Los Alamos High School Students Promote ‘Court For A Cause’

LAHS 2022 Homecoming Court. Courtesy photo


Los Alamos High School is celebrating homecoming this week as they prepare to compete against the Pojoaque Elks at the football game on Friday.  Congratulations to the following students who were selected for this year’s homecoming court:  Dominic Dowdy, Toni Galassi, Erin Gattis, Luke Gonzales, Abera Hettinga, Yunseo Kim, Lourdes Ledoux, Tara McDonald, Amelia Osborne, Isabelle Price, Seth Yost and Lenny Zhao.

The students on the newly selected homecoming court are continuing the tradition started in 2019 by giving back to an important cause.  This year the court is encouraging members of the community to donate to LAPS Foundation, specifically to fund mini grants for teachers.  LAPS Foundation has had more requests for mini grants this year as the program has grown.  Thanks to these exemplary students for showing support for all teachers in the district so they have the resources they need for their classrooms without having to spend their own money. 

The homecoming court has set up a page to collect donations that will be used to fund mini grants. To contribute to ‘Court for a Cause’, visit  lapsfoundation.com/court-for-a-cause.

For the last three LAHS homecomings our community has donated over $5000 in total to ‘Court for a Cause’.  Let’s show some Hilltopper Pride again this year through giving that makes an impact.

About LAPS Foundation

The Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization that helps the local community provide an extraordinary education for Los Alamos students. Los Alamos has given over $2 million to fund opportunities students and teachers would not have otherwise. To learn more about LAPS Foundation and how to get involved and/or make a donation, visit lapsfoundation.com or call 505.500.6501. Donations to LAPS Foundation, a 501(C)(3) organization, are tax-deductible.