Principal's Message 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I hope this message finds you and your families well as we wrap up another successful marking period at Lansdowne High. As we continue to navigate through the academic year, I am filled with pride and gratitude for the remarkable achievements and dedication demonstrated by our students and supported by you, their families.

I am thrilled to share that over 765 of our students have achieved an impressive attendance rate of 90% or higher during the third marking period. This level of commitment to showing up every day is a testament to the resilience, determination, and prioritization of education by our students. It's also a reflection of the strong support and encouragement from families. Attendance plays a crucial role in student success, as it ensures that students do not miss out on vital instruction and collaborative learning opportunities that occur in the classroom.

I am equally pleased to recognize that 251 of our students earned Honor Roll recognition for their academic excellence in the second marking period and we look forward to honoring an equal amount of students for the third marking period.  This achievement highlights the hard work, perseverance, and intellectual curiosity of our students. Achieving Honor Roll status is no small feat, and it signifies a student's ability to excel academically and set a positive example for their peers.

The connection between regular attendance and academic success cannot be overstated. Students who consistently attend school are more likely to grasp the material taught in class, participate in engaging discussions, and benefit from the resources and experiences our school provides. Regular attendance also fosters a sense of community and belonging, which is essential for emotional and social development. As we move forward, let us continue to emphasize the importance of being present and engaged every day. Your role in this effort is crucial; by valuing education and prioritizing school attendance, you are setting a strong foundation for your child's future success.

This month students enrolled in English 10, Algebra 1, American Government and Living Systems will participate in state testing.   For students in American Government and Living Systems, their score on the assessment will count as their final exam and count for 20% of their overall course grade.  For students in English 10 and Algebra 1, earning a score of 3 or 4 on these assessments will impact their College and Career Readiness designation.

I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to all of you for your ongoing support of our work here at Lansdowne High. It is your encouragement at home that reinforces the value of education and motivates our students to strive for excellence. Together, we are making a significant impact on our students' lives, and I am confident that we will continue to see remarkable achievements as the year progresses.

As always, we are here to support our students and families in any way we can. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

 

With gratitude,

 


Allison Seymour

Principal

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Each month, students are selected as Vikings of the Month to recognize the way in which they consistently uphold the Viking Code of Conduct - Readiness, Responsibility, and Respect

The winners for April are:
Grade 9 - Timothy Liu
Grade 10 - Leslie Villafuerte Mateos
Grade 11 - Rayne Wright
Grade 12 - Caleb Rodwell

Virtuous Vikings of the Month

Each month, the school community will focus on a Virtue that complements the Viking Code of Conduct of Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness. Students are selected as Virtuous Viking of the Month to recognize the way in which they consistently uphold the Virtue of the Month.

The winners for April are:
Grade 9 - Makiyla Johnson
Grade 10 - Shedric Barnes
Grade 11 - Riley Kratz
Grade 12 - Macie Call


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