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    Homecoming Week Activities

    Monday, September 26

    Homecoming Generations      Generations Day

    Seniors are old folks     Juniors are college kids     Sophomores are tweens

    Freshmen are babies    Teachers are teenagers

    Tuesday, September 27

    Homecoming Tacky Tourist      Tacky Tourist Day

    Dress like your favorite Florida visitor.

    Wednesday, September 28

     Homecoming Pack      Character / Pack Day

    Dress like your friends or your favorite character

    Spirit Night     6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Wacky competitions between grades

    Thursday, September 29

    Homecoming Throwback      Throwback Thursday

    Seniors 80s (Devo, Madonna & Michael Jackson)       Juniors 70s (disco)    

    Sophomores 60s (hippies)      Freshmen 50s (poodle skirts & greasers)


    Hallway Decoration Contest   Freshmen B1Downstairs; Sophomores B2Downstairs;

                                                             Juniors B2Upstairs & Seniors B1Upstairs

    Friday, September 30

    Homecoming Pig      Pig Day

    Students dress like piggies.  Teachers dress like farmers.

    Pep Rally 7th period – Spirit Stick awarded to grade with most spirit points earned by participation of each student.

    Packer Pride Parade - 6:30 at Stadium

    Alumni School Tour - 6:30 at front of school

    football      Football Game vs Boca Ciega Pirates Kickoff:  7:30 p.m.

    crown  Crowning of Homecoming King & Queen at Half-Time

    Saturday, October 1

    Homecoming Dance   LHS Gymnasium, “Starry Night”   8 p.m. to 11 p.m.  $15

    Approval for Non LHS Student

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    School Hours & Location

    School offices are open from 6:45 to 2:45 Monday - Friday.

    Our campus is located at 410 Missouri Avenue in Largo

    School Phone: (727) 588-3758

    School FAX:  (727) 588-4037

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    Attendance Reporting

    New to this web page is an easy way for parents to report attendance.  Click the icon on the top right of this page to generate an email to our attendance office.  Your child's legal name, reason for the absence, your name and contact telephone number should be included in the email.  If you have a doctor's note you may attach the document to the email (take a clear picture with your cell phone to attach to the email.  County policy is very specific to what we can excuse.  Please see the following link on absences, tardies and early releases from school. Banner


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    Administrative Offices (Revised: Sept. 19, 2016)


    All students in Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCEL)  

         All calls (727) 588-4622
         Joshua Wolfenden, Assistant Principal

         Shelley Steele, ExCEL Counselor & AVID Coordinator 

         Deb Howard, ExCEL Secretary


    All students in International Baccalaureate (IB)   

         All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2306
         Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

         Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

        Brenda Chevere, Office Clerk


    Last names starting with A through HA

         All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2102
         Jonathan Marina, Assistant Principal

           Katelyn Pellin, Guidance Counselor

         Kenisha Merricks, Office Clerk


    Last names starting HE through MA 

         All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2306
         Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

          Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

         Brenda Chevere, Office Clerk 


    Last names MA through Z

         All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2100

         Linda Ray, Assistant Principal

         Lauren Poggiali, Guidance Counselor

         Marchelle Janeda, Office Clerk  

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    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) will be administered on Nov. 2 at Largo High School.  To sign-up see Miss Pellin in building 1 upstairs.  She has a signup log.  Deadline to register is October 21st.

    The ASVAB is administered by the military for potential armed forces recruitment; however, every student – even ones not interested in the military – should take this test as it is a fantastic diagnostic tool for a possible career pathway.  The test determines, based on individual answers, what type of career takers should consider.  Outside of high school the test has a charge for this test; however, it is free to all high school students.  We target just juniors and seniors for this test as they are nearing graduation.

    For those serious about a military career, this test has a practice online (  Scores on the test determine military placement.  The higher one scores, the better the options within the military.

    Not interested in a military career and are concerned about being contacted about service?  Unless you complete an Opt-Out form, the military WILL come knocking at your door.  The form is available online on last form on this page.  The completed form gets turned into the main office to be added to the student’s record. 

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    Packer Lunch & Breakfast

    Apply for Free & Reduced Meal Benefits Online!

    • Available anywhere
    • Easy to use
    • Private & Secure


    No more paper applications to complete and return to the school office. Apply for meal benefits online from the privacy of your home, or anywhere with an internet connection. Visit

    My School Bucks - Online Service
    Create a new account with My School Bucks using the student's 10 digit local ID number. You can get this number in Focus, it will be labeled "Local Student ID".  My School Bucks is an online payment portal especially designed to allow parents to make quick and easy online payments to their children's school meal accounts. 
    Please use the website link to add funds to your student's prepaid account at
    For the 2016-17 School Year, breakfast is free for all students.

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    As we prepare for all of our 9th and 10th grade students as well as a decent number of 11th grade students to take the PSAT test on October 19th

    There are lots of benefits to performing well on the PSAT test including:

    • Great preparation for the actual SAT which could determine college admissions
    • Great preparation for the actual SAT which could possibly be used to provide a concordant score for the FSA Reading test for graduation
    • PSAT scores are also used to identify AP potential
    • They are used to determine National Merit Scholar, National Hispanic Merit Scholar and National Achievement Scholar status as well

    We encourage ALL of our students who will be taking the PSAT (as well as those who will take the SAT this year) to access the SAT prep resources located at  Thank you for all you do to prepare our kids for life after Largo High School.

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    If you experience any issues with this site or find errors, please email Debbie Howard at
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