Middle & High School News & Announcements
December 15, 2017
Daily Announcements

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December 1, 2017
Register to Receive Emergency Alerts

The Lake Linden-Hubbell School District has implemented a program that will allow school officials to communicate important information to parents and students via text messaging and/or email. This messaging program will be used for such things as school closures (snow days, early dismissal due to weather), emergencies and other important announcements. You may sign up to receive the alerts via text message, email or both.

To sign up for TEXT MESSAGES-

PARENTS, text: @llhparent to 81010

STUDENTS, text: @llhstudent to 81010

To sign up for EMAIL MESSAGES-

PARENTS (on a desktop computer): CLICK HERE

STUDENTS (on a desktop computer): CLICK HERE

If you need help or have any questions, please contact Lori LaRoux in the Superintendent's Office at 296-6211, option 1 or via email at larouxlo@lakelinden.k12.mi.us.
December 1, 2017
Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Research shows that starting the day with a nutritious breakfast helps students stay alert and perform better in school. Having breakfast also helps students develop healthy eating habits that contribute to their well being.

The Lake Linden-Hubbell School District participates in the School Breakfast Program. Nutritious, balanced and healthy breakfasts are served Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:15 a.m.

Click here for the December breakfast and lunch menu.

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November 28, 2017
Middle School / High School Honor Roll - 1st Marking Period

The Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools would like to congratulate Middle School / High School students on making the First Marking Period Honor Roll.

Click below to download the Honor Roll list.

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November 14, 2017
Student Immunizations

Immunizations are one of the most effective measures in protecting children from harmful diseases and death. The Michigan Public Health Code requires all children who attend school in Michigan to have an up-to-date immunization history or valid waiver on file.

It is the responsibility of the parent(s)/guardian(s) to ensure that their child has received all required vaccine doses upon school entry.

For more information about vaccines required for school entry in Michigan, please click on the link below.

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November 8, 2017
Late Start Schedule

In the event of a two hour delayed start to school, the schedule will be as follows:

Jr./Sr. High School - 10:00 am to 3:25 p.m. (Students report to their 1st hour class.)

Elementary School - 10:15 a.m. to 3:04 p.m.

Local radio and television stations will announce details of the school delays and closings. The Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools will also display the information as an "Urgent Message" on the district home page as well as sending a text message via our emergency alert system.
October 9, 2017
Online Food Service Payments

Payments may now be made online for student lunch accounts. To make an online payment, visit SendMoneyToSchool.com by clicking on the link below. You will need your child's lunch ID number which you may obtain by calling any of the District offices.

CLICK HERE to make an online payment.
October 5, 2017
Lexus Eco Challenge

Siona Beaudoin, Katie Griffin, Beau Hakala, Gabriel Poirier and Melissa Wagner are representing Lake Linden-Hubbell High School in the Lexus Eco Challenge. Currently, stamp sand, a waste material from copper mining, is remediated by covering the sand with 12 inches of topsoil and then seeding with fescue, red clover, alfalfa and trefoil. This ninth grade team found that fescue and alfalfa grow well in stamp sand. They propose seeding stamp sand with fescue and alfalfa with no topsoil. This method would greatly reduce remediation costs and over time would improve the soil quality as biomass from degrading plants becomes part of the soil. They have created a flyer to increase awareness of this issue and solution.

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September 21, 2017
Lunch Policy Approved by the Board of Education

At their September meeting, the Board of Education approved a Charging and Denying Meals Policy that will become effective in October. Please click on the link below to review the details of this important information.

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September 5, 2017
2017-2018 School Calendar

Click below to download the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year.

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July 5, 2017
News & Views District Newsletter

The most recent issue of the News & Views District Newsletter is available. Click below to download.

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October 11, 2016
LAKES Blender Bottles for Sale - GET YOUR TODAY!

The Lake Linden-Hubbell Band is selling LAKES Blender Bottles. They are $9 each and may be purchased from school concession stands or from Mr. Miller.

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June 27, 2016
News and Views

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March 8, 2016
Online Event Streaming Now Available

The Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools is pleased to be able to offer online event streaming for athletic games and other school events. Viewing an archived event is free after 72 hours. Live viewing is available with a paid subscription for which several options are offered.

CLICK HERE for more information.
October 7, 2015
LAKES PRIDE - "Rise As One"

The Lake Linden-Hubbell Sports Booster Club is proud to present LAKES "Rise As One" shirts! Help spread LAKES PRIDE by wearing one of these custom shirts.

The goal of this LAKES PRIDE campaign is to unite our students, parents, staff and community as one. These shirts will represent all aspects of the Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools, ranging from Athletics to Academics as well as all Clubs and organizations in which our students participate.

Click here to download a copy of the order form.

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May 5, 2015
Parent Survey

The Lake Linden-Hubbell Schools is conducting a parent survey. The results of the survey will be used by our School Improvement Committee.

CLICK HERE to take the survey.
January 30, 2015
What goes into the decision to call off school because of weather?

The schools in Houghton and Keweenaw Counties have agreed to act together when it comes to making decisions regarding weather related cancellations, delays or early dismissals. Ultimately, the final decision is made by the ISD Superintendent, but many others are involved in the process.

When weather advisories, warnings or conditions warrant consideration, the ISD Superintendent is up at 4:30 in the morning talking with the Houghton County Road Commission. The Road Commission has a person who drives all over the County, starting at 3:30 in the morning. This individual is also in contact with his counterpart in Keweenaw County. The Road Commission briefs the ISD Superintendent on the road conditions and how well the plows are doing. The Superintendent then communicates with a local meteorologist, who provides a forecast for the upcoming day. It is important to know that a decision on delaying or canceling school must be made by no later than 5:15 a.m., as the first bus driver starts his bus at 5:30 a.m.

Most times, making the call is an easy one. If the Road Commission states that the plows are not able to clear the roads or if the wind chill temperature is -30 degrees Fahrenheit, then the call is made right away. However, there are times when the decision is not as clear cut. For instance, if the wind chill is around -25 degrees Fahrenheit and not predicted to get colder, then it is not as easy to make the decision.

When it comes to closing school early, unless we know for certain that the weather will deteriorate, the policy has always been to keep students in school. If we know that the weather is somewhat bad, but itís not predicated to get any worse, then the ride home at the end of the day is not likely to be better or worse than it would be in the middle of the day.

Weather is unpredictable and may change many times during any one day. We may see winds pick up, and at one moment it may look like a white-out and the next the sun is shining. Please know that decisions are made with the best information that is available at the time. The ISD Superintendent is in constant contact with the Road Commission, the local meteorologist and other local superintendents to make the best decision possible.

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  Lunch Menu: Week of December 11, 2017

Orange Chicken, Fluffy Brown Rice, Broccoli Buds, Mandarin Oranges, Garlic Bread, Craisins, Fortune Cookie, Fresh Veggie Bar


Little Caesars Wheat Crust Pizza (Pepperoni or Cheese), Romaine & Spinach Salad, Grape Tomatoes, Frozen Go-Gurt, Apple, Apricots, Fresh Veggie Bar


All American Hot Dog, Potato Smiles, Vegetarian & Black Beans, Apple Slices, Caramel Sauce, Mixed Fruit, Fresh Veggie Bar


Hamburger or Cheese Burger, Italian Vegetable Soup, Steamed Carrots, Hawaiian Pineapple, Apple, Fresh Veggie Bar


Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Salsa, Chips, Strawberry Cup, Fresh Pear, Sweet Corn, Fresh Veggie Bar

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Superintendent's Office:
Craig Sundblad, Superintendent
601 Calumet Street
Lake Linden, Michigan 49945 | 906.296.6211