LPS is cancelling all classes for Friday, April 27, 2018 due to insufficient staffing.

Please click here to read a communication from Superintendent Brian Ewert regarding the closure.

Parent Groups

Accountability Committee

The Heritage High School Accountability Committee serves both advisory and school accountability functions. The committee consists of parents, students, teachers, school principal, and community members. All meetings are open to the public for observation, and members of the public are provided opportunities to address the committee at all regular meetings.

2016-2017 HAC Members: 
Garrett Arbuckle, Student
Susan Bassow, Parent/Chair
Wade Billeisen, Teacher
Julie Cantwell, Teacher
Ellie Fajer, Student
Emma Kasahar, Student
Shannon Neary, Parent
Taylor Nossaman, Student
DeAnn Reaves, Parent
Jill Rickard, Teacher/DAC Rep
Stacey Riendeau, Principal
Krista Simonson, PTO/HAC Liaison
Hari Singh, Parent
Jan tenBraak, Parent
Alondra Torres Rivera, Student
Katie Troutman, Student
Valerie Wassill, Parent

2017-2018 Accountability Committee Meetings
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Community Room

September 12, 2017
October 10, 2017
November 14, 2017
December 12, 2017
January 9, 2018 (Joint mtg with PTO at 6 p.m. in Library)
February 13, 2018
March 13, 2018
April 10, 2018
May 8, 2018

HHS HAC ByLaws Dec 2015.pdf

After Prom
After-Prom is a massive parent-organized activity at Heritage. Parents donate food, drinks, prizes, materials, creative talent and countless hours of time decorating the school and running the event which runs from 11 p.m. until 4 a.m. the night of Prom. The activity, created to give students a fun and safe alternative on Prom night, continues because of the dedication of Heritage parents. Each year a different theme is selected, and booster groups select a hallway or part of the building to decorate and manage during the evening. If you would be interested in helping out, please contact either your booster club or your PTO After-Prom coordinator.

Booster Clubs
While parents are not required to join the various booster clubs associated with athletic and student-sponsored groups, it is through strong parental participation and donations that we are able to provide the high quality of programs that we do. We would therefore encourage every parent to become active in their respective booster groups here at Heritage. If you aren't sure if your group has a booster club, please contact the sponsor or coach to find out.

Parent Volunteers
Parent volunteers play a huge part in the success of Heritage High School. From supplying dinners on conference days to manning the copy center, parents make a difference at our school. If you would like to become involved as a parent volunteer, look at possible opportunities on the PTO website and then contact our PTO volunteer coordinator.

Volunteers are also encouraged to attend free district workshops on a wide range of topics. Click here to see a listing of current volunteer opportunities and workshops