Semester 1 Honor Roll

Congratulations to all our hard-working students. We are proud of you! High School Principal Honor Roll (All A’s) Honor Roll (A’s and B’s) LTAC Principal Honor Roll (All A’s) Honor Roll (A’s and B’s)

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LSC Rescheduled to 1/19

Januarys LSC meeting has been rescheduled to 1/19/22 and will start at 6 PM Agenda https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v3Jf-VnAyd2LtpkpPdc7_VJRxLe86Aw2zqMVOErALHs/edit?usp=sharing Google Meet Link meet.google.com/tfr-jjva-dhc

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LTXC delivers some Holiday Spirit to the LT Cluster program!

The Lane Tech Boys and Girls Cross Country teams delivered some special Holiday spirit to our friends in the LT Cluster program. Over 45 students received their own new pair of the stylish and adaptable Billy Shoes! LTXC donated the shoes using their proceeds from the annual LTXC 4k Fun Run at Horner Park. Just […]

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New Champion Symbol

Lane Tech High School is proud to present our new Champion symbol design, created by alum Ham Paredes! Thank you to alumni, students, and staff who contributed to this momentous occasion of selecting our new symbol. We are proud to be a Champion. We believe this image is consistent with our school pride and our […]

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Winter Preparedness Checklist

Please review the Winter Preparedness Checklist as we move into the colder months. Winter Preparedness Checklist (English) Winter Preparedness Checklist (Spanish)

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New Aspen Feature – Reporting an Absence Made Easy

Reporting an Absence Made Easy An exciting new feature is coming to the Aspen Parent Portal on October 24, 2022.  E-Absence will allow parents and guardians to submit and track your student’s absences online. That means no more making last-minute phone calls or completing paper forms. E-Absence joins a lineup of features that are already […]

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Back to Our Future – Empowering Students to Complete their CPS Education

Back to Our Future (B2OF) is a new CPS initiative created to ensure that all students, regardless of circumstances, can get back to learning. It is available for youth ages 14-20 who have been disengaged from CPS or have a history of chronic absenteeism. This includes youth involved in the juvenile justice system or who […]

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