Seniors: It is time to vote for Senior Superlatives and class flower, song, color and motto. You will receive a senior class voting worksheet from your English teacher. Use the woeksheet to make your choices, then vote online by using the link provided. Online voting opens on Monday, March 23rd.
American Red Cross Blood Drive sign -ups will be on 3/24 during lunch periods. Blood drive will be 4/9/15.
Seniors: Representatives from Herff-Jones will be here on Thursday to hand out caps and gowns. Please bring money to pay final balances.
Juniors and Seniors: The junior/Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, April 25th at 7:00 p.m.. The theme for the 2015 prom is a Roaring Night in NYC. Decorations will highlight an urban cityscape with a contemporary take on the roaring twenties. Highlights of this year's prom includes a new DJ and an option to have a buffet dinner at the Urban Grille (formally the Brass Ring).
Ticket sales will begin on April 8th. The cost of a prom ticket, including dinner will be $25 PER PERSON. Tax and tip are included. The cost of a prom ticket with out dinner is $10.Refreshments will be served during the dance. A photographer will be available for prom pictures at both the Urban Grille and the school. This is the first year s formal dinners has been offered as part of the prom. There will be two dinner seatings available to choose from- one at 4:30 p.m. and one at 5:30 p.m.
Many National Honor Society students are available for one hour of tutoring this week. If any LHS student would like help with homework we can assign an NHS member during your lunch period or during the 2 hours in the morning before school.
The Prom Dress Recycling Program needs donations. Please bring dresses to the Salon on Main at 160 E. Main St. or Logan Clay Priducts. Dresses will be given away on Saturday April 21 from 9-4 at Logan Clay Products. Call 385-7942 for further information.
Sophomore Class fundraiser pick-up will be in on Wednesday, March 25, in the guidance office, from 2:30 - 4:00.
Thespian Troupe meeting on Wednesday 3/18 room 316 at 2:30.
All athletes participating in spring sports must attend the mandatory meeting with a parent Tuesday march 3 in the cafeteria. Attendance is required for eligibility.
Seniors- local scholarship applications are due on Monday, March 2, at 8 a.m.. All of YOUR applications should be turned in together in a folder. Counselors will attach the transcripts. Late applications will be marked and may not be processed.
Boys track practice for those that are not competing in a winter sport starts on Monday. Bring clothes and be prepared to go outside.
Girls Varsity Track and Field will begin on March 2 from 2:45 - 5:00. All athletes must have a completed physical to participate. If you were unable to attend the information meeting, there is information regarding Girls Track and Field available in the Athletic Office. If you have any questions, please EMAIL coach Sevcik.
2nd Annual Spring Craft Show and More. Saturday March, 7 from 9:00 - 3:00. Many raffles and hourly door prizes.
Student Council members: Please check your school EMAIL.
Attention all students. Celebrate My Drive is paying for all high school students to attend the girls basketball game on Saturday night. The Lady Chiefs can win the outright league championship with a win against the Lady Warriors of Warren. This is a huge game for the girls and they invite all students to attend and cheer them on to a win. If you are planning on attending, you must pick up a ticket during lunch periods in the athletic office before the game. No free admissions will be granted on game day.
Class rings may be ordered during lunch periods on Thursday, February 4 during lunch periods. A $75 deposit is required. Ring information is available in the office.
BOYS GOLF: There will be a meeting for any boy interested in playing golf next year, on Thursday at the end of first period. Students will be called over the PA.
To All Sophomores: Remember to sell your five items to help raise money for the prom. Money and orders are due in to Miss Norway in the guidance office on Friday, February 13.
The Hope Blooms Organization will be holding a coat/hat/gloves and sock drive this week for the local shelters. Students who bring in these items will be invited to a pizza party after the meeting on Monday, February 9. Students will need to be picked up after the meeting at PC. Hope Blooms will be re-organizing on Monday, February 9. If you have worked with this organization, please plan to attend, Free items will be given out. Also, friends are encouraged to attend.
Girls soccer- On Tuesday, 1/20 we will have a short meeting regarding winter training. Please meet in Ms. Pichels room immediately following announcements for information.
Boys tennis- All boys interested in playing tennis this spring should attend a meeting on Thursday January 22, at the beginning of 7th period in room 161 with Coach Seimer. Important details for conditioning and participation requirements will be presented. This is a "must attend" meeting.
The Thespian troupe will have a meeting today, Wednesday 1/14, after school in room 316. All members are expected to attend.
Night school is being offered through Beyond The Bell beginning on Tuesday 1/20. Classes are being offered in Algebra 1, English 1,2,&3. Any students who failed the 1st and 2nd 9 weeks in these classes can recover credit this 9 weeks.
-See Wendy in the office or Mrs. Hildreth in room 145 for information or to register.
Baseball Players- There is hitting today from 5-7 at the middle school.
High School Archery open tryouts will resume today at 6:00 p.m. at the Old Sprouts Building on Chieftain Dr. and will continue through Thursday. If questions contact Coach Sheets at 808-2283.
Indoor Track Practice for Sprinters only is cancelled.
CURRENT SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS: Ohio Business Week (OBW) is an exciting weeklong summer program that gives eligible high school students from around the state unique, hands on experience with business and entrepreneurship. Students learn directly from the pros how to establish and run their own company. Hosted on a college campus, students are also able to experience what campus life is like, and lay the groundwork for a successful future, If you are interested in attending OBW, please see Ms. Norway in the guidance office, or Mrs. Myers in room 202.