ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIP
Contact email: LodiHSparentclub@gmail.com
The Lodi High School Parent Club works to enhance our students' high school experience. We accomplish this by working on projects that make the Lodi High community better. So far this year we were able to host & fund a teacher appreciation lunch, provide snacks for SSR intervention for the school year, donate to sober grad night for seniors, host senior awards night, breakfast for "Block L" awarded students, and sponsor scholarships for many deserving students!
Our programs are paid for through various fundraising activities such as E-waste collection, Back-to-School Night BBQ, "Walk of Flames" brick sales, and various food and party nights. We meet monthly in the Lodi High Library from 6:30-7:30 p.m. COVID-19 has altered our meeting times, but we are currently discussing how we could possibly meet as a team during the school year.
We are looking forward to another great year at Lodi High School. Join us and see how the Parent Club supports your students and the school throughout the year. Make a difference in your child's education! It takes a village to make sure our students are granted a rewarding and exciting high school experience!
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT OUR ORGANIZATION BY JOINING TODAY!
Membership is $15 annually or $100 for a lifetime membership for all of your students.
Return it with your check made out to "Lodi High School Parent Club"
"WALK OF FLAMES" BRICKS
The Walk of Flames allows you to forever be a part of Lodi High School, by commemorating your name, message, or business in a custom engraved brick. The brick will be permanently installed in the Walk of Flames, to be located in front of the main entrance of the Meehleis Gym! All for only a $50 donation! All proceeds to benefit the students of LHS!
This is a wonderful opportunity to memorialize and celebrate your piece of history at Lodi High!
Click Walk of Flames Bricks Order Form to become a Flames legend!
The School Site Council is a group of 4-5 each students, parents, and teachers, in addition to the principal. At each informal bi-monthly meeting, members initiate discussion of issues, successes, or concerns pertinent to their peer-group. The Council then discusses the issue and proposes solutions as necessary.
There is no other forum that includes all of the stakeholders and we hope more parents can join us. If you are interested, contact Mr. Krukis by clicking this link.