6/1/22 Panther Announcements
Seniors: Please plan to attend the Graduation Rehearsal on June 8 at 9:30 am in the Gym. Rehearsal is mandatory. Arrive promptly at 9:30 am for the Panoramic Photo. Followed by rehearsal. (6/1/22)
Seniors: Turn in your iPads before you leave school this week as well as the cord and charger. Return all books you are finished with. (6/1/22)
Juniors: Class of 2023 T-Shirt: All junior students, who ordered a Class of 2023 shirt, can be picked up during lunch at the School Store (The Den) Friday, June 3. Traditionally the junior class wears them on the last day of school. There are only a couple of extra shirts available for purchase in sizes S-XL for $20. (6/1/22)
All: We are excited to open registration for the Annual Lakeville North Golf Association Red Solo Cup, hosted at Brackett's Crossing Country Club on June 27th, to support Lakeville North Girls and Boys golf teams. All golfers are welcomed!! Register at Red Solo Cup Registration
Seniors: Your senior posters will be taken down and ready for you to pick up in the commons after lunch on June 3 - be sure to stop by before you leave to pick up your poster we have SO enjoyed seeing! (added 5/31/22)
All: Lost and found will be cleared out the day after school is done so make a point of checking the cart by the student entrance doors now to see if any items are yours. (added 5/31/22)
All: Congratulations to Anthony Scheglowski for qualifying for the Boys State Tennis Tournament with his 2nd place section finish in singles! The state singles tennis tournament will begin on June 9 at Baseline Tennis Center. Good luck Anthony!! (added 5/31/22)
All: Congratulations to our Blazing Cats Softball Team on their qualification to the State Tournament! They will play their first game on Friday, June 3 at 8:00pm at Chanhassen High School! Go Cats!! (added 5/31/22)
All/Parents: As stated in the district communication, Lakeville Area Public Schools is excited to provide summer use of iPads this year. Students currently in grades 9-11 are encouraged to keep their school iPad for the summer. This will empower students to continue learning on their own or during summer learning programs by having access to high-quality digital resources including curriculum-specific tools and eBooks. Please remember that the expectations outlined in the iPad Family Handbook still apply during the summer.
If you prefer to turn the iPad in over the summer, please complete this form by June 5th and watch for collection information via email.
If your student is not attending Lakeville Area Schools next year, please turn in your iPad, charging block, and charging cable to the Media Center. (added 5/26/22)
Parents: Annual Household Check-in for the 2022-23 School Year
Each year, Lakeville Area Schools asks families to complete an online annual household check-in in order to review, confirm and update their household and student information for back-to-school. This check-in will open for the 2022-23 school year on May 23, and close on Sept. 2, 2022.
Families will be asked to verify contact information, communication preferences, and student health information. Families will also be asked to review and agree to the Acceptable Use Policy for student devices, and the iPad loan agreement.
Please verify your child(ren)’s information through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Below are the steps to complete the Annual Household Check-In process:
Step 1: Log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal account - Please review the information below if you have questions about how to sign in to the Parent Portal.
Step 2: Select “More” from the menu along the left side of the screen
Step 3: Select “Registration and Check-In”
Step 4: Select “Next School Year (2022-2023) Annual Household Check-in“ and follow the instructions.
Click here to view the Help Guide for the Annual Household Check-In
Important information to know before you get started:
- Only one parent/guardian per household will need to complete the Annual Household Check-In process.
- The Annual Household Check-In link is only active for one household per child. If your child has more than one household, the link will be active for the parent/guardian that lives in the household that is currently indicated as the child’s primary household.
We appreciate your support in updating this critical information so that we can best serve you and your students.
*If you need language help to understand this document, call 952-232-3076 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors: If you had Ms. Baese, Mr. Haddorff, Mr. Pothen, or Ms. McCormick for freshman English, please stop by their rooms to pick up your freshman letter, if you wrote one. Thank you!
Ms. Baese: S120
Mr. Haddorff: S311
Mr. Pothen: S110
Ms. McCormick: S102