Welcome to Ledyard High School

Monday, May 16...B Day 
Tuesday, May 17...A
 Day
Wednesday, May 18...
Day; AIM 30
Thursday, May 19...Day
Friday, May 20...B Day

Information Items:

A/B Rotation for May and June

Schedule for the Last Two Weeks of School


Updated School Calendar

Daily Announcements:

Spirit Week! The week of May 16 is our Spring Spirit Week! We have dress up themes each day to earn points for your class, and our fingers are crossed for good weather on Friday, May 20, to hold a pep rally out back! Click HERE to see the dress up themes!

Dungeons and Dragons. Dungeons and Dragons will not meet this week, Monday, May 16. We will meet again next week, on Monday, May 23.


Peru 2023. If you are interested in traveling to Peru during spring break 2023, you are required to attend an info meeting before you can register. Mr. Jannke will be offering 2 options for these meetings. Both meetings will be in room 211 and both will be 30 minutes max. The meetings are May 19 at 5:30 pm and May 23 at 2:15 pm. Students MUST attend one meeting. Parents are encouraged to come, but not required at this time. For more info join the trip Classroom with code ll6tejx or email [email protected].

Final Outdoor Coffee House. Our final coffee house of the year is outdoors in the courtyard from 7-9pm on May 26! We also celebrate Arts Night and FFA Awards Night the same evening. Note, we maxed out with performers at our last coffee house and this final one is the biggest of the year, so performers please sign up ASAP, as space will fill up. Sign up here https://forms.gle/soJhk7QuCvyJAVxa9

Magic the Gathering. Magic the Gathering club will meet on Wednesdays afternoons instead of Tuesdays for the remainder of the year. New players welcome! All cards and supplies are provided, but you can still bring your own decks if you have them. Come learn a new game for spring!

AP Testing. AP testing continues this week, which means there will be no announcements on many days. Most AP tests will take place in the AgriScience library, but some will take place in the main Library. This week's schedule is:

Monday -- AP Calculus, 8:00am
Monday -- AP Computer Science Principles, 12:00 noon
Tuesday -- AP English Language, 8:00am
Wednesday -- AP Spanish Language, 8:00am
Wednesday -- AP Biology, 12:00 noon
Thursday -- AP Physics 1, 12:00 noon
Friday -- AP Physics 2, 12:00 noon


Blood Drive. The spring Blood Drive is scheduled for May 12. In the coming days, Student Congress volunteers will be signing up students for appointments to donate blood during both lunches. 16 year-olds are now eligible to donate WITH PARENT PERMISSION. If you are 16 and would like to donate you need to pick up a permission form in the main office and bring it with you on May 12th. You must also make an appointment with the Student Congress volunteers during lunch. Sign up today!

Prom Closet. Prom season is right around the corner! Still haven't found a dress? Prom Closet has every color of the rainbow, and every size from 00 - 20+...just see Miss Finn in Room 113 to get your free dress before Prom!

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

form with a pen
    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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