- 2018 Graduation Student Worker Form
- Cheer list 2018
- STUDENT AGENDA
- Chromebook Guidelines
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- SWORD AND SHIELD
- Buy your yearbook online!
- Lunch Menu
- Mr. Huff"s class student of the month
- ROTARY TOP TEN 2017
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- Student Engagement Survey
20 days ago
Welcome to the Laurens District 55 High School Webpage!
It is such an honor to be welcomed into the Laurens District High School
family. I have found myself surrounded by an incredible group of
teachers, administrators, staff, parents and students. The commitment I
have seen to seeing students succeed has been truly inspirational. LDHS
is a place of limitless potential where many great things are already
happening and many great things are to come. More than anything I
encourage you to reach out. This is a community school and we need your
input, your involvement, and your support to make it a reflection of the
high expectations and pride this community has in their school. I look
forward to getting to know the entire LDHS family over the coming year.
Christopher D. Moore
Our Administrative Team
Christopher D. Moore - Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandon Addy - Assistant Principal (9th grade)email@example.com
Regina Childers - Director of Guidance firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Coleman - Director of Student Records email@example.com
Lewis Compton - Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Debbie Fulton - Assistant Principal email@example.com
Tommy Spires - Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Walker - Assistant Principal email@example.com
- Athletic Event Calendar
- Varsity Football
- JV Football
- Freshman Football
- Varsity Volleyball
- JV Volleyball
- Boys' Varsity Cross Country
- Girls' Varsity Cross Country
- Girls' Tennis
- Girls' Golf
- Varsity Sideline Cheer
- JV Sideline Cheer
- Boys' Varsity Basketball
- Boys' JV Basketball
- Boys' Freshman Basketball
- Girls' Varsity Basketball
- Girls' JV Basketball
- Varsity Wrestling
- JV Wrestling
- Varsity Baseball
- JV Baseball
- Varsity Softball
- JV Softball
- Boys' Golf
- Boys' Tennis
- Boys' Soccer
- Girls' Soccer
- Boys' Track
- Girls' Track
Vision, Mission, Beliefs Statements
20 days ago
Laurens District 55 High School will be a school of excellence and equity in educational practices for each learner.
The mission of Laurens District 55 High School is to create a community of learners who are responsible and productive citizens.
We believe that…
• Children are our most valuable resource.
• Every individual can learn and be successful.
• Every individual can make a valuable contribution to society.
• The total education of our children is the shared responsibility of our students, parents, schools, government, and community.
• The family is the primary influence in the development of an individual.
• A diversified education strengthens individuals and society.
• Every individual deserves to be treated with dignity, fairness and respect.
• Each individual has different needs and deserves equal opportunities for success in learning. • Excellence is achievable through high expectations and continuous improvement.
• Every individual has the right to learn in a safe, clean and comfortable environment.
• Learning is a life-long process.
• Every individual deserves a relevant and challenging education that prepares him/her for the future.
• All school decisions should be based on data and meet the needs of our learning community.
Test Taking Tips for Parents
15 days ago
Test Taking Tips for Parents
The following tips will provide suggestions for parents on how to approach test taking with their children.
-Make sure that your child does all their homework and reading assignments, this will help make sure your child is prepared for the test.
-Encourage your child to space out their studying and homework assignments so that they won't be forced to cram on the night before the test.
-If you are anxious about your child's test, it's ok but try to keep cool around your child, you don't want them to get anxious about their tests too.
-Encourage your child to do well but don't pressure him/her. You may stress him/her out. It is important for your child to stay relaxed for the test.
-Keep a positive attitude about tests.
-Provide a quiet, well lighted area with little distractions to help your child study efficiently.
-Mark down test days on your calendar so you and your child are both aware of testing dates.
-Make sure that your child gets enough sleep on the night before the test.
-Ensure that your child eats a healthy breakfast and avoid heavy foods that may make him/her groggy and avoid high sugar foods that may make him/her hyper.
-Make sure that your child gets up early enough so that he/she will be on time to school.
-Let your child relax for a few hours before bedtime, it can be stressful for a child to study all night.
-Talking about the test with your child can relieve stress about test taking.
-If your child is struggling on their tests, talk to them about it and meet with their teacher to find out the best way to help your child.
-Praise/reward your child when they do well on a test or for their hard work preparing for a test.
-Encourage them to do better if they don't do well.
-Review the test with your child after they have taken it and go over any mistakes they have made and make sure that they understand what they did wrong and how they can improve for the next test.
By Dr. Ameca C. Thomas