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Alumni Spotlight: Anna Frederich ('14)

Anna Frederich, a 2014 graduate of La Cañada High School and incoming senior at MIT, is majoring in Computer Science with concentrations in Economics and German. We thought we would check in with her to see how things are going.
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Registration Checklist

Want to make sure you have everything ready for registration next week? View the registration checklist here and review the list of forms needed. Most important is to complete the data confirmation process in the Aeries Parent Portal. If you need assistance, staff will be in the IRC during registration or email portalhelp@lcusd.net
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ASB Webstore Open for Registration Purchases

The 9-12 ASB Webstore is now open and ready for 2017-18 registration purchases. Directions for login are on the webstore and you can purchase ASB cards, yearbooks, and athletic transportation. Checks may still be sent to registration if preferred.
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Parent Scheduling Letter

Mr. Cartnal writes to inform you that your student has completed the registration process for next academic year. The courses that s/he enrolled in are viewable in the Aeries student portal, are based upon the enrollment information your child provided and discussed with her/his counselor and fulfillment of the course prerequisites described in the LCHS Course Catalog.
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Almost Summer Newsletter

Welcome to the final edition of the LCUSD Newsletter for the 2016-17 school year, our “Almost Summer” edition. I think you will enjoy reading the entries from our district administrators as they share accounts of and insights on a variety of topics ranging from the LCHS Choir’s recent trip to Italy, to a farewell tribute to a beloved retiring teacher, to a look at some of our teacher new hires for the upcoming school year. As I compiled the articles, I was intrigued to hear of our PCY 5th graders engaged in scientific inquiry as they endeavored to “build a better mousetrap,” and inspired to learn about our LCHS students journeying to Children’s Hospital to lift the spirits of patients by personalizing and decorating their hospital rooms.
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