High School teachers wishing to sign out our Mobil Laptop Cart can do so on-line.
This course offers practice material for LHS students taking the National French Exam.
This course is for students traveling to France and their parents.
The English 10 Honors course is a combination of units in reading, speaking,writing, listening and research. The main objective is to develop your ability in critical, analytical thinking and writing to prepare you for future academic and employment success. Specifically, you will learn to think critically, to question biases and assumptions intelligently, to seek the answers to questions you formulate, and to articulate your ideas clearly in writing and speaking.
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High school teachers may sign out the Renaissance Response System online.
This Moodle course will serve as a faculty wide forum for discussing issues important to the school. It can also serve as a way to share resources and other ideas!
This "course" is designed to make additional audio activities available to students enrolled in French 10. Material covered in French 10 corresponds to level 2 of the Discovering French textbook series (DF Blanc). It will be organized in units which correspond to the textbook's units.
This is the communication center for 'The ^ Bobcat', Lansing High School's student newspaper.
Here, editors and newswriters can communicate in order to plan, brainstorm and finalize news stories for the most recent edition!
Middle school teachers may sign out the Renaissance Response System online.
Elementary Teachers may sign out the Renaissance Response System online.
English 11 Honors is devoted to American Literature, preparing for college academic writing and critical thinking. This site contains all of the resources, materials and applications you'll need as a student in English 11 Honors.
This will be our meeting place in cyberspace. Minutes will be posted. We can share information about courses, workshops, collaboration ideas, PowerPoint presentations, etc. We will still meet in person, of ocurse, but when we can't or when time is of the essence, check out this space.
The LGTC is dedicated to enhancing the professional expertise of its instructional staff by facilitating opportunities for collaboration within the school community, providing programs that foster sharing, learning, and team building among educators, and equipping teachers with the knowledge and techniques to enhance students' performance.
This course was created by Aaron Dickerson. It is an introduction to Moodle. Aaron gave us a copy of this course so that we could use it with Lansing teachers and train them on using Moodle.