Lemont High School to host annual ‘Learning and Teaching Night’

Sept. 5 event provides parents and guardians opportunities to learn more about their students’ classes.

Parents and guardians of students will spend some time walking in their children’s footsteps when the school hosts its annual “Learning and Teaching Night” on Wednesday, Sept. 5.

The event, which will take place from 6:30-9 p.m., gives parents and guardians the opportunity to learn more about the courses their students will be taking during the 2012-13 school year.

In order to best take advantage of the opportunity to gain more knowledge about their children’s classes during Learning and Teaching Night, parents/guardians are encouraged to arrive on campus with copies of their children’s schedules.

A brief group presentation will begin at 6:45 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Then, guests will follow a “mini schedule” and spend a short time in each of their child’s classes, where teachers will detail course goals and student expectations.

Refreshments will be available throughout the evening.

Parents/guardians who have specific questions about their children or course instruction will have the chance to make an appointment with an administrator, teacher or guidance counselor.

Please call the school at 630-257-5838 to make arrangements for handicapped accommodations.

Parents/guardians of members of the Class of 2013 are invited to a special presentation in the Learning Resource Center prior to the beginning of Learning and Teaching Night.

At 5:45 p.m., LHS guidance counselors will present information that recently was given to seniors regarding the college application process. Topics will include college research, the college application process and registering with the school’s online transcript partner, Parchment.

Lemont High School is located at 800 Porter Street in Lemont.

For more information, contact Director of School and Community Relations Tony Hamilton at tonyh@lemont.k12.il.us or call 630-243-3280.

Editor's note: The information above was provided in a press release from Lemont High School.


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