NOTE: You will only be able to access I-TIME documents with a current LPSD email (email@example.com).
Please click here if you require assistance setting your mobile device to access the documents.
3 Step Registration Process:
Step 1: Decide where you would like to go for the day. (Have a backup session is case your first choice is full.)
I-TIME Session Selections: March 19 - 23rd and March 26-29th
Upcoming week choices will be posted each Thursday morning.
Step 2: When the bell goes for I-TIME, go quickly to the room of your choice so you are able to make the "cut off" count.
Step 3: Use your mobile device to read the QR Code to sign in for attendance once you are in your session.
*Do not worry if you do not have a mobile device, inform the teacher so they will manually enter your attendance.
QUIET AREA ADVICE:
Attend a session of a teacher you have this semester, or have prior permission to join, if you require a quiet area.
The Upstairs Commons area and the Cafeteria area are not considered support for I-TIME and attendance will not be taken.
LCHS Code of Conduct: Attendance and Dress Code
Click here for a refresher.
Grade 9 Parent Information Presentation
Parent Evening Information - Scholarships and Applying
Click here to view the Power Point presentation from the Parent Evening regarding Scholarships and Applying.
Pecha Kucha 2.5
PECHA KUCHA 2.5
Pecha Kucha means ‘chit-chat’, and describes a presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total). The format, which keeps presentations concise and fast-paced, powers multiple-speaker Pecha Kucha events.
Simply, Pecha Kucha is the art of concise story telling. The Lloydminster Young Professionals have organized two very successful Pecha Kucha events and last year the 1.5 version of PK for Youth-only was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING.
This Pecha Kucha event is jointly hosted by both by Holy Rosary High School , Lloydminster Comprehensive High School, and the Lloydminster Youth Council. The theme for Pecha Kucha 2.5 will carry the same theme as Pecha Kucha 2, ‘LIGHT’. What does light mean to you? Your story can be quirky, hilarious, heart-wrenching, inspirational, simple or even abstract—be sure you connect with the theme of ‘light’.
Pecha Kucha 2.5 is scheduled for May 9, 2018 at the Vic Juba Community Theatre. Before submitting your application to present, make sure you familiarize yourself with the Pecha Kucha presentation guidelines posted in the online application, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Ms. Oldershaw in room 1702 for more information.
DEADLINE FOR STUDENT APPLICATIONS IS FEBRUARY 23.
Click here to view highlights from last year's Pecha Kucha
LCHS Suggested APPS
Students will prepare to learn by downloading apps and creating bookmarks.
The resources include a slide show and an instructional sheet to guide the installation of the tools that will lead students to success.
Get your jump start to the year and install your tools today!!!
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