Lake Gibson High School Class of 2021

News and Announcements

Dear Senior Parents, Guardians, Family, Friends, Teachers and Staff,

It’s hard to believe that we are closing in on the completion of another school year. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has made this school year a challenge unlike any other, the senior class at Lake Gibson High School has persevered. To celebrate their fortitude and accomplishments, Lake Gibson High School is launching a new initiative called The Gold Letter Envelope Program.

This program will give families an opportunity to honor their child, grandchild, niece, nephew, cousin or friend of the family by sending a special note or card of congratulations on his or her upcoming graduation.  Every student will receive a large Gold Envelope containing messages of well wishes and words of encouragement.  The notes, letters and cards will be kept confidential until they are given to seniors on their last day on campus, May 20.

As Braves rise above, they need some love. Help us inspire our senior class with letters of encouragement as they prepare for life after high school.

Please send letters and/or cards to the address below or drop them off in the GOLD ENVELOPE boxes provided in the Main Office.

 

STUDENT’S FULL NAME

C/O Kevin McDonald, Dean of Students

GOLD LETTER ENVELOPE PROGRAM
Lake Gibson High School

7007 N. Socrum Loop Road

Lakeland, FL 33809

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR GOLD LETTER ENVELOPE CARDS AND LETTERS

Please keep in mind that letters will be collected for over 400 students.  It is IMPERATIVE that you follow these guidelines.

·         Send in cards or letters no larger than 8 X 10.

·         No packages will be accepted.

·         Do not send anything of value to the school; we are not responsible for cash, checks, gift cards, etc.

·         If sending several envelopes inside a larger one, please put the student’s full name on ALL envelopes in case they get separated.

·         Keep letters and cards flat.

ALL CARDS AND LETTERS MUST ARRIVE AT THE SCHOOL BY Friday, May 14.  We encourage you to send your letters as early as possible.

Let’s show the Class of 2021 how very special they are to us as we acknowledge their achievements over the last 13 years!!