Below is a narrated presentation to guide you through the course selection options available at LOLHS for the 2022-2023 school year for freshmen. Please reach out to Mrs. Pinsky, LOLHS School Counselor for the Class of 2026 for any questions.
Senior class presentations included information on graduation, initial credit-earning and credit recovery/replacement, graduation plans, post-secondary information (enlistment, employment, enrollment) including ASVAB, college application/financial aid/scholarship process, and how to pursue more information.
This (12th-Grade-Course-Card-20-21) is the course card. On campus will have their academic histories given during class registration. MSOL should have received their academic history by USPS mail prior to the class registration date.
COURSE CARD & COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: Above is the course card for senior year (side 1 and side 2). Please review what options are appropriate with your parents and current teachers to gain recommendations. Class descriptions are linked to each class above on the presentation.
Students type their own selections into myStudent during class, so be sure to have the academic history that was mailed home with you so you will know what to enter. Use unmet requirements to guide your course selections for next year.
Counselors will present safety lessons to all students using the Safer Smarter Teens curriculum. Below is more information on the curriculum. Contact your child’s counselor if you have any questions or any information you would like to share.
School counselor lessons focused on teaching students who to see for help and how to reach out, what bullying is versus conflict and rude or mean behavior, how to report, and not taking out upset feelings on yourself or others but to instead use healthy coping skills that were taught.
The 2018 National Suicide Prevention Week is September 10-14. Counselors will teach in Social Studies classrooms direct instruction on managing feelings, using social skills to resolve conflict, and on strengthening coping skills. Students will be provided with a information on many healthy ways to cope with feelings, situations, and conflicts.