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L&N School Tour Registration
The transfer window for the 2018-19 school year has now closed. This concludes our prospective family tours for this school year. In April, students who have been granted a transfer but have not had the opportunity to tour the L&N may register for a "New Family Tour". Please check back after April 1st for those dates.
We offer school tours for prospective students and families. Tours are lead by our student leaders called Gryphon Guides. Visitors will view both buildings, learn a little history about our school and the historic L&N Station, visit active classrooms, and interact with students. Tours are limited to 25 families. If you register for a tour you are unable to attend, please call to cancel so another family may fill your spot.
Our teachers and staff are committed to providing the best education to all our students, but we cannot do it without you. Your contribution will go a long way toward helping our school cover the cost of technology and school materials as well as provide additional instructional support. Please review the following letter and fee sheet. This year we will be able to accept credit card/debit payments for school fees. An important change to our Driver Ed program is outlined in the letter. If you have questions about fees, please call the office. Click here for complete information regarding Course Fees for the 2017-2018 school year.
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Attendance Incentive for 2017/18
TO: High School Principals
FROM: Cheryl Hickman, Executive Director of Secondary Schools
DATE: February 16, 2018
RE: Attendance Incentive
In light of recent missed school days due to both inclement weather and sickness, the attendance incentive has been adjusted for the 2017-2018 school year.
The adjusted attendance incentive is as follows-
For all ninth-eleventh grade students:
Beginning after Spring Break, for any underclass student who misses two or fewer days and has earned at least a “C” average, the lowest test score will be dropped.
For all twelfth grade students:
Beginning after Spring Break, any senior who misses two or fewer days and has earned at least a “C” average will be exempt from his/her final exam (with the exception of any state EOC test.)
At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, the attendance incentive will be reviewed and adjusted as determined by a committee of secondary school principals.