Dr. Colleen Fields - Class of 2026

  • WINTER CARNIVAL

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 11/29/2022

    Winter Carnival

    Saturday, January 21st 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Lafayette High School 17050 Clayton Road (Clayton  Rd and  Hwy 109)

     

    Activities for Children Preschool to 5th Grade

    • Games, prizes, face painting

    • Silent Auction, Raffles & Food

    Free Entry and family friendly prices!

    Game  tickets sold  at  door  2  for $1

    Presented by Lafayette High School Class of 2026

    All proceeds from the Carnival will be used to support the Class of 2026 senior year activities.

     

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  • WEEK 12 CLASS COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 11/11/2022

    Class of 2026 Students and Families,

    All our winter sports will soon be in full swing. The weather is getting cold so it will be nice to be inside the building enjoying all the activities. We have seen an increase in student illnesses over the past few weeks.  Please keep your students home if they are not feeling well or have a fever.  Our staff members are happy to help students get caught up if they have to miss school.

     

    Student of the Month: Congratulations to our October Student of the Month Winners!

    Freshman - Yelyzaveta (Leeza) Nozdrachova

    Sophomore - Jessica Guan

    Junior - Christian Morales

    Senior - James Zhang

    Crown Trophy - McKenna Smith

    • Follow Us:  The Class of 2026 has an Instagram account!  Please follow: lhs.class.2026

    Schedule for the Week of November 14 - November 18:  B, C, B, C, A. 

    • Monday, November 14 is a Late Start day. School starts at 9:58 a.m. and doors open at 9:30 a.m.

    • AcLab - Wednesday, November 16 Please sign up by Tuesday.

     

    Schedule for the Week of November 21 - 25:  The schedule will be B, C, 

    • AcLab - Monday, November 21 please sign up for AcLab by Sunday 11/20

      • No School November 23 -25 Thanksgiving Break

     

    • Canned Food Drive - October 29 through November 29:  Our school-wide goal this year is 25,000 cans!  Students should bring donations to their homerooms, sponsors, or coaches.  Parents and students can also use this link to order food items to be directly delivered to LHS. If you would like a specific homeroom to receive the donation, please add the teacher and your student’s name to the address.  You can also send items to Kirti Mehrotra, Lafayette High School, 17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011.  The following prizes are sponsored by LHS STUCO:

    • Every student who brings in at least 50 cans will be entered in a raffle for an iPad. Each additional 50 cans will provide an opportunity for additional raffle entries.

    • The homeroom that collects the most cans will win a Qdoba Lunch.

    • Winter Carnival - Saturday, January 21 - 10:00 a.m. - 2 p.m.:  Freshman Winter Carnival is our biggest class fundraiser, and we NEED your help!  This is an indoor community event that invites families of preschoolers and elementary students to come to LHS for a day of games, prizes, food, and fun!  Freshman students and parents/guardians are hosts, and we rely 100% on donations for this event so that all money raised can go to support the Senior Celebration for the Class of 2026.  Mark your calendars and watch for more details in my weekly newsletter and via ParentSquare notifications. Carnival 2023: We are looking for volunteers for the freshman carnival scheduled for January 21, 2023. Please click on the link to sign up. 

    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information of our guidance department staff.  

    • College and Career InformationEach week this link will remain the same but the information it contains will continue to change, including deadlines, college representative visits, and other college information. 

    • A+ Program: The A+ Scholarship Program is run by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development and provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. To apply for the LHS A+ program please complete the online application. To learn more about the A+ program students can visit Ms. Brawner in the counseling office or check out the LHS A+ website

    • LPO Newsletter:  The Lancer Parent Organization sends out a newsletter each month so that you can stay informed about events at LHS. 

    • Yearbook 2022-2023:  If you wish to order a 2022-2023 yearbook, please click on the link provided for more information. If you would like to subscribe to all of the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link.

