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High School Announcements
Graduation DVDs Available for Pickup
Students and families who have ordered graduation DVDs are welcome to pick them up at the high school main office.
High School Dress Code
Please review the High School Dress Code when making purchases for back to school. Should you have any questions regarding dress code, please contact the high school office for assistance.

Lackawanna Trail Dress Code (Adobe Reader required)
Seventh Grade & New Student Orientation Scheduled
Incoming seventh grade students and newly enrolled students are invited to attend orientation which will be held on Thursday, August 21st at 6:00pm in the high school auditorium.
Fall Sports Physicals Scheduled
Fall Sports Physicals will be held on the following dates:
  • Thursday, July 17th at 3:30pm
  • Tuesday, August 5th at 6:00pm
Physical packets are available in the high school main office.
Scholarship 5k Scheduled for August 3rd

Join us for the 4th Annual Lake Sheridan Dam Run/Walk Sunday, August 3rd.

Race will start at 9am Rain or Shine! Sign in begins at 8am.

Proceeds benefit the Frieda K. Robertson Scholarship Fund

All ages welcome!!!!!!!!!

Adults 15$ in advance 20$ morning of race

Children (12 and under) 10$ - deadline for pre-registry July 25th

See FLYER for registration information!!

Vision Statement
Each building in the Lackawanna Trail School District has a vision statement that embodies what each building believes it must do in order to accomplish the overall mission of the school district itself.  Vision statements were crafted after a review of current literature that stresses such statements should be focused, measurable, and doable.
The vision of the Lackawanna Trail Junior-Senior High School is to provide an educational atmosphere where all students are safe, nurtured both academically AND socially, with access to a wide variety of challenging courses.  During their high school years, students will be able to measure their acquired knowledge by achieving proficiency on standardized, as well as teacher created, assessments because of the education they receive from a highly qualified faculty.  Upon fulfilling all graduation requirements, students will have then mastered the standards-based curriculum--making them fully prepared to enter college, post-secondary vocational school, the armed services, or the work force.  Regardless of their post-secondary choice, students will graduate being technologically literate, being able to access pertinent information, and will be able to effectively collaborate with others--making them productive citizens.  
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