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Lafayette High
 Blevins Elementary and Lafayette High were honored as 2019 National Schools of Character Washington Post America's Most Challenging High School

17050 Clayton Rd, Wildwood, MO 63011 | Phone (636) 733-4100 | Fax (636) 733-8819

Dr. Mehrotra - Class of 2020

Dr. Mehrotra



    October 17, 2019 Other Permanent Link to Post

    Senior Memory Maker

    Mother/Daughter & Father/Son Memory Makers:  WE NEED YOUR HELP!

    Two of our Senior Memory makers are quickly approaching: Mother/Daughter Bunco Brunch and Father/Son Game Night. 

    We need help selling tickets during lunch on October 29-31st. We also need volunteers before and during the events and we need donations. Use this link to help out:

    SENIOR PARENTS: We need YOUR help!​

    All donations can be dropped off in the Welcome Center or in the Senior Office, Room 261​.  Please label them: SENIOR MEMORY MAKERS.   

    Please call Dodie Boren at 314-369-7721 if you have any questions. 

    Mother/Daughter Bunco Brunch

    October 16, 2019 Other Permanent Link to Post

    Please right-click on the link below for information regarding the upcoming Memory Maker Mother/Daughter Brunch!

    Memory Makers 2019 BUNCO ADVERTISEMENT.docx.pdf


    Class of 2020 2nd SHIRT ORDER

    October 8, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post

    ​2nd Order of Class of 2020 Shirts Happening NOW!

    The last day to order is Sunday, October 20.  

    Delivery date TBD.

    Orders must be placed using Parent Pay Online.  Please contact Kelly at 636-733-4111 if you have any questions!


    October 7, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post

    ​​We are in need of CANDY for our Senior Class float.  Please have your students drop off donations at the Senior Office. Or you may drop in the Welcome Center but please be sure to clearly mark that the donation is for the Senior Class.  Your donations are always appreciated!

    ​Also, if your student is interested in riding on the float, please be at Green Pines Elementary by 4:30 p.m. 


    We are looking forward to making this a fun parade for our Seniors!!!

    Happy Homecoming Week!​

    Senior Class of 2020 SENIOR EVENTS

    October 3, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post

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    THE FIRST DAY, Showing on 10/4, Sign up TODAY

    September 30, 2019 Permanent Link to Post



    Film Synopsis: Chris Herren, former professional basketball player, author and wellness advocate, has shared his story of recovery with over 1 million people nationwide. Through the power of storytelling, The First Day addresses issues that school systems, communities and people across the country are impacted by, directly or indirectly, each day including substance use, other harmful behaviors and mental wellness.

    Do not miss this powerful story!

    Being viewed on October 4, Room 180 during 2nd and 3rd FLEX block (10:39 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.



    September 30, 2019 Counseling Permanent Link to Post


    Medical Marijuana Education Night

    September 30, 2019 Permanent Link to Post

    ​Please see the information below regarding this informative event. Please mark your calendars and plan on attending and share with your networks. 


    The flyer is attached. If you would like printed flyers, let me know. 

    Facebook event:     


    Medical Marijuana Education Night

    Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Lafayette High School in the Theater.


    Marijuana for medicinal use was approved by Missouri voters last fall. During this free event, we will discuss the components of the drug and what the research shows about its potential benefits and risks. We will answer questions about the regulation of medical marijuana distribution and enforcement of state and federal policies.


    Presentations and Panel Featuring:
    Lyndall Fraker, Director of Medical Marijuana Regulation for Missouri 
    Jaime Hoff, NCADA Prevention Educator
    Brandon Costerison, MO-HOPE Project Manager


    Please join us, everyone is welcome to attend!

    Linda Anderton, Secretary
    Student Services
    ILC Admin Annex "B" Bldg., Room #100
    500 North Central, Eureka, MO 63025-1203
    Phone # (636) 733-2094

    ATTN: SENIOR PARENTS! Senior Celebration Info

    September 12, 2019 Other Permanent Link to Post

    Hi everyone!  We hope you have all had a great start to the school year.  It is hard to believe our students are seniors, and we are heading into their last year at Lafayette!  This year is full of a lot of fun events and activities for both students and parents!   We will be having a meeting on Thursday, September 19 to talk about the upcoming events and begin the planning process.    We are still looking for sub committee chairpeople.

    Our biggest event of the year is our Senior Celebration night post graduation on May 21, 2020 from approximately 11pm until 5 am.  Senior Celebration is a drug-free and alcohol-free lock-in for all graduating seniors that includes entertainment, games, prizes, food, soda, and a gift for every graduate!!  Tickets are available on parent pay for $40 each from now until December when the price will increase.  Students will be released from the event in the order of their ticket purchase, so your early purchase not only saves money but it will save your student time!  

