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Good Afternoon -

Any boy or girl in grades 9-12 interested in trying out for the bowling team should stop in the athletic office and sign up by November 3rd.  

There is an opportunity for a couple of students to earn some extra money next Saturday, October 28th.  You must be able to do some heavy lifting as it will include moving some furniture/appliances.  If interested, stop by the HS office for more information.


HOBY Applications are now available in the high school guidance office! They are due on Tuesday, October 31st.  All tenth graders are eligible, but only two students are selected to represent LCHS.  To help in the selection process, students will write a 75-100 word essay on a leadership topic and complete the HOBY application. Information on HOBY and essay forms are available in the Guidance Office.  The seminar is offered at no cost to the students and is held at a regional university.  For more information talk with Mrs. Braucksieck.

National Honor Society members are reminded to attend our meeting next Monday in Ms. Mericle's room during first homeroom. Be prepared to discuss our ongoing fundraisers.

There will be an Art Club Meeting tomorrow during first lunch.

The Powder Puff Football Game will be held on Monday, beginning at 7:30 at Tiger Stadium.  Admission will be $1 (which will be donated to a local cancer organization) or 1 canned food item (donated to a local food pantry).  Come out and support your classmates!

Digital Citizenship Week

Thursday - Congratulations to today’s Digital Citizenship prize winners Emma Bowers and Mrs. Setmire for their positive posts. There are still lots of good prizes left, so be sure to complete an activity or post positive with the hashtag positivelylc to enter your name in the drawing!   Check out the About Tab in the Google Classroom to meet Curran Dee.  Curran is the founder and “Chief Kid Officer” of DigCitKids, Digital Citizenship for kids,  by kids, as well as a TEDxYoung speaker.  He moderates chats about digital citizenship and student voice on Twitter.  His wish is for all students everywhere to have digital access, and he sees DigCitKids as a way to amplify student voices in the classroom.  Read about even more amazing kids in the About Tab and add your answer to the flipgrid that asks “What does Be That KIND of Kid” mean to you?    

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