Lafayette High
17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011
Phone 636-733-4100 . Fax 636-733-8819
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Lancer Parent Organization

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to the Lancer Parent Organization (LPO) Homepage!

Every Lafayette Family is a Member!

The LPO's mission is to promote the welfare and education of Lafayette students, support the school in improving education, raise funds for programs and materials to enhance education & foster relationships between students, parents and LHS teachers and staff.   The monies raised by your generous donations have funded and will continue to fund a variety of programs, such as:

Lancer Award Scholarships · Challenge Day Program · Yearly Nook Book Titles · ROTC Trips · PE Equipment · STEM Books & Supplies · Language Arts Materials, and MORE!

​Please complete the LPO inform​ation form ​and support your school community.  Our Lancer Parent Organization donation campaign is underway.  Please consider a donation to your LPO.

Click here to make an on-line donation.  Thank you for your support!!

In addition, the LPO sponsors three major fundraisers throughout the year:

  • Freshman class - Carnival
  • Sophomore class - Trivia Night
  • Junior class - Taste of West County

Funds raised from each of these events stay with the class that runs it and are used to finance that class' senior year activities, including Memory Maker Events and Senior Celebration, an alcohol and drug-free all-night celebration following graduation.  See below for a brief description of each event and go to your child's class web  page for related news and activities (as it becomes available).   We encourage you to join the fun and make the most of your child's high school years as an involved Lafayette parent.

In addition to information about class activities, you will also find key forms, meeting minutes, treasury and contact information on these LPO webpages.  LPO meetings are held monthly.  If you have any questions about any event, please contact one of the LPO board members listed below.

You can download and print the contact list for the LPO Board Members and Committee here.


Look out for these key events in the 2017-2018 school year:

You can download and print these key dates here.​​

REGISTRATION -  August 2017
​Students receive their schedules, get their locker assignments, have their photo taken for their school ID, and may purchase parking passes.  ​

Renaissance StudentsMonday, August 7th8:00 am to 11:00 am
Seniors, Juniors, & Sophomores

Monday, August 7th

12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Freshman Parent MeetingThursday, August 10th6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
FreshmanFriday, August 11th8:00 am to 3:00 pm​

​​NEW FAMILY WELCOME - Aug 24 at 5:30pm
Are you new to Lafayette?  Is your Freshman your oldest child?  Or has it been several years since you've had a child at Lafayette?  Then we want to see you at the New Family Welcome!  Meet your LPO board and ask any questions you have about our school and our community.  We hope to see you there!!

OPEN HOUSE - Aug 24​​ at 6:15pm
Welcome from the P​​​rincipal and LPO.  Follow your student's schedule for an introduction from each teacher.

A fun week of homecoming activities starting with a Fun Run on Sunday, Hall decorations on Wednesday, Powder Puff game on Thursday, Parade and Football game on Friday, and closing with the Homecoming Dance in the LHS commons on Saturday.  Go to the Homecoming webpage for more details.

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES - Oct 11, 4:30 - 8pm; Oct 19, 4:30 - 8pm
Meet individually with your student's teachers.  Conferences limited to 10 minutes and are on a first come first served basis.​​​

WINTER CARNIVAL – Freshman Fundraiser - Jan 27​, 10am - 3pm
Carnival is a popular community event held in the LHS gyms that provides a fun indoor activity for elementary school age kids with games ranging from football throw to dinosaur dig to pig races and typically includes a silent auction.  Planning for the carnival begins in the fall.  Go to the Freshman class webpage for more information (as it becomes available) and to find out how you can get involved.

TRIVIA NIGHT – Sophomore Class Fundraiser - Jan 27, ​7pm
Trivia Night is a popular community event held in the Lafayette Commons that provides a fun alcohol-free evening for families and area trivia buffs and typically includes a silent auction and raffle.  Planning for Trivia Night begins in the fall.  Go to the Sophomore class webpage for more information (as it becomes available) and to find out how you can get involved.

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES - Feb 1, 4:30 - 8pm; Feb 7, 4:30 - 8pm​
Meet individually with your student's teachers.  Conferences limited to 10 minutes and are on a first come first served basis.

All students are encouraged to participate in this school dance at LHS.

TASTE OF WEST COUNTY – Junior Class Fundraiser - ​​Feb 26, 5:30pm
Taste of West County is a popular community event held in the LHS gym and commons with 30+ local restaurants participating by generously serving tastes of their menu specialties.   Each ticket holder is allowed one sample from each vendor. A Silent Auction is typically included.  Tickets are sold in advance and often sell out.  Planning for this event begins in the fall.  Go to the Class of Junior webpage for more information (as it becomes available) and to find out how you can get involved.

All nine Lafayette community schools (elementary, middle & LHS) will compete in our 2nd annual volleyball tournament for a championship trophy! Teams are made up of members of each school’s administration, teachers, and staff. This fun community event is free for families to attend and cheer on their school.


GRADUATION - May 22, 7pm

Graduation is held at Chaifetz Arena.  Celebration is held on graduation night (venue is decided by the organizers) and is an all-night lock-in of drug-free and alcohol-free festivities including (but not limited to) casino games, temporary tattoos, laser tag, a money booth and hypnotist.  Food and beverages are also provided throughout the night.  Tickets go on sale in the fall and get progressively more expensive as the year goes on!  Planning begins in the fall.  Celebration is funded by the monies raised from that class' Carnival, Trivia Night, and Taste of West County. Go to the Senior class​ webpage for more information and to find out how you can get involved.  

***The Lancer Parent Organization is in compliance with federal tax law and has filed the necessary forms to uphold our 501(c)3 status under the Presidents' Forum--Rockwood Parent Teacher Organization Council.