Lafayette High School
17050 Clayton Road, Wildwood, MO 63011
Phone (636) 733-4100
Fax (636) 733-8819
Principal Colleen Fields - Class of 2018
Apr 28
Renaissance Staff Person of the Month - May
Please join the Renaissance Student Steering Committee in congratulating...

Lauren Sakowski

as the staff person of the month for May.

According to Laura Champion, "She has been very encouraging of my art. Mrs. Sakowski pushes me out of my comfort zone and is flexible in letting me try new things. In addition, she decided to take on reading through my first draft of a novel I have been working on, giving me feedback and inspiration as I write despite being an art teacher and in no way being compensated or required to do so. I look forward to school because of her."

Way to go, Lauren. Going above and beyond? That's what she does.

 
Apr 27
Prom 2017
Prom 2017
Saturday, April 29
7:00 p.m.

This Saturday, we will welcome our Lancers to Lafayette's Prom 2017 being held at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, 100 Carondelet Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63105.  Rain is predicted for Saturday, so The Ritz's free covered parking will be perfect for a dry arrival.  Interstate Studios will be on-hand with their fun photo booth so your student can capture this moment with his/her friends!

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for check-in (please remind your student to bring his/her ticket and photo ID), and dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m.  We want to remind parents and students that students may NOT enter Prom after 8:30 p.m.  At 9:00 p.m., we will conduct The Coronation, crowning our Prom King and Queen, and our last dance will take place at 10:30 p.m.  

We are excited for an evening filled with dancing and awesome memories!

Apr 17
Prom Tickets and Senior Option Forms

Today begins lunch time sales for Prom tickets.  Please be sure to have your Google form filled out (https://docs.google.com/a/rsdmo.org/forms/d/1gwjLIghCxASefY8wSOCTPC9DFxCj3KBZI96Bu6vJDlM/edit?ts=580f7b6e#responses) and all fines and fees paid.  ​ ​Tickets will be on sale Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18, and on Thursday, April 20, at all lunch shifts.  Cash or checks are accepted.

If you are interested in Senior Option for next year, please stop by the Junior Office to pick up a form, or you can print one SENIORINCENTIVE1718.pdf here.  All forms are due to the Junior Office by the end of the school year.

​I wish everyone a strong ACT testing day.  Get plenty of rest and do your best!

Apr 12
ACT Day - Wednesday, April 19, 2017

We are one week away from the ACT Testing Day for all LHS Juniors!  In order to alleviate any of your concerns, please check the document attached for specific information to help you prepare for the day.  

ACT FLYER - Get Ready for Testing Day.pdf

​If you have any questions, please stop by the Junior Office for assistance.

Apr 12
#rememberinglawrence
The generosity of the Lafayette students, staff, and community continues to amaze me. Last Friday we raised $2,005.56 during our 2nd annual Cookies for a Cause fundraiser. What a way to honor the legacy of Lawrence Strawbridge and celebrate what would have been his 17th birthday.

Thank you to everyone who promoted and participated in our fundraiser. It was truly an outstanding day and the great character of Lafayette High School shined bright. It is our honor to donate this money to the Lawrence Strawbridge Foundation​ and support the many great things they are doing for kids. 

Thanks again for your help and support!!

-Matt Landwehr and the Cookie Stand Staff​

Apr 05
Prom 2017
Lafayette High School Prom 
Saturday, April 29, 2017 
7:00 p.m.  (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Ritz Carlton - 100 Carondelet Plaza - St. Louis, MO  63105

Important Information:
  • Everyone (or couple) will need to fill out a Google Form to order prom tickets.  (https://docs.google.com/a/rsdmo.org/forms/d/1gwjLIghCxASefY8wSOCTPC9DFxCj3KBZI96Bu6vJDlM/edit?ts=580f7b6e#responses)
  • Tickets are on sale in the Junior office until Friday, April 14.
  • Lunch-time ticket sale dates are Monday, April 17, Tuesday, April 18, and Thursday, April 20.
  • The last day Prom ticket orders will be accepted is Thursday, April 20. 
  • Before tickets can be purchased, all fines and fees for you and your guest must be paid in full. 
  • Parents may pay fines and fees by visiting the home page of the Lafayette High School web site, click on "Parent Pay Online" link (​​on right-hand side of page, and follow instructions.)
  • If you are unsure of your Renaissance standing, check your grade-level Principal's blog.
  • Guys, want to save some money on your tux rental?  Stop by my office to pick up a card that will save you $50.00 at Savvi!

Please join us for a wonderful night full of memories!
Apr 03
Renaissance Staff Person of the Month

Please join the Renaissance Student Steering Committee in congratulating...

Stephanie Mullins 
as our Staff ​Person of the Month.  

Christie Leslie says of Mrs. Mullins, "Throughout my years at Lafayette, Mrs. Mullins has been one of the most helpful and supportive adults in my life. Whether I need a question answered or a recommendation, I can always count in her to aide me in whatever way needed. When I accomplish my goals, it is not unusual for me to receive a note from Mrs. Mullins telling me she is proud of me. Without her constant support, I do not believe I could have been nearly as successful."

Well-deserved, Mrs. Mullins, for the difference you make for kids. Way to go!

 
Mar 31
Prop T - Vote on April 4

Remember to vote on Election Day, April 4!

In just four days, Rockwood voters will consider Proposition T to address enrollment issues and continued support for STEM and innovative learning.

The bond issue will not raise the current Rockwood tax rate. A four-sevenths (57.14 percent) majority is necessary for passage.

Watch Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost's video to learn what Prop T would fund in the Rockwood School District. Read his message to the Rockwood community about the bond funding to address increasing enrollment, class sizes, one-to-one technology and our ongoing efforts to increase STEM and innovation at all levels of teaching and learning.

Also, check to see if your school or building will be used as a polling site, and review campaign regulations.


Mar 30
ACT - Wednesday, April 19, 2017

ACT for Juniors Attending Rockwood High Schools

To assist our students as they prepare for college and careers, Rockwood is offering the opportunity for all Rockwood high school juniors to take the ACT college entrance exam during a school day at no cost to families.

When: 
The ACT will be administered to all juniors on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.

Where: 
Juniors will take the ACT at their respective high schools.

Do juniors need to sign up? All Rockwood juniors will register for the ACT in their high schools prior to the April 19 testing date. 

What is on the ACT? 
The ACT is made up of four curriculum-based, multiple-choice tests:
   English - 75 items, 45 minutes
   Mathematics - 60 items, 60 minutes
   Reading Test - 40 items, 35 minutes
   Science Test - 40 items, 35 minutes
   Writing Test - 40 minutes

How do I prepare? 
It may help to become familiar with the ACT test.  You can find information, take a free practice test, and learn some test-taking tips on this Web site:  Preparing for the ACT 

What happens to my ACT results? 
Discuss your scores with your counselor and use them in planning your senior year. Your score will be reportable to all colleges and universities in the United States.  The NCAA also accepts your score for initial eligibility.

​​​Check out these resources for parents and students:

   ACT for students >> 
   ACT for parents >>

   Get Set for College >>

Mar 27
College Planning Night - Monday, April 10, 2017
COLLEGE PLANNING
April 10th
6:30-7:30 pm
LHS Theater 

With more than 4,000 colleges in the country, how does your child choose the right one or what can they do in high school to be prepared?

Join the discussion about what colleges are looking for, how your student can get in and how to pay for it.  We'll also discuss the ACT/SAT, essays, choosing a major and more!

Plus, we'll share the one thing that your child should focus on to guarantee success in college and beyond and the secrets that colleges don't want you to know. 
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