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**Due to the Covid19 pandemic, the cafeteria is closed for lunches at this time.**
2020-2021 PLCC Free and Reduced Lunch Program:
While Portage Lakes Career Center does not receive Federal or State funds to subsidize free or reduced lunches, the philosophy of the Career Center is to help all students in need.
If you feel your child qualifies to receive the free and/or reduced lunch benefit, you must have an application approved and on file at your school district of residence. PLCC can not process your free / reduced lunch request unless your paperwork has been approved at your school district of residence.
Full day students who qualify for free lunch at their home school district also qualify for free lunch at PLCC. Therefore, it is necessary for a student’s parent/guardian to contact their school of residence, ensuring that all free and reduced lunch materials are on file and approved. It is your responsibility to make sure your free/reduced lunch application is on file at your home school district. The district of residence shares this information with PLCC for students enrolled at PLCC to confirm the free and/or reduced lunch benefit. Please bring any Free & Reduced Lunch questions directly to Mrs. Hohan’s attention in the main office. PLEASE NOTE: Only full day students enrolled at PLCC are eligible to receive free and/or reduced lunch services. PLCC can not process your fee waiver request unless your paperwork has been approved at your school district of residence.
**For the first eight days of school, students who believe they are eligible to receive the free or reduced lunch benefit may use the last 4 numbers of his/her PLCC student ID in the cafeteria line to receive a lunch. If PLCC has not received confirmation from the district of residence by day 9 the lunch received will be charged to the student’s account. It is your responsibility to make sure your free/reduced lunch application is on file at your home school district. Once the application has been received and approved, all prior charges to the student’s account will be removed. FULL DAY students who are approved to receive the free lunch service will receive a daily balance of $3.00 to use in the cafeteria lunch line.
2020-2021 Fee Waiver for Full Day Students:
Any student who qualifies for free lunch at their home school district, also qualifies for a waiver of PLCC student fees. Therefore, it is necessary for a student’s parent/guardian to contact their school of residence, ensuring that all free lunch eligibility materials are on file and approved. The district of residence shares this information with PLCC for students enrolled at PLCC to confirm fee waiver eligibility. PLCC can not process your fee waiver request unless your paperwork has been approved at your school district of residence. Please direct any fee waiver questions to Mrs. Hohan in the main office.
In accordance with O.R.C. 3307.35 the Board of Education of PLCC hereby gives public notice that Deborah Snyder (teacher) and Cheryl Lutton (secretary), now retired is seeking reemployment with the Board for the 2020-21 school year in the same position as a reemployed retiree. The Board will hold a public meeting on the issue of Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Lutton on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 6:00 pm at 4401 Shriver Rd., Uniontown, OH.
PORTAGE LAKES CAREER CENTER
The Annual Prom Dress Giveaway will be held on Saturday, March 24 from 10am – 2pm. For more information, please see Ms. Woods in Student Services.
Jostens is here today for Green High School only. If you ordered a cap and gown or other graduation items, we will make an announcement at 8:00 for you to pick up your items.
COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL
Check the CHS website for Coventry announcements.
GREEN HIGH SCHOOL
SAT Prep Course: The new one-day SAT workshop will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, at Highland HS. Learn test-taking strategies, review core subjects and build confidence for the SAT exam.
ACT Prep Course: You can join a five-week course from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, starting April 26, at Highland HS.
For more details on SAT or ACT Prep classes, check out www.ActTestPrep.info or Facebook.
SENIORS: The Yearbook Staff still needs your baby photos for the yearbook, you can turn them at GHS in the main office. There are a limited number of spots available, so the first students to drop off their photos in the senior baby photo box in the main office will have the best chance to be pictured. Please make sure your name is on the back of the photo, so we can identify you and return your photo.
MANCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL
March is the month of the Harvest for Hunger food drive
SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Your SHS Senior Dues must be paid in the SHS office as soon as possible. Senior dues are $35 this year and are not waivable through PLCC. Please pay these immediately if you have not done so already. To participate in the Graduation Ceremony
Attention girls 16 and older in need of a prom dress. Altrusa International is holding their 18th Annual Prom Dress Giveaway Princess Night. It will be held on Saturday, March 24 from 10-2 at Family of Faith United Methodist Church. Stop in the SHS guidance office for more information.
The senior auction will be on March 16 and consequence day will be Friday, March 23. PLCC seniors may attend but not be auctioned. The tickets are $3.00.
Attention seniors: If you would like to be in the senior slide show, you have until spring break to email a baby photo and an updated photo of you and a friends. Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have hard copies of photos, you can take them in to Dr. Hartman’s room 302 to scan.
Attention Seniors: Class of 2018 t-shirts are on salefor $15. The t-shirts will be ready and available shortly after Spring Break.
Are you interested in Marching Band Colorguard next year? If so, you must sign up for marching band when scheduling your classes and you must have one year marching experience. For more information contact Mr. Cole, Band Director, or Sandy Peters, Colorguard Instructor. You will need to attend basic skills learning clinics starting April 3 in the junior high gym, every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-8:30 pm.
The Junior Class is hosting their Annual Dodgeball Tournament on 3/16 and teams are needed. You only need 6 people to form a team. The cost is $30 per team. Spectators are also welcome – $2 at the door.