LaSalle-Peru Township High School District 120

Contact LP:

(815) 223-1721
541 Chartres St.
LaSalle, IL 61301
 
LPHS Sports Complex
2980 Chartres St.
LaSalle, IL 61301
 
Report Bullying Button  

LPHS Cafeteria Menu

  • 5/4/2015

    Breakfast menu: pancakes with syrup, whole grain toast, whole grain cereal, and peaches.

    Lunch menu: chicken fajita meat on whole grain, corn, Spanish rice, and peaches.

  • 5/5/2015

    Breakfast menu: scramble-bacon pizza, whole grain cereal, whole grain toast, and applesauce.

    Lunch menu: salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, whole grain dinner roll with marg. cup, and applesauce.

  • 5/6/2015

    Breakfast menu: egg and cheese sandwich or strawberry bagel, whole grain toast, and mixed fruit.

    Lunch menu: BBQ on whole grain bun, mixed vegetables, and mixed fruit.

  • 5/7/2015

    Breakfast menu: sunrise sausage stick, cottage cheese, whole grain cereal, and pineapple.

    Lunch menu: rotini with meat sauce, garlic bread, romaine salad, and pineapple.

  • 5/8/2015

    Breakfast menu: scrambled eggs, whole grain toast, whole grain cereal, and strawberries or blueberries.

    Lunch menu: fish, broccoli, pretzels, and strawberries or blueberries.

Cavalier Headlines Spring 2015

LPHS Announcements

  • Monday, May 4, 2015

    Happy birthday to Keith Camenisch, Corbin Staab, Cailey Taylor, Elijah White, Jacob Grode, Maria Lamboley, Iga Nalazek, Caprecio Patterson, Trenton Schultheis, and Mrs. Anderson in the cafeteria.

    Congratulations to Thursday’s winners of perfect attendance donuts: Mrs. Depenbrock’s 1st hour Anatomy and Mrs. Anderson’s 1st hour Study Hall.


    The AP Psychology exam will be in the Cavalier Community Room (room 102) at noon. All students taking the exam will need to eat 5a lunch today. NO CELL PHONES ARE ALLOWED IN THE TESTING ROOM.

    As many of you know, last Friday was the 2015 NIB 12 Literary Festival in DeKalb. LP had 17 students who submitted various pieces of their work for competition in categories ranging from critical essay to poetry. Several students submitted pieces to more than one category. Of the 300 entries submitted overall, LP students received the following awards:

    In Critical Essay:
    1. Shana Puetz – Critic’s Choice, 2nd place, and Honorable Mention
    2. Brett Kowalczyk – 1st place and 2nd place
    3. Brian Kelsey – 2nd place

    In Short Fiction:
    1. Brian Kelsey – 2nd place
    2. Jessica Kurkowski – Honorable Mention

    In Dramatic Scene:
    1. Isabella Brooker – 2nd place

    In Descriptive Sketch:
    1. Jessica Kurkowski – Honorable Mention

    In Personal Narrative:
    1. Abby Steinberg – 1st place

     In Poetry:
    1. Abby Steinberg – 1st place, 2nd place, and Honorable Mention
    2. Samantha Glassman – 2nd place, 2 Honorable Mentions
    3. Bryanna Hoskins – 2nd place
    4. Jessica Kurkowski – 2nd place
    5. Abby Steinberg – 2nd place, and Honorable Mention
    6. Casey Brewer – Honorable Mention
    7. McKayla Urbanowski – Honorable Mention

    If you encounter any of these student authors, please acknowledge their accomplishments. Also, thank you for any time you've assigned, graded, proofread, or encouraged quality writing in your classes. It has truly paid off!

    The final choir concert of the year is tomorrow at 7:00pm in the auditorium. This concert will feature numerous soloists and will highlight the seniors. You won’t want to miss this night of amazing talent! The doors open at 6:30pm and admission is free. Please come and support your singing Cavaliers as we end the year with one more night of music. Hope to see you there!

    Bum-bu-da-dum! Attention all students: The yearbook has arrived! Make sure to check out the 3rd floor display case for a sneak peek into the book! If you have not ordered your yearbook, there is still time! See Samantha Glassman in room 328 during 5th hour. There are a limited amount of yearbooks left! Yearbooks are $75.00.

    Reminder to Fellowship of Christian Athletes to see Mrs. Adams in room 124 to pick up and turn in permission slips for the stadium stay by Friday morning May 8th.

    There will be a Key Club meeting this Wednesday in room 143 at 7:40. At this meeting, nominations and elections for next year’s key club leaders will happen! Please come.

    Congratulations to Homie’s homeboys for winning the 3 on 3 basketball tournament. Noah Rimes and Christian Soderholm followed the lead of Mitch Olsen to the championship. The Gus Bus team of Grant Goskusky, John Pohar, and Jack Derango put up a valiant effort in the championship game but couldn’t overcome the Olsen led homeboys. The Broke Ballers finished third behind strong performances from Aaron Pelican and Tyler Towne. Isiah Tubbs was the third member of the team.

    All STEP students need to turn in their April work hours into Mrs. Schwingle.

