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Scholarships 2020



Daily Announcements:
Monday, October 21...A Day
Tuesday, October 22...B Day
Wednesday, October 23...A Day; AIM 30
Thursday, October 24...B Day
Friday, October 25...A Day


Fall Blood Drive. The Student Congress blood drive is on Halloween!  If you are at least 17 years old, please consider signing up to donate blood on 10/31.  CT is in a blood emergency, and a single pint of blood can save up to three lives!  See the Student Congress table in the Caf during both lunches this week, and sign up to help save lives and be a part of this long-standing LHS tradition of giving.

Media Literacy Week. To acknowledge Media Literacy Week, librarian extraordinaire Mrs. Smith has put together some short videos to help us understand how to be responsible consumers of information! Click the links below to get to the videos! Each one is about a minute in length.
Introductory Video
Likes and Follows
Deep Fakes/Shallow Fakes
 

Make-Up Pictures.
Today is make up picture day! If you are in grades 9, 10, or 11, and you either missed pictures or didn't like your first set, today is the day to get those pictures retaken! Pictures will be in the AgriScience library, and the schedule is here


Repeat Announcements: 

Digital Media Club. Interested in creating videos or podcasts? Want to learn to use 360 cameras and GoPros? The first meeting of the Digital Media Club will be held in the LHS Library on Wednesday, October 23rd from 2:15-3:00. If you can’t make it but are interested, or if you have questions see or email Mrs. Smith.

A Message from the Environmental Club. Global climate strikes occurred across many nations from September 20-27. Nearly eight million people in 185 countries went on strike to stop climate change, making this even the largest environmental protest in history.


Bullying Complaint Form

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    Please click on the form
    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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