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Principal's Weekly Message - 9/20/2021



This is Ian Solomon, Principal of Leesville Road High School sharing the latest news and upcoming events.




Fall Athlete Travel Attestation Form


All Leesville Road High School athletes participating in fall sports should have received a travel attestation form from their respective coaches. A copy of this form can be accessed using the attached link. This form must be turned in to your child’s coach no later than Friday, September 24.




Leesville Safe Routes to School Road Project

The City of Raleigh is set to begin a comprehensive road project that will impact traffic flow for all three Leesville Road campuses beginning in early October through May 2022. For more detailed information about the project, please see the link at the top of our webpage.




Early Graduation Meeting

Students planning to or considering participating in our Midyear Graduation ceremony will need to attend the Early Graduation Meeting Tuesday, October 5 at 6:30 pm. More information is forthcoming within the next week.




Board Advisory Council Meeting

Leesville Road High School will be hosting the District 7 WCPSS Board Advisory Council Meeting beginning 6 pm on Thursday, September 23. The meeting will be held in the school auditorium. All visitors and attendants are required to wear masks inside the building.




Interim Reports (repeat)

Teachers will have interim grades posted the week of September 20. Students should have grades for all classes no later than Friday, September 24.




Senior Class Meeting Information (repeat)

The 2022 Senior Class Meeting held virtually on September 9th can be viewed in its entirety by accessing the LRHS Senior Information link under the Pride News Section of the website. From there, scroll down on the attached flyer to the Senior Resources section. There, you are able to access the video.




Attendance Office Protocols (repeat)

This is a reminder that students who need to be dismissed early should be picked up by 1:30 pm. Anytime later than 1:30 pm leads to a more congested carpool process. Also, please be sure to send all absence notes and requests to the Attendance Office and not individual teachers. Mrs. Weatherington is your contact in the attendance office at .




Chromebook Device Distribution (repeat)

Chromebook device distribution began last week and will continue for the next two weeks. We are strongly encouraging all students to accept their school issued device as they are supported by WCPSS Tech Services in the event it malfunctions. Parents should also be aware that personal computers and devices are not configured and will not be usable for any standardized End of Course Tests. All students have or will receive a device acceptance form that must be filled out and returned to the media center acknowledging whether they have accepted their assigned device. This form will also be made available on our website.




LRHS Health & Safety Manual 2021-2022 (repeat)

 The following link provides you with information and answers to questions you may have regarding daily operations that account for COVID-19 concerns we all have.




Preparing for School Transportation (repeat)

Bus routes, stops, and times have now been posted in Powerschool.  Please review this information with your child(ren) and make sure they are aware of their specific transportation details.  Also, due to the shortage of bus drivers, routes may be arriving earlier in the mornings, and may be dropping off later in the afternoons.  The county has indicated that some students may be arriving to school as early as 6:35 AM and may leave school as late as 3:05 PM because of the need to add or double up on existing bus routes.

Additional changes could be made during the first few weeks of school. Please be reminded that students should be ready and waiting for the bus at least 10 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive.  WCPSS Transportation Services ask that parents please be patient as routes settle during the first few weeks of school.  With students becoming familiar with this new routine, bus routes may take more time.




Preparing for the PSAT (repeat)

Students preparing for the October 13th PSA may take the official PSAT practice tests and get diagnostic information that can be used to improve future performance. These tests can be found at




Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society (repeat)

Mu Alpha Theta is a National Math Honor Society open to students who meet the following qualifications: Completed Math 3, completed at least one honors level math class, have completed at least two math classes in high school, and have an unweighted GPA in math classes of 3.5 or higher. Applications are due on September 27th. Please contact Ms. Conrad ( with any questions.




Thank you for your continued support of Leesville Road High School, where we take PRIDE in everything we do.