LPS News & Events

LPS Videos

Tune in when the graduation starts to see the broadcast of 2023 LHS Graduation ceremony live.

Meet the members of the 2023 Frost Middle Honor Society.

Lawrence High School boys volleyball - played on 5-22-23.

Meet the Lawrence High Schools cadets in the JROTC program.

Lawrence High School boys volleyball vs CCHS - played on 5-15-23.

Meet the members of LHS girls and boys tennis teams.

Upcoming Events

6 Jun
Coffee Hour with Interim Superintendent Rodriguez
Date 6th of June 2023, Tuesday 05:30PM - 06:30PM
10 Jun
2023 June Mobile Market
10th of June 2023, Saturday 10:30AM - 11:30AM
17 Jun
Lawrence Citizenship Day
17th of June 2023, Saturday
19 Jun
Juneteenth Day - No School
19th of June 2023, Monday
24 Jun
Art Community Festival
24th of June 2023, Saturday 12:00PM - 05:00PM
11 Nov
Veteran's Day - No School
11th of November 2023, Saturday

Event Calendar

School counselors are members of the education leadership team and serve a vital role in maximizing student success. Through advocacy and collaboration, the school counselor promotes equity and access to opportunities and educational experiences that develop strategies for academic achievement, managing emotions and developing interpersonal skills, and making plans for career and college. To provide a safe and welcoming learning environment, school counselors support individual student academic planning and goal setting, deliver classroom lessons aligned with standards, provide short-term counseling and make referrals for long-term support for students, advocate for students at IEP, 504 and other student-focused meetings, and analyze data to identify student issues, needs and challenges. School counselors continuously collaborate with families, teachers, administrators and the community to address the needs of all students through prevention and intervention programs that are a part of a comprehensive school counseling program.

The Student Support and Stabilization Team was established to meet the need for students struggling with emotional and/or behavioral regulation, the district is adding several Student Support and Stabilization Teams (SSST).  These teams will be composed of specialized personnel that may include Social Workers, Psychologists, Counselors, and/or  BCBAs.  An SSA Team (pair) will be deployed to one or more schools as a resource for observing the student(s) in need, determining functions of behavior(s) including antecedents, performing functional behavior assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, and training school-based staff to implement, monitor, and assess the progress.  


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