Welcome to Ledyard High School

Monday, November 29... B Day 
Tuesday, November 30...A Day
Wednesday, December 1...
B Day; AIM 30
Thursday, December 2...A Day
Friday, December 3...
B Day


Information Items:
 

Daily Announcements:

Robotics Team. The Ledyard Cyber Colonels, LHS's robotics team, will meet after school in room 414 on Monday, December 6th for anyone who wants to come, check out the program, and have a chance to drive the robot, before the new season starts. The google classroom code is ysd75fv. Please email cestabrooks@ledyard.net to let him know if you will be staying after. We hope to see you there!

Coffee House. Join us tonight (12/2) in the cafeteria from 7-9 for our holiday coffee house! Performers enter free, others $4. We have a great slate of performers including our new dance team and uncle Tony! Bring a friend, relax, perform, and have some holiday fun! Plus we have a lot of free food and drinks.

Dungeons and Dragons. Do you like dungeons? Do you like dragons? Do you like dragons in dungeons? If so, come slay Mondays after school in room 106 from 2:15-3:30. No experience is required, and all are welcome! Please provide your own after school transportation.


Library Hours. Any students wishing to use the library briefly after school must have transportation home, as there are no late buses. The library hours this year are:

Monday: 7:00am - 2:30pm
Tuesday: 7:00am - 2:45pm
Wednesday: 7:00am - 2:45pm
Thursday: 7:00am - 2:30pm
Friday: 7:00am - 2:30pm


Prospective freshmen! Check out the videos below to help orient you to LHS!
Overview of LHS Faces and Places
Introduction to AgriScience
Let's Talk About Art
Get Moving with Ledyard Athletics
LHS Music: Proud Past, Bright Future

Bullying Complaint Form

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    to the left to find a printable
    version of the bullying
    complaint form.






Core Values & Learning Expectations

Core Values Statement:

The Ledyard High School community maintains a safe, respectful and supportive learning environment that promotes student responsibility and independence. Dynamic instruction and diverse academic and extracurricular offerings empower students to develop the knowledge, skills, and qualities necessary for success in our global society.

Academic Expectations:

1. Read and write critically and effectively for a variety of purposes. RUBRIC

2. Communicate information clearly and effectively in a variety of settings. RUBRIC

3. Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills effectively. RUBRIC

4. Employ effective research and study skills. RUBRIC

Civic and Social Expectations:

1. Demonstrate citizenship, integrity, and respect for self and others. RUBRIC

2. Contribute to a safe and supportive learning environment. RUBRIC

3. Demonstrate independence and self-reliance. RUBRIC

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