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Monday, May 21, 2018


Hot dog on wg bun, baked beans, carrots, fruit and milk
Alternate: Brat


Senior Exams today 5/21 will be with Mrs. Evans in room 205.

Mr. Goke’s Social Studies classes please report to his computer room 218 today.

Gov. Rick Snyder is joining President Donald Trump’s call to lower Michigan and U.S. flags to half-staff through sunset on Tuesday, May 22, in honor of the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting.


2018-2019 Class Officer openings will be posted on Mrs. Grentz's door.

Please excuse the 7th-11th grade band students for Graduation practice on Tuesday, May 22nd at 8:40. They will be gone most of 2nd hour as well. Thank you!


Monday, May 21st
5th Hour: 8:15-9:45
6th Hour: 9:50-11:15
7th Hour: 12:15-1:45


Monday, May 21st: Exams

Tuesday, May 22nd
9 am -Graduation Practice
Decorate Gym
6 pm —Senior Award Night

Wednesday, May 23rd
9 am —Graduation Practice
10 am —Senior Assembly
11 am —Senior Picnic
Decorate gym after

Thursday, May 24th
7 pm —Graduation —Seniors be there by 6:15


Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

The weight room is now open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30-5:30 for grades 8th-12th.

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

A few dress code reminders now that the weather is getting warmer: Spaghetti straps, strapless, cut offs are not permitted. Tank tops and sleeveless tops or shirts are permitted if straps are three finger widths wide.
Shorts, skirts and dresses must be at least mid-thigh and the spandex variety are inappropriate.
Bare midriffs are inappropriate and not allowed. Shirts must be long enough to be tucked in and remain in while seated.
For more information regarding the dress code please refer to pages 34 and 35 in the Student Handbook.


Jr High Tutoring: Mondays and Wednesdays will be with Mrs. Schneider in room 153
Tuesdays and Thursdays will be with Mrs. Grentz in room 302

High School Tutoring: Mondays and Wednesdays will be with Mr. Moore in room 316
Tuesdays and Thursdays will be with Mrs. Cangemi in room 320

Tutoring for all students is available Monday-Friday from 7:30-8 am in the library.


Students completing grades 6-11. Check out MTU's summer youth programs at Many scholarships available MTU's website to help with the cost.

Students ages 14-24 looking for employment can stop into Michigan Works and inquire about jobs. They are open Wednesday and Thursdays. More information can be found by contacting: Dale W. Verran, CBSP, FWDP
Workforce Services Michigan Works! UPward Cell 906-280-4176 Office 906-482-6916 x 1603

Students ages 18 and up interested in working at the L'Anse Warden Electric Plant this summer can pick up an application from Mrs. Grentz

Students in grades 5th-8th that are interested in Onji-Akiing (From the Earth) Natural Resource Cultural Summer Camp at Camp Nesbit from July 16-20th there is a flyer on the bulletin board outside the Jr/Sr High School office and an application can be picked up from the office.


The International Travel Club is collecting receipts from Econo Foods as a fundraiser. Please give them to Ms. Keyes or Mrs. Belanger.

High School SADD Meetings will take place every Tuesday at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s room.

Photography Club meetings will be on Fridays at lunch with Mrs. Maddux in Room 306

Every Wednesday night from 4-7 p.m. until the end of May is International Travel Club Night at Burger King so come and enjoy a tasty Whopper, tantalizing chicken sandwich, or whatever else you like! 20 % of proceeds go to the International Travel Club for their trip to Germany, Switzerland and Italy in 2019.


May 22 Senior Recognition Night at 6 p.m.
May 24 High School Graduation at 7 p.m.
May 25 Kindergarten Graduation at 2 p.m.
May 28 Memorial Day-No School
June 6 Final Exams: Half Day-Dismissal at 1:20
June 7 Final Exams: Half Day-Dismissal at 11:30
June 8 Final Exams: Half Day-Dismissal at 11:30
June 8 Last Day of School-Have a great summer!!!


If you have lost any jewelry these items please stop in the Jr/Sr High School office to identify and claim.

Please check the lost and found box outside the Jr/Sr High School office for lost clothing, hats, books, etc.
Any unclaimed items will be donated to St. Vincent DePaul at the end of the school year.


There is a school store open in the library and new items have arrived: seat cushions, lanyards, black hoodies and polos. Prices have also been reduced. Stop in and check it out. Mon and Fri 8:00 - 1:00 or Tues, Wed, Thurs noon - 6:00

Morning tutoring is offered in the library for K-12 students Mon - Fri from 7:30 - 8:00 am. Mr. Hartman will be working with older students and Mr. Cadeau with younger students. Please encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity.

The Western Upper Peninsula Healthcare Access Coalition has received a grant award from the Baraga County Community Foundation (Donald Menard Youth Fund) to help increase access to oral health care for youth in Baraga County. To be eligible for assistance, clients must: be 26 years of age or younger, reside in Baraga County, have no dental insurance (some exceptions may be made), have a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (single person up to $24,100 annually/family of 4 up to $49,200 annually)
Those interested can contact WUPHAC at (906) 482-7122 or toll-free at (877) 482-7122 ext 3 or 4.




Posted May 18, 2018
NEW! Make Lunch Account Payments Online!
Online lunch account payments are now available!

On the homepage ~ select the 'Food Service' tab ...

Posted May 8, 2018
2018 - 2019 Calendar!

Posted November 16, 2017
NEW! School Store
There is a new school store open in the library. Sale items include: short and long sleeve t-shirts, ...





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L’Anse Area Schools Central Office
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