Daily Student Bulletin


September 26, 2016

Fellowship of Christian Athletes would like to remind everyone of the annual event this Wednesday morning called See you at the Pole. It's a world-wide event to gather students & teachers to pray for our school & community. Meet at 7:15 at the flag pole in front of the school.                                                                                             

 

School pictures will be passed out during lunch today in the commons.

Activity tickets are in.  You can pick up your ticket in the Principal's office or during lunch today in the commons.  Be sure and have your pick paper activity ticket ready to exchange for your new Activity ticket with your picture on it.

                                                                                                                                                       

If you are interested in dynamic leadership opportunities, come to our first FCCLA meeting Tuesday (tomorrow!) to find out all about our exciting new club opportunity! FCCLA is more than just a club! We get to travel all over the country and compete in events in career areas that interest us. If you are interested, talk to Mrs. Healey or Ms. Sieck to find out more information! Or bring a friend and come to the meeting after school Tuesday!                                                          

 

The Homecoming Dance is on Saturday, October 1. If you will be bringing a guest from another school please stop by the Principal’s office and pick up a visitor permission form.  This form will need to be returned to the office before you can purchase a ticket for the dance.  All forms are due back in the office no later than Wed., Sept. 28th.

 

Picture retakes will be Tues., Oct. 25th during lunch in the library.                                                             

 

This beloved classic novel and movie is often on readers’ “Top 10” lists of their favorite books. It’s a story of growing up in a southern town in the 1930s and the trial of a black man accused of attacking a white girl.  It is one of the most banned books in American history for “offensive language and racism,” but it won the Pulitzer Prize in 1961.                                                                                                                                                            

                                                                                                                                                           

Do you need volunteering experience to help you get those great scholarships? Mrs. Duitsman is hosting a volunteer opportunity at Lewis Central High School on Friday, October 14th in the high school library from 9 am to 11am.  We don't have school this day, but if you are interested in supporting a non-profit organization, this is a great opportunity!  Students will be helping organize materials for the Iowa Talented and Gifted Association state conference. 

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is holding the annual jersey auction at 6:30 Thursday in the cafeteria before coronation. Come out and support FCA and the football team, we hope to see lots of students there this year! Go Titans!!

                                                                                                                                                        

Homecoming  Dress up days:

Tuesday=Decades Day=

Choose your favorite

 

Wednesday=Color Day

Freshmen=Black

Sophomore=Purple

Juniors=Red

Seniors=Neon

Staff=Blue

 

Thursday=USA Day

 

Friday=Spirit Day

 

Congratulations on an incredible TEAM for this year's fall LCHS Play THE LARAMIE PROJECT. ALL TEAM MEMBERS will meet today in the Drama Room for our Read-Through.  Team Members PLEASE READ the Director's Note at the bottom of the Team List posted on the cast list outside the Drama Room and the one sent to you electronically.  There will be a Parent Meeting tonight beginning at 6:30 in the Drama Room.. Great work to one and all. Incredible leadership by our Department Leaders. Want to see cast list, check out the link in today's bulletin https://goo.gl/VZeawH

 

The United States Navy recruiter will be in the cafeteria over lunch today, Monday, September 26.

 

A representative from the University of Nebraska Omaha College of Information Science and Technology will be here at 10:30 on Tuesday, September 27.  This college is one of the top in the country, and one of our graduates, Nate Pettiepier, earned a full-ride scholarship worth almost $150,000 to pursue his degree there.  Email Renee atrkybat@lewiscentral.org if you would like to meet with this representative.

The United States Army recruiter will be in the cafeteria over lunch on Tuesday, September 27.  

 

Get ready to spend your PBIS Positive Tickets!!Check out the PBIS Supply Cart!!

Every Thursday!!

-During 1st and 2nd Lunch and After School-

  

Spend your tickets on such things as Pens, Pencils, Paper, Snacks and MUCH more!!  Stop by the office and check out other prizes to spend your tickets on through our digital picture presentation!!  Hope to see you at the Cart!!!                                                                                                                                                              

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:

Simpson College will be here at 9:00 on Tuesday, October 4.  Simpson is a small private college in Indianola, Iowa.  Several LC graduates are currently attending Simpson.  It has almost 1,800 students, and its most popular majors are in business, education, and communication, journalism, and related programs.  LC 2016 graduates  Reagan Bradshaw, McKena Duffek, Brian Rew, and Ian Cohrs attend Simpson and would highly recommend it for any student wanting to attend a small college.

Creighton University will be here at 10:00 on Tuesday, October 4.  Creighton was once again ranked as the best regional college in the Midwest. It has over 8,000 students, with its most popular majors being in the health professions, business,psychology, and social sciences. LC 2016 graduates Tess Cheney, Logan Harman, and Gabbi Rasmussen are freshmen at Creighton, and Mrs. McComas, Mrs. Bode-Steinke, Mr. Nepple, Mrs. Esser, and Mrs. Pearson all have Creighton degrees and would enjoy telling you about their Bluejay pride.

Iowa Western Community College will be here at 10:00 on Friday, October 7.  Almost 70 graduates from the Class of 2016 chose IWCC because of its excellent reputation. It is a premier community college with great programs in technical and trade areas as well as associate degrees. It has a university-type setting and has great transfer agreements with Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and South Dakota 4-year colleges.

Seniors, the "Scholarship List" under Departments and School Counseling on our high school webpages has been updated.  Here is info on the Horatio Alger Scholarships, which go up to $25,000:

Title

Amount

Qualification Factors

App Deadline

Horatio Alger Scholarships

$25,000
&
$10,000

Critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted family gross income); 2.0 or higher GPA; U.S. citizenship; co-curricular and community service; and diplay integrity and have overcome adversity;
click here to access application

Oct. 25, 2016

 

Iowa Student Loan
Scholarships & Grants

up to $2,000

Factors vary, so carefully read all of the descriptions;click here for info and to access applications

Vary; the sooner, the better

 

 

Title

Amount

Qualification Factors

App Deadline

Stephen J. Brady STOP Hunger Scholarships

$5,000

Must have unpaid volunteer service impacting hunger in the United States within the last 12 months;
click here for info & to access application

Opens Oct. 5&
closes Dec. 5, 2016

   

 

 

 

 

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