Below is LHS State Testing Schedule
Rosters are posted in the Cafeteria and on Main Street for students.
PARCC TESTING FOR ENGLISH 10
Monday, January 8
Tuesday January 9
Students taking the English PARCC test will need to use headphones or earbuds.
We encourage those that have their own to bring them for the test.
PARCC TESTING FOR MATH – Algebra 1 and some Algebra 2
(Algebra 2 Students Who Need To Test Will Receive Passes This Week)
Wednesday, January 10
Thursday, January 11
Friday, January 12
Students taking the Math PARCC exams should bring their calculators, but will not need listening hardware.
Tuesday, January 16
Thursday, January 18
Friday, January 19
Testing will occur in regular class and block.
FCC Night for High School Seniors
Frederick Community College Invites 12th Graders and their parents to FCC Night for High School Seniors. It will be held on Thursday, Jan. 18 and Tuesday, February 20 from 6 PM - 8 PM in the JBK Theater at FCC. Come meet faculty and staff and find out about:
How to enroll, Honors college, Student services, Financial aid, Academic programs, Counseling and advising, Career and transfer programs
RSVP: www.frederick.edu/highschoolevent or 301-624-2716. Space is limited! For more information see the flier at https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/Frederick/GetFile.aspx?DocId=8066 or go to www.frederick.edu.
Spring Musical - "Footloose"
Any students interested in choreographing or directing in Linganore drama’s production of ‘Footloose’ should sign up outside room C224. Interviews for the positions will be held next Wednesday, January 10, starting at 2:25 pm. No materials will be required for the interview.
Mr. Linganore 2018 is fast approaching. If you wish to participate in the competition, please pick up an application form from Mr. Brown and turn it in to room C103 or C203 by Friday, January 12.. The first twelve students to turn in their completed forms are in the show.
The Polar Bear Plunge
The “Cool School Challenge” is fast approaching! On January 25, hundreds of brave students from all over Maryland are going to plunge into the Chesapeake Bay to raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics. Help Linganore reach our goal of $3,500. See Mr. Brown in room C101 to sign up today. For additional information, email Jeremy.Brown@fcps.org
Women in Technology
The UMBC Center for Women in Technology is accepting applications from high school junior girls interested in finding out more about the fields of engineering and computing. This year, we are excited that we will be able to invite about 35 students to attend the “Bits & Bytes” program to encourage and support women to be leaders in these fields. If you have any questions, see Mr. Greene.
Juniors who are applying for an internship with USAMRIID are reminded that the application deadline is January 12. Turn in paper application packet to the Work-Based Learning Office in C103 by next Friday, January 12.
Don't miss your opportunity to purchase a Legacy Brick to recognize your special Lancer. This is a Perfect gift for seniors and State Champion Lancers. The LHS Renaissance program is selling custom engraved bricks to help fund awards, recognition and scholarships. Bricks symbolize the “Legacy” of your association with Linganore. Bricks will be installed in the spring. Students, parents, alumni, and community supporters and businesses are welcome to take part in our campaign. A order form can be found here Legacy Brick Order Form
If you have any questions or for more information, contact Jeremy Brown at 240.566.9740 or email@example.com. Orders must be received by January 15 for this school year. Bricks may include names, dates, organizations, sports teams, etc.
Sophomores and Juniors: If you are interested in taking a Dual Enrollment course next school year, there will be an informational meeting during PREP on Tuesday, January 9th in the auditorium to discuss sign-ups for the Accuplacer Placement Test being administered at LHS on Wednesday, January 31st. This test is required for demonstrating CCR in order to qualify to take a Dual Enrollment course. All students interested are expected to take this test on the 31st. Permission to Test Forms will be handed out. Please attend if interested.
Seniors: Colleges you have applied to will ask for a mid-year transcript to show that you are meeting your graduation requirements. School counselors will send mid-year transcripts to all colleges to which you have applied when first semester grades and second semester schedule changes are complete (about February 15). You do not need to make a request for mid-year transcripts.
Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Registration for next year’s classes will take place in early February. Take the time now to talk to your current teachers about recommended courses.
Seniors: Be sure to look at the scholarship list in Naviance frequently. Added just this week is
Sons of the American Legion which offers five $1000 scholarships. Deadline to apply is April 2, 2018.
Freshmen and Sophomores: Shadowing for Career and Technology Center (CTC) programs for next year have started. You MUST pick up a permission form in Student Services. Students must shadow for half a day between November and February in order to apply to start a program next school year. Students may shadow two programs of interest. Transportation to and from CTC is provided for the shadow. To learn more about CTC: https://education.fcps.org/ctc/
Sophomores and Juniors: Johns Hopkins University Engineering Innovation summer program will be at Hood College from June 25 to July 20. Prerequisites are Algebra II and some trigonometry, at least one lab science and experience with spreadsheet applications. The program offers the potential to earn 3 college credits and one FCPS elective credit. For more information go to: https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/Frederick/GetFile.aspx?DocId=7903
Sophomores and Juniors: Susquehanna University is offering their Summer Writers Workshop from July 22 to 28, 2018. For more information go to: https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programs/writers-workshop
Sophomores and Juniors: Duke University Summer Sessions. Various opportunities to experience time on the Duke campus. For more information go to: Duke Summer Session
Sophomores and Juniors: Gettysburg College offers academic camps in subjects including psychology, American government, history, creative writing, and information technology. For more information go to: several opportunities