What a wonderful week on campus, our students are quickly adjusting back into the normal routines of school and it is so great to see. As we continue to navigate guidelines from ODE and OHA, we want to make sure to share the most up to date information we have with you, see below:


    • We are requiring all students to wear masks properly (covering their nose) when they are not actively eating or drinking. If a student is actively eating or drinking we are fine with them not wearing a mask. When we have a student who continues to not wear their mask properly, the staff member gives them a reminder. If the student continues to not wear the mask correctly they meet with Mr. Rosenau to make sure they understand how to wear the mask, that they have masks that fit properly, etc. If the student continues, after multiple warnings and meetings with student/parents, to not wear a mask they will be placed in an alternative learning environment.
    • We will strongly encourage students to have lunch outside. We will be moving cafeteria tables to the front patios by the cafeteria and encouraging students move outside while the weather is still so nice. If you choose to remain inside you will be asked to space 6 feet apart to the extent possible.
    • Back to School Night: A change in plan for this. Back to School Night will be deferred until October 20. We will send more information on this as soon as we have it. We are hoping that health guidelines will loosen up after October 1st and we would have the opportunity for an in-person Back to School Night. If the guidelines remain, we will hold it as virtual. More to come on this as we know more.
    • Our Homecoming Dance is currently postponed, please watch for updated information in the coming weeks.
    • ASB and Club activities will need to be reviewed for safety compliance.
    • All after-school activities will need to be reviewed for safety compliance.



    The Lake Oswego Speech and Debate Team is gearing up for their 2021/2022 season. We invite all students of all grade and experience levels to join us! We will have our first new team member meeting on Tuesday September 14th after school until 4:30pm in room 100. We hope to see you there.
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    Lakers, come be a part of sewing club! Learn how to make pillowcases, laptop cases, masks, pj pants, bags, blankets and all kinds of useful things. Become a skilled sewist for sustainability, fashion & design, or costuming. Help others. Hone your DIY abilities. Our first organizational meeting is this Tuesday, 9/14, at Seminar in room 119. Contact Mrs. Grimm (Madame G) for more information.


    Only one more week to update your student's information in ParentVue. Do you know who the emergency contact for your student is? Does your student know the emergency contact you have put in for them? Have you had a change of residence, email or phone number in the past year? Has your student had any new immunizations that we don't know about? Now is the time to update your information in ParentVue, the window for entering in these updates is September 17th: https://lo.cesdk12.org/losd/PXP2_Login.aspx

    Don't have a ParentVue account or unable to get in? Email Tracy Chalpoutis: chalpout@loswego.k12.or.us

    If you do have changes during the year, please contact our data processor, Tracy Chalpoutis to keep your students information current.

    Picture Retake Day


    Picture Retake Day is scheduled for Monday, October 11th.


    •  Pay Fees Here

    • Bookkeeping office: M-F 8:15 am to 3:00 pm

    • Call into the bookkeeping office (503.534.2440)

    • Mail checks to: PO BOX, Lake Oswego, OR 97034. Attn: Bookkeeper

      • Make checks out to ‘LOHS’. Add students name and what the check is for on the ‘memo’ line

    • LOHS accepts cash, checks and credit cards

    • If you need a fee waiver, the form is available on the LOHS website

    Registration and Payment Deadline is 10/29/2021.

    Registration payments after October 29th will incur a $40 late fee. This is charged to us by the College Board.

    Any question, please contact Barbara Mackey -mackeyb@loswego.k12.or.us or 503-534-2328



    The Laker Log Yearbook is a nationally-award-winning, 304-page commemoration of the year. Don’t miss out on owning one.

    ORDERING IS EASY and there’s NO EXTRA FEE to order directly from our publisher.

    1. Go to yearbookordercenter.com

    2. Enter our school’s order number: 14951 (or just search for the school by name)

    3. Click on “Order a Yearbook” and follow instructions. (Find or add your student as directed.) There is no extra fee to pay with a credit card.

    4. Yearbooks are $50 each.

    DEADLINE FOR PURCHASE: January 24, 2022

    Note: You will NOT be able to order yearbooks after the deadline.




    SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 10, 2022

    Yearbook’s primary goal for the senior section is to have an individual portrait of each senior. Should you choose not to have formal portraits taken, please have regular school ID pictures taken at registration, and/or see Ms. Wray about having a yearbook photographer take your picture with one of our cameras.


    • Vertical orientation

    • Minimum resolution of 300 DPI

    • Face should fill approximately ⅔ to ¾ of photo frame

    • School appropriate, avoiding props, hats, bare shoulders, etc.


    1. Go to yearbookordercenter.com

    2. Enter our school’s order number: 14951 (or just search for the school by name)

    3. Click on “Send Images with Eshare.” This will take you to eshare.

    4. Enter contact info.

    5. Click on “Upload General Photos”

      1. Select the photo from your computer, ensuring it follows the guidelines provided above

      2. Provide Grade, Full Name, and “SENIOR PHOTO” as description

      3. Click “continue” and “submit photos”

      4. You’re all set!




    SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 17, 2022

    Parents or guardians of the Class of 2022 may choose to purchase an optional Senior Baby Photo Ad for their senior. If purchased, their selected baby picture(s) and personal message to their senior will be published in the Laker Log yearbook.

    Baby Ad purchase and design will be set up on the yearbookordercenter.com by September 30th. Please order and design your baby ad, by following the same login instructions as above, after that date.

    1. Go to yearbookordercenter.com

    2. Enter our school’s order number: 14951 (or just search for the school by name)

    3. Follow directions to build your ad.

    Questions? Email Laker Log at lohslakerlog@gmail.com





    This is the time of year students register (in their AP classes) to take the corresponding AP exams next May. When a student signs up in class, they are automatically registered for the exam.

