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Sleeping Handsome

LaBrae Drama Club presents:
"Sleeping Handsome"
When:  Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 7:00 (doors open at 6:30)
Where:  LaBrae Complex Auditorium
Tickets:  $5.00 for adults/$3.00 for kids​

HS April/May End-of-Course Exam Schedule

Alzheimer’s Awareness

The Traveling Purple Potty

The Community Skilled Health Care Centre in Warren has teamed up with the LaBrae K-12 complex to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s. The O.S.A.I.C. organization is excited to have been chosen to pilot this community event in support of Alzheimer’s Awareness. The Greater East Ohio Alzheimer’s Chapter is one of 77 chapters nationwide to offer frontline support to individuals affected by Alzheimer’s. The supports offered are designed to assist families in meeting the challenges of Alzheimer’s, and to help improve the quality of life for those affected.

March is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and we plan to fundraise beginning Monday, March 6th through March 31st. This will be a great opportunity for expanding community involvement, and with the help of radio, newspaper, and television connections, we are hoping for positive coverage for both Alzheimer’s Awareness and LaBrae for this fundraising effort with “The Traveling Purple Potty.” Throughout the month of March, we plan to hold a variety of fun activities in each building, and “The Potty” will attend the band concert on March 17th and the high school Talent Show on March 31th. Community Skilled Health Care Centre, LaBrae K-12 and O.S.A.I.C. look forward to the challenge, and we hope we can depend on our LaBrae community.

Semester Exam Information

Ohio's Options for a High School Diploma

LHS student Remind App

Attention LHS students and families (grades 9-12):  Sign up for the LHS student Remind App to receive automated text updates concerning events, deadlines, and other important information from the LaBrae High School main office, athletic office, and school counseling office. 

LHS Class of 2017 Remind App

Attention LHS Class of 2017 students and families (seniors only):  Sign up for the LHS Class of 2017 Remind App to receive automated text updates concerning events, deadlines, and other important information from the LaBrae High School main office, athletic office, and school counseling office.

H.S./M.S. Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up Instructions Focus on Student Safety

In an effort to improve safety during the times when M.S./H.S. students are dropped off at school in the morning, we are requiring that parents use the driving lane directly along the M.S./H.S. entrance, or the designated drop-off locations on the west side of the LaBrae Complex.  Students are not to be dropped off in the main drive of the Complex.  Doing so creates an unsafe environment where students then have to cross traffic in the main drive and/or the visitor parking lot in front of the Complex. 

In order to prevent students from crossing through traffic, we ask that parents do not park along the main drive for student pick up.  Parents picking up their M.S./H.S. child are to use the driving lane adjacent to the school, or the parking lot in front of the Board of Education, which is directly behind the bus loading zone. Vehicles are prohibited from being in the bus loading zone during student drop-off/pick-up times.

It is important to eliminate any practices where students have to cross traffic as they enter or exit the building. Therefore, we kindly request that our parents join us in helping to make the morning/afternoon traffic environment at LaBrae a safe place for students.  Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated!

Please refer to the map below for the designated areas referred to above.

Map of acceptable and unacceptable drop-off and pick-up locations for MS and HS students.

LaBrae Envirothon: Two Time State Champions and National Qualifiers

LaBrae Envirothon Award

The mission of the North American Envirothon competition is to foster knowledgeable, skilled and dedicated citizens who have an understanding of natural resources, and develop citizens who are willing and prepared to work towards achieving and maintaining a balance between the quality of life and the quality of the environment.  This mission is accomplished by engaging young people in a competitive process that fosters their understanding of the principles and practices associated with the management of natural resource and ecology.  Students are challenged to apply their knowledge in a competitive process as they are presented with complex ecological dilemmas.  One particular group of LaBrae students for the last two years has been the best the State of Ohio has to offer.  The LaBrae Envirothon Team, coached by biology teacher Craig Klotzbach, won their second state championship in June. At the state competition, team finished in first place in Aquatics, Forestry, Wildlife, and the presentation on Invasive Species.  They finished second place in Soils.  

The team's victory earned them the opportunity to compete in the national competition held in Ontario, Canada from July 24th to July 29th.  This year's competition was titled Invasive Species: A Challenge to the Environment, Economy and Society.  More information on the particular aspects of the competition can be found by following this link: 2016 National Envirothon.  The LaBrae team improved upon their 19th place finish in 2015 by finishing 8th in this year's national competition.  Congratulations are in order for Mr. Klotzbach and team members Tessa Smith, Alexis Nubani, Maddie Cope, Joe Jaros, and Caleb Hineman.


2015-2016 Bullying Report for LaBrae Local Schools

The attached report provides data on the types of bullying that occurred at LaBrae Local Schools during the 2015-2016 school year.  Information is also provided on the types of administrative action taken for various incidents.


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