Bob Lofsted, Principal
Angela LeStrange, Vice Principal
Jackie Heinrich, Asst. Principal
Adam Auerbach, Asst. Principal
Main No. (209)331-7695
Main Fax#: (209)331-7779
Counseling Fax#: (209)331-7686
Lodi High is now on Twitter! Follow us for the latest news on events, sports, academics, etc. You can find us @LodiHigh
The 2013-14 Flame Fanatic Shirts can be purchased for $5, in the Athletic Office.
Rick's Pizza, Thurs., May 15 (Flyer required. Pick up in North Admin. office)
Thank you for your support!
Lodi High’s first Open Mic Night will be held on Friday, April 25, from 6-8 p.m., in the Cafeteria Annex. Sing a song, play an instrument, perform a skit or clean comedy, or just come to watch! Admission is $3 at the door, open to all ages. There will be drinks available to purchase and FREE popcorn for all.
The Get Schooled College Challenge is on! This competition is all about getting ready for-and getting into-college. Think you have what it takes? Win prizes by doing these things on www.getschooled.com: Complete your college applications, visit a college, share pictures, plan how to pay for college with their tools. Prizes include movie passes, gift cards, and more. Regional winners earn $5,000 for their school and a DJ dance party. The Grand Prize winner earns a celebrity principal for the day!
Useful, Informative Videos for Parents and Students
Life & Times of Lodi High School
prom bid sales-price going up
Juniors and Seniors - Prom is Saturday, May 10. Bids will be sold every Tuesday and Thursday, during April, for $65. THE LAST DAY TO GET BIDS AT THIS PRICE IS April 29 (Thurs/4/24 & Tues 4/29). The Price goes up to $75 on May 1. However, To be eligible to attend prom, you must have all fees paid and overdue books turned in. Don’t wait; check now to see if you owe money!
Prom flower bar
The Floral Design Class will be making corsages and boutonnieres to fulfill all of your Prom needs at our first Prom Flower Bar. Boutonnières start at $10 and Corsages start at $20. Flowers will be sold after school on Thursday and Friday, in Ag Room 2, until 3 p.m. Order forms, flowers, ribbon and many other choices will be available at this time to make all of your prom flower needs possible and at reasonable prices. You can turn in your completed order forms to Ag Room 2 that day or before school, during lunch and after school until the April 30 deadline. Support your school and purchase your prom flowers from us!
last chance to get a yearbook!
Only 224 yearbooks are left to order. Get yours now before it sells out. Order the book with payment and order form in the North Administration office or in room 3C. Online yearbooks orders are no longer available. During distribution in mid-May the book will go up to $90. Only cash or money orders will be accepted after May 9.
Seniors – Stop by the Career Center to add your name and college choice to the “Class of 2014 – where are you headed?” display. All seniors are invited to participate and include their college or career training program.
Seniors – If you are planning a career in the automotive industry or another career-technical field, please stop by the Career Center today. Scholarships of up to $500 each will be awarded to local seniors who will enter this type of program after graduation.
News from Delta College Outreach and Admissions:
Seniors - Applications for Los Rios Community Colleges (Cosumnes, Sac City, American River and Folsom Lake) are now open! Apply early and complete the "Steps to Success" that are listed at www.losrios.edu
Need help planning for life beyond high school? Go to bigfuture.org to use College Board's free online program.
Selective Service – The law says that all 18-year-old men must register with the Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. They also accept early submission of registration information by 17-year-old men at age 17 years and 3 months. They will be automatically registered when they turn 18. Register on-line at www.sss.gov or pick up a Selective Service registration card at any post office. You risk your eligibility for future college student loans and grants, job training, state and federal jobs, and U.S. citizenship for immigrants if you do not register with the Selective Service.
Senior Class T-Shirts can be purchased for $11, in room 42.
got plans this summer?
Got plans this summer? Participation in a summer program, whether it be related to your future career or a leadership opportunity, may enhance your college and scholarship applications.
College & Career Center
College Spirit Day is every Wednesday. Students and staff are encouraged to participate by wearing a shirt from any college or branch of the military.
Stop by the Career Center for more information or to sign up for any of the events listed below.