    • News from the LHS Library:  Welcome to another great year in the Lafayette Library!  For more information about the LHS Library, check out 3 Things You Should Know  for this month’s highlights.

    • Outside Food Delivery Reminder:  Please remember that Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex. Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student has forgotten their lunch, students should see their grade-level administrator.  

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request:  Mrs. Barber and I enjoy it when our Class of 2026 students stop in for a piece of candy or a mint during passing periods.  Students will often take a quick moment to share their days, school involvement, classes, etc.  Please help us keep our candy and mint bowl filled by donating individually-wrapped candy.  Candy donations can be delivered to the Freshman Office (Room 117), dropped off at the Welcome Center (with a note to deliver to Mrs. Barber), or conveniently ordered through this Class of 2026 Wish List.  We appreciate our Class of 2026 families!  Thank you for your donations! 

    • What’s New in Rockwood?:  There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Rockwood Equity Parent Advisory Council (REPAC):  All interested parents are welcome to complete this form in an effort to have at least one parent representative from each school on the REPAC committee.

    • Rockwood and Lafayette Event Passes Available for Purchase:  The Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district.  Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School.  Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school.  2022-2023 Event Pass Purchase Link

    Athletics and Activities Information: 

    Community Resources for StudentsThe link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

     

    Dr. Colleen Fields

    Freshman Class Principal

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  • WINTER CARNIVAL SIGN UP!!!!1

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 11/1/2022
    Mark your calendar for the Class of 2026 Winter Carnival
    January 21, 2023 10am-2pm
     
    Planning is underway and we are in need of volunteers!  
     
    Questions?
     
    Contact your Winter Carnival Chairs, 
     
         Lisa Schnettler  and  Shalini Arya
            314-255-8902           314-600-2924
     
     
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  • WEEK 9 CLASS COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 10/21/2022

    Class of 2026 Students and Families:

    If you were unable to make our in-person Parent/Teacher Conferences this week, you have another chance to sign-up for Zoom conferences with teachers for next Thursday (10/27).  Freshman parents, we need your help in planning for our first fundraiser, the Freshman Winter Carnival.  Please join us for the first planning meeting on Wednesday, October 26. Tonight is our last regular season football game, and Lafayette’s Theater Company (LTC) will be performing two one-act productions:  “21 Chump Street” and “How to Ruin Your Promposal.”  We hope you can join us at these events and see all the amazing things our students are doing at LHS!

    • Follow Us:  The Class of 2026 has an Instagram account!  Please follow: lhs.class.2026

    • Schedule for the Week of October 24 - October 28:  The schedule will be B, C, B, C, A.  

      • AcLab - Monday, October 24

      • AcLab - Wednesday, October 26

    • Winter Carnival Planning Meeting - Wednesday, October 26, 7:00 p.m.:  Join us on Wednesday as we kick-off our planning for the Winter Carnival.  More details can be found using this link.

    • Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences - October 27:  The last night of Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Zoom this Thursday, October 27.  Teachers have created a sign-up through ParentSquare for conference night.  You can check the LHS TEACHER SIGN UP MASTER DOCUMENT for further information.

    • Canned Food Drive:  This year STUCO, Key Club and HOSA will kick off the Canned food drive with a Trick-Or-Treat for Cans on October 29, 2022 with students going to area neighborhoods to collect cans. Please welcome them and donate generously.  You can also use this link to order canned food items to be delivered to LHS. If you would like a specific homeroom to receive the cans, please add the name to the address along with your student’s name.  You can also send items to Kirti Mehrotra, Lafayette High School, 17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011.  2022 LHS Canned Food Drive Amazon Wish List

    Prizes this year sponsored by STUCO:

    • Every student who brings in at least 50 cans will be entered in a raffle for an iPad. Each additional 50 cans will provide an opportunity for additional raffle entries.

    • The homeroom that collects the most cans will win a Qdoba Lunch.

    • AP Exam Registration:  AP exam registration opens on Tuesday, October 4.  Please visit the LHS AP website for more information.  

