Los Alamos High School
Home of the Toppers
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About Los Alamos High School
Absence Line: 505-663-2511 or e-mail us at email@example.com if your student will be absent.
Front office for LAHS: 505-663-2510
LAHS Address: 1300 Diamond Drive, Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544
Please leave the following information on your message. 1. Guardian’s first and last name 2. Student’s first and last name 3. Date the student will be absent 4. Grade of student 5. Reason why your student will be absent – Examples: Dr. appointment, parent absence, travel, or bereavement
Attendance Information: Absences must be excused before 10 a.m. but no later than 24 hours following the absence.
TO EXCUSE AN ABSENCE: Call the LAHS Absence Line – 663-2511 • Email the Attendance Office – firstname.lastname@example.org • Take a parent/guardian note to the Attendance Office • Take a medical/dental slip to the Attendance Office • daytime phone number • reason for absence • date and time of absence
Bus Routes: Click here to see TFA/LAHS Bus Routes
Checking Students Out of School: If arrangements have not been made in advance with attendance to pick up a student from school, the parent or guardian must come into the school and have a driver’s license or a picture ID that verifies his or her identity as a custodial parent in order to check the student out of school.
Drop-Off & Pick-Up of Students: In order to increase student safety and to reduce the risk of accidents, students and parents will not be able to enter the Smith parking lot from Diamond Drive from 7:30 am to 7:45 am, as it is reserved for school buses. Students should use the entrance off Orange Street. We recommend parents to drop their students off the Sullivan Field parking lot. Please do not drop students off at the faculty parking lot behind the Auxiliary Gym or its access drive off Canyon Road
Nurse’s Contact Information: Leanne Hick • 505-663-2530 email@example.com
Link to Health and Wellness page (Downloadable Health Forms Available Here)
School ID’s: All students are required to carry I.D.’s. Students needing a photo I.D. can go to the Mac Lab in the IMC at anytime to get one. A $5.00 fee will be charged for the replacement of lost I.D. cards
Teacher’s Office Hours: Throughout the year teachers hold office hours in their classrooms from 2:40 to 3:10 p.m. to assist students with make-up work and homework problems.
School Songs: Our Alma Mater, Praises now we sing.
From mountains high will come our spirit bold. Soon we will dream of golden days gone by; our love will never fade for L. A. HIGH and when we leave our dear old hilltop high, oh, let us cheer for all the green and gold. We’re stronger than giants; we’ll march to victory. With such an alliance for L. A. HIGH
Fight Song: Go, Toppers go, or the green and the gold. On down, the field, may our battle cry be bold. Fight, fight to win. May our Victory begin! Go, Toppers go. And we’ll win, win, win!
Please contact the Music Department at 663-2610 for the music.
Welcome back to Los Alamos High School for the 2017-2018 school year. I am energized by the opportunity to use my knowledge and experience to be the chief teacher and chief learner as the Los Alamos High School Principal in this incredible place. I have great appreciation for the academic work that happens at Los Alamos High School. At the same time, I take great satisfaction in being part of the development of the humans in our school. I see our school community as a family – complex, quirky, connected, and protective. I have felt very lucky to be a teacher and an administrator at LAHS, and I am amazed every day at the diversity of talent, perspective, and energy that is reflected in our students and staff. I am excited to have been selected as the principal, and I can’t wait to hit the ground running.
Principal Carter Payne