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    School Hours & Location

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

    Our temporary campus is located at 250 1st Avenue NE in Largo

    School Phone: (727) 588-3758

    School FAX:  (727) 588-4037


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    Scholastic Teams

    Student Services is divided into Scholastic Teams consisting of an Assistant Principal, Guidance Counselor and Support Staff.

    Students with last names starting with:  A - Ha   All calls (727) 588-3758 x2106

    Jonathan Marina, Assistant Principal     marinaj@pcsb.org

    Julie Richburg, Guidance Counselor     richburgj@pcsb.org

    Kenisha Merricks, Office Clerk     merricksk@pcsb.org

    Students with last names starting with:  He - Ma   All calls (727) 588-3758 x2104

    Alec Liem, Assistant Principal     liemal@pcsb.org

    Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor     wolfecai@pcsb.org   

    Marchelle Janeda, Office Clerk     janedam@pcsb.org

     Students with last names starting with:  Mc - Z   All calls (727) 588-3758 x2104

    Nicole Wilson, Assistant Principal     wilsonni@pcsb.org

    Lauren Poggiali, Guidance Counselor     poggialil@pcsb.org   

    Marchelle Janeda, Office Clerk     janedam@pcsb.org  

     Students in Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCEL)   All calls (727) 588-4622

    Joshua Wolfenden, Assistant Principal     wolfendenj@pcsb.org

    Shelley Steele, Guidance Counselor & AVID Coordinator     steelesh@pcsb.org

    Deb Howard, ExCEL Secretary     howardd@pcsb.org

     Students in International Baccalaureate (IB)    All calls (727) 588-3758 x2104

    Alec Liem, Assistant Principal     liemal@pcsb.org

    Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor     wolfecai@pcsb.org

    Brenda Chevere, Records Clerk     chevereb@pcsb.org

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    Academic Team

    Thank you for your support and interest in our Academic Team. You are invited to watch them compete in their final match.  This Wednesday, February 17th, the Superintendent’s Academic Challenge will take place at the County Administration Bldg. at 3:30pm.  There will be 2 rounds of competition.  In the first round, there will be 3 rooms with 5 or 6 teams each representing all of the high schools.  The top 2 finishers in each room will then compete at 6pm for the finals.  The team that wins the 2nd round is crowned the County Champions.

    Largo is going into this competition tied for 1st place with Palm Harbor.  We have a very impressive team.  Our team members:

    Anxhelo Agastra – Captain

    Jamie Hannukainen

    Austin Bowman

    Ethan Daniel

    Manuel Cuadra

    Aden Yacobi

    Please wish them luck during this week before the competition.  The team would love to see Largo support.  Hope to see some of you there.

    Mr. Kaplan in P-13.


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    Breakfast

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  To insure every student has the opportunity to eat breakfast, Pinellas County Schools offers breakfast at no charge to all students.  At Largo High School, Rob Markowski, our cafeteria manager, and his team offer hot breakfasts up to 7:05 each day.  These meals are served in our cafeteria and vary by day.  Start the day with Bacon, Ed & Cheese Pitas; Chicken Biscuit; Oatmeal or Grits with Sausage; Apple Cinnamon Texas Toast or a Ham & Cheese Croissant!

    Plus, vending machines dispense bundled breakfast packages which contain an Otis Spunkmeyer Chocolate muffin, Otis Spunkmeyer Blueberry muffin, or a Kelloggs Pop-Tart; ice cold milk or chocolate milk; fresh fruit or dried Cranraisins; and orange, apple or grape juice.  These breakfast packages are dispensed freely up to 7:05 and between classes until 9:45 each day.

    To see what breakfast is offered, please see the lunch menu posted below.  Next to the numbered date is the breakfast meal. 

    December Menu

    January Menu


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    Bricks for Packer Walk

    How would you like to leave your mark on your school?  In reality you can purchase an engraved brick and have it placed in the Packer Walk for all to see.  This is a good way to help your school and leave your mark.

       4 x 8 Personal Brick, $50  3 lines/20 characters per line with or without clipart.

       8 x 8 Family Brick, $100   6 lines/20 characters per line without or 5 lines with clipart.

    Order one of these lasting bricks to leave your mark on your school.  You can order these bricks from Largohsathleticboosters.com. 

    Mail order form and check to:  Largo High School, Attn:  Athletic Boosters; 410 Missouri Avenue; Largo, FL 33770  Brick Order Form

    Brick 4 x 8 ClipArt Left Brick 4 x 8 ClipArt line 3 Brick 4 x 8 Sandstone

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    District Application Programs

    Largo High School has two District Application Programs.  Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCEL) and the International Baccalaureate Programme (IB).  Application to these programs begins for incoming freshmen on January 6 through 15.  To view a video created by Pinellas County Schools on programs, please click here.


