LRHS vision

Vision: 

Loch Raven High School students will graduate with 21st century skills and prepared to compete in the complex global economy.

Mission:

The mission of Loch Raven High School is to provide students with educational experiences that are rigorous, relevant, responsive, and accessible in a safe, supportive, and culturally responsive learning environment, infused with the technological skills that prepare them to compete in the complex global economy of the 21st century.

Raider Updates: Virtual & Hybrid learning -Semester 2

Welcome to Raider Nation 2020/2021!


For the most up to date information from BCPS visit:   https://www.bcps.org/updates

Read additional information about the Hybrid Reopening for LRHS:
Reentry Snapshot LRHS.pdf

Watch this video for what to expect in the building at LRHS for Hybrid Learning with social distancing and COVID protocols in place: Welcome to Hybrid Learning at LRHS

The BCPS Daily Health Screening Form below must be completed for each child and returned to school on the 1st day of school EVERY MONTH: 
BCPS Daily Health Screening Form.pdf

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You may physically bring it with you or email it to Nurse Gold at kgold@bcps.org 

How to Stop the Spread of COVID 19 at School



Return to In-Person Hybrid Learning Request form

Please read this document before completing the form: 
Return to In-Person Hybrid Learning - LRHS.pdf

To learn more about what to expect from Hybrid Learning please watch this video:
Click for Video about Hybrid Learning BCPS

This form is for families currently participating in full virtual learning that wish to switch to in-person hybrid learning in alignment with our phased-in return-to-school schedule (see below). Families must fill out a separate form for each student using the school-specific form. If your children attend multiple schools you must complete a form through each of the schools specific link that is provided. If you already completed the BCPS survey that was sent out prior to February 1st you do not need to complete this form again as your requests have already been submitted. You can use this to update a request if needed. A member of our staff will contact you if we have any questions. Thank you and we look forward to your return!

Link to Return for Hybrid form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=3cPDSRs_g0GOdLONSDpa_XBz7J-cNtREu2HjcfLhH1lUQzFVVFZLT0hMNlRSRDNHVEkwTlVONFM2OS4u


Re-opening Information

We are excited to be welcoming students back starting March 22nd with our 9th graders only. On April 6th, we will welcome back our 10th-12th graders for cohort A. On April 8th, we will welcome back 10th-12th graders in cohort B.

If you are returning for Hybrid Learning and need bus information, identify the closest intersection to your home:
Bus Routes 2020-21.pdf

Current Bell Schedule for all students: 

Period

Class Time

Lunch Time

Class Time

 

HR

 

7:45 - 7:50

 

1

 

7:50 - 9:15

 

2

 

9:20 - 10:45

 

3

A Lunch

 

10:45 - 11:15

 

11:20 - 12:45

 

3

B Lunch

 

10:50 - 11:30

 

11:30 - 12:00

 

12:05 - 12:45

 

3

C Lunch

 

10:50 - 12:15

 

12:15 - 12:45

 

4

 

12:50 - 2:15



 


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Coffee House Premiere

“Alone but Together”
March 24 at 7PM

The link below will open at 7PM on March 24th and be available moving forward and on our website. It will run about 30 minutes so get yourself a beverage and enjoy our amazing, talented students!

https://youtube.com/channel/UC4-fakP7ncv4lOsuPsCXGKg




Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

This survey (https://mdparentsurvey.com/) is being conducted by the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Early Intervention and Special Education Services. All parents or guardians of children ages 3 to 21 who are receiving special education and related services through their local school system are invited to participate.

The purpose of this survey is to determine how well your child’s school is partnering with you and promoting parent involvement in your child’s education. Your feedback will help guide efforts to improve special education and related services in your local school system. The Survey is anonymous so please do not write any personally identifiable information.

Survey must be completed by May 21, 2021.

 

Report Cards Available ONLINE!

Starting February 11th at 4pm, students can access their report cards online via the student Portal.

Working in Chrome, go to:

https://baltimore.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/Modules.php?modname=misc/Portal.php

Use your @bcps.org/password when it says log in with Microsoft. 

On the main page, there should a tab that says Reports and that is where you will see your Report Cards. Make sure you have the year 2020/21 selected in the top right corner.


The Student Portal is the place to find report cards and review course requests.

Visit the Student Portal at:   https://baltimore.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/Modules.php?modname=misc/Portal.php


Schedule for Active Instruction Days for Semester 2

Active Instruction Calendar Sm 2

 


Click for Semester 1 Art Show

Congratulations to Elizabeth Schenck, Mia Coon and Geena Merendino for representing Loch Raven High School next month at the Artist Guild YouthArtMonth Exhibition.

