Daily Student Bulletin

October 23, 2017

State Football Playoff shirt order forms are available on Peachjar or in the office.  They are due by 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday 10/24/17.  Sorry, but no late orders will be taken due to time restrictions.

It's not too late to get involved with FCCLA!  Pay the $25 membership dues to the office by OCTOBER 31st!  If you have any questions, contact Ms.Sieck or Ms. Healey                                                                                       

There will be a meeting for any girls that are interested in playing basketball this year in coach Archer’s room (309) on Tuesday October 24th right after school. Please plan on attending if you are going out. If you cannot make it please see coach Archer sometime in the next two days!                                                                           

Lewis Central's student council is hosting a Halloween Movie Night tonight at 6:00pm. Come to the commons with blankets, lawn chairs, snacks, and friends to watch the Halloween classic Hocus Pocus! See you all there! 

School Traditions will be here during lunch on Thursday, November 9 to take late graduation orders and deliver class rings.                                                                                                                                                        

Students for Life club at LC is now taking place in the mornings!  Join us tomorrow morning in Mrs Rulla's room! Hope to see you there.                                                                                                                                             

Spanish club is meeting this Tuesday after school in Ms. Allard's room from 2:45-3:45. ‚ÄčNos vemos pronto :) 

DDTW Team welcome to pre-production week.  Two weeks to go and lots to get done and to accomplish.  It's time for all of us to tighten our belts and dig in on our path to victory.  Reminder that all members of the team need to attend the remaining rehearsals and tech day.  We will rehearse from 3:00-6:00 today.  We will meet outside McG's room to make sure that everyone has a ride.  We have important production, publicity, program, costume and set work to accomplish.  We also have important acting work to accomplish.  We will glib Act II lines at the beginning of rehearsal and then continue our start/stop work in Act I.  Please be on time, please remember to bring your script and a pencil to every rehearsal.  See you tonight. 

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE for the Drama Department's fall comedy DON'T DRINK THE WATER by Woody Allen.  Imagine being on vacation in a foreign land and innocently taking pictures.  Now imagine that members of the communist police see you taking photos and thinking that you're a spy.  Imagine running for your lives to the U.S. Embassy and having the police follow you.  All of this creates a hysterical situation when three Americans--a caterer, his lovely wife and his innocent daughter--are forced to hide in the United State embassy.  Buy your ticket early and save money.  Tickets are $6.00 in advance for students and $8.00 at the door and $8.00 in advance for adults and $10.00 at the door.  Join us in celebrating the comic talent of our cast, our wonderfully talented set crew, our awesome and dedicated directing team.  Get your ticket today with members of the DDTW team and in the LC Principal's office.  

All you writers out there it’s time to showcase your poetry or short story in Lewis Central’s literary magazine, “The Mighty Pen.”  This will be your ONLY opportunity to be published this year so please submit your work electronically to Mrs. Nielsen at lnielsen@lewiscentral.org by Thursday, October 24th until noon.   This includes you too, teachers.  So don’t wait.  Become a published writer today!                                                                                        

Here is the information about COLLEGE VISITS from our Student Handbook:  

College Visits

Students are encouraged to visit college campuses on weekends or school holidays. However, if that cannot be arranged, students may be allowed to visit college campuses with pre-arranged permission of the school counselor AND a note signed by the student's parents. College visits cleared by parents in this manner are excused absences.

That means students must bring their school counselor a note from their parents that includes the name of the college and the date visiting at least 24 hours before the college visit.                                               

The following colleges will have representatives in our School Counseling office.  If you want to meet with a college representative, simply email Renee at rkybat@lewiscentral.org, and she will send a call slip for you when the representative arrives.

 Wayue State College will be here at 10:30 on Tuesday, October 24.  Wayne State is located in Wayne, Nebraska, a 2-hour drive from Council Bluffs. It has about 3,500 students and is priced very reasonably for Iowa students; in fact, a large number of on-campus students are Iowa high school graduates. Its most popular majors are education, business, psychology, criminal justice, and recreation, leisure and fitness studies. Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Bode-Steinke, Mr. Nickman, and Mr. Archer are all Wayne State grads. Ask them about their Wildcat pride. 

The United States Marine Corps plans to set up by the cafeteria the first and third Wednesday of each month, while the United States Armyplans to set up on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.  If you are interested in a Fast Forward! graduation plan of entering the military, you should take the time to introduce yourself and talk with these recruiters.

Seniors, these Fast Forward! Scholarship Opportunities are also available on our School Counseling Department webpages:  http://tinyurl.com/y8yxrt95

Title

Amount

Qualification Factors

App Deadline

Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship

$800

Must be of the Protestant faith, a resident of Iowa, and attending the University of Iowa full time in the 2018-19 school year.
See Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the application.

May 1, 2018

Marie Curie Scholarship
at the College of St. Mary

$20,000/yr
for 4 yrs

Female senior; must be accepted to CSM, 3.5/4.0 GPA; science and math GPA of 3.0/4.0; major in biology, chemistry, or mathematics;click here for info and to apply

Dec. 15, 2017

Iowa Newspaper Foundation Scholarships (8 total)

$500-$1,000

Seeking a college major preparing one for a career in media; participation in yearbook or newspaper at LCHS;click here for info and single application

Feb, 9, 2018

 

Hy-Vee Foundation Scholarships

$1,000
(80 awarded)

Must be working for Hy-Vee (hired before Sept. 16, 2017) or the son or daughter of a Hy-Vee employee who began work before March 15, 2017; ACT score; personal reference;click here for info and to access application

Feb. 10, 2018

Grand Lodge of Iowa
Masonic Scholarship

$2,000

Service to school and community with special emphasis upon leadership roles; strong academic record, communication skills, and financial need are also considered.
Click here for info and the application.

Feb. 1, 2018

 


MCEC Technical Scholarships

Varies

Must plan to enroll in a mechanical or trades course of study at an Iowa community college; solid academic record, communication skills, and financial need.
Click here for info and to apply

March 1, 2018


 

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