    • Lafayette Lounge Apparel:  The LHS Business Management and Entrepreneurship Class are currently selling long sleeve shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested, please check out their products.  Ten percent of their profits will go to support the Rockwood Got Your Backpack program.

    • Art Department Artists of the Month:  The Art Department has selected their October Artists of the Month.  There is some outstanding work this round:

      • Art Fundamentals - Zed Macnak, 12
      • Photography - Priscilla Black, 9
      • Graphic Design - Chase Novak, 11
      • Ceramics - Ava Harkey, 10
      • Sculpture - Natan Alho, 12
      • Painting - Cathryn Zou, 12
      • Drawing - Evie Barger, 10
    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information for our guidance department staff.  

    • LHS Parent Presentations:  The Lafayette Student Services/Counseling Department is planning two parent workshops for the 22-23 school year.  We would like to hear from you what topics are most important.  Please complete this brief survey.  We appreciate your support.

    • College and Career information:  Each week this link will remain the same but the information it contains will continue to change, including deadlines, college representative visits, and other college information. 

    • A+ Program: The A+ Scholarship Program is run by Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development and provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. To apply for the LHS A+ program please complete the online application. To learn more about the A+ program students can visit Ms. Brawner in the counseling office or check out the LHS A+ website

    • LPO Newsletter:  The Lancer Parent Organization sends out a newsletter each month so that you can stay informed about events at LHS. 

    • Yearbook 2022-2023:  If you wish to order a 2022-2023 yearbook, please click on the link provided for more informationIf you would like to subscribe to all of the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link.

    • News from the LHS Library:  For information about the LHS Library, check out  3 Things You Should Know for this month’s highlights.

    • Outside Food Delivery Reminder:  Please remember that Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex. Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student has forgotten their lunch, students should see their grade-level administrator.  

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request:  Mrs. Barber and I enjoy it when our Class of 2026 students stop in for a piece of candy or a mint during passing periods.  Students will often take a quick moment to share their days, school involvement, classes, etc.  Please help us keep our candy and mint bowl filled by donating individually-wrapped candy.  Candy donations can be delivered to the Freshman Office (Room 117), dropped off at the Welcome Center (with a note to deliver to Mrs. Barber), or conveniently ordered through this Class of 2026 Wish List.  We appreciate our Class of 2026 families!  Thank you for your donations! 

    • What’s New in Rockwood?:  There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Rockwood Equity Parent Advisory Council (REPAC):  All interested parents are welcome to complete this form in an effort to have at least one parent representative from each school on the REPAC committee.

    • Rockwood and Lafayette Event Passes Available for Purchase:  The Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district.  Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School.  Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school.  2022-2023 Event Pass Purchase Link

    Athletics and Activities Information: 

    Community Resources for Students:  The link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

     

    Dr. Colleen Fields

    Freshman Class Principal

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  • WEEK 8 CLASS COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 10/14/2022

    Class of 2026 Students and Families:

    I hope everyone has had a great week.  We had a nice showing at Monday’s freshman football game against Eureka, and even though we didn’t get the win, we all had a great time cheering on our Lancers.  You should be receiving information from your student’s teachers regarding our upcoming Parent/Teacher Conferences (Wednesday, October 19 in-person and Thursday, October 27 virtually).  Please take this opportunity to connect with your student’s teachers.

    • Follow Us:  The Class of 2026 has an Instagram account!  Please follow: lhs.class.2026

    • Schedule for the Week of October 17 - October 21:  The schedule will be B (Late Start), C, B, C, A.  

      • AcLab - Wednesday, October 19

    • Parent/Teacher Conferences - October 19 and 27, 2022:  Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for Wednesday, October 19 (In-Person), and Thursday, October 27 (Virtual).  Teachers have created a sign-up through ParentSquare for each conference night.  Please access individual teacher documents to sign up for a 10 minute time slot.  You can also look at the LHS TEACHER SIGN UP MASTER DOCUMENT for further information.

