Evening @ LÊP is a credit recovery program for students transferring in from other schools or for day school students who would be more successful in a self-paced environment. Students applying mid-semester and too late to earn credit in the LEP Day School, will find Evening @ LÊP a great place to enroll to earn credits before transitioning to Day School. Students earn credit through an online program, as well as through credit by exam and independent study options. Evening School students are expected to complete work outside of school hours so they are considered full-time students. Students able to enroll in either the day or evening program, but not both simultaneously. To register: complete the online application, and contact Ms. Theresa Smallwood at (503) 254-2537 ext. 191. Evening @ LÊP is a place where students…
Frequently Asked Questions about Evening @ LÊP: Q: What kind of students are best served at Evening @ LÊP? A: The students best served at Evening @ LÊP are students who have been in another high school and have not earned all their credits, those who transfer to LEP too late in a term to earn credit, or students who work or care for family members during the day. Q: What are the hours? A: The hours are Monday-Friday; 4:30-7pm. Students may also work from any internet connection outside of evening school hours. Multnomah County Library offers up to 2.0 hours a day for student internet access. Q: How much does it cost? A: As with all aspects of our program, there is no cost to attend. Q: How many credits can a student earn? A: Most students earn about three credits per semester, but those motivated to put in additional time and effort are able to earn more. Q: Can I attend a day school or other evening school program while earning credits with LEP? A: No. Students enrolled at Evening @ LÊP will be considered full-time students of LEP.
Evening @ LÊP Staff
Ms. Rebeccah White Evening School Coordinator and ESL Specialist email@example.com
Ms. Rebeccah currently serves as the Evening School Coordinator and ESL Specialist. She received a B.A. from the University of Oregon in International Studies and a Master of Arts in Teaching from the School for International Training. Ms. Rebeccah began her teaching career in St. Helens, Oregon and also taught ESL at the secondary level in both Hillsboro and Beaverton. She grew up learning about the importance of education from her mother, who was an elementary educator deeply committed to equity and ecological stewardship. She has lived abroad in Mexico, Chile and Costa Rica. Additionally, she has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Western Europe. She feels very grateful to be part of such an inspiring learning community at LEP.
Cameron Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
I attended Concordia University in north east Portland where I was Scholar athlete with a major in education and a minor in exercise and sports science. College baseball taught me about community, teamwork, and leadership, traits that LEP instills in it’s students. I enjoy the outdoors of the great north west. I am an avid skydiver, mountain biker, and camper.
Mr. Matthew Brandt-Lazar email@example.com
Matthew Brandt-Lazar is currently an Evening @ LÊP teacher. He is from Palo Alto, California and has studied at UCLA and Portland State. He has an Masters of Education from Portland State (2005) and is certified to teach Social Studies and Language Arts. Matthew taught in public schools in Japan for three years in the JET Program and has also had significant experience in the Portland Metro area. He enjoys reading, hiking, and chess.
Mr. Sean Gillespie firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently enrolled Evening @ LÊP students can work from home at lephigh.owschools.com
Your login is: first name, last initial (EXAMPLE: rebeccahw) Password: 123456 (we recommend you change this after the first log-in)
For more information, please call 503-610-3233. Emails can be sent to email@example.com