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    Career Academies of Seminole

    CAS Newletter for October 2015

    CAS Newsletter for November 2015

    CAS Newsletter for December 2015


     

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    Eurhythmics

    Please congratulate the Largo High School Winter Guard on their 2nd victory of the season. This past weekend the Winter Guard competed and placed first out of 8 at Plant City High School.  They are currently ranked 1st in their class of 18 teams. Keep up the good work. Go Packers!!

    Are you interested in learning or improving your ability in different styles of dance like ballet, modern, and jazz for an elective credit at Largo High School?  Do you want to learn how spin a flag, rifle or saber? If this is you, look for Colorguard on your schedule sheet and earn your elective credit in a new and cool way. Talk to your counselor or see Ms.Hicks!!  


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    FASFA Night Information Session for 2016 Seniors

    FAFSA Nights are aimed at helping students and parents complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) so students can qualify for the most financial aid possible. FAFSA Nights offer one-on-one help with the FAFSA application:

    • Feb. 9 - Northeast High School, 6-8 p.m.
    • Feb. 16 - Clearwater High School, 6-8 p.m.
    • Feb. 20 - College Goal Saturday - St. Petersburg College EpiCenter, 10 a.m.- noon

    FASFA Nights are open to Pinellas County High School seniors and their parents as well as current college students. For more information, visit www.spcollege.edu/fafsanights or see the attached flier.


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    Largo High School Magnets

    Largo High School Magnets are for sale in the Bookkeeper's Office for $5.  The magnets are 5.5" round.  The proceeds go to the LHS Hospitality which recognizes staff accomplishments and milestones along with support during times of bereavement.

    Packer Pig Magnet


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    NACAC College Fair

    NACAC College Fair in Tampa, Florida February 28, 2016 12-3pm!  See below for more information!

    http://www.nacacnet.org/college-fairs/students-parents/resources/Documents/2016Newsletters/16STAM-TampaNewsletter.pdf


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    Largo High student and teacher selected to travel to Normandy to honor a World War II hero


    By Lorri Helfand, PCS Newsroom

    Largo High School social studies teacher Deborah Pettingill and student Konner Ross have been selected for an extraordinary opportunity. They will tell the story of a fallen WWII hero from Florida and honor the hero at the Normandy American Cemetery in France. Pettingill and Ross were selected from applicants across the country for the Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student & Teacher Institute. They are among 15 student and teacher teams chosen for the institute.

    Pettingill is the National History Day coordinator for Largo High School. Her student, junior Konner Ross, is involved in the school's marching band and is a former National History Day participant.

    Each team chose a hero who gave his or her life in World War II during or after the Normandy landings of D-Day and who is memorialized at the Normandy American Cemetery. Teams spent a year researching the story of their heroes through historical research using primary sources.
     
    In June 2016, Pettingill and Ross will join the other teams in Washington, D.C. to finish their research. While in D.C., they will tour the World War II Memorial and attend a dinner hosted by the White House Historical Association. Their trip will conclude with a journey to Normandy, France, where they will visit museums, historic sites, churches and the Normandy American Cemetery. There, Ross will present a eulogy at the grave of the hero she has spent the year researching.

    Learn more about the institute here:
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    Information on the SAT Redesign -  
     
     
    The SAT is changing in January to a new design. SAT Redesign Read the following PDF and visit their web page at:  www.collegeboard.org for more information. 
     
    The SAT, New SAT & ACT Comparison -  
     
    Click here to view a flyer comparing old SAT, new SAT and ACT.  Old SAT vs New SAT Infographic 
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    Senior Dedication Pages

    Please see the attachment on prices and examples of the senior dedication pages of our Keystone Yearbook.  Senior Dedication Packet Attachment 


     

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    PCS announces dates for Summer Bridge

    By Lorri Helfand, PCS Newsroom
     
    Most Summer Bridge programs for students in elementary, middle and high school will take place Monday through Thursday, June 20-July 14.
     
    The district is sharing the dates early to give families time to make plans for the summer. Summer Bridge is designed for students who are not performing on grade level or need additional help to stay on track. The programs provide enrichment activities and intensive instruction to ensure that students are prepared for maximum success when the next school year begins.
     
    Registration dates have not been finalized. The latest information can be found on the district’s Summer Bridge website, www.pcsb.org/summerbridge.
     
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