Welcome to Ledyard High School

Information Items: 

Online Course Selection Instructions 2021-22

Scholarships 2021

Daily Announcements:
Monday, January 18...No School, MLK Day
Tuesday, January 19..B Day, Cohort A  
Wednesday, January 20...Advisory+
Thursday, January 21...A Day, Cohort B
Friday, January 22...B Day, Cohort B

Junior/Senior Lounge Privilege. Any junior or senior who has study hall Block 1 or Block 4, you have permission to arrive late or leave early. BUT, you must complete the privilege form, get it signed by your parent/guardian, and return it to guidance and then the APO. Even if you were approved first semester, you have to do it again for second semester. It's all new classes, all new rosters. Hop to it! Forms are in the Main Office. 

Opt Out Kiddos - Book Return. 
As 1st semester comes to a close, our Cohort C, Opt Out students need to return their materials. Please place all of your materials (text books, art supplies, calculators, novels, etc.) neatly into a bag, clearly labeled with your name, and drop it to the main entrance this Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, between 7:30am and 3:30pm. You will be able to pick up 2nd semester materials at the library entrance next Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 7:30-3:30.

Semester 2 Schedules. Hard copies of 2nd semester schedules were mailed home on Friday, 1/15. You should receive them this week. You can also view them in PowerSchool. If you need to make adjustments to your courses, please arrange to meet with your school counselor this week. Please note that we will be unlikely to accommodate preferential changes to electives. Our focus is on required, core credits.

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

form with a pen
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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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