Important Information about Student Schedules for the 2019-20 School Year
Student schedules will be available for students and parents to view on Synergy, Wednesday, July 24. You can request corrections, if there is a problem with your schedule. Please note that we will ONLY make changes for the following reasons:
- You have taken and passed a course that is on your schedule.
- You are a senior and are missing a required class for graduation.
- You have the same course listed twice on your schedule.
- There is a gap in your schedule (missing a period) or you have a CNSL listed for a period.
- You have not met the pre-requisite for a class on your schedule. (ie: scheduled for Drawing 2 but have not had Drawing 1)
Schedule changes WILL NOT BE MADE for the following reasons:
1. You want a different teacher.
2. You want to be in a class with a friend.
3. You want a different lunch(we now have 3 lunch cycles).
4. You changed your mind about the classes you registered for in the Spring.
For your convenience using the google form is best and changes will be made as soon as possible. Check your Synergy for updates.
Click HERE for the google form.
We are limiting our face-to-face meetings with counselors to 15 minutes on the Readiness Days for multiple problems with your schedules as listed above ONLY, and will schedule appointments during your grade levels assigned time and day. If you need an appointment, call the Counseling Center at 402-436-1301, ext. 3 after schedules are live on July 24th.
Counseling Team Assignments have changed and are listed below:
Renee McClure – ELL Levels 1-5 all grades
Niki Barnes – Pre-IB and IB
Judy Tuttle – 10th & 12th grade students last names A-Ha
Van Nguyen – 10th & 12th grade students last names Hb-O
Danielle Pranger – 10th & 12th grade students last names P-Z
Adan Martinez – 9th & 11th grade students last names A-Ha
Becky Tegeler – 9th & 11th grade students last names Hb-O
Lucas Varley – 9th & 11th grade students last names P-Z, NCAA students
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
@Lincoln High School
1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
We will have staff and limited interpreters available to help.
If you need help completing the online forms prior to locker checkout or need access to a computer, we will have our Computer Labs open for families who would like to complete these forms in advance and save time in the lines!
This will be an opportunity to do the following:
- Sign up for ParentVue
- Verify your child(ren)’s enrollment
- Complete the Free/Reduced Lunch Application (if applicable)
- Complete the Fee Waiver Form (if applicable)
- Pay Chromebook Assurance Fee and any other applicable fees
- Order Picture Packages online at Mylifetouch.com – Picture Day ID: BN209008Q0
SENIORS! SENIOR T-SHIRTS ARE IN!
If you ordered a senior T-shirt, stop by Room 308 any time today to pick it up.
Senior T-shirts, Room 308. Come and get ’em!
This message is very important for LPS Seniors (graduates) with data on Google Drive that they wish to take with them. EVERY Senior is encouraged to retrieve this data prior to leaving LPS. Even if you are unsure if you will ever want it, it is very important to grab it NOW. As soon as you leave LPS (even the day after leaving) your files are no longer available to you.
ALL GRADUATING SENIORS should follow the instructions at the link below prior to graduation:
ASVAB testing is Thursday, 4/18/19, starting 3rd period in room 300
Sign up at the following jump code: Y1PM.
ASVAB stands for Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery, which is an assessment that measures verbal, math, and science and technical skills, and is the same assessment the military uses for selection and predicting military job training performance (job classification). ASVAB offers students a chance to assess, explore, and keep a record of their skills, interests, aspirations and opportunities for post-secondary education, civilian, and military occupational opportunities. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to sign up.
Any questions please see Ms. Nguyen in the Counseling Center.
“College of Saint Mary’s summer academies is a unique one-week opportunity for Latina and African/ African-American girls designed to prepare students for success in education beyond high school. During the academy, students will learn how to prepare for college entrance, take college-like courses, participate in cultural activities and live in a college residence hall. Academy participants must be upcoming 10th or 11th graders.
This year students will have the opportunity to engage in activities and course work that focuses on kinesiology, anatomy and physiology, and genetics.”
Fee is only $25 for this week long camp!
Priority Admission will be granted to those who complete the application by Monday, April 15, 2019.
Final Application Deadline is Friday, May 31, 2019.
Please follow this LINK for all criteria, dates and application.
This event is for Juniors only.
Date: April 3, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Permission slip and deposit DUE: Monday, March 25, 2019
A $2,000 renewable scholarship to UNL is attached to the visit. Students must be in good standing with grades and good attendance to participate. The dress is ‘business casual’.
A $10 deposit to hold your spot, must be paid by Monday, March 25th or you will not be allowed to attend. The deposit will be immediately returned to you when you board the bus.
Click 2019 1ST Generation Symposium for the permission slip.
Biomedical Sciences Camp
For those interested in Pre-Med, Pre-PA, Sciences
Health Career Camp
For those interested in Nursing, Sonography, or are undecided on healthcare
Check out the Flyer below for all the details and register online at bryanhealthcollege.edu/events
Scholarships are also available!
DEADLINE is tomorrow!
Don’t forget to submit your application by 11:59 p.m. on February 22, 2019.