As we continue our drug prevention efforts in the Loveland City Schools, we ask for your support as we administer the PreventionFIRST! student drug use survey. This is an anonymous student survey about alcohol use, drug use, and other health behaviors.
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If you prefer that your child not participate please inform our office, in writing, before noon on Monday, October 23, 2017 as the survey will be administered the 4th week in October. An email to firstname.lastname@example.org will suffice.
Now that the school year is in full swing, we would like to remind everyone about the safety concerns regarding the driveways and parking lots at the beginning and end of the day.
We are asking parents/guardians to please drop off and pick up students at the main entrance, door #12, on the same side as the student parking lot. Enter via the south driveway at the traffic light and exit via the north driveway, on the stadium side of the campus. Please do not turn around in the student parking lot and exit at the light.
Due to the congestion from the school buses and staff parking, please do not enter the parking lot on the Rich Road side of the building. This is a very serious safety concern and we must limit the traffic in the bus and staff parking lot.
Also, all students who park at Phillips park are encouraged to ride the available shuttle bus running at 7:05 and 7:15 each morning!
Thank you for your cooperation! #TigerSafety
Mr. Matt Buis
LHS Assistant Principal
We want to remind everyone of the student handbook policy we have in place regarding the student technology device requirements (items of importance have been bolded):
It is the responsibility of all LHS students to have their personal/school issued device charged and ready for use each school day. This includes bringing the device charger and any other technology items a student may need.
In the case of an emergency in which a student would need to rent a device, rental devices may be available at the LIT kiosk located in the LHS media center. If a device is available for rental, the device must be returned at the end of the school day. The rental devices are school property and must not leave the school premises. If not returned at the end of the school day, the student will be referred to school administration and may face school consequences.
Students may receive up to 5 rental days per semester. Once a student has reached their rental limit for the semester the student must speak with a school administrator before any further rentals take place.
LCSD Director of Technology and Innovation