The Band will perform at the home football game this Friday, April 9th.
- Call time: 6pm
- Wear white band shirt and band sweatshirt
- Bring a mask and social distance
- Bell covers & performance masks will be issued
- Game over approx. 9pm
- Remember, no “hang outs” on campus afterwards.
Last Friday, the Marching Spartans gathered together for the first time in over a year! They had a quick rehearsal and played some great stand tunes at the flag football game! So good to see them together again! You can see photos on the Media Page.
Band and Guard have been cleared for the Flag Football Game (Juniors vs. Seniors) TONIGHT!
All Band/Guard students are now cleared to play their instruments at the game. If your student is interested and will feel safe and comfortable…
- Call time is at 6:15pm in the Band parking lot. NO STUDENTS are allowed inside the band room!
- Students to wear new band sweatshirt or dark colored jacket.
- One-time-use mask will be given to students upon arrival that will be cut with a slit for the mouthpiece to be worn when playing.
- Bring regular mask. (Regular masks will need to be worn over the cut mask when not playing.)
- Pick-up will be around 8:30pm. NO after game hang-outs on campus are allowed!
LCHS can permit four people from each players’ immediate family to enjoy the flag football game. You must wear a face mask and be socially distant from those not in your household.
Please click on the link and sign-up if you are planning on attending. Do not ignore this step!
March 26th will be the premiere of our Festival Concert. Each of our groups will perform in this virtual concert – so mark your calendars now. The premiere will be on LCPlay+ under the “LCInstrumental” icon.
Here we are in the middle of March. At this point last year, things were put on hold and cancelled… but this year, we’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s be patient and do what we can when we can! It’s exciting!
March 19th will be the premiere of our Festival Concert. Each of our groups will perform in this virtual concert – so mark your calendars now. The premiere will be on LCPlay+ under the “LCInstrumental” icon.
March 21st is the long-awaited Boost-a-Thon sponsored by the Spartan Booster Club. From the chatter around the district office, this seems to be an event you don’t want to miss. Many individuals have worked many, many hours to pull this off and we’re looking forward to seeing our students and hearing their stories. Mark your calendars!
New for the 2020-21 school year…
Deb Parker is putting together a yearbook of the students from when they started in 7th grade until now. It will be 104 pages and color with a hardback cover. It will be reasonably priced (think ~$35 but we will let you know as soon as we firm up the budget) and we will offer senior pages to our senior families for a very reasonable cost (think ~$10-$15 a page).
It will include pictures from Disneyland, Ireland, Retreats, Concerts, Competitions, Parades, Football Games, 7/8 Night and more.
Please start gathering your digital images from the Fall of 2015 to now for uploading to Google Drive. A link with folders will be coming your way and probably some nagging emails from Deb.
We are looking for pictures of kids in groups of two or more, preferably with all faces visible!
If you are interested in helping Deb, email her and put, “Yearbook” in the Subject. Just because this past year has been bad, it doesn’t mean our memories have to be. Let’s celebrate all the good we have experienced over the years with this fabulous yearbook. More info to come…
Students from across the State of California auditioned for the California All State Ensembles. Selected students will participate in various Masterclasses as well as Virtual Concerts. This year, LCHS had three students selected for these ensembles.
Victoria Pak was selected to participate in the All-State High School String Orchestra! She participates in Advanced Orchestra as a violinist.
Elizabeth Pak was selected to participate in the All-State Junior High School Orchestra! She participates in the 7/8 Orchestra as a violinist.
Kaylee Kim was selected to participate in the All-State High School Wind Ensemble! She participates in the HS Marching Band and Concert Band as a flutist.