***Important SCPS Opening and Make-Up Day Info***
SCPS classes will resume on Moday, September 18th, 2017
As a result of our school closures stemming from Hurricane Irma, Seminole County students will be making up four of the six days missed. The student make up days are below:
Monday, October 16, 2017
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Friday, December 22, 2017
Friday, March 16, 2018
We appreciate everyone's patience and hope that you and your family are recovering from one of the most destructive natural events to hit Seminole County in many years.
Bell Schedule for the Week of September 5-8
Monday, September 4th - No School Labor Day
Tuesday, September 5th - Regular Gold Schedule
Wednesday, September 6th - Alternate Blue Shedule
7:20 - 8:42 1st Period
8:42 - 8:52 Break
8:58 - 10:25 3rd Period
10:25 - 10:55 Lunch A
11:01 - 11:52 7A Period
10:31 - 11:22 7B Period
11:22 - 11:52 Lunch B
11:58 - 1:20 5th Period
Thursday, September 7th - Regular Blue Schedule
Friday, September 8th - Regular Gold Schedule
· Schedule Concerns – Change requests will only be honored for the following issues. Students should report to Guidance during Lunch to discuss their concerns.
o Previously received credit for the same course
o Hole on the schedule for a specific period
o Seniors who did not receive a course that is required for graduation
o Students who have not met a pre-requisite for they course they are enrolled.
· Bell Schedule – We will be on an adjusted bell schedule for the first two days where you will visit all seven periods. We will then begin the block schedule on Monday, August 14th. See the website for the full bell schedule.
· Lunch – This is notated on the student’s schedule for period 7 and period 4. Lunch for the first two days will be determined by the student’s 7th period class.
· Blue/Gold Calendar – See the link below which outlines the class periods that students will attend each day this year. Student Blue & Gold Calendar
We hope to provide you and your child with the best First Impression that we can make. If there is anything we can do to make your child’s experience better, please feel free to let us know.
Michael J. Rice
Lyman High School