This message is for students who have submitted applications for the holdback year related to SB128 ONLY. If your student has hopes of competing at the Division 1 level after he/she graduates from high school, there is a strong possibility that staying back in school during their high school years COULD impact their eligibility at the college level. If your high school student-athlete has hopes of playing at the Division 1 level and your student plans to "hold back" next year, you should call the NCAA Customer Service line at 1-877-262-1492 to ask about his/her eligibility. If your students has been contacted by a Division 1 coach or representative already, you should ask what impact would "holding back" during the high school years would have on your student's eligibility, also. You SHOULD NOT ask local school officials or high school coaches about this. All answers concerning NCAA eligibility should come from NCAA representatives or from NCAA-affiliated coaches. We have been receiving NEW INFORMATION about potential issues in the past two days. We have been advised to direct all parents/guardians to the NCAA Customer Service for questions concerning potential D1 athletes who opt to "hold back" during their high school years. ☎️ 1-877-262-1492 - NCAA Customer Service
about 22 hours ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
This message is for students who have submitted applications for the holdback year related to SB128 ONLY. If your student has hopes of competing at the Division 1 level after he/she graduates from high school, there is a strong possibility that staying back in school during their high school years COULD impact their eligibility at the college level. If your high school student-athlete has hopes of playing at the Division 1 level and your student plans to "hold back" next year, you should call the NCAA Customer Service line at 1-877-262-1492 to ask about his/her eligibility. If your students has been contacted by a Division 1 coach or representative already, you should ask what impact would "holding back" during the high school years would have on your student's eligibility, also. You SHOULD NOT ask local school officials or high school coaches about this. All answers concerning NCAA eligibility should come from NCAA representatives or from NCAA-affiliated coaches. We have been receiving NEW INFORMATION about potential issues in the past two days. We have been advised to direct all parents/guardians to the NCAA Customer Service for questions concerning potential D1 athletes who opt to "hold back" during their high school years. ☎️ 1-877-262-1492 - NCAA Customer Service
about 22 hours ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
This message is for students who have submitted applications for the holdback year related to SB128 ONLY. If your student has hopes of competing at the Division 1 level after he/she graduates from high school, there is a strong possibility that staying back in school during their high school years COULD impact their eligibility at the college level. If your high school student-athlete has hopes of playing at the Division 1 level and your student plans to "hold back" next year, you should call the NCAA Customer Service line at 1-877-262-1492 to ask about his/her eligibility. If your students has been contacted by a Division 1 coach or representative already, you should ask what impact would "holding back" during the high school years would have on your student's eligibility, also. You SHOULD NOT ask local school officials or high school coaches about this. All answers concerning NCAA eligibility should come from NCAA representatives or from NCAA-affiliated coaches. We have been receiving NEW INFORMATION about potential issues in the past two days. We have been advised to direct all parents/guardians to the NCAA Customer Service for questions concerning potential D1 athletes who opt to "hold back" during their high school years. ☎️ 1-877-262-1492 - NCAA Customer Service
about 22 hours ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
Reminder: IN-PERSON summer classes are being offered for Lawrence County students in K-12 grades.   This is an excellent opportunity to remediate or to accelerate students in preparation for the next grade level. Application: https://forms.gle/uiSM9cqY6KXu6goN9 🗓Due May 5th
1 day ago, Thomas Burns
Dairy boxes are available to be picked up at Louisa East Elementary for any families who may need one. They are free and contain milk, cheese, etc so they need to be picked up today between 12:30 and 2:00 today.
2 days ago, Thomas Burns
Please complete only 1 parent engagement survey. Most surveys were sent home with your child’s midterm. You may either complete it on paper and send back to your school OR you may click on the link and complete it online. Note-only one survey needs to be completed per household. https://bit.ly/3gOsRWZ
7 days ago, Thomas Burns
An accident involving a trailer tire and three students occurred at Fallsburg Elementary School at approximately 3 PM today. Two classes of students were returning from having math class outside when a wheel broke from a trailer that was being hauled north on Route 3. The wheel crossed two lanes of road, the ditch, and the ridge by the school sidewalk. Subsequently, the tire struck the school building then ricocheted to contact three students. One of the students was flown to Cabell Hospital due to his injuries. According to first responders, thankfully, he was responsive and talking with those providing care while being transported.