    Please join us for our Senior parent and event planning meetings in Room 137 at LHS.  
    Thursday September 19 at 7pm
    Monday, October 21  at 7pm
    Monday, November  18 at 7pm
    Monday, December 16 at 7pm
    Monday, January  27 at 7pm
    Monday, February 24 at 7pm
    Monday, March 23 at 7pm
    Monday, April 6 at 7pm
    Monday, April 20 at 7pm
    Monday,May 4 at 7pm
    Monday,May 18 at 7pm

    Can't make Thursday September 19th, but want to be involved?  Feel free to reach out to Deborah (  or Sara ( and we can help plug you in.  There will be volunteer opportunities for any interest.    We included you in this email because you have expressed interest about a class of 2020 event to us in the past.  Feel free to forward this email to anyone you think would be interested. 

    Thank you so much for your help and support!  
    Sara Robeson and Deborah Lazzaretti 
    Senior Celebration Co-Chairs

    Purchase PANORAMIC Pic @ Lunch 9/11 and 9/12

    September 11, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post

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    Senior PANORAMIC Picture TUESDAY 9/10

    September 9, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post

    Senior Class of 2020


    Tuesday, 9/10

    At the beginning of FLEX time (11:40 a.m.) please make your way to the Stadium

    for our Senior Class Panoramic picture



    September 5, 2019 Permanent Link to Post

    ​Join your College Counselors for COLLEGE INFORMATION NIGHT


    • LHS Theater
    • 6:30 - 8:30 pm

    Guidance & Counseling Newsletter 9/2019

    September 4, 2019 Permanent Link to Post

    Lafayette High


    Guidance & Counseling Newsletter  
    September 2019

    Hello Parents!
    Below is information about upcoming events and things happening within our office. Be sure to check out our website for additional information, various forms, and a calendar with important dates. If you have any questions about the below information, please contact us.
    College & Career Info Night: Thursday, September 5th, 6:30-8: 30 pm, LHS Theater
    Join the College and Career department on September 5th to gain information on how to most effectively plan for your child’s future. We’ll cover relevant college and career topics and help you get on track for this busy year. Topic includes: The Selective College Admission Process, The ABC’s of Choosing a College, Scholarships, Writing a Winning College Admission Essay, Tackling the Tests, STEM Careers, Components of the Application, Fine Arts College Admission, The Military, and Athletic Recruiting.

    UMSL ACP Registration: Closes Sunday, September 8th
    The UMSL Advanced Credit Program (ACP) is a dual credit program that offers high school students the opportunity to earn college credits and become familiar with the college experience while still in a high school setting. For a list of the LHS courses offering ACP credit, visit this website. To register or learn more about dual credit transferability visit UMSL’s website. The last day for students to register is Sunday, September 8th. Parents/guardians of students who register have until September 10th to provide parent approval. 

    PreACT: Tuesday, September 10th
    On Tuesday, September 10th all sophomore students will participate in the PreACT.  Exam details are listed below. Please read this Parent Letter from the district assessment office for more information.
    • Date: Tuesday, September 10th
    • Time: Periods 2, 4, & partial FLEX
    • Location: Report by the last name
      • A-G – Multipurpose Room
      • H-Z – Back Gym
    • Bring: Two #2 pencils & calculator
    • Students are to report to their testing location immediately upon arrival atto school.  Students should leave cell phones & backpacks in their lockers. 
    Rockwood-Parkway College Fair: September 16th, 6:00-8: 00 pm00pm, Queeny Park
    Over 100 college representatives will be present to meet with all area high school students and parents at the Rockwood-Parkway College Fair to answer questions. Students should pre-register for this program before attending in order to save time at the event. By taking a couple of minutes to pre-register at, students will receive a barcode with their information (GPA, test scores, intended major, etc) that ALL the college representatives will want when you visit their tables. 

    A+ Program: Senior registration deadline is Wednesday, September 25th. 
    The deadline for seniors to register for the A+ Schools Program is Wednesday, September 25th.   All paperwork must be turned in to the A+ Office (123) no later than 3:00 pm3:00pm on the 25th. To learn more about the A+ program and to download the enrollment forms please visit the A+ website or contact our A+ Coordinator, Jessica Brawner, at

    PSAT: Wednesday, October 16th
    The PSAT will take place during the school day on October 16th and is open to any 10th or 11th grade student that registers. Registration will take place online, September 9th - 22nd. The cost for the test is $20 which can be paid for with a credit or debit card. We have a limited number of exams available so please place your order early to ensure that you get an exam!  If you need registration assistance or have any questions about the PSAT, please visit the LHS testing website or email our Test Coordinator, Jessica Brawner, at

    ACT Prep Class:
    The ACT Prep class for the October 26, 2019 test begins September 17th. Be sure to get your registration in ASAP since the class fills up quickly. Registration materials for the class to prepare students for the December 14, 2019 test will be available as soon as the October class is full. Registration materials are available in the Guidance and Counseling Office (123) or in room 97.  