    • AP Exam Registration:  AP exam registration opens on Tuesday, October 4.  Please visit the LHS AP website for more information.  

    • Freshman Advisory Meeting:  Our next advisory meeting will be on Wednesday, October 19 during Mod 1.  We will begin work on our bulletin board idea for November.

    • South Tech Open House - October 19, 2022:  Any students interested in attending South Tech are encouraged to attend the Preview Night from 5:00-7:00 p.m.  Please visit South Tech’s website for additional information.
    • LHS Champion and Involvement Survey and District SEL Survey - October 24, 2022:  On October 24, our students will be completing the LHS Champion and Involvement Survey and district SEL Survey during the 1st module of Academic Lab.  These two surveys provide information which allow our school community to plan and care for our students.  Please read the description of each survey below.

      • LHS Champion and Involvement Survey - Each year, we ask our students to fill out the LHS Champion and Involvement Survey as an additional layer of support.  This survey asks each student to identify one adult at Lafayette for whom the student would be comfortable requesting support or assistance.  As school teams, we work together with parents and staff in the best interest of our students. The name of your student’s LHS Champion will be included at the bottom of the student’s schedule.  Please click HERE to see the full survey.

      • District SEL Survey - Social and emotional learning is an important part of the educational experience.  

        • Students will be asked to complete an online questionnaire that encourages them to reflect on their own mindsets, experiences and approaches with learning.  These questions help us to check in with our students to ensure they feel connected to our school and we are meeting their social and emotional needs.

        • The information that is collected in the questionnaire will be shared with your child’s school and teachers to guide the work that we do as a school and district (will not be used as part of their grade or academic record).  For a complete list of questions, please visit our website, https://www.rsdmo.org/Page/5488.

        • The survey is voluntary and students can feel free to skip any question within the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete the survey, please notify Dr. Mandy Lewis at your child's school or use the Social Emotional Learning Opt-Out Form in Clevr to indicate you would not like your child to participate by Friday, October 21.

    • Canned Food Drive:  This year Lafayette’s Student Council (STUCO) will kick-off the Canned Food Drive with “Trick-or-Treat for Cans” on October 29, 2022.  STUCO members will be visiting area neighborhoods to collect cans.  We would love your support!  In the next few weeks, we will provide more details regarding ways for everyone to participate in the collection of canned food.  Class of 2026, please sign up to participate in the “Trick-or-Treat for Cans” event.

    • September Students of the Month:  Please help us congratulate our September Students of Month:

      • Freshman - Grace Archey

      • Sophomore - Noah Donovan

      • Junior - Emma Knoesel

      • Senior - Jillian Leabig

      • Crown Trophy - Layla Gardner

    • Lafayette Lounge Apparel:  The LHS Business Management and Entrepreneurship Class are currently selling long sleeve shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested, please check out their products.  Ten percent of their profits will go to support the Rockwood Got Your Backpack program.

    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information for our guidance department staff.  

      • LHS Parent Presentations:  The Lafayette Student Services/Counseling Department is planning two parent workshops for the 22-23 school year.  We would like to hear from you what topics are most important.  Please complete this brief survey.  We appreciate your support.

      • College and Career information:  Each week this link will remain the same but the information it contains will continue to change, including deadlines, college representative visits, and other college information. 

      • A+ Program: The A+ Scholarship Program is run by Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development and provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. To apply for the LHS A+ program please complete the online application. To learn more about the A+ program students can visit Ms. Brawner in the counseling office or check out the LHS A+ website

    • LPO Newsletter:  The Lancer Parent Organization sends out a newsletter each month so that you can stay informed about events at LHS. 

    • Yearbook 2022-2023:  If you wish to order a 2022-2023 yearbook, please click on the link provided for more informationIf you would like to subscribe to all of the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link.

    • News from the LHS Library:  For information about the LHS Library, check out  3 Things You Should Know for this month’s highlights.

