The FFA Marketing team placed first at the District Competition and will be competing at the the State Competition in May. Team members are Jadyn Guske, Alynn Harder and Autumn Meyers. Thank You to a Lauren Stubbs who filled in at the last minute at the District Competition!
The Lacrosse Robotics Team comprised of Cooper Schwartz, Chloe Waddell, Emily Thompson, Wyatt Schwartz and Lillian McGregor and coached by Matt Wysock recently placed 5th in the robot games and received the champions award for best overall performance in Spokane on December 9th. They will be competing again on January 13th at Eastern Washington University.
Congratulations to our Soils Team for placing 1st at the State Soils Contest. Team members included: Alynn Harder–1st, TJ Harder–3rd, Jadyn Guske–9th, Trey Fleming, Ty Harder Autumn Meyers and Lauren Stubbs. Alynn Harder was awarded $1,000 scholarship for her placement at state. Way to go Tigercats!
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!
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 $20.00
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 $20.00
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 for ASB cards and sports passes must be made payable to LaCrosse ASB. Athletic fees must be paid separately from other school fees.
Lunch, Preschool, and Yearbook checks may be made payable to LaCrosse Schools.
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:firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Congratulations to The FFA Meats Team for placing 1st at the Asotin County Fair! Team members were: Britte Harder- 1st, Nicole Harder 2nd, Abby McGregor -3rd, TJ Harder- 7th, Trey Fleming, Alynn Harder & Autumn Meyers.
Congratulations to the FFA Livestock Team for placing 3rd at the Asotin County Fair! Team members were: Braden Miller- 1st, Abby McGregor- 10th, Alynn Harder, Nicole Harder, Lauren Stubbs & Jasmin Watson.
The following is a write up from team member Britte Harder:
Members of the LaCrosse FFA Meats team had the opportunity to compete in the National Western Round-Up competition this weekend in Denver, Colorado. Experienced contestants Abigail McGregor, Britte Harder, and Nicole Harder made the trip after being approved by the state advisor to be the team to represent our state at the national contest. Only one team per state was allowed to compete in Denver, and the girls were up against some of the best in the nation. The day before the competition, the girls made the trek to Laramie, Wyoming for a practice contest put on at the University of Wyoming. They were in the cooler practicing for the better part of three hours and later proclaimed that it was the most thorough and informative practice they had had the opportunity to partake in. They also got to experience the frigid Wyoming winter weather, describing their relief to be in the meats cooler, as it was much warmer than the outside temperatures.
The practice paid off for the team the next day when they competed in Denver. Results and awards were announced on Sunday morning. The girls were surprised at their success, due to the fact that they were the only three-person team among teams of four members. Britte earned tenth place individually in both the placing and grading categories. Nicole placed tenth individually in the retail category, and Abigail placed ninth. As a team, the girls placed third overall in the retail category. In the overall competition, Britte placed sixth individually and was offered a scholarship to Colorado State University. The team from LaCrosse made a name for itself at a national level, placing fourth in the overall competition.