Information for Parents
Jostens is visiting
September 26, 2018 meet with Sophomores (class rings) and Seniors (graduation orders)
October - returns to take orders for rings and graduation
New Student Registration
New students who have moved into the Lake Holcombe District are asked to register in the school office, Monday-Friday, 8:00-3:30.
Click here for Student Handbook
Click here for Personal Laptop Use Agreement Form
Activity Policy - click here
$25 per year for athletics
$5 for for forensics, if not in athletics
Maximum family fee: $75
Grade K-5: $10 book/materials fee
Grades 6-12: $20 book/locker fee
(a padlock will be issued to student upon request)
Fees are to be paid in the office or by mail.
Bus routes will run as in previous years. If you have questions, call Gilbertson Transit
715-239-3992, 715-312-0003 or
Click here for academic standards in each curricular area.
2018-19 Daily Schedule
Jr/Sr High: 8:00-3:22
Family Access provides student information for grades 4-12. To obtain parent log-in and password, contact Karla in the office, 715-595-4241
RtI Parent Information
Honor roll is based on quarter grades.
Honor Roll GPA: 8.0-9.49
High Honor Roll GPA: 9.5-12.0
A quarter grade of F for any course will remove a student from honor roll, regardless of the GPA.
Report Cards & Progress Reports
Report cards for grades 6-12 will be mailed to the parent address listed in the office. Report cards for grades K-5 will be send home with the student.
Progress reports are mailed home if a student is earning a D or F in a course. Progress reports are sent out mid-quarter.
Breakfast & Lunch Program
Breakfast served 7:45-8:00
Gr 6-8: 11:15-11:35
Gr 9-12: 11:40-12:00
Parents will be notified if meal account is at or below $10.There is no charging of meals.
Free or Reduced Lunch
After School Program
Open to students K-8
Contact Community Learning Center for more information.
Chippewa County Public Health
Please read and complete the attached form before sending any medication to school with your child.
Head Lice Treatment
Information for homeless students/families
Information for Homeless Students with temporary or inadequate living situations
The best way to contact your child's teacher is through email. If you call, be prepared to leave a message and the teacher will return your call after class.
Click here for staff email and phone numbers.
Volunteers are welcome to help in a variety of areas and activities. Contact your child's teacher, or stop in the office to learn about volunteer opportunities. All volunteers are asked to complete an application form.
Click here for volunteer form.