    • Outside Food Delivery Reminder:  Please remember that Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex. Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student has forgotten their lunch, students should see their grade-level administrator.  

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request:  Mrs. Barber and I enjoy it when our Class of 2026 students stop in for a piece of candy or a mint during passing periods.  Students will often take a quick moment to share their days, school involvement, classes, etc.  Please help us keep our candy and mint bowl filled by donating individually-wrapped candy.  Candy donations can be delivered to the Freshman Office (Room 117), dropped off at the Welcome Center (with a note to deliver to Mrs. Barber), or conveniently ordered through this Class of 2026 Wish List.  We appreciate our Class of 2026 families!  Thank you for your donations! 

    • What’s New in Rockwood?:  There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Rockwood Equity Parent Advisory Council (REPAC):  All interested parents are welcome to complete this form in an effort to have at least one parent representative from each school on the REPAC committee.

    • Rockwood and Lafayette Event Passes Available for Purchase:  The Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district.  Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School.  Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school.  2022-2023 Event Pass Purchase Link

    Athletics and Activities Information: 

    Community Resources for Students:  The link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

     

    Dr. Colleen Fields

    Freshman Class Principal

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  • WEEK 7 CLASS COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 10/7/2022

    Class of 2023 Students and Families:          

    Schedule for the Week of October 10 - 14:    B C B C A

    • Graduation Meeting (Students Only) - There will be a Senior Graduation meeting with Jostens on Monday, October 10, during the first Academic Lab in the Theater.  Students will receive important information regarding graduation cap/gown rental and the ordering of announcements for the ceremony to be held on June 3, at 11:00 a.m., at Chaifetz Arena. 

    • Yearbook Grad Ad Deadline - Yearbook Grad Ad Deadline Nov. 18. The order info is available at lancerfeed.press/yearbook

    • Class of 2023 LPO: The LPO has been working hard to make this year special.  They have lots of information and volunteer opportunities available.  Keep up on all the LPO news

    • Class of 2023 - Diploma and Name Pronunciation: Parents, your Senior received information today to fill out the following Google Form so that we have their proper name listed on their diploma and in the graduation program.  This form MUST BE FILLED OUT ON YOUR STUDENT’S RSDMO GOOGLE ACCOUNT. Please make sure they enter their first name, middle name, and last name using upper and lower case letters.  It is important that they enter accurate information since we will use this entry for how their name will appear on your diploma and in the graduation program.  Example:  John George Smith, Jr. – not JOHN GEORGE SMITH, JR.  If their name includes a title (suffix) such as Jr., II, or III, remember to include it as well.

    • Important Senior Dates: Keep up on all the Important Senior Dates.   There are a lot of events happening Senior Year.  Make sure to check this link or the LHS calendar for any updates throughout the year, dates are subject to change.  To help you plan for some of the upcoming events, here’s an estimated Senior Year Event Cost summary.

    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information for our guidance department staff.

    • 'Make it Count' program information Please read this if you are interested in a semester at STLCC during your senior year.



    • AP exam registration opens Tuesday, October 4th.  Please visit the LHS AP website for more information. 
















    • Visiting Lafayette and Other Rockwood Schools:  Rockwood has moved to a new visitor sign in/sign out system called School Pass.  While additional information will come out soon, we wanted you to be aware , but I wanted you to be aware of the new process that is in place for when you visit Lafayette.  To help with the process, please make sure you bring your driver's license the first time you visit Lafayette. Once you establish your PIN, you will not need your driver's license. 

    • Lunch and Outside Food Delivery  Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex.:  Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student has forgotten lunch, the student should see the grade-level administrator.