    Financial Aid Night: 
    Save the Date! The Financial Aid Night will take place on Monday, October 21st at LHS beginning at 6:00 pm.6:00pm. More information to follow. 

    Testing Accommodations:
    IEP and 504 accommodations do not cover accommodations for College Board exams (PSAT, SAT, AP) or the ACT. If you have questions about accommodations for these exams please contact the LHS Test Coordinator, Jessica Brawner, at  
    Guidance & Counseling Department
    School Counselors: 
    College & Career Counselors: 
    A+/Testing Coordinator: Jessica Brawner -
    College Test Preparation: Cheryl Hermach -
    Social Worker: Cindy Laudel -

    Instagram: lhs_counselors and lhscollege
    Twitter: @LHSCounselors5 and @LHSCollege

    Learn more



    August 29, 2019 School Permanent Link to Post



    FRIDAY, 9/6

    11:40 a.m. – 1:40 p.m.



    Do not miss this!​

    LHS College/Career TWITTER

    August 12, 2019 Counseling Permanent Link to Post

    LHS College/Career (@LHSCollege)
    SAVE THE DATE! This Vanderbilt Roadshow program will be open to all St. Louis area students. Hope to see you there! For more information, please visit:…


    August 12, 2019 A+/Testing Permanent Link to Post


    The A+ Scholarship Program 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.

    The deadline for seniors to register for the A+ Schools Program is Wednesday, September 25th All paperwork must be turned in to the A+ office no later than 3:00 p.m on the 25th.

    To learn more about the A+ program and to download the enrollment forms please visit the links below.  If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Brawner at 636-733-4130.

    LHS A+ website

    Missouri A+ website

    RSD A+ application

    Order you SENIOR SHIRTS NOW!

    July 31, 2019 Permanent Link to Post

    Senior Class of 2020 Shirts are available to order online NOW!  Please use the below link to order your shirts!  

    Order & payment deadline is Monday, August 26.

    Shirts will be distributed on Thursday, September 5 during lunch in the Commons.

    PLEASE WEAR YOUR SHIRT ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th for our Senior Class Panoramic picture!

    Any questions, please call your Senior Office at 636-733-4111

    Class of 2020 Shirts​

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    Senior Class of 2020 Stay In Touch!!!

    July 23, 2019 Permanent Link to Post

    ​Dr. Mehrotra -Senior Class of 2020

    Stay in touch!






    Dr. Mehrotra Senior Class of 2020

    2019-2020 Parking Permit Information

    July 1, 2019 Parking Permanent Link to Post

    ​​Please complete the following prior to Registration/Back to School Kick Off on August 9, 2019.

    Student parking permits for 2019-2020 are available for purchase beginning May 1, 2019 and you will be able to choose your space on the dates listed below. Parent Pay Online will remain open throughout the summer; however, students who complete Parent Pay Online over the summer will choose a space on August 9th at Registration/Back to School Kick Off. Sales will continue throughout the new school year until the lot is full.

    NOTE: No permits will be issued to anyone with outstanding fines. Students MUST possess a valid Driver’s License before completing Parent Pay Online Parking Application.

    • ​Two students may share a parking space, but each student must complete a separate Parking Permit Application online, and both students must pay by cash or check only. Both parking applications must be completed online before payment can be made and permit issued.
    • Temporary permits will be sold on a day-to-day basis. The cost for the daily permit is $5.00. Temporary permits may be purchased in Room 261.

    Instructions to Purchase a Parking Permit

    1. PARENT PAY ONLINE: You may access Parent Pay Online from LHS website.
    2. Use ‘Returning Users Login’: User Name = 10 digit student ID. Password = last name in all capitals.
      a. Click on the student that the permit is being purchased for.
      b. Click on Shop: Items At Student’s School.
      c. Click on Categories: Parking.
      d. If you plan on paying online, click on Parking Permit Application with Payment Amount $80.00 ‘Buy’. If you are NOT paying online, click on the second option of Parking Permit Application Only 0.00 ‘Buy’.
      e. Click on Checkout.
      f. Whether you are paying online or not, you must click on Checkout Step 1: Additional Info. This will allow you to enter the necessary information that must be completed before a permit will be issued.
      g. When finished entering your information, click on Checkout Step 2: Payment.
      h. If you are paying online, you will be asked for your payment information. If you are paying in person, the next screen will show COMPLETE. You may click on this and then proceed to print your ‘receipt’. You do NOT need to print this for the office – this is for your information only.
      i. If not paying online, check or cash in the amount of $80 for the full year permit will be due when choosing your parking space.
    3. Once you have completed the Parent Pay Online form, you will be able to choose your parking space & pick up your permit hang tag at Registration/Back to School Kick Off on August 9.
    4. You must have your Driver’s License with you when choosing your parking space.
    5. If you are unable to pick up at the Registration/Back to School Kick Off, your permit will be available the first day of school during your scheduled lunch shift.

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