Programs / Activities
- Action Youth and Community Resources Opportunities
- Homecoming Info
- Class Sponsors
- Project Graduation
- Clubs & Extracurricular Activities
Details: Visit actionycr.org for more information about the opportunities listed below.
PA Camp - June & July
This overnight leadership retreat, held every summer for the last 40 years, is perfect for any of your school leaders. Sessions are offered for grade 5-12 students. There are also camp staff employment opportunities for faculty and counselors.
Action Academy - February 25 at Fontainebleau High from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Action Academy is a 6 hour leadership workshop geared specifically for high school students. This is an opportunity to give your student leaders a quick burst of leadership training that can be used immediately in schools. Students can attend the main session, or one can be set up at your school.
PA (Positive Attitude) Day - February 18 at Fontainebleau High from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Similar to Action Academy, this 6 hour leadership workshop, designed for junior high school students, is hosted on Saturdays during the spring semester. You can send students to the main session or set up one specifically for you to be held at your school.
PA Day Jr. - March 4 at Magnolia Trace Elementary from 10 a.m. - Noon
This 2 hour leadership workshop, designed for elementary and middle school students, is hosted on Saturdays during the spring semester. This is an opportunity to give young leaders their first glimpse into a world of service and leadership. PA Day Jr. events can be scheduled for individual schools or combined with another elementary school.
The Action Troupe
This youth group is for junior high and high school students. Each month, they participate in a meeting, a community service event, a community outreach event, and a social event. It’s an opportunity for ongoing leadership training throughout the year and to be a part of something where students can learn how to be a positive influence in their community. In addition, they will be trained in the dangers of drugs and underage drinking.
Vaping and Beyond - Fontainebleau High Library, next sessions: 1/31, 2/7 & 2/13
Vaping and Beyond is designed to be used as a lesser punishment for those students on your campus who have been caught vaping or with vaping materials. You simply have to provide them the opportunity and direct them to this website. Once students pass the class, a certificate will be provided.
Dinner and Conversation - February 6 at Fontainebleau High from 6 - 7:30 p.m.
A new program mainly for adults but includes some students. Once a month, there is a get together to discuss important social issues affecting the community. Dinner and Conversation includes some food and talking and searching for ways to build bridges where bridges need building. If you wish to join, email Jeff Polito at email@example.com
Homecoming 2022 - "Haunt the Hawks"
Tickets for the dance will be on sale Wednesday, October 26 - Friday, October 28
- $20 at school and $30 at the door
- Students must be off the owe list to purchase tickets.
Voting for Homecoming Queen will take place Wednesday, October 26 and
Thursday, October 27 at both lunches. All students may vote.
Pep Rally Friday, October 28 at 1:40 pm
Homecoming Game Friday October 28 at 7 pm vs Archbishop Hannan
- Saturday, October 29 at the Castine Center from 7-10 PM, Lock in 8-10 PM
- Students must bring LHS ID. Guests must bring school ID or driver's license
- Guest passes are required for all guests. Guest Passes will be available Monday, September 26 (in discipline and on the website) and are due Tuesday, October 25.
- Dress code will be enforced -- IMPORTANT!! SEE BELOW
HOMECOMING 2022 - STATEMENT OF LHS STUDENT AND DRESS CODE
STATEMENT OF LHS STUDENT
Students arriving without an ID card, without a guest pass, after lock-in time, or out of compliance with dress code for dance will not be admitted to the dance. Any student and/or guest in violation of the Student Code of Conduct and/or Homecoming Dress Code may be asked to leave and may face disciplinary action. All dance attendees will remain until the lock-in has ended.
HOMECOMING DRESS CODE
Females: Slits in the front or back of the dress should be no higher than 5 inches above the knee; NO bare midriffs, NO see through (sheer) material on midriff and/or chest area. NO excessive side cut outs; NO excessive cleavage or plunging necklines; Dresses must be fingertip length. The bottom of the dress should not be higher than 5 inches above the knee; Bi-Level (Hi/Lo) dresses must be fingertip length; Minimum dress length must meet or exceed fingertip length; Strapless or spaghetti strap dresses are acceptable but must fit the chest area securely and meet all other dress code criteria.
Males: Suit /Sports Coat/Tie (optional), Dress Shirt and Pants. NO Jeans, NO shorts, NO caps, NO sunglasses
Guest Dress Code: all guests that do not attend LHS must adhere to the above dress code. It is the LHS student’s responsibility to inform their guest of the dress code requirement.
The purchase of a homecoming ticket provides entry to and decorations, wristbands and DJ for the dance as well as flowers, sashes, gifts, crown and the luncheon for the court.
Student Council: Mrs. Moroney
Art Club: Mrs. Gerace
Book Club: Mrs. Drewes
Environmental Club: Mrs. Abram
FFA: Mrs. Lee
Team Titans (PBIS): Mr. Sheps
Save Promise Club: Mrs. Regina
FCA: Ms. Treigle
NHS: Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Alvarez
Mu Alpha Theta: Ms. Treigle
GSA: Mrs. Yancey
Youth and Government: Mrs. Gerald
Rock and Pop Ensemble: Mr. Delcambre
Titan Buddies: Ms. Leggett
Meditation Club: Mrs. Picou