Congratulations to Sayani Aggarwal & Blake Franklin, the Valedictorian & Salutatorian for the Class of 2021.
Everyone at Lakeland High School is extremely proud of both students for their academic achievement, involvement in our school community and positive personalities.
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Monday, November, 2nd B Day
Tuesday, November, 3rd NO SCHOOL- Supt. Conference Day
Wednesday, November, 4th C Day
Thursday, November, 5th D Day
Friday, November, 6th E Day
Monday, November,9th F Day
Tuesday, November, 10th A Day
Wednesday, November, 11th NO SCHOOL -Veteran’s Day
Thursday, November, 12th B Day
Friday, November, 13th C Day
Monday, November 16th D Day
Tuesday, November 17th E Day
Wednesday, November 18th F Day > FLEX DAY <
Thursday, November 19th A Day
Friday, November 20th B Day
Monday, November 23rd C Day
Tuesday, November 24th D Day
Wednesday, November 25th NO SCHOOL-Thanksgiving Break
Thursday, November 26th NO SCHOOL-Thanksgiving Break
Friday,November 27th NO SCHOOL-Thanksgiving Break
Monday, November 30th E Day
Beginning November 2, 2020 there will be a late registration period, ending on November 15, 2020. During the late registration period each AP Exam will cost $140.
Please go to the College Board website and use the join code provided by your AP Teacher to register for your exam(s). Then click on the Total Registration link below, follow the registration steps and make your payment to complete the process.
Please click on the Total Registration link below and follow the registration steps to complete the process.
Total Registration: www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/335187
Taking the AP Exam: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/takingtheexam
As stated in the 2020-2021 High School Program of Studies, the Lakeland School District requires that students enrolled in AP courses take the AP exam for each AP course. Please note if you choose not to take the exam or to drop the course please contact
Ms. Bonetti at TBonetti@lakelandschools.org by October 30,2020.
Parents and Guardians:
I wanted to provide an update on my communication from November 10th regarding the status of winter sports for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. On November 17th, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) announced that the start of high risk winter sports (basketball, wrestling, ice hockey and cheerleading) will be postponed until January 4th, pending approval from state officials. At the time of this correspondence the Governor’s office has not approved the start of high risk sports. We hope that sometime between now and January 4th state officials will provide further guidance concerning the sports of basketball, wrestling, ice hockey and cheerleading. We truly hope we are able to begin these sports on January 4th.
In addition, on November 20th the Section One Executive Committee announced that the start of low-moderate risk sports (bowling, indoor track, boys swimming and gymnastics) will also be postponed until January 4th. The Section One Executive Committee also announced that the start of modified sports will be postponed until January 19th. Please click here to read the official press release from Section One. As a result of this information, all high school winter sports start dates are currently postponed until January 4th. Due to the postponement of low-moderate risk sports to January 4th the district will not be processing any sports cards that were submitted over the past week. In order to remain in compliance with New York State Commissioner’s Regulations all sports cards must be completed within 30 days of the start of a sports season. Therefore, we will need to open a new registration period in the month of December. We will communicate the new sports card registration dates the week on November 30th. Please note anyone that completed a sports card for the sports of bowling, indoor track, boys swimming and gymnastics will need to complete a new card in December.
We truly hope that everyone enjoys the upcoming holiday. We will communicate new sports card registration dates when we return from the break.
Daniel J. Belfi
Director of Physical Education, Health, and Athletics
Supervisor of Physical Education, Health, and Athletics