Welcome to high school! This is the official page for all things 9th grade at LHS. Check this page for important updates and events happening in the 9th grade academy during the school year. Until then, check out this useful information about your new school:
Information from Freshman Forum! (Freshman Preview Night):
High school is only a brief time in your life. Get started now. The more you participate the more you will gain from your experience. Get involved and make your time count. Create a memory you will hold onto for the rest of your life. For information on how to get involved, check out the LHS homepage for calendars of events, learn about the various clubs sponsored around campus, more history of LHS, and how to contact teachers and administrators through our teacher websites or staff directory.
Make your time count inside and outside the classroom.
It’s going to be a great year!
Parent and Student Portal
The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal
Parents can now access their student’s information from any computer with an internet connection. The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal allows parents to check current grades, obtain immunization status, learn if their child had any recorded discipline or attendance issues throughout the day, check their child’s current lunch account balance, and even see what their child purchased in the lunchroom & all before their child comes home from school.
If you are having technical difficulties with PCSB’s Parent/Student Portal please contact Lakeland High School and ask to speak to the school network manager. 863.499.2900
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Parent Portal?
-The myPolkSchools.net Parent Portal is a new on-line service offered to parents and guardians in Polk County. The service will bring together into one single web page information about ALL of the students for a particular parent. Instead of visiting several different websites, making telephone calls or visiting the school to access records or information, the parent may access them all from any Internet-connected computer. The most important goal of the Parent Portal is to enhance district-to-school-to-home communication as outlined in the Polk County Schools Strategic Plan item 7(1): “Establish an effective system of communication linking district, school and home.”
Where is it? How do I get there?
How do I register?
-In order to access the Parent Portal you must first register. Please visit the portal and click the “Register” button. Follow the prompts and enter your information, once you’ve completed the form, click on “Create Account”.Â If you are a Polk County School Board employee with a “@polk-fl.net” email address, you DO NOT need to register. Use your firstname.lastname username and corresponding password to login.
I’ve registered, now what?
-Welcome to the Parent Portal. Now, you must attach yourself to each of your students.Â You should have received one P.I.N. per student from your student(s’) school(s). This P.I.N. is unique to you and only you. Please DO NOT share this P.I.N. with anyone, including your spouse and children. You must follow the steps below for each student you wish to attach.
How to Attach Your Students
- Click the “Add a Student” link
- Enter the Student ID including the 5300 as shown here and the corresponding P.I.N. number for the student you are attaching. Click “Attach Student” when you are finished.
- Once you have clicked “Attach Student“, the screen will reload and information for that student will appear. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to attach additional students.
Using the Parent Portal
-Now that you are attached to all of your students, you are at the homepage. To view details in a particular category click on one of your students then click on the category you wish to look at.
WE HAIL THEE ALMA MATER!
OUR HEARTS ARE FILLED WITH PRIDE
WITH VOICES STRONG WE RAISE THIS SONG
AS WE MARCH WITH VICTORIOUS STRIDE
WE’LL ALWAYS STAND TOGETHER
AND FIGHT TO DO OR DIE
SINCERE AND TRUE, THIS TOAST TO YOU
OUR OWN LAKELAND HIGH
Our school mascot is the variant spelling of “dreadnought”, which is a battleship that was built during the beginning of the 20th century. The new dreadnought ship was much quicker and more heavily armed than any ship before it that it quickly became a symbol of national power. We embody that power through the success and achievement of our students in academics and extracurricular activities.