LaSalle-Peru Township High School District 120

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(815) 223-1721
541 Chartres St.,
LaSalle, IL 61301

LPHS Cafeteria Menu

  • 9/30/2014

    Breakfast menu:  cinnamon glazed French toast with syrup or whole grain toast with cheddar cheese stick or whole grain cereal, and pears.
     
    Lunch menu:  diced chicken in gravy, mashed potatoes, peas & carrots, whole grain dinner roll with margarine cup, and pears.
  • 10/1/2014

    Breakfast menu:  scrambled eggs with whole grain toast or whole grain toast (2) or whole grain cereal, and mixed fruit.
     
    Lunch menu:  burrito with salsa, Spanish rice, corn, refried beans, and mixed fruit.
  • 10/2/2014

    Breakfast menu:  apple oatmeal bar with mozz. cheese stick or whole grain toast (2) or whole grain cereal, and warm apple slices.
     
    Lunch menu:  spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic toast, cole slaw, green beans, and applesauce.
  • 10/3/2014

    Breakfast menu:  fiesta egg & cheese on whole grain bun, or whole grain toast (2) or whole grain cereal, and peaches.
     
    Lunch menu:  chicken tenders, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, granola bar, and peaches.

Cavalier Headlines Fall 2014

LPHS Announcements

  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014

     

    Happy birthday to Cody Bland, Wiley Brager, Tea Lamboley, Jacob Murphy, ZomNyet Webster, and Savannah Williams.

     
    Senior clothing orders can be picked up during all lunch periods today.
     

    There will be a short meeting for people interested in scholastic bowl on Tuesday, September 30th before school starting at 7:45 or after school starting at 3:00 in room 139. Please contact Mr. Woods if you are interested and cannot make the meeting.

     

    There will be a Freshmen Board meeting Thursday, October 2, at 7:30 AM in Room 334.

     

    October is bullying prevention/awareness month. The Environmental Committee would like to invite all students and staff to wear a blue shirt on Monday, October 6 in honor of Worldwide Blue Shirt Day. Join us in raising awareness about bullying and putting a stop to it once and for all! Any blue shirt will do, however Bergner’s in Peru has blue “Stomp Out Bullying” shirts available for $12.

     

    In addition, students and staff can pledge to put a stop to bullying by signing a banner in the cafeteria on October 6 during lunch periods.  Anyone who signs will receive a blue ribbon to pin on their lanyard.

     

    Remember: Notice, Choose, Act and Be the Change!

     

     

    Attention L-P Book Club members:  The book club selection for October If I Stay  has arrived.  Pick up your copy in the media center.  The next meeting will be Thursday, October 16th in the media center conference room.

     

    There is a sophomore board meeting in room 304 at 7:40 this Thursday.  Please attend this meeting as we will be discussing t-shirts and sales for October.

     

    Attention Key Club Members: There will be a Key Club Meeting on Wednesday In Mr. Makeever’s room, room 143.  Be there, or be square!

     

    Any Juniors interested in taking the PSAT exam in October should be signed up in the Bookstore by the end of the day on September 30th.

     

     

     

    The following college representatives will be here:   Interested students can sign up in the Counseling office to meet with any of these representatives.

     

    College Name

    Date

    Period

    City

    Katie Deihl/ISAC

    9/30/2014

    11:00-2:00

    Oglesby

    University of Illinois

    10/1/2014

    2

    Urbana

    Illinois National Guard

    10/2/2014

    all lunches

     

    Quincy University

    10/6/2014

    1

    Quincy

    Katie Deihl/ISAC

    10/7/2014

    11:00-2:00

    Oglesby

    U.S. Army

    10/8/2014

    all lunches

     

    Monmouth College

    10/9/2014

    1

    Monmouth

    Millikin University

    10/9/2014

    2

    Decatur

    Univ. of Illinois

    10/9/2014

    6

    Chicago

    Katie Deihl/ISAC

    10/14/2014

    11:00-2:00

    Oglesby

    Illinois Wesleyan Univ.

