Lanphier needs your voice, energy and time! PTO/F.A.C.E. Team meet monthly and provide volunteers, funds, decision-making, and more!
We come together to learn and set goals for the year to support student achievement.
Our mission as a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) & Family & Community Engagement (FACE) at Lanphier High School is to promote and encourage communication between parents, teachers, administration and the community.
PTO/FACE meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm in FACE Room/104. F.A.C.E.
Lanphier Welcomes incoming Freshman! April-2017
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Welcome From Ms. Deal
Greetings Lanphier Families:
I would first like to welcome each of you back to another awesome school year! For those who haven’t met me, my name is Tracy Deal and I am your Title I Parent Educator. This is my fourth year here at Lanphier and my 11th year in this job title. Some of you may be familiar with the roles of a Parent Educator from your child’s experience in the elementary and middle school years. But for those who are not, I would like to take this moment to give a brief summary of my roles and responsibilities. First of all my main role is to play as a liaison for the families to make certain that your student has a successful four years of high school. To ensure this I work closely with Families, Administration, faculty, and staff to help assist in the areas that a student or their parents may have a struggle. I then reach out to the community for resources needed for the student or their family. Some of you may wonder what types of resources are available. Well, these resources vary from academic, economic, physical and mental. I am also a part of the Title I family events such as Open house, Student of the Month Breakfast, Lion’s tour, parent teacher’s conferences and will be at different sports events this year to pass out Title I literature as needed. I am located in room 104, which is the FACE (Family and Community Engagement) room. I encourage each of you to be a part of our PTO-FACE Team because your voice matters. Please feel free to stop by and visit me. No appointment necessary. You may also call me at (217) 525-3080 ext. 51174. Once again welcome!
Title I Parent Educator
District 186 Mission: Building Relationships and Partnerships to Support Student Achievement. "Springfield Public School District defines Family and Community Engagement as school, family & community partnerships built on trust and meaningful communication that creates strong academic support systems for all students."