Daily Student Bulletin

October 22, 2014

 Hy-Vee’s Cash For Students has started.  Please save your receipts and bring to Donna in the office.

 

Washington University in St. Louis invites prospective students and their parents to attend a presentation about their university at the Omaha Marriott in Regency, which is near Westroads mall, on Thursday, October 23, 2014.  No reservation is needed.  Washington University - St. Louis is a traditional university with almost 14,000 students, and a graduation rate of 93 percent.  Take this opportunity to learn more about it before deciding whether or not to make a campus visit.          

 

Over 160 colleges will participate in the Omaha Area College Fair on Sunday, October 26.  This college fair will run from 1:00-4:00 in the Sapp Fieldhouse at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  It is totally free and offers you a great chance to talk with many colleges before deciding which ones you will visit.  Go to nebraskacollegefairs.org to learn more or to preregister.                                                                                                                                

 

The following colleges will be in School Counseling.  Please get a pass from Renee or Mrs. Bode-Steinke to take advantage of this great opportunity to talk with a representative one on one or in a small group.

 

Iowa Central Community College, which is located in Fort Dodge, and has about 6,200 students, will be here at 11:00 today

ICCC has almost all men's and women's major sports, including swimming and wrestling.                            

 

The University of Nebraska Lincoln will be here at 1:30 on Thursday.  UNL has almost 25,000 students, with well-known agriculture and music colleges, and of course, they are home to the Huskers!                                 

                                                                                                                                   

The University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Business Administration is hosting an INSIDE CBA student visitation event on Tuesday, November 18.  LCHS can send up to four juniors or seniors to this event.  The first four juniors or four seniors who have a serious interest in majoring in business and who see Mrs. Bode-Steinke will receive invitations.  Attendees will also have a chance to apply for the new CBA Scholars Academy and scholarships. If you are a junior or senior seriously interested in a business major, see Mrs. Bode-Steinke as soon as possible.                     

 

State Playoff T-Shirt order forms are available in the Principal's Office.  The forms need to be returned by Thursday, October 23, 2014 @ 3:00 p.m.                                                                                                                      

 

The Girls Swim Team won their 10th City Title in a row last night 298-118.  The Titans won every event.  Event winners were:  MyKenzie Leehy 200 Free and 100 Backstroke, Paxton Hedrick 50 Free, Cheyanne Prichard 100 Breaststroke, Devon Arbogast 200 IM, Nikki Gochenour 50 Free, Becca Weis 500 Free, Regina Groskurth 100 Butterfly.  Relay winners were:  Jennakah Burke, Prichard, Arbogast, Hedrick in the 200 Medley; Haley Whitesel, Goergia Androy, Maeve Bittle and Haley French 200 Free Relay and Hedrick, Amanda Finnegan, Prichard, and Arbogast 400 Free Relay.

 

On Tues, Oct. 28th at 7:30 p.m. Student Council is having a movie night.  Since it is the week of Halloween we will be watching “Hocus Pocus”.  Bring your own chairs and blankets, food and drinks.  Food and drinks will be provided.  Meet in the lunchroom.

 

GREAT WORK to the ENTIRE COMEDY TONIGHT TEAM at last night’s ALL CALL DRAMA NIGHT.  Hats off to our Directing Team for their continued leadership and great work.  DRIFTLESS SHIFTER will meet from 3:00-4:40.  ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE will meet today from 4:20-6:00.  PLEASE SIGN UP FOR A TECH DAY SHIFT as soon as possible…the list went our this morning.  ALL OF TODAY’S REHEARSALS BEGIN AND END IN THE AUDITORIUM. PS—please let your parents know that we need someone to coordinate this Saturday’s Tech Day.  LET’S KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.