Mr. Eric Wetzel, Assistant Principal
Senior Information 6/13/21
Dear Class of 2021 Families,
It’s the final countdown to graduation! It is so hard to believe that this chapter in your lives is concluding but I am excited for all the new opportunities that your future holds. This class holds a special place in the hearts of so many. You have truly left an impact on so many. As we close out these final days, I would like to remind you of scheduled events this last week.
Monday: National Honor Society Induction- 6:30 pm for those who became members last year; 7:30 for those students being inducted this year. (Letters
were mailed to those being inducted.)
Tuesday: Senior Awards- 10:00 am (Parents and guardians of award recipients were contacted); Senior Lunch on the Lawn -11:45 am; Senior Walk – 12:45 pm
Thursday: Senior Breakfast- 9 am Country Cupboard; Graduation Rehearsal- 10:30 am Sojka Pavilion at Bucknell; Graduation 7 pm at Sojka Pavilion. (Graduates, please arrive between 6:15 and 6:30.)
Thank you to those of you who contacted us regarding extenuating circumstances affecting participation in the events. It is greatly appreciated.
If laptops (including case and charger) and textbooks have not been turned in, please drop them off this week at the front office.
If graduation tickets have not been picked up, please make arrangements to do so by Wednesday or call if there is a conflict. No guests will be permitted without a ticket. Please remember that we are required to be masked and socially-distanced as per Bucknell’s health and safety guidelines.
Because of the limited commencement capacity of two guests per student, we will also be broadcasting live on YouTube at https://youtu.be/8-OPe8DI0II
We will send reminders and publicize the link on our social media sites, as well.
We are looking forward to celebrating the Class of 2021. Thank you to all for making this year a success in spite of all the challenges. It is greatly appreciated!
Green and White Forever,
Paula J. Reber
Lewisburg Area High School Principal
Class of 2022 Senior Planning Recording is available here
Return course selection sheet to advisor/HR teacher by May 21st.
PowerSchool Schedule Portal closes May 28th.
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Please read the August 17th letter that was sent out regarding our bell schedule and other information here.
Please click on the Safety Sheets link to view our quick health and safety reference sheets. Our full plan is available on the main website.
Students who are planning on driving must complete the Student Parking form in order to park on-site. There is no fee this year but all students who drive are required to have a parking permit and have their vehicles registered. Please fill out the application below. Students may park in the front or back lot on the first day. They will be given their parking permits in school during their advisory must park in their assigned spaces moving forward. The application stays open all year to accommodate students who get their licenses during the year. https://tinyurl.com/LAHSParking2020-21
Please click on the help desk for any difficulties you are having.
Ninth graders and new students will receive their laptops on September 9th.
Counselors will be scheduling a time for E-school students to pick up their laptops.
Lewisburg Area High School
Lewisburg Area High School has approximately 630 students and 44 professional staff members, serving grades 9 through 12. The academic program offers an impressive array of courses including eighteen AP classes and several electives. Lewisburg Area High School has a history of academic excellence, with SAT rankings placing them in the top 50 high schools in the state for the 12th year in a row. In December 2017, a new state-of-the-art high school was opened on Newman Road, providing students access to even more opportunities and the best possible learning environment to prepare them for the future.
Music programs include band, choir, and orchestra with several ensemble groups. A fall play and spring musical are annual highlights. The school offers 23 interscholastic sports and several clubs and organizations. The Green Dragon tradition inspires excellence in the classroom and in extracurricular activities. Technical education is offered at SUN Area Technology Institute, which is regarded as one of the state’s best career centers. Our students have high expectations to excel with approximately 90% matriculating to higher education.