Senior Information, Class of 2017
Senior dues of $45.00 must be paid to Mr. Freeman in B209 by Friday, March 29.
This covers the Senior Breakfast, Picnic, and the Graduation Ceremony.
Senior Picnic will be held in the new gym lobby this Thursday, March 30 at 4 PM. Herff Jones will deliver senior orders. Students will be able to make payment if there is an outstanding balance. All students must bring their student ID. Those without an ID and those who have not paid their dues will not be allowed admittance to the picnic.
Senior dues of $45.00 must be paid to Mr. Freeman in B209 by Friday, March 29. This covers the Senior Breakfast, Picnic, and the Graduation Ceremony.
Senior dues can also be paid online through the icon on our website as well.
Code of Conduct was also due on Friday, March 17 to Mr. Freeman in B209.
Senior Late Order Program. All graduation supplies ordered after Dec. 17, 2016 are filled on a first-come, first serve basis based on availability.
CAP & GOWN pricing increases for orders placed after this date also. The cap and gown price is $80.00. For orders placed in March, add $20.00; for orders placed in April, add $30.00 and for orders placed in May, add $40.00. The Late Flyer lists all detailed pricing and contact information. See the LSHS site on the Herff Jones high school website for the online ordering.
To keep informed about important details for the Class of 2017, see the Senior Page.
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