Announcements & Upcoming Events
Teacher Work Day
Final Exam Schedule
NO LATE START ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday, May 21st
- Period 1....7:50-9:50
- Period 4...10:05 -12:05
Wednesday, May 22nd (NO LATE START)
- Period 2...7:50-9:50
- Period 5....10:05 -12:05
Thursday, May 23rd (Last Day of School)
- Period 3...7:50 -9:50
- Period 6..10:05-12:05
All 3 of these days students get out at 12:05 and May 23rd is the last day of school..
This is a change from the original school calendar due to school closure days for bad weather.
Holiday - Memorial Day
Prof. Development Day
Images from the graduation ceremony can be viewed and purchased on line Thursday, May 16th - June 16, 2013. The images can be viewed online at http://www.seemyprints.com, by using the search term “LHS Graduation”. Print prices start at $5.
If you have any questions, please call Portraits Photography Studio at 451-0633, email them at email@example.com or stop by their studio at 246 Illinois Street, Fairbanks.
LATHROP GRADUATION VDIEO
You can watch a video of the Lathrop Graduation by following this link.
Lathrop High School Graduation
Last Day of School
Finals 3 & 6
Finals 2 & 5
Finals 1 & 4
Spotlight: Lathrop Academy Showcase
Students show off ingenuity at Lathrop showcase
FAIRBANKS — From Mozart to mambo, ceramics to watercolor — Lathrop High School students displayed their diverse talent to the community at the Lathrop Academy Showcase on Thursday.
The two-hour evening event featured a wide variety of student artwork, projects, musical performances, and presentations from career academy students. The Lathrop High School career academies allow students to explore interests in engineering, music, visual arts, journalism, biomedicine, business and technology.
The bustling Lathrop Academy Showcase included student works in a variety of visual media, as well as jazz, harp, violin and choral performances. Students also exhibited carpentry pieces from Construction Academy courses, articles from the school newspaper, and science displays from the Biomedical Sciences Academy.
For many students, the evening was an opportunity to not only share their work with their fellow students and families but also discuss their interests with community members who toured the vibrant halls. The goal of the career academies is to promote career awareness and exploration, and allow students to see the connection between their studies and their future career goals.Read full article
Student artist of the week: Sarah Karl
Student artist Sara Karl put her artistic talents on display recently, designing and crafting four costumes for the Lathrop High School stage production of “Beauty and the Beast,” while keeping up with her homework, artwork and cross country running and track.
“Sara’s work shows a level of sophistication uncommonly seen in a high school student,” art teacher Margaret Donat said. “Her work is beautiful and thoughtful.
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Lathrop High School Presents Beauty and the Beast
Lathrop High School Ballroom Dance Performance
Bus Stop Map & Schedule
Parent/Guardian Email in PowerSchool Premier
If you have not logged into PowerSchool Premier and updated your guardian email account, you will not receive emails from teachers or the Lathrop Malemute Daily Bulletin. Please be sure to update your account as soon as possible in order to receive information from Lathrop High School. School staff cannot update this information for you--you have to personally login and make the updates yourself. If you have questions, contact Jodie Ellingson in Counseling at 456-7794 x17503.
Policy Regarding Students in the Building After School
The only students allowed in the building after 2:45 p.m. each day will be those students participating in school activities. Safety Assistants will require all students not participating in school activities to wait in the Fishbowl for their rides. When the last Safety Assistant leaves work at 5:00 p.m., they will require all students not participating in school activities to exit the building. These new procedures will bring us in alignment with other district high school procedures. It will also address concerns regarding students loitering in the building after school hours.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Principal Dave Dershin at 456-7794 or firstname.lastname@example.org.