CALLING ALL FORMER PLAYERS OF LEROY LEWIS: Join us on September 1st @ 6pm for a night of volleyball as we dedicate the gym to one of the winning-est coaches of all time! Lewis coached 12 consecutive undefeated volleyball seasons with 146 consecutive wins. The JV game starts at 6pm. The dedication will be after the JV game and before the Varsity game. A volleyball will be available at the gate for former players to sign before the game and will be presented to the family. Please spread the word to former players so they may attend this special event.
PTO is planning a back to school event on September 11 so check back to see the date and time.
Urgent: Anyone wishing to substitute for any district position must contact us to complete new required e-Verify paperwork before she can complete your certificate.
Welcome to the new and improved website! We are excited about the upcoming year. This new look is just a small example of the work we are doing to make education more productive and effective for our children. We are especially excited that 2010 marks the 100 year anniversary of the original high school structure that still houses our offices, media center, and board room. Stay tuned for more content to be added as students and teachers return.
"As we saw how the students who had laptops benefited from this tool, it became imperative to do everything we could to implement the program as quickly as possible," said Holland. "We found that by making use of some existing lab computers and buying just a few more than we normally would, we could both stay within our budget and meet all of our computer needs." The school has enough laptops for every 9th-12th-grade student, plus a few extra. "We anticipate that we will have a few students who are new to our school and we want to make sure we can take care of them as well," stated Dr. Holland.
The laptops are managed by the district technology specialist, Mr. Scott Martinsen. According to Martinsen, these machines are "state of the art." "They read and write to CD and DVD, they include wireless networking and they have a built-in camera." The computers have software that will allow students to write, read electronic textbooks, create multimedia presentations and access the Internet. The machines are also loaded with "LoJack" technology that allows any machine that "goes missing" to be tracked.
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