336 W. Johnson Road La Porte, IN 46350
Phone: (219) 362-2020
Fax: (219) 324-1399

Principal: Mrs. Donna Biggs
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Parents are responsible for providing transportation home.  Students will exit through the gymnasium doors.

3:20-4:00 pm. 

Meeting Dates:

  • Wednesday, November 20, 2019
  • Wednesday, December 18, 2019
  • Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020
  • Wednesday, April 15, 2020
  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Community Volunteer dates will be scheduled on a monthly basis.

UrgentPrint this articlecandellation of classes on tuesday, November 19th

Please click on the link below for a message from the Superintendent.

Attached documentRed for Ed Parent Letter

Print this articlePARENT CPR CLASS

Crichfield Parent CPR Class

November 21, 2019, 4:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Free CPR classes for the first 16 parents who register!

Courtesy of:  Walmart Community Grant

Register at: mrosa@lpcsc.k12.in.us

362-2080 M/W/F, 362-3755 T/TH

Print this articleLAPORTE ELEMENTARY WRESTLING CLUB

LAPORTE ELEMENTARY WRESTLING CLUB

Purpose: The LaPorte Wrestling club is for any male or female students enrolled in LaPorte Community Schools.  Students will be provided with the opportunity to learn and compete in the sport of wrestling.  Fundamentals in athletics and gymnastics, basic strength training, and body control will be the primary focus as students develop wrestling specific skills.  Students will have the opportunity to compete in individual tournaments and team dual meets.

Who: LaPorte Community School students K-5

When: Session 1 will begin on November 7th-December 19th.  Session 2 will begin on January 5th-February 25th.   Practices for session 1 will be held on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6-7pm. Practices for session 2 will be 5-6:30pm.

Season Length: Practices will be held in two sessions from November 2019 through February 2020. Join anytime.

Where: LPHS – Enter “I” St. Entrance.

Practices will be held in the wrestling room on the upper deck of the main gymnasium.

What to bring:  T-shirt, shorts, wrestling shoes or gym shoes.

Cost: Each session is $75 individually, $100 if signing up for both sessions.  Family discounts available.  Make checks payable to LaPorte Wrestling.  Additional cost for participation in tournament competitions.

Sign Ups:  Anytime, send email to lkuzdas@lpcsc.k12.in.us to express interest or contact us through our Facebook page: LaPorte Wrestling.  You may also sign up at practice.

Buddy System: Bring a friend with you to practice to create a more enjoyable experience.

Wrestling Camp: We will also be hosting a wrestling camp throughout the month of March.  Camp will be a more inclusive session for all levels of ability. Details will be made available in February.

Any questions can be answered at practice or you may contact Coach Kuzdas through e-mail at lkuzdas@lpcsc.k12.in.us. 

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Step-by-step instructions for logging on, completing, and submitting assignments.

Attached documente-Learning Instructions

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UrgentPrint this articleSTUDENT ARRIVAL TIME

CRICHFIELD FAMILIES - We Need Your Help!

Student drop off times have changed this school year.

  • ·      Students are to be dropped off NO EARLIER than 8:25 for breakfast.
  • ·      If students are not eating breakfast, the drop off time is 8:35.

We do not have supervision available prior to the times listed above.

Students MUST remain under parent/guardian supervision otherwise.

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UrgentPrint this articleWELLNESS & HEALTHY EATING AT SCHOOL

Please read the attached brochure from our Food Service department.  Many changes are taking place that will affect the types of foods brought in to our building.

Eating Lunch with your student(s):  NO fast food or pop/soda.  A note or phone call to the school must be received by 9 a.m. in order to eat with your child.  If you are purchasing a hot lunch, you may NOT pay for it with your child's lunch account.

Birthday Celebrations:  Please refer to the Healthy Foods List.  Only foods listed on the Healthy Foods List will be allowed in the building.  No exceptions.

Attached documentHealthy Foods Brochure 2016-2017

UrgentPrint this articleBus Changes

Due to the restricted capacity on busses, changes in routes must be approved by the Bus Garage directly.   Please call 219-362-1023.

 

UrgentPrint this articleNEW ARRIVAL / DISMISSAL TIMES

ATTENTION PARENTS

New Arrival & Dismissal times effective for the 2019-2020 school year.

ARRIVAL

8:25 a.m. Students having breakfast

8:35 a.m. General Admission (students wait in gym)

8:45 a.m. First bell rings

8:55 a.m. Second bell rings

Students arriving after 8:55 are considered tardy and must be brought to the office by a parent.

IN THE EVENT OF A 2-HOUR DELAY

  •  No breakfast is served
  •  10:35  general admission (students wait in gym)
  •  10:45  1st bell rings
  •  10:55  2nd bell rings

DISMISSAL

All dismissal changes must be made by 2:30 p.m.  No exceptions.

3:20 p.m.

Students who are not picked up in a timely fashion will be sent to Child Care.  Fees will apply.

Print this articleWelcome Back Information (Spanish)

¡Noticia importante!

