Chromebook, Textbook, Book, and Calculator Collection
To ensure everything runs smoothly, BEFORE coming to school please read and follow these DIRECTIONS.
Date Time Last Name
Wed., May 27th 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. Make-up
The Class of 2020 is not able to celebrate their senior year the traditional way, so the Orlando Sentinel created a free photo gallery in their honor, with heartfelt congratulations for a job well done. Click the link and upload your favorite senior year photo!
Support if you need help Coping with Stress/Change Through Covid 19
Students and Parents,
School is closed through the rest of the academic school year; online learning begins March 30.
As we transition into our on-line learning, students will need to be in touch with their teachers. The Student HUB (Located through Classlink - Classroom Resources) will have information for students to access teacher email addresses and their Google classroom codes. However, students will only be able to see the Student HUB using their school log-in. Students will also need to regularly access their student email, through Classlink. If you aren't sure how to do that, please click below for further instruction.
If you have further questions, please email Ms. "Mama Hawk" Shepherd (ShepherdL@lake.k12.fl.us) and she will have the appropriate person get back to you as soon as possible.
Look for this tile on Classlink to take you to your classes online, through Edgenunity, or Google classroom. You will also be able to access Lake County's Distance Learning Website and sites to help you if you are having trouble logging in. All your questions should be answered within this tile.
Students, Parents, and Teachers,
If you still have questions, please check out
You can report issues with Chromebooks or student logins using the google form below. Our technicians will reach out to you to help resolve the issue as soon as possible.
The 2019-2020 Yearbook has sold out.
If you have ordered a yearbook, but have not yet picked it up, please contact Yearbook Advisor, Mr. Vincent Montuori, at email@example.com to make arrangements. There is no budget to mail yearbooks, so they must be physically retrieved. However, if your Hawk wishes to wait, they can retrieve their book from Mr. Montuori when we are allowed to return to campus.
The Covid-19 has made the Class of 2020 memorable. You can make it extra special with a Class of 2020 commemorative ad in the News Leader.
Mr. Montuori and Mr. Bekemeyer are producing a weekly HNN News show. Please go to the Student HUB (Classlink, Classroom Resources) and access the show for the latest LMHS information.
Hawks, you have worked so hard all year on these courses, be prepared for the exam and make it count. Here are some resources to make sure you are ready for test day. Good Luck!!
AP exams start the week of May 11th. Please watch this short video BEFORE taking the AP Exam; contains important logon directions.
Students make sure you are ready for the exam day.
Free breakfasts and lunches will be distributed to students, only on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn more here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13Y6VSeq9_Mv-P_zUJsKMPmNDg4xJHE50lBY_h3p3-kc/edit?usp=sharing
Lake County Library NEWS
· All 16 Lake County public libraries are closed. However, some sites are offering Curbside Service with limited hours: www.mylakelibrary.org/news/news_release.aspx?id=3252
· Lake County residents without a Lake County library card can register for a Temporary Digital-access Card here. The card will give patrons free access to our digital catalog, online magazines and other online resources.
Audible is offering free streaming
for some of its collection - no sign up or payment information. https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
Several companies are offering free and low-cost internet and WiFi options to students during this time. Find a list at http://www.lake.k12.fl.us/