    • School Meal Information for 2022-2023: Meal Prices 2022-23 Traditionally RSD have offered a regular priced lunch and a super priced lunch.  CNS have eliminated the super priced lunch and will be charging just one meal price in an effort to keep the serving lines moving. Child Nutrition Services will not be providing cash back at the registers.   Cashiers will be happy to deposit money (cash or checks) into meal accounts for everyone at the register, but we will be unable to provide change for any cash given.   Parents and teachers may use their credit cards and deposit funds into meal accounts on the Myschoolbucks app or website www.myschoolbucks.comPlease reference this link to access current meal information, pricing, and your student’s MySchoolBucks account:  Child Nutrition Back To School Information 2022-23. 

    • News from the LHS Library  For information about the LHS Library, check out  3 Things You Should Know for this month’s highlights.

    • News from the Yearbook Staff: If you wish to order a Yearbook please click on the link provided for more information Yearbook Order FormIf you would like to subscribe to all the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link Subscription.

    • Student Employment Opportunities:  Are you looking for a job?  The Lafayette Business Department has created a list of job openings in the area.  Please access the QR CODE to see the most updated list

    • Build My Future Event For Rockwood Students: The event for Rockwood students will be on October 12th from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at STLCC-Florissant Valley. Interested students must sign up to participate by September 14th. Please use the link to register.

    • Athletics and Activities Information

    • Lafayette Student Athletics, Activities, Clubs, and Organizations 2022-2023

    • MSHSAA Eligibility RequirementsAll students who wish to participate in a MSHSAA activity/sport must be enrolled in 3.0 credits per semester. Non-credit classes such as study hall, office aid, etc. that do NOT count towards credits do not apply towards those 3.0 credits needed. Here is a detailed document of all guidelines for reference:  MSHSAA Eligibility Requirements

    • Fall Athletics  - Fall Athletics and Activities began August 8, 2022.  Lafayette High School 2022-23 Back to School Activities Newsletter 

    • Lafayette High School Season Passes: Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district. Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School. Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school. Attendance at 4 regular season events this school year is the equivalent of the cost of the pass. Save money in the process along with supporting our school! LHS Season Pass Information

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request: Mrs. Allison and I  love having our students stop in the Senior Office between classes to say hi.  We greatly appreciate the candy donations!  Please feel free to continue to donate candy.  Just drop it off in the Welcome Center (labeled Senior Office).  Or go directly to our Candy Amazon Wish List and send it directly to the Senior Office.  Please direct donations to Mrs. Allison.  We appreciate all of you!

    • District News: There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Stay Connected with ParentSquare
      Rockwood uses ParentSquare for school communication, primarily with email, text and app notifications. ParentSquare automatically generates an account for each parent, using the email address and phone number listed in Infinite Campus. We encourage parents to access their accounts so they can download the mobile app and update their preferences on when and how they are notified.  Use this link for sign-up information.

    • Community Resources for Students
      The link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    If you have any questions feel free to email me at jonestimothy@rsdmo.org  or Mrs. Allison at allisonjoanne@rsdmo.org

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

    Dr. Timothy Jones 

    Class of 2023 Principal

    636-733-4112

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  • FROM COLLEGE AND CAREERS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 10/4/2022

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  • WEEK 6 COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 9/30/2022

    Class of 2026 Students and Families:

    Homecoming 2022 is almost in the books!  It has been a fun and exciting week of activities and memories.  I hope you have been able to enjoy pictures on the various Instagram pages to see all the fun our students have been having this week.  Progress report grades will be posted soon; if you need any academic assistance, please be in touch with me or any teachers so we can get you the support you need.

    • Homecoming Dance Tickets - On sale now through October 1 at 7:00 p.m.:  Tickets will be sold using Hometown Ticketing.  Students can scan the QR code on the Homecoming Flyer 2022 or use this link to purchase tickets.  Students will use their student ID number as the passcode. 

    • Rockwood College Fair:  The Rockwood School District is hosting their annual college fair on Sunday, October 2 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at Marquette High School. There will be over 110 participating colleges, giving students an amazing opportunity to start their college search or ask all their questions about this application season.  Please sign up for the fair here.

