Principal Notes: Redesigning the school day
As we enter the second stage of change on this Ridge, we are realizing without changing the structure and time of the school day, we will not be designing this school for higher achievement. For those of us at LWHS who are crafting the environment that will enable students to flourish, this change is the next step–the next logical change that will change lives. After three years of reviewing the research, visiting schools, and discussions, we have decide to move […]
- Donna Dunson
LWCS Board Meeting Updates
The Board of Trustees is a group of unpaid volunteers who meet monthly to chart the direction of the Lake Wales Charter Schools. Meetings are open to the public.
The next Board of Trustees Work Session will be 3:30 p.m. Monday, June 21, followed by the regular Board Meeting at 5 p.m. (or immediately following the work session). Both meetings will take place at Bok Tower Gardens, where the Board of Trustees also will hold its annual planning retreat from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. To attend any of these meetings, please contact Sue Medders at 679-6560 x226.
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- LWHS Cell Phone Policy
The policy at LWHS is no phone usage from the arrival bell to the dismissal bell in each class, including Morning Meeting or any assembly. Cell Phone Controls
- Lunch Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SCHOOL LUNCH
- 2014 – 2015 Dress Code
2014-2015 Dress Code
- Keystone Design Project
The homepage for the Keystone Design Project
- EOC Study Material
A list of links that will help prepare your student for the EOC.
- Red Sox visit the Highlanders
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- Letter to Community
Letter to Community
” Creating a vibrant internationally minded community where students are encouraged to seek a life of inquiry, reflection, and merit.” MissionStatement2011
What our donors say...
“The time is right to maximize this opportunity by equipping the teachers and students with the latest and best technology. I’m optimistic that this gift will allow everyone — administrators, teachers and students — to realize their full potential.” – Anonymous donor, after giving $1 million to Lake Wales High School, March 2011