9 days ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
As a reminder, these forms are due this Friday... If you would like for your student to participate in the Supplemental School Year Program in accordance with SB128, you must complete the form below. The form MUST be returned to your school's office staff by MAY 1. https://5il.co/r8r3
9 days ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
2-year PAID internship program with the LC tech dept. available to LCHS 2021/2022 Juniors Program will last the Jr year through graduation and so is only open to the Junior class Learn more and apply here with your school email: https://apprentice.kydataseam.com/
13 days ago, Joey McClanahan
DataSeam
IN-PERSON summer classes are being offered for Lawrence County students in K-12 grades. This is an excellent opportunity to remediate or to accelerate students in preparation for the next grade level. Application: https://forms.gle/uiSM9cqY6KXu6goN9 🗓Due May 5th
14 days ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
LCHS and Louisa Middle entered a lockdown/modified lockdown due to a suspicious male on campus. Suspect has been apprehended. All lockdowns have been lifted. #AllinLC
17 days ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
Google Workspace is having some issues today! See dashboard. https://www.google.com/appsstatus#hl=en&v=status
24 days ago, Michael Muncy
For clarification, you only have to fill out the form if you want your child to repeat this school year in accordance with SB128. We highly recommend that you meet with your student's counselor and/or teacher before completing the form. #AllinLC
about 1 month ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
If you would like for your student to participate in the Supplemental School Year Program in accordance with SB128, you must complete the form below. The form MUST be returned to your school's office staff by MAY 1. https://5il.co/r8r3
about 1 month ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
On April 13, 2021, ALL 10th graders will take the ACT test. This is a wonderful opportunity for 10th graders to become familiar with the test before taking the state-required Junior ACT test next school year. Any student who is currently enrolled as a 10th grade student in Lawrence County High School, whether they are on Option 1 or Option 2 may participate. 10th graders should expect a phone contact from the high school with more details as time is closer. Students coming to school to test on that day will be required to follow the Safe at School Protocol for Covid set forth by the KY Department for Health. Any 10th grade student who would like to practice in preparation for the ACT test may find the online resources provided at https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation/free-act-test-prep.html If you have any questions, you may contact Jennifer Dheel at Lawrence County High School 606-638-9676.
about 1 month ago, Michael Muncy
📚🚌Preschool and Kindergarten registration is now available for the 2021-2022 school year! For more information please click on the link below: https://5il.co/r0gj
about 1 month ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
Lawrence County and the City of Louisa are beginning a strategic planning process for the future of our community. We need all students and community members to provide input with this survey: https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0qroW5jMKaDedYa #AllinLC
about 1 month ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
Here are the Board-approved changes to this year’s school calendar. April 5-9 will be used as student attendance make-up days. Last day for students: May 21st. #AllinLC
about 1 month ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
2020-2021 School Calendar
Available to ANYONE 18 and older TODAY and every Friday! No appointment necessary. 🎙COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic 📍LC Community Center (near LCHS) ⏰8 AM - 4 PM 🤝Three Rivers, Kings Daughters, and LC Health Department ☎️606-408-2683 for more information
about 2 months ago, Dr. Robbie Fletcher
LCHS International Tour to Ireland is scheduled for July 12th, 2021. You still have time to sign up your current Freshman through Senior for the trip! Now through March 24th you can sign up with no late fee but you can still sign up after that date. Go to eftours.com and use the tour number: 2390350CC. You can also call EF tours at 1-800-665-5364 . Message Scott.osborn@lawrence.kyschools.us or joey.mcclanahan@lawrence.kyschools.us for more information.
about 2 months ago, Joey McClanahan