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Upcoming Events
 
High School Announcements
Saturday Detention 1/24/15
Students who were assigned Saturday detention (1/24/15) will not be required to attend today (1/24/15) due to current weather conditions. Detentions will be rescheduled during the week of 1/26-1/30. Please see Mr. Kearney or Dr. Murphy to reschedule your detention.
Booster Club Meeting Cancelled
The Booster Club meeting for January has been canceled. Please check the Booster Club page at the beginning of February for a February meeting date.
Coaches VS Cancer
Coaches vs Cancer T-shirts will be on sale for students  Friday January 23rd through Tuesday January 27th during lunch mods at the high school. Shirts will be available for the public during Boys and Girls home  basketball games the weeks of January 19th through the 30th. Shirts are $10.00 and can be worn to school on Friday January 30th. Help support Lackawanna Trail Boys and Girls basketball in the fight against cancer 
High School Library Fundraiser
This year, the Library is selling Earth Day Shirts to raise money for additional books and resources. The price of a shirt is $12, and they come in a variety of styles. Backpacks and reusable mugs are also available this year. Orders are due on February 13th to Mrs. Hopkins. See the order form below and the shirt detail listing for more information. Earth Day is April 22, 2015. 
Order Form
Shirt Details
 
"Frozen" Breakfast Fundraiser
The Lackawanna Trail Jr/Sr High School Drama Club is hosting a "Frozen" theme breakfast on Sunday, February 22nd at Gin's Tavern in Factoryville. Elsa, Anna and their friends will be on hand to meet and greet the kids and sing too! Due to the overwhelming response, reservations are required. 
7th Grade Roller Skating
The 7th grade class would like invite all 7th grade students to roller skate at Raqueteers Roller Skating Rink on Saturday, February 14th from 1-3pm.
Click here for additional information and permission slip.
2nd Annual Shamrock Shuffle 6K
Lackawanna Trail High School Class of 2017 invites you to the 2nd Annual Shamrock Shuffle 6K on Sunday, March 8th. Registration is $15 in advance, $20 the day of the race.
Click here for additional information.
Click here for Registration form.
Career Cruising
There are many resources available today to help students identify possible career choices. Lackawanna Trail School District uses a comprehensive career program called Career CruisingStudents in grades 6-12 use Career Cruising to learn more about themselves and to develop their Academic and Career Plan. Career Cruising offers the following assessments:
·         Ability Profiler
·         Career Matchmaker
·         Skills Inventory
·         Learning Styles Inventory
Please see your Guidance Counselor for additional information and sign in information. 
Click here for flyer. 
Sports Schedules
Lackawanna Trail Jr/Sr HS
Daily Activity Schedule - Week of 1/5/15-1/10/15                                                                                                                               
Schedule -1/19/15- UPDATED
Friends of Music Meeting Updates
Friends of Music announce changes to future meeting dates:
 
January meeting - Tuesday, Jan. 20th
February meeting - Tuesday, Feb. 17th
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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