    • No School - Monday, October 3

    • Schedule for the Week of October 4 - October 7:  The schedule will be B, C, B, C.  Please be sure to plan your AcLab time and sign up for both mods.  Sign up with teachers to review, get help, and complete missing work.  For this week, sign up for AcLab on Monday and on Wednesday. 

    • Follow Us:  The Class of 2026 has an Instagram account!  Please follow: lhs.class.2026

    • AP Exam Registration:  AP exam registration opens on Tuesday, October 4.  Please visit the LHS AP website for more information.  

    • Freshman Advisory Meeting:  Our next advisory meeting will be on Thursday, October 6 during Mod 2.  We will discuss ideas for a community service project.

    • Make-up Pictures and Retakes - October 6, 2022:  Inter-State Studios will be in Room 180 on October 6 for make-up pictures and retakes.  Any freshman interested in a retake should reach out to Dr. Fields via email for an assigned time - fieldscolleen@rsdmo.org.

    • Outside Food Delivery Reminder:  Please remember that Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex. Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student forgets to bring lunch, the student should see the grade-level administrator.

    • Yearbook 2022-2023:  If you wish to order a 2022-2023 yearbook, please click on the link provided for more informationIf you would like to subscribe to all of the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link.

    • News from the LHS Library:  For information about the LHS Library, check out  3 Things You Should Know for this month’s highlights.

    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information for our guidance department staff.  

    • A+ Program: The A+ Scholarship Program is run by Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development and provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. To apply for the LHS A+ program please complete the online application. To learn more about the A+ program students can visit Ms. Brawner in the counseling office or check out the LHS A+ website

    • Rockwood and Lafayette Event Passes Available for Purchase:  The Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district.  Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School.  Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school.  2022-2023 Event Pass Purchase Link

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request:  Mrs. Barber and I enjoy it when our Class of 2026 students stop in for a piece of candy or a mint during passing periods.  Students will often take a quick moment to share their days, school involvement, classes, etc.  Please help us keep our candy and mint bowl filled by donating individually-wrapped candy.  Candy donations can be delivered to the Freshman Office (Room 117), dropped off at the Welcome Center (with a note to deliver to Mrs. Barber), or conveniently ordered through this Class of 2026 Wish List.  We appreciate our Class of 2026 families!  Thank you for your donations! 

    • What’s New in Rockwood?:  There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Rockwood Equity Parent Advisory Council (REPAC):  All interested parents are welcome to complete this form in an effort to have at least one parent representative from each school on the REPAC committee.

    Athletics and Activities Information: 

    Community Resources for Students:  The link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

     

    Dr. Colleen Fields

    Freshman Class Principal

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  • WEEK 5 COMMUNICATIONS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 9/23/2022

    Class of 2026 Students and Families:

    We are proud to announce that Lafayette High School has won the 2022 College Success Award from the non-profit organization, GreatSchools!  Now in its fifth year, the College Success Award recognizes public high schools that excel at preparing students for college and beyond.  Lafayette High School is one of only 1,742 public high schools across the nation to win this year’s award, which is based on college preparation and post-secondary data shared by the state of Missouri.  To add to the excitement, next week is Homecoming Week at LHS!  We are gearing up for all kinds of fun activities and hope that you join us in the celebration.

    • Schedule for the Week of September 26 - September 30:  The schedule will be B, C, B, C, A.  Please be sure to plan your AcLab time and sign up for both mods.  Sign up with teachers to review, get help, and complete missing work.  For this week, sign up for AcLab on Sunday and on Tuesday. 

    • Follow Us:  The Class of 2026 has an Instagram account!  Please follow: lhs.class.2026

    • Freshman Advisory Meeting:  Join us on Monday, September 26 during first mod in room 132.  Sign up under Dr. Fields.

    • A Hollywood Homecoming - September 26 - October 1, 2022:  Please view the Homecoming Poster 2022 to read all the details of the fun activities planned for our homecoming week.  We hope our students have a fun and safe week.

