Daily Student Bulletin

 April 12, 2021


For those students registered to take the ACT this coming Saturday, please remember that you must bring your printed ACT Admissions Ticket AND an ACT-approved picture ID (see www.actstudent.org if you have questions).  MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE REQUIRED.  You should also bring at least three #2 pencils, not mechanical pencils, and an ACT-approved calculator you are used to using.  Also, ACT's rule is NO CELL PHONES at all during any of the morning.  If you are testing at LCHS, check-in begins at 7:30.

The Senior Class Picture and meeting will be on Thursday during 1st hour! We hope to see all seniors there. Wear your LC gear. 
If any senior would like Ms. Sieck or the yearbookers to take their senior picture, please send Sieck and email! We would be glad to arrange something with you! We are also planning to be at the school this Sunday from 5:00-7:00 for anyone that would like their pictures taken! 

Give girls the prom they deserve!

LC Girl Up is currently collecting donations of gently used prom dresses. All dresses collected will be made available to teens in the Lewis Central community during a free shopping event in late April. Dress donations can be brought to Mrs. Shannon's room, room 106!                                                           

SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The college admissions counselor from the Wayne State College will be conducting a virtual meeting with interested juniors and seniors at 1:00 on this Tuesday, April 13.  WSC is a small college about a 2-hour drive from CB.  It is well known for its education, business, industrial technology, criminal justice, and social work programs.  If Wayne State is one of the colleges you are considering, you should attend this meeting.  If you want to meet with the Wayne State representative in the School Counseling Office tomorrow, you must fill out the form emailed to you by Mrs. Bode-Steinke this morning, April 12, so that she can send a call slip for you.        

Here is a post high school opportunity in the trades-

Local Ironworkers are now accepting applications online from April 12 through April 23 for their 4 year Apprenticeship program.

Apply online at https://www.iw21.org/

Applicants must be 18, have a high school diploma, physically capable of performing essential functions of the apprenticeship, be a legal resident and provide proof of a valid photo ID.

See Mrs. Peverill if you need or want additional information.                                                                            

SENIORS:  Scholarships are listed at the website below. Mrs. Bode-Steinke also emails the entire class when a new scholarship is added, so please be checking your school email on a regular basis.


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