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    Friday November 11, 2016

    Anyone interested in representing Lakewood for History Day 2017, please join us in MOD 16 after school Tuesday, Nov. 15th.  We will discuss interesting topics and come up with some original project ideas. Come make Lakewood proud!


    Do you have any spare change? Looking to make a difference? The Culinary Arts department is now collecting donations for Ronald McDonald House until this Friday. Every year, the students collect money to purchase ingredients to prepare a fabulous dinner for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Staff and students can drop off their donations in the Bookroom, Chef Corti’s mailbox or the Ranger Café. We are hoping to raise at least $200.00.

    Every penny counts, so please consider donating!


    To the 400 students who have not yet turned in your AUP form to the LRC, you have until the end of the day today to turn it in.  Computer access will be cut off next week for those who do not turn in their AUP form.


    Do you like to help others? If you said “yes”, then Medical Office Management needs your help. We are collecting nail polish, nail files, and nail polish remover to benefit University Hospital’s Hospice Program today thru November 30th. The class will be preparing nail polish kits for hospice patients. Please bring your donations to Room A201.


    There are five Boys Cross Country Southwestern Conference T-Shirts for sale in the Athletic Office for $15.00…Three 2-XL’s, 1 medium and 1 small.


    There will be a Boys Indoor Track sign up Meeting on Thursday, November 17th right after school in room A102. Any and all are welcome. Questions, see Coach Dow.


    If you are interested in wrestling this year please stop by the athletic office to pick up a practice schedule. The first day of official practice is today.


    Have you ever dreamed of walking the ancient streets of Rome? The opportunity for you is around the corner. If you are interested is visiting Rome over Spring break, stop into the art department and we can tell you how to make this dream a reality. There are only 2 spots left so don’t delay.


    Attention all Educator’s Rising club members, our next meeting will be held Wednesday, November 16th at 3:15 in Ms. Stephenson’s room, A202. We will begin our first project, Elementary School Pen Pals. Mark it on your calendar! And for anyone else interested in Educators Rising, it’s not too late to sign up.


    The Class of 2018 will be collecting money during 3° next week November 14th thru the 18th for “Hope for the Holidays”. The class that raises the most money will win the first place prize of a food party of their choosing and the warm fuzzy feeling knowing that this donation drive will help to feed 300 Lakewood families this Thanksgiving and 300 at Christmas.


    ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Cinema staff is in the process of collecting pictures for the “Senior Memories” section of the yearbook. If you have any great pictures from pre-school, elementary school, or middle school, we would love to use them. Pictures of groups will generally be selected over individual pictures. If you have hard copies that need scanned, bring them to Mr. Ebner in Room B207. If you have digital copies, you can send them directly to either Mr. Ebner, Emma Bressler or Jane Mechenbier.


    FYI Seniors! There will be a senior assembly during 8º on Monday, November 14th. Also, the bookroom will be taking sign-ups for elves all next week.


    Anyone who is interested in joining the Ski & Snowboard Club needs to sign up on the Boston Mills website.  If you do this by Friday, Nov. 18th, you will have your pass to use over Winter Break.  See Ms. Flynn in Mod 17 for sign-up information or if you have any questions.


    Are you looking for a great volunteer opportunity? Do you have a relative, neighbor, or a friend that can donate 30 minutes before or after school to a help child with reading? If so, then Mentoring with Project More at Hayes Elementary is for you!

    As a Project More Mentor you will:

    Provide one-on-one instruction at the student’s reading level.  You will work with a student from grades K-5 a minimum of 2 days per week.  You will be trained by experienced Project More mentors and will use a simple scripted program.  All materials and directions are provided for each tutoring session!  It’s so easy to make a difference in the life of a child through the Project More Program!

    Stop by the West Shore Offices to pick up an application for Hayes Elementary.


    Attention any girls interested in playing rugby—-practices are being held at Garfield middle school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-6:30pm. No experience necessary! Come and join the fun.


    Art Club and National Art Honor Society will meet afterschool TODAY in B206.

    Don’t miss your chance to show just how creative you are!

    The PTA Reflections art contest is now underway & we need you!!!

    “What is Your Story?” is this year’s Reflections Theme!

    Tap into your creativity using choreography, filmmaking, literature, music composition, photography, and/or visual art to show us YOUR story!

    Pick up your PTA Reflections Entry Form today! Available in any of the house offices or the bookroom. Entries are due to the Main Office, by Tuesday, November 29th.

    Come on! Tell us! “What is Your Story?”


    Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

    Friday Fries $1.00

    Deep Dish Turkey Pepperoni Pizza $2.50

    Fiestadas $2.50

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