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Week of April 5th

  • Weekly “Eagle Update” is available. EOC Testing for English I & II take place this week. Only students taking the English I EOC will report to campus on April 6th, and only those participating in the English II EOC will report to campus on April 8th. All non-testers will remain home and complete work in Canvas on those days (April 6th & 8th). Read the newsletter linked below for information about Spring Football and Theatre tryouts, our Spring Sports Drive-Thru Pep Rally, and much, much more.

Click here to access the newsletter from Lake Ridge Administration “Eagle Updates”.

 

Below are announcements that are also presented over the PA during Advisory at Lake Ridge.  This is updated every Monday and as needed.

  • Officer Elections:  Students interested in running for class officer or student body officer need to see Mrs. Stinson in room E100. You may also email! [email protected] Packets will be available to students beginning March 23rd during lunch. All packets with required forms must be completed and returned by April 2nd. Students in grades 9-11 are eligible!  UPDATE 4/1:  Remember guys, it’s not too late to sign up for student body and class officer elections. We will extend packet submissions through next Friday! We still have several position open! For information, see Mrs. Stinson!
  • Thank you Lake Ridge Administrators!  This week is Administrator Appreciation Week! Join us in saying thank you to Mrs. Alloway, Mrs. Mabry-Smith, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Planas, Mrs. Brannon, Mrs. Solfermoser, and Mr. Romaguera for all they do for the staff and students at Lake Ridge! We are so lucky to have their leadership and dedication…when you see one of these amazing educators in the hallway this week, make sure to say thank you for all they do!
  • Junior Class Fundraiser:  Juniors, the Junior Class fundraiser starts today! Please see the STUCO and Junior Class social media for the QR code to popcorn fundraiser. QR codes will also be posted throughout the building!  [email protected]
  • Minorities in STEM: There is a new club at Lake Ridge that is a career-based STEM club aimed at primarily women and people of color, but students of all grades, genders, races, academic interests, anything, are very much welcome to join! The club will offer tutoring, service opportunities, talks with professional and college students, and much, much more! The first meeting will be held THIS Wednesday on March 31st at 3:00pm both virtually and in-person in room 246. For the meeting link and more information, join the Remind @lrhsmis. Or go to any math or science teacher on campus to see the flyer with the website and more info. Again, any Lake Ridge student can join!  [email protected]
  • Trans Visibility Day:  Lake Ridge would like to show support to our Transgender students and families by recognizing Trans Visibility Day. March, 31 is Trans Visibility Day. If you identify as Trans, we hope you feel loved and supported here. If you have a transgender friend or family member, reach out to them today to let them know they are loved and celebrated. Find a way to be supportive and kind to our transgender brothers and sisters today, everyone!
  • Congratulations UIL!  Your Lake Ridge UIL Academics Team will advance to regional in several events after an impressive performance at Saturday’s district competition. We had 1st place teams in Calculator Applications, Current Issues and Events, Number Sense, and Social Studies. Our math competitors are Hayward Singletary, winning 1st place in Calculator and 4th place in Number Sense; Hailey Chuong, winning 2nd place in Calculator and 6th place in Math; Angela Morka, winning 3rd place in Calculator and 3rd in Math, Hannah Le won 1st place in Number Sense, Ravi Raythattha won 3rd place in Math, Kayley Sinor won 7th in Calculator, and Roma Raythatha won 8th place in Number Sense. In Accounting, Thomas Templeton won 1st place and Dominic Byles took 5TH place. Our Current Issues and Events team include Kendall Ricks in 2nd, Tony Le in 3rd, Christopher Ricks in 5th, and Laura Yon in 13th. For Speaking events Ayanna Hill placed 2nd in Informative and Grant Elliot place 2nd in Persuasive. Mark Smith place 3rd in Science overall and 1st in Physics. Our Social Studies team consists of Laura Yon in 1st, Mark Smith in 2nd, Demetrius Carpenter in 4th, and Tony Le in 7th. In spelling, Elizabeth Mingle placed 1st and Lauren St. Clair in 3rd. All our students worked hard this year. Congratulations to all the competitors moving on to regional.
  • Congratulations UIL Social Studies!  Lake Ridge would like to congratulate the following winners from our district tournament last weekend:  Laura Yon 1st place, Mark Smith 2nd place, Demetrius Carpenter 4th place.  Plus we won first place Team and all advance to the regional tournament April 17th
  • Congratulations Bowling!  Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Bowling Teams for advancing to the state competition! Both teams placed second at Regionals Sunday in Plano.
  • Robotics Club/Team has launched and will have meetings on Teams, Wednesdays from 3:00 to 3:30 starting February 10th. Contact Mr. Riyanto ([email protected]) or Ms. Thompson ([email protected]) if you would like to join.
  • Eagle Academy has started!  Eagle Academy will be from 3-5pm every Tuesdays and Thursday.  Eagle Academy runs weekly from 3-5pm in room A151.  Contact Mr James Lee with any questions.  [email protected]
  • Math UIL: Math UIL will meet after school every Tuesday in room A 208. Come join us!  [email protected]
  • TCC: Are you a current dual credit student? Did you know you can take up to 3 TCC courses per semester? Save time and money when you get to college! If you are interested, email your counselor RIGHT NOW!
  • Student IDs: Students must wear their IDs to any school event including all games. Admission will not be granted without a current ID.
  • Parking Permits:  All students and staff who park on Lake Ridge High School campus must have a parking permit. If you receive a parking citation, the citation is due within ten school days of issuance. Vehicles that have an outstanding citation past the ten school days of its issuance may be booted or impounded. All fines and fees must be paid by 6:00 p.m. on the date the vehicle is immobilized, or the vehicle will be towed. Fines can be paid in person, by mail, or by phone to the Mansfield ISD Police Department located at 1522 North Walnut Creek Drive Mansfield, TX 76063. The phone number is 817-299-6000. Please see the campus police for additional details if you need them.
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