April 20, 2015
Students are not to walk to the Middle School on early out Wednesdays. This also includes using the back road for those that drive.
Students eating and or remaining after school on early out days must remain in the commons area and seated at a lunch table. Students will not be allowed to wait in the hallway near the trophy cases or in areas other than the commons. Students will remain seated at a lunch table until the dismissal announcement has been made.
Project 21 Council Bluffs is offering up to five top winner $1,000 scholarships, up to five $500 runner-up scholarships, and up to five honorable mention scholarships. High school students must submit an article, poster, or project that educates others about the consequences of underage gambling. If you are interested in participating, see Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the rules and the application. The deadline for entries is Wednesday, April 22.
A $1,000 scholarship is being offered by the FBI Omaha Divisions Citizens Academy Alumni Association. One scholarship is ear-marked for an Iowa senior. You must have at least a 2.75 GPA and write a 1,000-word essay on a life experience that has greatly influenced you. See Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the paper application. The deadline is May 29.
The Children's Cancer Connection Empowering Scholarships are offered in values of $500 to $5,000. Applicants must have first-hand experience of childhood cancer, either battling it themselves or by one of their siblings, attend an accredited college or trade school, and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. See Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the paper application. The deadline is Friday, May 29.
Are you interested in taking an AP online course? Registration for next fall AP classes is now available. Course offerings include: Psychology, US History, US Government, Statistics, Economics, Language and Comp, and more...Visit with Mrs. Duitsman to inquire about these options and to register.
Attention students who requested a FALL PSEO class: You must see Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the necessary paperwork and select your class or classes. Please email her with some possible times you could set an appointment. All Fall 2015 PSEO classes require registration before summer break, or IWCC will not allow you to attend.
THE END IS NEAR! This rings true for so many reasons. For seniors, the end of high school is near. For the Chicago Cubs, the end is near. For the LC Ecology Club shoe drive - The end is near.
We will continue to collect used shoes through Earth Day - Wednesday April 22, 2015. Clean out your closet and donate your shoes to the bin near the front office. You've done well LC. Keep it up!
Young Leaders Wanted: Consider joining the Pottawattamie Youth Council, a youth leadership group that focuses on service, grant-making, and leadership development. Applications for membership during the 2015-2016 school year are now being accepted. Find the Pottawattamie Youth Council on Facebook, Twitter, or at www.promisepartners.org. Watch for them in the lunchroom today.
Boys in grades 9-12 interested in baseball: there will be a meeting in the media center after school on Tues. April 21st. If you have any questions, see Coach Koester or Coach Toole.
There was a ring found. See Donna in the office to identify.
Congratulations to Abbey Brickley and William White selected as best of center for being the best performers at TJ at State Solo and Small Ensemble contest this past Sat. More results from State tomorrow.
ATTENTION to the AWESOME LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL TEAM including our wonderful Pit Orchestra…welcome to Production Week. The auditorium will be open from 3:00 until we are done tonight. Please see Dominika Jedinak or Mason Jones about cuts to the set and shift assignments if you are one of our backstage team members. We will be writing and working light cues from 3:00-6:00 PM today. We will be working window shifts from 6:00-6:30 tonight with the OMIGOD Opening Number Girls and men who are part of the shift. All actors, musicians, etc. need to be in seats and ready to roll at 6:30 PM. We will be running through the entire show tonight with as few stops as possible…hopefully none. BREAK A LEG and CHEERS TO YOU for your incredible work this weekend with the ACT, Prom, Small Group Solo and Ensemble and our rehearsal. We are all very proud of you and we’re ready to gear up for incredible success this week.
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE with members of the cast, directing team, production team and in the principal’s office. Don’t miss this Iowa debut and LC Performing Arts celebration of our winning tradition of excellence. Over 100 students have been involved in building, running, designing and performing this whirlwind of a musical that takes us to over 15 scenic locations with 25 non-stop, foot tapping, dancing in your seats music. Join Elle, Bruiser, Paulette and the entire LEGALLY BLONDE Gang this Friday and Saturday nights. Tickets are $6.00 in advance for students and $8.00 at the door. Tickets are $8.00 in advance for adults and $10.00 at the door. OMIGOD you guys..it’s going to be a hit and you can be a part of it.
Congratulations to Andrew Schnitker & Kayley Lightfoot on becoming LC Prom King & Queen 2015.
A special thank you to Mr. Beyenhof, Mr. Vinchattle & Mr Vogelzang for Chaperoning & Cindy Brockman & John Drake for taking tickets. And a great job by the Junior Class Officers.
Titans of the Week. Each week four students (one from each grade level) will be recognized as Titans of the Week. These students will be nominated by staff as exemplary models of respect, responsibility and initiative at Lewis Central High School. This week only two students were chosen. The Titans of the Week for the week of April 20 are Mikayla Loland and Mitch Moran.
National Library Week winners. Mike Fulton knew that in the story of Peter Pan the crocodile swallowed a ticking alarm clock. There are 24 time zones on earth. Veronika Finck won the Teacher Watching You contest. A total of 10 students had all their library fines forgiven. Come to the library to claim your prizes. Thanks to those who participated.