Lenox will be available through the silent auction during Trivia Night on January 31st. If you want a chance to win this cutie, reserve your table now! Good luck!!
Any students wishing to help as a Trivia Night volunteer should go to the following link to sign up. There are opportunities for set-up or being involved as a table runner for the night. Any/all help is appreciated. All money raised will go into the account for the Class of 2017 Senior Celebration.
Please join us on Thursday, January 8, 2015 in room 137 for another installment of our Speaker Series - "Scheduling Classes for 2015 and Beyond."
Marybeth Desloge, Lafayette High School counselor and department chairperson, will present a preview and sneak peek into the myths and realities of scheduling and registration procedures at Lafayette.
We look forward to seeing you!
The Class of 2017 will be hosting Lafayette's annual Trivia Night on Saturday, January 31st. This is our major fundraiser for the year, and is open to the entire Lafayette community. We encourage students and adults to gather groups of friends and purchase a table. There will be ten rounds of trivia, raffles, and a silent auction. Please visit the PTO webpage to download the registration form or contact the sophomore office. We hope to see you there!
This year, our class has adopted a family for the holidays. This family has mom, a 21-year-old son, a 16-year-old son, and twin 2-year-old daughters with special needs. Please see the following link to see how you can help. We will be collecting in the sophomore office through the December 12th. Thanks for your support!
This year, class ring sales for the Sophomore Class will be taking place in April. Rings will come in during the first week of the school year, and we will have the Ring Ceremony at that time.
Students will be bringing home their information packets in April. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Lafayette Speaker Series: This month’s speaker series is on a topic you will not want to miss!
Pit Falls of Social Media will be held on November 4 in the Theatre at 7 p.m. Cindy Schroeder, from INOBTR, will address parents and teenagers on the benefits and pit falls of internet use. What is enough parental control? Do your kids deserve privacy, and when did they get so smart about technology? This is a great presentation with loads of important information for parents and for kids!
Now that Homecoming is over, here is the link to all of the canned food drive sign-ups for November:
There are 4 separate links on the symbaloo page to the separate events.
Nov. 8/9 Ellisville Shop n Save
Nov. 15/16 Wildwood Schnuck's
Nov. 15/16 Manchester Walmart
Nov. 22/23 Ellisville Shop n Save
Please remember that we have our second night of Parent/Teacher Conferences tonight at LHS. They will run from 4:30-8:00 pm.
Thanks to those parents that attended our fall conferences on Wednesday. Our second date for conferences will be next week - Thursday, October 9th from 4:30-8:00 pm. We hope to see you there!