    There will be an art club meeting from 3-4 in room 212 on Thursday, May 8 for those members that made a clay piece at the last meeting.

    Attention Sewing Club members: we will be meeting after school on Thursday in room 302 until 4:00, so bring your projects to work on. And new members are always welcome. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Whisker in room 301.
    This is a reminder to students to be checking out the job board outside of the counseling office or on our website for the most up-to-date information.

    Attention all Prom attendees. Please submit any Prom photos to yearbook@lphs.net.



     

    Comments (-1)
  • Friday, May 1, 2015

    Happy birthday to Hannah Burks, Hunter Plackett, Jesse Sampson, Joel Simmons, Garrett Weikel, Juan Zandate, Ryan Taylor, and James Wise.

    Attention Science Club- our next meeting will be today after school. Don't forget we are presenting our projects! See you there.

    Attention all students: if you have not ordered your Yearbook yet, please see Samantha Glassman in room 328 during 5th hour. Yearbooks are $75.00.

    To all students attending the prom on Saturday, May 2, the following guidelines will be followed:
    • ID cards are required in addition to the admission fee. No student or guest will be admitted without a valid ID card.
    • Students will remain in the dance area until they are ready to leave and will not be readmitted if they leave.
    • Students should be at LP at 5:00 if they are participating in the promenade that starts at 5:30. Dinner and dance will be held at Senica’s Oak Ridge Golf Club. The dinner will begin at 7:30 p.m. followed by the dance at 8:15 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Students must arrive by 7:15 p.m. in order to be admitted to the dance and must remain until 12:00 p.m.
    • All school rules are in effect during dances including the prohibition of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
    • In order for a student to attend the dance, they must be in attendance on Friday, May 1, by 10:00 a.m.
    • Students are discouraged from scheduling elective medical appointments on Friday because if a student is not in school for all four periods, he/she will not be admitted.
    • The principal may make exceptions, but this will only be done in rare cases where extenuating circumstances are evident.
    • Students on social probation will not be allowed to attend. If you have any questions regarding your status, see Mr. Sash.
    • The LP administration has the right not to admit any student who is not in good standing. LP administration has the right and responsibility to exclude any student or guest from attending a dance if it believes that this individual poses a safety risk or is disruptive to the educational environment.
    • All students bringing a non L-P guest to the dance must have had a “Guest Request Form” completed at the time their ticket was purchased.



     

    Comments (-1)


  • Thursday, April 30, 2015

    Happy birthday to Kiley Booker, Anthony Hancock, Tyler Lane, and William Summers.

    Attention all students attending prom: On Thursday, April 30th, all students attending prom are required to attend a meeting with Mrs. Nelson before school at 7:45 a.m. in the auditorium.


    Attention all LEAD members: We will be meeting today at 7:30 in room 211. We need to finalize plans for Respect Week. Please see Mrs. Salazar if you cannot attend the meeting!!

    IVCH is sponsoring a hospital softball tournament on Saturday, May 2nd at Veteran’s Park. They are looking for 3 or 4 volunteer umpires. The first game is at 9:00 a.m., and will not run any longer than 3:00. You will be able to eat free all day as well. Contact Jackie Barr at 815-780-3387 if interested.

    This is a reminder to students to be checking out the job board outside of the counseling office or on our website for the most up-to-date information.

    Attention Sewing Club members: we will be meeting after school today in room 302 until 4:00, so bring your projects to work on. And new members are always welcome. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Whisker in room 301.

    Attention all students: if you have not ordered your Yearbook yet, please see Samantha Glassman in room 328 during 5th hour. Yearbooks are $75.00.

    Attention Science Club- our next meeting will be on Friday, May 1st. Don't forget we are presenting our projects! See you there.

    To all students attending the prom on Saturday, May 2, the following guidelines will be followed:
    • ID cards are required in addition to the admission fee. No student or guest will be admitted without a valid ID card.
    • Students will remain in the dance area until they are ready to leave and will not be readmitted if they leave.
    • Students should be at LP at 5:00 if they are participating in the promenade that starts at 5:30. Dinner and dance will be held at Senica’s Oak Ridge Golf Club. The dinner will begin at 7:30 p.m. followed by the dance at 8:15 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Students must arrive by 7:15 p.m. in order to be admitted to the dance and must remain until 12:00 p.m.
    • All school rules are in effect during dances including the prohibition of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
    • In order for a student to attend the dance, they must be in attendance on Friday, May 1, by 10:00 a.m.
    • Students are discouraged from scheduling elective medical appointments on Friday because if a student is not in school for all four periods, he/she will not be admitted.
    • The principal may make exceptions, but this will only be done in rare cases where extenuating circumstances are evident.
    • Students on social probation will not be allowed to attend. If you have any questions regarding your status, see Mr. Sash.
    • The LP administration has the right not to admit any student who is not in good standing. LP administration has the right and responsibility to exclude any student or guest from attending a dance if it believes that this individual poses a safety risk or is disruptive to the educational environment.
    • All students bringing a non L-P guest to the dance must have had a “Guest Request Form” completed at the time their ticket was purchased.


     
    Comments (-1)
  • more

We Support Vision 20/20