      • Dress Up Days

        • Monday:  PJ Day

        • Tuesday:  Celebrity Day

        • Wednesday:  Pink Out Day

        • Thursday:  Movie Genre Day (Freshmen:  Teen Beach Movies)

        • Friday:  Lafayette Spirit Day

    • Homecoming Dance Tickets - On sale now through September 29, 2022: Tickets will be sold using Hometown Ticketing.  Students can scan the QR code on the Homecoming Flyer 2022 or use this link to purchase tickets.  Students will use their student id numbers as the passcode.   

    • Make-up Pictures and Retakes - October 6, 2022:  Inter-State Studios will be in Room 180 on October 6 for make-up pictures and retakes.  Any freshman interested in a retake should reach out to Dr. Fields via email for an assigned time - fieldscolleen@rsdmo.org.

    • Outside Food Delivery Reminder:  Please remember that Lafayette does NOT allow food delivery by outside vendors (ex. Uber Eats, Door Dash, restaurants, etc.).  If a student forgets to bring lunch, the student should see the grade-level administrator.

    • Yearbook 2022-2023:  If you wish to order a 2022-2023 yearbook, please click on the link provided for more informationIf you would like to subscribe to all of the Lafayette student publications please click on the following link.

    • News from the LHS Library:  Welcome to another great year in the Lafayette Library!  For more information about the LHS Library, check out 3 Things You Should Know for this month's highlights.  Please see this infographic for an overview of the resources available to our students in the library.  Parents have the ability to receive daily email notifications regarding the materials their child has checked out of the school library.  Parents wishing to receive these daily emails should contact the Lafayette librarians to activate this feature.

    • LHS Guidance & Counseling Office:  The LHS Guidance & Counseling Office link will provide you with the names and contact information for our guidance department staff.  

    • A+ Program: The A+ Scholarship Program is run by Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development and provides scholarship funds to eligible graduates of A+ designated high schools who attend a participating public community college or vocational/technical school, or certain private two-year vocational/technical schools. To apply for the LHS A+ program please complete the online application. To learn more about the A+ program students can visit Ms. Brawner in the counseling office or check out the LHS A+ website

    • Rockwood and Lafayette Event Passes Available for Purchase:  The Rockwood School District wants all families and fans to attend and enjoy games across the school district.  Whether you purchase the All Rockwood Event Pass or the Lafayette Specific Pass, your purchase directly benefits Lafayette High School.  Please consider this option as it directly benefits our students and our school.  2022-2023 Event Pass Purchase Link

    • A “Sweet” Hello Candy Donation Request:  Mrs. Barber and I enjoy it when our Class of 2026 students stop in for a piece of candy or a mint during passing periods.  Students will often take a quick moment to share their days, school involvement, classes, etc.  Please help us keep our candy and mint bowl filled by donating individually-wrapped candy.  Candy donations can be delivered to the Freshman Office (Room 117), dropped off at the Welcome Center (with a note to deliver to Mrs. Barber), or conveniently ordered through this Class of 2026 Wish List.  We appreciate our Class of 2026 families!  Thank you for your donations! 

    • What’s New in Rockwood?:  There are a number of items that are new or changing across the district that we would like you to be aware of, including a new communication system, a new visitor management system, school meal changes, the expansion of Hazel Health services as well as an update to Rockwood’s Safe Together plan. For all the details on what’s new in Rockwood this year, please visit the district website.

    • Rockwood Equity Parent Advisory Council (REPAC):  All interested parents are welcome to complete this form in an effort to have at least one parent representative from each school on the REPAC committee.

    Athletics and Activities Information: 

    Community Resources for Students:  The link to student resources includes information about mental health, suicide, eating disorders, and more.

    Policies and Regulations for Students and Families:

    As always, it’s a great day to be a Lancer!

     

    Dr. Colleen Fields

    Freshman Class Principal

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  • FRESHMAN ADVISORY MEETINGS

    Posted by KAREN BARBER on 9/19/2022

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