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What's Happening at LKMS

  • Virtual Students' Report Cards

    Virtual students' report cards may be picked up after 1pm today or anytime tomorrow. After tomorrow, these reports cards will be mailed.

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  • Virtual Students

    The first day for virtual students returning to on campus learning will be Wednesday, October 14, 2020.  Student should report straight to their virtual 1st period class to receive their new on campus learning schedules.

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  • Virtual Students

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  • Football Parent Meeting

    Parent meeting for Football is tonight at 6pm in the gym. Only 1 adult per football player should attend.

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  • Phase 3 - Return to School Notice

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  • Bus Information 9/23/2020

    Buses will be back to their normal routes as of 9/23/2020. 

    For Clarification: Students who live on Comeaux Dr., City Place, Linda St. and Sugar Streets will ride Bus 52.

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  • Phase 3 Announcement

    Thursday, September 10, 2020
    Phase 3 Announcement

    With the Governorโ€™s announcement that we are moving into Phase 3 of the stateโ€™s reopening plan,
    Lafourche Parish School District will begin transitioning students into a traditional school setting with all
    in-person students attending school every day beginning on Monday, September 28th. For the next two
    weeks, we will continue to implement our A/B schedule with in-person students attending on โ€œAโ€ days
    or โ€œBโ€ days to allow our staff to prepare our facilities and classrooms. Students who have chosen virtual
    learning will maintain their status, learning virtually through the Google classroom platform, and a
    virtual option will continue to be available for parents and students in Phase 3.

    In the next phase of reopening, we will continue to follow the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana
    Department of Education, and CDC guidelines, which require students to maintain social distancing and
    wear masks. Temperatures will continue to be taken each morning, and throughout the day, students
    and staff will practice frequent hand washing. Because we will be in Phase 3, buses will be able to
    transport students at 75% capacity, will continue to operate with windows down, and will be cleaned
    and disinfected after each route. As we are committed to the safety of our students and staff, we ask
    parents to monitor their children for signs of illness and keep them home, as needed.

    Parents who wish to move their children from virtual learning to in-person learning or from in-person
    learning to virtual learning will be able to make that adjustment at the close of the nine weeks,
    beginning on October 5th through 19th. If you wish to change your childโ€™s status to in-person or virtual
    learning, please contact your childโ€™s school. 

    We appreciate your continued patience as we move into the next phase of school reopening. As always,
    our first priority is to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff. We know that the past few
    months have been challenging for our community and look forward to welcoming all in-person students
    back to school beginning on September 28th. Please continue to monitor our website and Facebook
    page for the latest updates and announcements.

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  • Child Nutrition

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  • Bus

    Bus 91 is running late today, Tuesday, September 22.

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  • Dance Team Tryouts

    Please complete the following form if you are a virtual students wishing to try out for dance team. 

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Growing minds, building futures, developing positive relationships

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Louisiana School and Student Safety Act

The Lafourche Parish School Board is committed to providing a safe environment for the students and employees of its schools. The school board shall take immediate action to address any potential threats of violence or terrorism to students and employees as required by the Louisiana School and Student Safety Act. (La. Rev. Stat. Ann.ยง17:409-17:409.5)

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