Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Tuesday, February 9, 2021


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

Monday, February 8: Madeline Miller, Donavin Vazquez

Tuesday, February 9: Hunter Niehaus

Wednesday, February 10: Natalie Perra, Lauren Phillips, Teresa Pini, Kendra Walgenbach, Collin Ward, and Mr. McLaughlin

Thursday, February 11: Colton McCauley, and Mr. Kowalczyk

Friday, February 12: Adam Sarabia, and Mrs. Ryan


Attention Science Club: This is a reminder that we will be having a guest speaker at 3:00 on Wednesday, February 10th. Please be prompt and check your email for the link. If you have any questions, then contact Mrs. Depenbrock or Mrs. Kochis and check the google classroom. 


Drama Club will be meeting on Tuesday at 3:15 on our Google Classroom. New members are always able to join! Please email Ms. Koukol if you have any questions.


This is a reminder that most LP scholarships have a deadline of next Monday, February 15th. Check out the summary document at lphs.net for a list of all the scholarships.


Do you need help with the IVCC process?  Join us during one of the following meetings in-person with IVCC reps on February 10 or 11 (you must select the day you learn in-person at LP).  Please visit the link below for more details and to sign up for a spot.  Your attendance will be taken at the meeting with additional instructions to follow for those who register.  Your attendance is highly encouraged if you plan to attend IVCC, however a virtual meeting is also in the planning process if you cannot attend during one of these sessions.    Thank you!



Attention seniors: There’s a scholarship posted under the Illinois Valley Scholarships called Tri-County Opportunities Council. They have 12 scholarships of up to $1250 each for income eligible students.

It is not too late to sign up for the Polar Plunge on March 6th. This will be an at home plunge and all proceeds go to the local Special Olympics region. Check out @LP_LEAD on Twitter or contact Ms. Davidson for more info on registration!


Here’s the quote of the day by Arthur Ashe: “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”