Advanced Placement Exams
Students should arrive at the assigned testing room no later than 7:45 AM for morning (AM) exams and by 11:45 AM for afternoon (PM) exams. For specific exam dates and locations, go to https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/frederick/upload/14/6639.pdf. For directions and a campus map of the St. Peter of the Apostle Catholic Church go to https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/frederick/upload/14/6629.pdf. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
Food and drinks are not permitted during the exam. However, there is a 10-minute break between the first and second session of each exam. If you would like to bring a snack to eat during the break, please pack it in a bag to leave in front of the testing room.
Attendance is mandatory. Any illness must be excused by a doctor’s note or an additional $55.00 late fee will be assessed.
Students are reminded that cell phones should be left at home or in vehicles during all exams. Students may not be in possession of or access an electronic device during any exam.
Get a good night’s sleep, eat breakfast, and dress in layers for comfort. You are ready!
Lancer Media is in search of alumni prom photos from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's, and 2000 (up to 2007).
We are making a fashion spread in the newspaper. If you would be willing to share your photo, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name (and date's name if applicable), the prom year and any interesting story about the dress and/or the event (school appropriate). Contact adviser email@example.com if you have additional questions.
Parents of LHS
We are just under a month until the LHS class of 2017 graduates and we celebrate their accomplishment with the county's best after graduation event. We have our last meeting of the year on Monday May 15, at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria. We still have 140 shifts to fill for Safe and Sane. This will require about 40 volunteers to cover. We have shifts available all night but have the greatest need between midnight and 6am, with most all of those shifts in the entertainment and security areas. We also still need 8 more volunteers to run food- see detailed information below from our food lead. If you are going to be volunteering overnight at Safe and Sane and are not already signed up you must attend the meeting on Monday 15th. If you can help run food you do not have to attend the meeting but do need to contact Theresa as outlined below. If we fail to get enough volunteers to fill the 140 shifts we will need to reallocate available help and review which activities will need to be canceled due to lack of volunteers.
We are also still in need of 150 paper boxes for the coat room.
If you have items from the red folders please bring to the meeting on Monday May 15th at 7:00pm in the cafeteria.
Let me reiterate- if you want to work and did not attend the last meeting you MUST be at the Monday, May 15, meeting. Also, if we don't have sufficient volunteers who attended one of the last two meetings we will be forced to cancel some activities.
Regarding Food Pickup
Safe and Sane Food Committee is still in need of 8 more Food Runners for May 31st. Food Runners help pick-up food donations from local restaurants and deliver them to Mt. Saint Mary's where the Safe and Sane event is being held. There will be pick-ups from late afternoon until 10pm. Please contact Theresa Bendler if you can help out: 443-956-7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks, LHS Safe and Sane Committee
Linganore's Spring Plant Sale!
Help support our Horticulture dept. by purchasing your spring plants and flowers from LHS. You can find us at the back of the school, in our greenhouse this Saturday, May 6 from 9 to 1 and Sunday, May 7 from 11 to 3 pm. For an order form go to https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/frederick/upload/14/6633.pdf . We hope to see you there.
Yearbook Distribution Information
Pre-ordered yearbooks will be distributed to Seniors during the Senior Picnic on Monday, May 15 during 4th block. Yearbooks will be available to seniors only to purchase on that day for $80, cash only. Otherwise seniors can pick up or purchase a yearbook after May 15 in room A206, before or after school or during first or third block only.
Underclass pre-ordered yearbooks will be distributed during lunch on Monday, May 22. Extra yearbooks will be available to purchase Thursday, June 1 starting at 2:15 pm in room A206 for $80 cash or check payable to LHS on a first come basis.
LHS Sports Boosters - Ken Doyle Memorial Athlete's Scholarship
Last Chance! Monday, May 8, is the application deadline for LHS students to apply for the Ken Doyle Memorial Scholarship from The LHS Sports Boosters.
If you are a Senior and participated on a Varsity Team Sport you are eligible to apply for a $1000 Scholarship. Two scholarships will be awarded. One each to a senior girl and a senior boy.
For an application, go to https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/frederick/upload/14/6523.pdf. Make sure you turn your application into student services by Monday, May 8. The award winners will be announced on Tuesday, May 30, at Senior Salute.
Underclassmen and Families: Congressman Delaney is hosting a College, Trades and Financial Aid Workshop on Thursday, May 11 at 6:00 pm in Hagerstown. For more information follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/college-trades-and-financial-aid-workshop-in-western-maryland-registration-33708607352
Freshmen and Sophomores: Are you interested in attending the Career and Technology Center next year? Shadows are open again for Auto Body, Carpentry, Electricity, and Landscaping ONLY. See Mrs. Ingraham in Student Services to sign-up for a shadow ASAP. Shadows are only scheduled for the month of May.
Summer School Information: Frederick County Virtual School published information on Monday, March 27 about summer school options. Students may earn just one credit through summer school. Options include Partially Online Summer School (POSS) for honors levels classes, Traditional Summer School (TRAD) held at TJ Middle School for students needing additional support, and Site Based Summer School (SBSS) held at Linganore High School for students retaking a course through an online program but wanting more support and structure than POSS. Each summer school option has specific and demanding attendance requirements. See your school counselor for more information or visit https://education.fcps.org/flex/ . Note that Health and Fitness, American Studies 2 Honors, Digital Photography, Environmental Science, Money, Finance, and Economics classes for summer are FULL.
Juniors: If you plan to apply to 4-year colleges next year, you should take the SAT and/or ACT this spring. Deadline to register for the June 3 SAT is Tuesday, May 9. Register at https://www.collegeboard.org/.
Juniors: If you plan to apply to any college or trade school next year, please plan to attend the Junior Information Night on Wednesday, May 24 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in the Linganore Auditorium. School counselors will share the application process for completing applications and making post-secondary education decisions. Parents as well as Class of 2018 members are encouraged to attend this event.
Seniors: Counselors are meeting with PREP groups to complete the MSDE/FCPS Senior Survey via Naviance. If you do not complete the survey while in PREP due to needing to check college and/or scholarship information, please be sure to return to the survey in Naviance before the first graduation practice.
Junior Athletes: The Wendy's® High School Heisman® Scholarship application is open for students graduating with the class of 2018. This year, Wendy's® will be awarding 100 students from across the nation with $150,000 in scholarships. For more information go to: https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com/about/
Class of 2018 and 2019: Hood College has opportunities to earn college credits at a reduced rate for high school juniors and seniors. Check out the Hood Start program at: http://www.hood.edu/Campus-Services/Academic-Services/Hood-Start.html?terms=hood%20start