Daily Student Bulletin

September 21, 2018

Picture re-takes will be October 17th during lunch.                                                                      

If you bought an Activity ticket, please stop by the office and pick up your new Activity Ticket with your picture on it.

Don't forget to bring in your yellow paper activity ticket.                                                                    

GirlUp is a United Nations organization that helps advocate for girls in other countries so that they may gain rights and further their education. If you’re interested in joining Girl Up LC or would like more information, check out the bulletin board in Pod 100. Be sure to join us at our next meeting Tuesday, Sept. 25th after school in Mrs. Shannon’s room, room 106. We will be planning out volunteer opportunities and much more!                                                        

Good morning, Titans!  This is an announcement to remind you a very powerful Fast Forward! event that is next month -- our annual college fair.  On Thursday, October 11, from 9:30-11:30, over 60 colleges and organizations will have representatives set up in our large gym.  They are coming to LCHS to answer YOUR questions.  Some of your teachers will bring you during class time, while others of you will need to get a pass from your teacher.  All student attendees should have a preregistration bar code either printed or on their cell phone screen.  Go here to preregister and to get your bar code: http://www.gotocollegefairs.com/.   Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to get information from multiple colleges and organizations in a short amount of time.        


Attention Juniors:  If you are ranked in the Top 50 students for your class, you should seriously consider signing up to take the PSAT that is given here at LCHS on the morning of Wednesday, October 10.  A score from your junior year PSAT is the only way to earn recognition as a National Merit Scholar, as was done by LC 2018 grad Gabe Kjeldgaard.  This recognition can lead to not only thousands of dollars from National Merit; it can also earn you full tuition at some colleges.  To sign up for the PSAT, bring a $16 registration fee to Mary Knavel in our front office.  With the payment of your registration fee, you will receive the Student Guide with Practice Test booklet.  National Merit Scholars always read the student guide and take the practice test. The PSAT registration deadline is Monday, October 1.  If you have questions about the PSAT, please see or email Mrs. Bode-Steinke.


Attention SENIORS:  If you are college bound after you graduate, the FAFSA is calling your name. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), is a vital piece of documentation that can lead to grants, scholarships, work study opportunities and more. Don’t miss this important first step towards funding your future.  LCHS Counselors and staff certified in FAFSA Assistance will be offering their services free of charge to seniors and/or their parents on Monday, October 8, in the High School Media Center. Open hours will be from 4:30-7:30 p.m. and no appointment is necessary. Computers will even be provided for your convenience. Don’t delay, put this event on your calendar today!


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 pass for you when the representative arrives.


The University of Northern Iowa will be here at 10:00 on Monday, September 24.   UNI is a Regent university of just under 12,000 students located in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and it is the least expensive of the Regent universities. Its most popular majors are business, management, marketing, and related support services; education; social sciences; and parks, recreation, leisure, and fitness studies. UNI is offering two new programsthis year:  Special Events Public Relations and Sports Public Relations.





Simpson College will be here at 11:30 on Tuesday, September 25.    Simpson is a small private college in Indianola, Iowa. Several LC graduates are currently attending Simpson. It has about 1,600 students, and its most popular majors are in business, education, communication, journalism, and related programs.  If your family's adjusted gross income is less than $60,000, the Simpson Promise guarantees your free tuition.


During lunch times, the United States Marine Corps will be set up by the cafeteria the second and fourth Tuesday of every month.  The United States Navy will be set up there the third Monday of every month.  The Iowa National Guard will also set up there on the first and third Thursday of each month, and the United State Army will be set up on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.   If you are considering a military career, please be sure to stop by and introduce yourself to these recruiters.


Seniors, the following scholarship was just added to the list of scholarships on our School Counseling Scholarship List webpage:




Qualification Factors

App Deadline


QuestBridge College Match Scholarship

Full tuition to 1 of 40 highly selective colleges

Financial need (household income of less than $65,000/family of 4), rank in the Top Ten Percent of the class, ACT score of 28 or better; first generation 4-year college students given preference;click here for info and to apply

Sept. 27, 2018


Hy-Vee Foundation Scholarship

(80 awarded)

Must be working for Hy-Vee (hired beforeSept. 15, 2018) or be the son or daughter of a Hy-Vee employee who began work before September 15, 2018; ACT score; personal reference; click here for info and to access application

Feb. 8, 2019


Horatio Alger Scholar Award

up to $25,000

Graduating this year and enrolling in a career or technical training program at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States; Federal Pell grant eligible as demonstrated on the FAFSA; demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity; U.S. citizen;click here for national application
click here for State of Iowa application

Oct. 25, 2018

owa Newspaper Foundation Scholarships

8 different scholarships offered

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

Feb. 15, 2019


The play is set in a group home for developmentally disabled men and women.  The four developmentally men or women live under the supervision of an earnest, but increasingly "burned out" young social worker.


We meet Norman, who works in a doughnut shop and is unable to resist the lure of the sweet pastries, takes great pride in the huge bundle of keys that dangles from his waist; there's Lucien P. Smith who has the mind of a five-year-old but imagines that he is able to read and comprehend the weighty books he lugs about; we meet Arnold, the ringleader of the group, is a hyperactive, compulsive chatterer, who suffers from deep-seated insecurities and a persecution complex; and there's  Barry, a brilliant schizophrenic who is devastated by the unfeeling rejection of his brutal father, fantasizes that he is a golf pro. 


Mingled with scenes from the daily lives of these four, where "little things" sometimes become momentous (and often very funny), are moments of great poignancy when, with touching effectiveness, we are reminded that the handicapped, like the rest of us, want only to love and laugh and find some meaning and purpose in the brief time that they, like their more fortunate brothers, are allotted on this earth.



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