LTHS Rotary Service Project

Principal’s Note:  I appreciate the initiative and the socially responsible attitude our students demonstrate.  This project, facilitated by the LTHS chapter of Rotary, is entirely student driven.  In addition to high achievement, these students are leading through service to others.  Please see the note below from them.


Students of the LTHS Rotary will be collecting donated items for ‘welcome bags’ which will be made for refugee families-in-need relocated to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. These families have seen terrible things and are thousands of miles away from everything they know. The LTHS Rotary is aiming to put smiles on the faces of children and families through your donations – however big or small.flyerr.JPG

Throughout the following two weeks we will be collecting items such as pasta, rice, toiletries, board games, childrens’ clothes and toys, socks and soap, or even donations of $25 to fund a bag for an entire family in your name. Donations can be brought to the LTHS campus.

For any further questions, please email

Back from Spring Break!





English I EOC Parent Communication

From Mrs. Kristina Pospick:

On Tuesday, March 28th, students will be taking their English I EOC. The test is five hours long and due to the necessity of a secure and effective testing environment, we ask the following of parents and guardians:

  1. Please try to avoid scheduling doctor’s appointments for your child on this day to allow students the full time frame to test.
  2. Students are required to either bring a sack lunch that day or order one from the cafeteria to be delivered to their testing room. Therefore, please do not deliver lunches for your child that day, we will not be delivering lunches from parents to the testing rooms.
  3. If students are ill that day, they will take their test on the designated make-up days (Wednesday-Friday) of that week. Please encourage your student to attend, unless they are ill.
  4. Please encourage your child to get a good night’s sleep and eat a good breakfast that morning. Overall, tell your students to relax and do their best.

Spring Updates at LTHS

Our students put together an outstanding Black History Month program. Thanks to Mr. Johnson and Ms. Carpenter for their leadership.

We are in the middle of high school spring sports season…




Fine arts continues to compete and excel…


2nd Chance Band

Our students competing at the national level competition of the Lexus Eco Challenge received major coverage over the break.  Led by Mrs. Kimberly Church, their work has been noticed nationwide and even made the news in Chicago.  This group of students exemplify the ambition and socially responsible leadership in our student body.