LRHS orientations introduce over 1000 to school culture, expectations

Anabelle Lam – Mustangs Ahead Senior Editor

Members of the LRHS Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) sell spirt wear at Thursday’s new Mustang orientations.

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – In preparation for the 2021-2022 school year, LRHS held orientation for new Mustangs on Thursday.  The two sessions welcomed over 1000 new Mustangs, parents and other family members.

At orientation many important rules and procedures were reviewed.

For the first day of school, Mustangs will report to their “alpha” homeroom at 7:30 a.m. where they will receive their schedules.

Homeroom lists can be found here or posted around LRHS.

All hallways and walkways at LRHS will be one way and a map can be found here.

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LRHS administration, teachers, and Student Government Association (SGA) Mustangs will be around campus to help guide traffic.

All Mustangs must always have their IDs on and visible.

Headphones and cell phone use is prohibited except before school and during lunch. They cannot be visible at any other time.

Principal Dustin Dahliquist stated, “I think LRHS is the best school in the state and this is your chance to be part of that.”

More information can be found in the Manatee County Student Code of Conduct here.