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    Wednesday February 22, 2017

    The Winter Formal is THIS Saturday, February 25th at Harding from 7:00 to 10:00pm. Tomorrow is the last day of ticket sales. This is it folks, you need to purchase your tickets now! Seniors! With your purchase of a Winter Dance ticket, you will be automatically entered into a drawing to win a corsage or boutonniere and the senior class T-shirt.


    Are you interested in learning how to communicate using American Sign Language?  Interested in learning more about the language and culture of the Deaf community? This club is open to all staff and students!!!  We will meet on Wednesdays after school in Room C307, our first meeting is today.  Bring a friend and let’s start signing.


    We have extended the deadline for purchasing Senior flowers and T-shirts thru this Friday, February 24th.


    It’s Spirit Week!

    Today: Wild West!

    Tomorrow: Tie-Dye!

    Fri: Class Colors! freshmen/red – sophomores/blue – juniors/green – seniors/purple & staff/black!

    Attention Seniors! If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the cafeteria, outside of room C215 or outside of the Bookroom. Tryouts will take place after school on March 20th. Questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.


    Vatterott College will be at LHS for a college visit today @ 10:30, outside of the Guidance Dept. Juniors and seniors, if you are planning to visit with Vatterott, you must have a pass.


    As a part of Black History Month, we will be sharing biographies of people who have made an impact in our history: Daniel Hale Williams: An African-American general surgeon, in 1893, Williams became a pioneer in open-heart surgery. Hospitals were rarely integrated, yet because of his talent he became chief of surgery when he performed one of the first successful pericardium surgeries. Later in life, he became an advocate for African-American presence in Medicine.


    Seniors! Senior Promise 2017 invites schools and teen-based organizations to submit proposed slogans for this year’s campaign. One winning entry will become the Senior Promise 2017 slogan and the winner of a $5,000 grant. National Foundation for Teen Safe Driving will award a total of $10,000 in grants to the 10 schools or organizations submitting the best entries. The nationwide PSA campaign will issue a call-to-action for students, parents, guardians, and every member of the community to help make this a safe prom and graduation season. Learn more at and submit your entry by March 15th.


    Looking for a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorekeepers and more!  Complete an application at  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!

  JUST DANCE, the LHS Dance Group Show is tomorrow night & Friday night @ 7:30 in the Civic.  Get your tickets in the Bookroom or at the door.


    Valentine’s Day is over, but it’s never a bad day for chocolate! The Junior Class is still selling Malley’s Bars to raise money for YOUR 2018 Prom! Stop by Ms. Johnson’s room (B305), before or after school, if you are interested in selling a box. You can buy individual bars from Ms. Johnson, as well. Reminder, if you have signed out a box to sell, the $36 is due by the end of this month. The remaining balance will be added to your student fees. Please return any and all funds to Ms. Johnson in room B305 or Mr. Roth in room A210.


    Attention All Math Students:  Math Study Tables are starting up! Days and times will change from week to week, so be sure to listen to the announcements or ask your math teachers. Math study tables will be held in Ms. Sandor’s room, B314, today after school from 3 – 3:30 pm.

    Model U.N. will NOT be meeting tonight. We will meet next Wednesday, March 1st at 5:30 pm.


    Attention Academic Challenge members:  There will be a brief meeting today for all members after school in Room A-203.

    The LHS swim team had a momentous Div. 1 Championship Meet on Feb. 18th at Bowling Green State University as swimmers broke four school records & senior Kelley Reis qualified for the State Championship Meet in her two individual events. There were a number of top 10 finishes, with the girls 200 yard freestyle relay team of Kelley Reis, Emma Bressler, Julia Neff, and Maggie McHugh, finishing 8th in the district, and breaking a 2013 record. The boys 200 free relay team of Evan Gainous, Nick Ferrone, Preston Polen, and Colman McGuan finished 10th, breaking their own record set previously this year. Sophomore and first-year diver Joey Toole finished 9th in the district. Congratulations to the team!


     Today’s ala cartes in the cafeteria are:

    Cheesy Breadsticks .75¢

    Deep Dish Turkey Pepperoni Pizza $2.50

    If you did not hear these announcements, we have them posted on the bulletin board outside of the bookroom.


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