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   4th Grade Youth Frontiers Kindness Retreat
   Sep 19 2014 at 12:35 PM
   "Great American Fundraiser" Orders Due
   Sep 23 2014
   MS/HS Vision & Hearing
   Sep 24 2014
   Homecoming
   Sep 26 2014 at 07:17 PM
   Elementary Picture Retakes
   Sep 29 2014
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We have been notified that MnDot will now be closing Hwy. 169 ramps at Hwy. 93 and Sibley Co. Rd. 8 on Tuesday, September 9th until early October.  These closures will have a slight impact on some of our bus schedules.  Bus routes affected by the ramp closures are routes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 14.  To adjust for this, we will be starting these routes 5 minutes earlier in the morning and riders will arrive at their drop-off 5 minutes later at the end of the day.  All bus riders should be at their bus stop 5 minutes earlier than their originally assigned time.  For more information, please contact Transportation Director, Pat Doherty at 507-665-4650.

The Le Sueur-Henderson School District will be celebrating its annual Homecoming September 21st – 27th.  With Homecoming comes many memory-making events that will remain with students for a lifetime.  The Homecoming court, special activities during the week, athletic events, and of course the dance are all special events that make high school years so memorable.

Some non-school events have been associated with homecoming over the years.  Most of these events are intended to be pranks or jokes and be funny.  Unfortunately, the victims of the pranks and jokes do not find them funny.  In fact, they are causing worries about safety and financial hardships.  To understand the level the pranks have gone, these actions are considered acts of vandalism and trespassing.  The Le Sueur-Henderson School District does not support or condone any of these non-school events.  We will however, assist and support law enforcement’s prosecution of any individuals or groups engaging in activities that damage others property or person.  We request that anyone with information about someone involved in any such activities contact the Le Sueur Police Department at 507-665-3313. 

Our goal is for everyone to enjoy a safe and pleasurable Homecoming celebration that will provide fond memories for all.

8/08/14 School Board Meeting Highlights:
  • Rejected Snow Bid Removal bids and set a new bid date for September 29, 2014 for the 2014-15 School Year.
  • LSH is currently at 1,047 students.
  • Park Update: All pick-up locations have been moved to the outer doors of the building instead of the main entrance. All kindergartners receive free breakfast this year. One of the goals for PBIS this year is family engagement.
  • Hilltop Update: The first 2 weeks of the year are spent going over digital citizenship. This year the second chance breakfast is new to Hilltop. NWEA testing begins on Monday.
  • MS/HS Update: RAMP up is off to a good start. There are currently about 12 students in the health/science academy, 4 students in the agriculture academy, and 12 in the welding academy. These academies are shared with St. Peter students.
  • Grounds Update: A filming platform was installed in the main gym at the MS/HS gym for filming athletic events. Two new speakers have been put on top of the press box at the football field. Park Elementary had new directional signs installed in the building.
  • Approved changing the September 22, 2014 Regular School Board meeting and Work Session to the Middle/High School Media Center and changing the October 6, 2014 Regular School Board meeting to Hilltop Elementary.
Today is Wednesday, July 16. We’re past the midway point of summer.

Where has the time gone?

If students have not already purchased some of their supplies for the upcoming year, I am sure plans are being made in preparation for when that first bell beckons them back to the classroom in September. Ok, maybe our learners are trying to put off the inevitable, but it’s time to at least check your engine levels.

Are we ready to make this our best year ever? Our custodians are busy making every inch of our facilities shine. 

It’s a glow that will carry us through the 2014-15 school year and make us proud of LS-H. 

As parents, do you have goals for yourself of how to help your child succeed? Maybe, there’s a subject that needs a little boost. Is there a talent in your child that needs encouragement? As administers and teachers, are we ready to take that material from those summer conferences and apply them in the classroom?

For students, how are you going to make your mark? In the classroom, co-curriculars, in the community? Are you volunteering at the food shelf or the local hospital or nursing home? How can you make your voice be heard? What do you value? When someone asks you what two or three words define you, what will you say?
In other words, do you have a strategic plan for where you need to be now, next June and the following June? If you will be a senior, can you look at your roadmap and say you have accomplished your goals and stayed on track?

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