    10/14/2014

    6

    Bloomington

    North Central College

    10/14/2014

    7

    Naperville

     

     

     

    To all students attending the Homecoming dance on Saturday, October 4, the following guidelines will be followed:

     

    • No junior high school student or person over the age of 20 will be admitted.
    • Picture ID cards are required in addition to the admission fee. All L-P students must have a current L-P ID. No student or guest will be admitted without a valid picture ID card.
    • Students will remain in the dance area until they are ready to leave and will not be readmitted if they leave.
    • The dance will begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m.  Students must arrive by 9:00 p.m. in order to be admitted to the dance.
    • 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, he/she must be in attendance on Friday, October 3rd by 10:00 a.m.
    • Students are discouraged from scheduling elective medical appointments on Friday because if a student is not in school for 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. Farrell.
    • 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 completed “Guest Request Form” on file in the dean’s office by Monday, September 29th.
     
     

     

     

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  • Monday, September 29, 2014

    Happy birthday to Morgan Burkardt, Sean Breidenbach, Jacob Garver, Jeremiah Klag, Kyle Quick, and Mr. Villarreal.

    Attention Cavaliers! Tonight is the Homecoming Variety Show. Come watch the "Talent under the Tent" as your fellow Cavaliers display their talents at our circus-themed event. Admission will be $3, and doors to the West Gym open at 7PM. The Junior Board looks forward to seeing you under the Big Top!

    Picture retake day is TODAY! The Lifetouch photographer will be on the auditorium stage from 7:30 until 3:00. Please try to arrive early to be photographed before school. You may also ask your study hall, P.E., health, or driver ed teacher for a pass to have your picture retaken. In order for your picture to be in the yearbook, you must be photographed by LifeTouch. There is no charge for the yearbook photo. If you wish to order a picture packet, order forms are available in the principal’s office. Orders and payment are to be given to the photographer on September 29th. Seniors who have made arrangements with a photographer to have a picture into the yearbook editor by the deadline date need not be photographed.

    Attention Debate Team: We will have our normal practice on Tuesday at 3pm. but Thursday we will meet immediately at 3pm. on the North side of the school to ride over to the start of the Homecoming Parade. Please bring a bag or two of candy to throw. Your coaches will bring everything else to decorate the truck. We will return to the same parking lot after we ride in the parade.

    Attention all students who drive to school and park in the LP student lots: there are 20 spots in the student’s stadium, tennis, and Dolan parking lots that have a gold star painted inside a parking spots. Only students who have been selected by earning a Gold Renaissance card are allowed to park in these spots. If you park in one of these designated spots and do not have an October gold star parking permit, disciplinary action will take place from a Saturday School to your car being towed. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Farrell.

    There will be a short meeting for people interested in scholastic bowl on Tuesday, September 30th before school starting at 7:45 or after school starting at 3:00 in room 139. Please contact Mr. Woods if you are interested and cannot make the meeting.

    The following clubs will not be meeting before school this week in order to fully celebrate Homecoming: yearbook, Impressions, and Computer Club.

    Attention LP Book Club members: The book club selection for October If I Stay has arrived. Pick up your copy in the media center. The next meeting will be Thursday, October 16th in the media center conference room.

    Congratulations to the new officers for the 2014-15 Green Team. They are President Juan Barajas, Vice President Ana Vargas, Treasurer Kaitlyn Anthony, Secretary Nick Becker, and Scrapbook Diana Alvarado, Tiffany Eutis, and Mariah Frausto. The Green Team meets every Tuesday at 3:00 in Rm. D11. Students are welcome to join at any time.

    There will be open gyms 3:10 to 4:10 Monday and Tuesday 3:10 to 4:10. Meet at the weight room. Any questions ask Coach Studzinki.

    Students, if you are looking for employment or internship opportunities, there is now a display case outside of the counseling office where these will be posted.

    Attention Key Club Members: There will be a Key Club Meeting on Wednesday In Mr. Makeever’s room, room 143. Be there, or be square!

    Attention seniors: Do you need help applying for colleges, scholarships, or financial aid? Or maybe you’re still deciding where to go to college or what to major in? If so, sign up in the counseling office to visit with Katie Deihl from ISAC. She will be here tomorrow from 11:00 to 2:00.

