Maalik Madrigal, Grady Morscheiser, Noah Rietgraf, Lila Senica, and Brissa Trinidad

    Tuesday, May 25: Traeger Abens, Eduardo Fuentes, Brandon Parker, Isaiah Ramos, and Mr. Heiden.

    Wednesday, May 26: Lorenzo Rios, Austin Szuda, and Mrs. Cocking.

    Thursday, May 27: Adriana Alcantar, Brayan Gonzalez

    Saturday, May 29: Sebastian Serratos, Connor Taylor, Charlotte Valvo

     

    Renaissance's Most Inspirational Student Recognition is awarded to students who stay true to themselves, overcome obstacles, or have a huge impact on somebody else’s life. They are people who inspire us to do better, be better, and look for the positives everyday. Congratulations to our students who were nominated and selected as this school year's Most Inspirational Students. They are Lucas Barry, Alina Allen, Elia Becker, and Nora Maier. 

     

    Congratulations to the second semester Renaissance Tireless and Staff winners, Mr. Nelson and Mrs. Sadnick! Thank you for going above and beyond for the students of LP.

     

    Any girl interested in playing golf next year please see Coach Goy in the Sellett Gym anytime during the day or email him at pgoy@lphs.net for more information.

     

    Attention students, faculty and staff:

    LP’s lost and found is located in the bookstore. Many items have been turned in. If you are missing something, stop by the bookstore to see if it is there.   We have lots of items like water bottles, coats, sweatshirts, lunch boxes, glasses and much more. One of them could be yours!

     

    Summer APT camp will be from June 7th  - August 5th Monday thru Thursday mornings. Times will be 6, 7, 8, and 9. Get your forms turned in by Wednesday May 26th. . See Mr. Keating or your coach for a flyer. Outwork Everyone!!!!

     

    Attention all students: Please wear a college or post-secondary shirt tomorrow, Tuesday, May 25th.     Stop by the Counseling Office for your chance to win a $10 gift card.

     

    There will be a meeting for all girls going out for basketball, Tuesday at 1p.m. via google meet. Anyone not on google meet can do so by contacting Coach Miller or Guenther.

     

    Attention all students: Summer school sign-ups are continuing through the rest of this week. An email with the registration form was sent to your student email. P lease contact your counselor with any questions.

     

    Here’s the quote of the day by Mel Robbins: “Know yourself. Accept yourself for who you are, right where you are. And then create some boundaries in your routine that aren’t serving you today in order to get closer to the life and work you truly desire.”

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    Attention seniors: This is a reminder to get your FAFSA in before you leave- and if you haven’t done so to have your senior questionnaire filled out. Please see your counselor with any questions.

    Seniors must pay all outstanding fees, or they will not be able to walk in the graduation ceremony.

    This is a reminder that graduation practice will be on Wednesday, May 26th at 1:00 p.m. in the Sellett Gym. Congratulations to all the graduates! Good luck in your future endeavors!

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    “I am honored to lead a district so rich in history, yet dedicated to offering innovative programs designed to inspire learning. Our Board of Education supports and promotes strong academic and vocational course offerings balanced with a wide-array of extracurricular and fine arts experiences. It is our promise to deliver opportunities for students to serve their communities, become problem-solvers and strong communicators, and demonstrate care for themselves and others.”

     

    Dr. Steven R. Wrobleski

    Superintendent

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    LaSalle-Peru Township High School ranked top high school in region by U.S. News & World Report (2020)

     

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