    If your student DOES NOT want to take the AP exam next May, they need to email the AP Coordinator

    mackeyb@loswego.k12.or.us and be marked as not taking the exam. Students will still have access to the AP Classroom with their teacher.

    Exam dates for 2022 are here: https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/exam-calendar


    AP exam fees are $80 per exam. Please use the information below to make the payment for your student’s exam(s).

    Payments can be made at:

    • LOHS



    In accordance with this week's updated guidance from the Governor and Oregon Department of Education, we continue to focus on protocols to keep kids safe and mitigate the risks of COVID spread. One of those recommendations was to limit large events like our Back to School Night. Consequently, along with the other secondary schools, we will be postponing our planned Back to School Night and rescheduling it for October 20th.


    Stop by the book keeping window to pick them up!


    LOHS Counselors invite seniors to attend a College Application Seminar on Wednesday, Sept 15th during Support Seminar (10:02-10:34) in the auditorium. In addition, counselors will hold individual senior conferences in English classrooms Sept 21-24th.
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    Bus route #39 is being divided between Bus #43 and Bus #38

    Bus Route #39 is being split

    Following stops will be on bus #43:


    Quarry RD @ Oakridge Rd

    Oakridge RD @ Waluga RD

    Oakridge RD & Bonaire Ave

    Bonaire Ave @ Firwood RD

    Bonaire Ave & Sw Madrona ST


    Bonaire Ave @ West Sunset

    Bonaire Ave & Washingtion CT


    Carman DR & Burma RD

    Carman DR & Royal Oaks DR

    Waluga DR & Royal Oaks DR

    Carman DR & Candlewood CT


    Following stops will be on bus #38


    Melrose PL & Melrose ST

    Bunick DR $ Hastings DR

    Edenberry DR & Hastings CT

    Edenberry DR & Amberwood CIR


    Amberwood CIR & West Lake DR


    Amberwood CIR & Clairmont CT

    Amberwood CIR & Clairmont CT

    Amberwood CIR & Trillium CT

    Charles CIR & Victoria CT

    Parkview DR & Camden LN

    Parkview DR & Bunick DR



    Virtual college visits are open to all 11th and 12th grade LOHS students. To sign up for a virtual college visit, students should follow these steps:

    *Sign into your Naviance account (http://connection.naviance.com/lohs).
    *Click “Student” then “Continue with Clever” (this will log you in using your school email/password).
    *Once you’re in Naviance, click the “Colleges” tab and “Colleges Home” page.
    *On the Colleges Home page, scroll down to the “College Visits” box and click “Show more”.
    *Scroll through the list of college visits (this is updated daily as colleges continue signing up, so check back often) and click “Register Now” for any visits you’re interested in attending. If your plans change, you can go back and cancel your registration the same way you registered.
    *The virtual event link (most colleges use Zoom) will be visible/active 24 hours prior to the start of the event, so return to the College Visit screen to access it.


    Most visits take place before school, after school, or during lunch. If the college visit occurs during a class period, please coordinate with your teacher ahead of time. It is always up to the teacher whether you will be able to leave class to attend these sessions. Visits last approximately 30 minutes and can be accessed via a chromebook or personal computer. If you need a space to attend the visit, our new College & Career Center in the library is open daily from 8AM to 3:30PM.


    If you have any questions, please email your counselor or Mrs. Kozlowski: kozlowsd@loswego.k12.or.us


    Here is a list of colleges visiting the week of 9/13/21:

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    One of our very own, Jackson Rigney, a sophomore at Lake Oswego High, recently ran 24 miles in 24 hours, for a hunger non-profit called Hunger Fighters. He completed all 96 laps at the Lake Oswego track! Check out the news report below:





    Hello Laker Families,

    To ensure the accuracy and efficiency of our attendance process, please remember the following guidelines:


    • To report an absence, call our attendance line at (503) 534-2329 or email lohattendance@loswego.k12.or.us. Written notes presented by students will not be accepted.
    • Please report an absence as soon as possible and no later than 72 hours after the absence.
    • If your student needs to leave class for an appointment, inform the attendance office as soon as possible. This will help us ensure that your student receives a note to leave class in a timely manner.

    Remember that attendance matters and students who attend class regularly are more likely to stay on track, graduate on time, learn deeply, and get the most from their high school experience. Please partner with us to ensure great attendance and to remove any attendance barriers.


    Parking Update for the Junior Lottery


    We are working as QUICKLY as we can to add additional parking at Uplands Elementary to allow for our 11th graders to "lottery" for a space. Unfortunately, the paint that is used for striping parking lots is on backorder and won't be available until early October.

    As soon as the parking is ready to go, we will notify students who have been randomly selected for a space. Our apologies that this is taking longer than anticipated.

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    Lake Oswego Swim Club


    Lake Oswego Swim Club is hiring lifeguards for the Fall and Winter seasons. Current Red Cross lifeguard certification required. Flexible hours outside of school time and good pay! Please email Emily Melina at emily.melina7@gmail.com for more information.


    Are you a freshman or sophomore and interested in robotics? Our team, Mostly Operational, can add a few new team members this school year. We are part of the international robotics organization, FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC).


    Check this out to learn more about FTC:



    Mostly Operational is a student-driven high school robotics team with opportunities to pursue your varied interests. Students choose to participate in one or more sub-teams, including – design/build, programming, fundraising, outreach, and marketing/business. Typically, the season runs from early September through February. There are competitions that begin in early November and occur on. Saturday and Sunday. Some minor travel is necessary on competition days.


    If you have questions, or are interested in interviewing for a spot on the team, please contact team coach, Deanne Knipple at deanne1042@gmail.com