Estas son las nuevas horas de preescolar y primaria para este año escolar:

8:25 Puertas abiertas para el desayuno

8:45 Comienza el día del alumno

8:55 Campana de tardanza

11:15 AM Finaliza el preescolar

12:45 PM Comienza el preescolar

3:20 El día escolar termina

Servicios de Recursos Familiares de LPCSC

Mario Rosa - 362-2080 o 362-3755

Print this articleLibrary Help Needed

Mrs. Oman is looking for library volunteers a couple of hours a day to help shelve the many books our avid Crichfield students read per week!   If you are familiar with the dewey decimal system and  enjoy alphabetizing, please email Mrs. Oman at joman@lpcsc.k12.in.us, and she will contact you with information!  If you have volunteered in the past, thank you for all of your help!

Mrs. Oman, Crichfield Media Paraprofessional

Print this articleLife Skills Supply List
  • 2 boxes of Kleenex
  • 3 tubs of Clorox wipes
  • Toothbrush & Toothpaste
  • Ziplock bags:  1 box snack size; 1 box quart size
  • 3 glue sticks
  • 3 tubs/refills baby wipes (no bleach/not antibacterial)
  • 1 spiral notebook
  • 2 or 3 complete changes of clothes.

Teacher will provide:  pencils, crayons and scissors.  Please do NOT send in:  designer folders, loose-leaf paper, paints, markers, colored pencils, or other school supplies.  The items listed above are all that is needed.

UrgentPrint this articleDISMISSAL INFORMATION

All students are assigned a bus from school.

If your student will not be riding the bus, you MUST contact the school by 2:30 that day to let us know your student's dismissal plan.  If we do not have this information, your student will follow their plan on the transportation form. No exceptions.  Make sure your student has a Transportation Form on file.

Attached documentTransportation Form

Print this articleSLICER HEALTH CLINIC

The Slicer Health Clinic, located at the High School, opens August 5th between the hours of 7:30 am - 4:00pm and offers confidential primary and urgent health care services. The Clinic can administer required immunizations for Kindergarten, 6th & 12th grade students. Sports physicals are also available for $20. Please call 324-1377 or email SHC@LPH.org for an appointment; walk-ins are accepted. The Clinic accepts all insurances and medical consents forms can be found on school websites. 

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Print this article4th Grade Athletics

Attention Parents

Any 4th grade student wanting to participate in Track, Basketball or Ring Toss must have the following documents on file:

  • IHSAA Physical File (link provided below)
  • Athletic Handbook Page 5 (download PDF)
  • Concussion Acknowledgement Page 6 (download PDF)

No Exceptions. 

More informationISHAA Physical Form

Attached documentAthletic Handbook Pages 5 & 6

Print this articleChanging Schools?

Attention Crichfield Parents:

If your student will be attending another school for the 2019-2020 school year, please contact our office as soon as possible. 

219-362-2020 or:

Mrs. Bye:  jbye@lpcsc.k12.in.us

Mrs. Pavey:  rpavey@lpcsc.k12.in.us

We will need to know:

·      New School

·      New Home Address

Thank you for your help.

Have a great summer!

Print this articleNew Student Registration Form

Please complete ALL pages.

Attached documentEnrollment Forms

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WE'RE A 4-STAR SCHOOL!!

Hard work pays off.  Great job Cougars!!

Print this articleVolunteer Background Check

Any person wanting to volunteer, eat lunch, help with class parties, etc., must have a background check form on file.  Turn in completed (both sides) form to the Crichfield office.

The background check form is good for one school year.  If you have students in multiple schools, you will need to complete one for each school.

Thank you for helping ensure the safety of students, staff and families of the La Porte Community School Corporation.

Attached documentBackground Check Form 2019-2020

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Print this articleYou've Got VOICE Mail

We receive several calls during the day from parents who ask "did you just call me?".  Please check your voicemail before calling the school.  Most often it is your child wanting something or to ask you a question.  If anyone from the office calls you, they will leave a message.  Thank you for your compliance.

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Sign up to receive alerts about closings, delays, cancellations, etc.

More informationLPSCS @LERT

UrgentPrint this articleParking - Please Read

Dear Families,

Please refrain from parking alongside Country Club Drive and Kowal Drive when picking up students at dismissal. This recent practice has caused a great deal of frustration with residents as it has created an unsafe environment for homeowners and secondary students that are being dismissed from buses.

I realize that the newly adopted parking lot procedures have not expedited a faster pick up time. However, it has secured the safety of students. The safety of students is our priority and I appreciate your attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Donna Biggs, Principal

Print this articleLibrary 360 Replacement Cards

If your student needs a replacement Library 360 card, please click on the link below and select "What if my student lost their card."  Follow directions.

More informationLibrary 360

UrgentPrint this articleSkyward

Parents:  Please take a moment to log on to your Skyward account and make sure the information (phone numbers, emergency contacts, address, etc.) are correct.  It is very important we have current information on all our students in case of an emergency. 

More informationSkyward Log-In

Print this articleLittle Learner's Preschool

Little Learner’s Preschool is located at the La Porte High School and serves students with disabilities such as a Developmental Delay and/or Speech and Language Impairment. If you have or know of a student that is 3-5 years of age and you suspect that he/she may have a delay in the area(s) of motor, concepts, language, self-help, or social skills, please contact Jean at the preschool office (324-3287) to submit a request for an evaluation. If the child qualifies to receive extra support with any of the above mentioned areas, he/she would have the opportunity to attend the preschool program 3-5 days a week. Programming is free and bus transportation is provided.

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Print this articleAccelerated Reader

Our school goal is for every student to achieve at least 85% comprehension when reading within their ZPD.

Attached documentRenaissance Home Connect Information

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