To view the exhibition, go to 
www.bcartsguild.org/youthartmonth

 




No more BCPS One for logging in!

Make sure that you are logged into your browser with your @bcps.org account and using the direct access sites below (NOT BCPS ONE):


Tech Updates 12/2

Stay Positive Work Hard Make it happen

Click here for our latest newsletter! Full of information about PTSA Events, Raiders of the Month, Computer support, Virtual Calming room, Cap & Gowns and SO MUCH MORE! Read it today!



If you missed Academic Planning Night, Check out the powerpoints below!


It is time to learn more about all LRHS has to offer and start planning for what courses to take in the 2021/22 school year! Registration will look a little different this year, so it is important to attend this session to learn more about what is ahead. Visit the Counseling tab for more Course Registration Information.

Registration info for 21/22


Click the links below to learn more about LRHS 21/22 course offerings and Graduation Requirements:

Current 8th Graders

Current 9th, 10th, 11th graders

LRHS Virtual Open House and Academic Planning Night Information Letter


 

Congratulations to our Raiders of the Month!

The Raider of the Month program recognizes the many ways our students strive to uphold Raider Nation's expectations.Each month, teachers are asked to nominate a student they feel exemplified one or more of the following areas:

 


Stay Positive: respect, appropriate language, pride in LR community


Work Hard: punctual and ready to work, professional conduct

Make it Happen: strive for success, believe it is possible, work bell to bell

 

Based on the nominations received, a committee of teachers votes on the winners. Each grade level will have one student recognized as Raider of the Month. We will have four winners each month, one per grade. Each student nominated should be proud to be recognized as a Raider of the Month nominee! Thank you for all you do to make LRHS a better place!


Important Information Regarding Student Service Learning Hours Graduation  Requirement due to COVID 19:

At this time MSDE is not authorizing a waiver for the SSL Graduation Requirement.  Based on this information we have worked with content area supervisors and have learned that all infused hours will be offered in a remote setting.  Additionally, after meeting with panel of stakeholders to include BCPS Parents, Students, Staff the recommendation moving forward for INDEPENDENT HOURS IS - Safe At Home Independent Projects ONLY be completed until safety measures surrounding the Pandemic change.

Ideas for some Safe at Home Activities have been listed below.  Please reach out to your school coordinator for other project ideas.

Some suggested activities:

Cards/Care packages for Troops - https://www.operationgratitude.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwoOd-Yuo7AIVS-DICh2UsAnkEAAYASAAEgJ86vD_BwE

Safe at Home educational videos – Have a hidden talent and want to inspire others?  Work with your school coordinator to create a plan

Mask Making- https://www.100millionmasks.org/

Organizing and Implementing a Food Drive - https://mdfoodbank.org/ways-to-give/food-drives/

Partnering with a local school for tutoring

More ideas can be found by visiting - https://ysa.org/

Environmental Projects- https://www.earthday.org/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIjo-q8Iyo7AIVx-DICh1AmgYlEAAYASAAEgIBlvD_BwE

Have other ideas?  Feel free to email your school coordinator for approval.  Ms. Mitchell: jbryantmitchell@bcps.org

As a reminder all Independent Projects need pre-approval from your school based Service Coordinator.  jbryantmitchell@bcps.org

 


The 20/21 Student Handbook is now available!

Student Handbook


Check out this Google Meet Helpful Hints Page  and Parent Resource for Remote Learning to help with the transition to virtual learning.

Key Hints:
-Make sure you are in Chrome
-Use your BCPS Google account
-Log in with you BCPSusername@bcps.org and your BCPS Password
-Message your teacher if you are having issues with their meet
-If you are experiencing technology issues, create a ticket from our BCPS help desk https://bcpsone.bcps.org/support  or call 443-809-4672 (wait times vary). Be as specific as possible when sharing your issue.

 


Congratulations, Mrs. Campbell!
Campbell SCOTY

Our College Counselor, Mrs. Stephanie Campbell, was named School Counselor of the Year by the Baltimore County Association for Counseling and Development. Her constant dedication to our LHRS students (as well as Perry Hall High) is amazing. She provides support for all post secondary options and does so with great energy and heart.

We are so lucky to have her!


Class of 2020! Your Diploma Pictures are now available!
Click here to order now:
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