Families interested in housing a student please contact the main office ASAP (509) 549-3591. We have two boys needing to be placed this Fall and some other students (boys and girls) who will need placement in January.
Congratulations to the LaCrosse FFA Livestock Judging Team for placing 1st at the Palouse Empire Fair. Team members were: Jasmin Watson–1st, Alynn Harder–3rd, Trey Fleming–6th, Braden Miller–10th, Lauren Stubbs, TJ Harder & Gen McGregor. Congratulations to Ty Harder–Reserve Freshmen/Sophomore Fitting & Showing in beef. Congratulations to Olivia McGregor for winning the Junior 4H Fitting and Showing in beef & Congratulations to Lauren Stubbs who had the Grand Champion Market Goat!
The SJEL high school football game scheduled for tomorrow–September 9th at 3:00 in Curlew, has been CANCELLED due to unhealthy air quality conditions. Once it has been officially rescheduled we will let you know the date. Practice will run as usual today.
Picture day will be held Monday, September 11th for ALL students in preschool through 12th grade. Pictures will be taken by Janet Leifer from Leifer Photography. For information on prices see below:
1102 Endicott – St. John Road St. John, WA 99171 (509) 648-3873 firstname.lastname@example.org www.janetleifer.com
Please make checks payable to:
Receipt of payment upon ordering. Tax is included in cost.
8 Small Wallets
6 Small Wallets
4 5 x 7
6 Small Wallets
6 Small Wallets
5 Small Wallets
6 Mini Wallets
1 8×10 = $11.00
1 5×7 = $6.00
2 *Wallets = $2.50
2 *Buttons = $6.00
*with purchase of any package
8×10 ~ $10.00 (package purchase is not required)
All photo rights belong to Leifer Photography. If you are interested in purchasing gift items using a photo, please contact Janet directly.
It is in violation of photo rights, to scan and print for personal use.
Due to the unhealthy weather conditions, we are canceling the field trip to William’s Lake scheduled for all students tomorrow. Thursday, 9-07-17.
If paying by check, please make two separate checks. One payable to LaCrosse School District for lunches, the other payable to LaCrosse High School for the remainder of the fees. Thank you!
9-12 ASB Card $30.00
9-12 Yearbook and Supplement $40.00
FFA Dues $20.00
P-5 $2.00 x 20 = $40.00
6-12 $2.50 x 20 = $50.00
Reduced .40 x 20 = $ 8.00
Adult $3.50 x 20 = $70.00
Ala Carte per item .75
ASB Fee (Mandatory for ALL HS students) $30.00
HS Yearbook– Optional $40.00
Sport Event Tickets: (Seniors 62+ years of age / Students: Kindergarten- 8th Grade)
Season Passes- All Sports
Single Adult $75.00
Senior Citizen– Couple $75.00
Senior Citizen– Single $40.00
Single Adult $45.00
Senior Citizen or Student $25.00
Single Adult $30.00
Senior Citizen or Student $20.00
Single Adult $25.00
Senior Citizen or Student $15.00
Checks must be made payable to LaCrosse ASB. Athletic fees must be paid separately from other school fees (i.e. yearbook and lunch), they cannot be combined on one check.
Volleyball passes will need to be purchased with a separate check made out to the LaCrosse School District on behalf of the
Junior High students will no longer need to purchase an ASB card for athletics
Come visit the school today through Friday from 1:00-3:00! Computers will be made available so you can do online registration or print off hard copies. Directions on how to access these forms below:
Starting on the homepage, move your mouse over to ‘Student Resources’– a drop down menu should appear.
- Select ‘Student Forms’
- From there you can select all of the required forms to download and complete, or print off to complete manually.
The Community Calendar for 2017-2018 school year will be distributed at the end of September. Ms. Titus, our Academic Counselor, will be putting it together. For changes, requests, additions, etc. please email her at:email@example.com
The high altitude balloon was recovered a few miles north east of St. John, near the community of Sunset at latitude 47.11326 longitude -117.52217. Flight time was 1 hour 28 minutes.
“We found that the balloon speed changed a lot during the rapid altitude change it increased and decreased. The average speed was 28 mph. But the farther it went up in altitude the faster it moved. The top speed it moved according to the computer was 116 mph but we are doubtful of that”—Computer Science students
Swim Team Sign-Up and Informational Meeting: Monday, June 19th at 1:00 PM at the Lacrosse Pool. Please contact Katie Bailey with questions (509) 592-0343 or firstname.lastname@example.org