    There will be a Freshmen Board meeting Thursday, October 2, at 7:30 AM in Room 334.

    Any Juniors interested in taking the PSAT exam in October should be signed up in the Bookstore by the end of the day on September 30th.

    Congratulations to the 2014 intramural dodgeball championship team the turkey basters. It was comprised of Michael Vollmer, Joe Jozwiak, Erik Milaicki, Zach Kent, Luke Dresbach, Shawn Feagin, Ben Bejster, and Austin Dzyiernski. They dominated the entire competition. The best dressed team was a much closer competition. It ended in a tie between the 2 teams of senior girls. The FSU team of Karlee Starkey, Lesly Rocha, Abby Ruppert, Mackenzie May, Hailey Armstrong, Anna Konczak, Ellie Senica, and Taylor Naumann tied with the balls of fury team of Kristi Wallin, Kayla Howe, Teagan Pyszka, Whitney Lippert, Addison Lijewski, Tiara Golgin, and Elliot Lewis. Thanks to the over 150 students who came out to participate. Be listening to the announcements for the next fun and exciting intramural activity.

    Attention seniors: All available scholarships are listed on the LPHS website under “Academics” then “Counseling”. Please remember to check the counseling website often as scholarships are continuously being added. Scholarships are also posted outside of the counseling office. If you have any questions, please stop by today.

    Are you looking for volunteer hours? There’s a family health fair taking place on October 23rd from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at IVCH, and they’re looking for extra help. If so, call Deb from IVCH at 815-780-3202.

    There is a sophomore board meeting in room 304 at 7:40 this Thursday. Please attend this meeting as we will be discussing t-shirts and sales for October.

    October is bullying prevention/awareness month. The Environmental Committee would like to invite all students and staff to wear a blue shirt on Monday, October 6 in honor of Worldwide Blue Shirt Day. Join us in raising awareness about bullying and putting a stop to it once and for all! Any blue shirt will do, however Bergner’s in Peru has blue “Stomp Out Bullying” shirts available for $12.

    In addition, students and staff can pledge to put a stop to bullying by signing a banner in the cafeteria on October 6 during lunch periods. Anyone who signs will receive a blue ribbon to pin on their lanyard.

    Remember: Notice, Choose, Act and Be the Change!

    All STEP students need to turn in their September hours to Mrs. Schwingle.

    Do you like puppy chow? The Corner Café will be selling puppy chow this week. There will be original flavored puppy chow, cookies and cream puppy chow and cake batter puppy chow. Email Ms. Criss if you would like to place an order or come over to the Dolan Building to buy some. Bags of puppy chow will be $2.50 each. Come get some before it runs out!

    The following colleges will be here this month and next month. Interested students should sign up in the Counseling office to meet with any of these representatives.

     

    College Name

    Date

    Period

    City

    Katie Deihl/ISAC

    9/30/2014

    11:00-2:00

    Oglesby

    University of Illinois

    10/1/2014

    2

    Urbana

    Illinois National Guard

    10/2/2014

    all lunches

     

    Quincy University

    10/6/2014

    1

    Quincy

    Katie Deihl/ISAC

    10/7/2014

    11:00-2:00

    Oglesby

    U.S. Army

    10/8/2014

    all lunches

     

    Monmouth College

    10/9/2014

    1

    Monmouth

    Millikin University

    10/9/2014

    2

    Decatur

    Univ. of Illinois

    10/9/2014

    6

    Chicago

     

    To all students attending the Homecoming dance on Saturday, October 4, the following guidelines will be followed:

    • No junior high school student or person over the age of 20 will be admitted.
    • Picture ID cards are required in addition to the admission fee. All L-P students must have a current L-P ID. No student or guest will be admitted without a valid picture ID card.
    • Students will remain in the dance area until they are ready to leave and will not be readmitted if they leave.
    • The dance will begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. Students must arrive by 9:00 p.m. in order to be admitted to the dance.
    • 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, he/she must be in attendance on Friday, October 3rd by 10:00 a.m.
    • Students are discouraged from scheduling elective medical appointments on Friday because if a student is not in school for 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. Farrell.
    • 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 completed “Guest Request Form” on file in the dean’s office by Monday, September 29th.


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