May 9 is the registration deadline for the June 7 SAT College Entrance Exam. Register online at www.sat.org/register . Fee waivers are available in the Career Center for juniors who are enrolled in the free or reduced lunch program or AVID. Sophomores may use a waiver for SAT Subject Exams. Waivers must be requested at least one day in advance.
May 9 is the registration deadline for the June 14 ACT Exam. Register online at www.actstudent.org .Fee waivers are available in the Career Center for juniors who are enrolled in the free or reduced lunch program or AVID. Waivers must be requested at least one day in advance.
FREE SAT prep
Exciting news: Khan Academy is partnering with the College Board so that all students who want to go to college can prepare for the SAT at their own pace, at no cost.
The College Board just announced that they’re redesigning the SAT for 2016, and we’re partnering with them to make free, world-class prep materials. Know anyone preparing for the SAT? Let them know:
If you are taking the SAT in 2014/15, you can start practicing today with hundreds of previously unreleased Math, Reading, and Writing questions from real SATs and more than 200 videos that show step-by-step solutions to each question:
By spring 2015, students will have access to state-of-the-art, interactive learning tools that offer deep practice and help to diagnose students’ learning gaps. All of this will be created through a close collaboration with the College Board specifically for the redesigned SAT. Stay tuned.
home access center
The Home Access Center (HAC) provides access to your child’s attendance and grades. The Username and Password are available at your child’s school. Once you have launched your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari) navigate to the Lodi Unified School District web page by typing in the following address: www.lodiusd.net
On the LUSD homepage, on the left side of the page, under Resource Links in the Parents section, click on the words Home Access Center. This will take you to the login page for the HAC. Once you have done this, it is recommended that you save this under your Favorites. You can also click on this link https://parents.lodiusd.net/homeaccess/
If you are interested in joining the Lodi High School Parent Club (LHSPC), please contact us at 209-331-7761 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lodi High School is always looking for parent volunteers who are willing to assist with volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in supporting Lodi High School by volunteering your time, please contact the Counseling Office at (209) 331-7695. Thank you for your support of Lodi High School!
Support Lodi High School and buy an LHS bracelet. Three different options to choose from. They are $3 each or two for $5. See Ms. Yanez, in the North Administration Office, to purchase one. LHS Parent Club is also selling bricks. These make great memento gifts for current students or alumni. Order forms can be printed below or picked up in either office at Lodi High School. If you are interested in purchasing a brick or volunteering, please call 331-7761 or email at email@example.com for more information.
Cover page of website updated by Dyan Yanez
Best High School Award!
Common Core State Standards Test
As the Common Core State Standards field test is quickly approaching, LHS wanted to make you aware of some new resources available to parents. You will find several new links on the www.lodiusd.net public page found under Common Core/Smarter Balanced Assessment on the left side of the home page.
The first page in this section has several informative videos for parents with students of all ages. Along with the videos, there is a direct link to the training test so students can practice at home. You will also find a section on useful links such as the Parent Teacher Association (PTA), which has a substantial section devoted to CCSS.
The web site will continue to be updated as we move toward CCSS.
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Lodi High’s Ag dept. is partnering with the Food Service dept. to bring a new program called Farm to School. This will bring Farm Fresh vegetables to the school cafeteria! At a later date, this will also open up opportunities for clubs to have fundraisers offering Farm fresh vegetables.
Lodi High’s choir will perform their Spring Concert on Monday, April 28 , at 7 p.m., in the McNair Theatre. The concert will highlight songs from musicals and popular music from today. Admission is $5 for Adults, $3 for Students and 10 and u... Continue
Spring Blood Drive
Sign up for our Spring Blood Drive! It will be held on Tuesday, April 29. All participating students need a permission/registration slip. They are available on the counter, in the North Administration Office, or from any Student Government member.... Continue
Student Artwork Display
Stop by and see Lodi High student artwork at the Lodi Community Art Center (110 West Pine St., Lodi) and at McKinleys Frame Shop (11 West Pine Street, Lodi). The artwork and ceramics will be on display for the month of April. The ... Continue
Common Planning Day
Lodi High School has implemented All Star Friday. This schedule will take place on the following date: April 25.
Free Tutorial Club
Tutorial Club is available to all students Monday through Friday, first lunch in Room 106 and second lunch in Room 109 and on Tuesdays and Thursdays, after school, in Room 7A. We have tutors ready to help in all subjects and across all levels.