Nov 09

Announcements – November 9, 2017

  • The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk.  We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor. 
  • Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129. 
  • Seniors, please remember to pay your dues of $60 to Ms. Manning in the chorus room. On Feb. 1 dues will go up to $70, so pay them now! 
  • Cheerleading tryouts will be held today, Feb.9 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. 
  • Seniors, please stop by the library to confirm your selection of your senior portrait that will appear in the yearbook. This must be done by Thanksgiving break.

Nov 08

Announcements – November 8, 2017

  • We have a community service event sponsored by Q the Barber.  “Cutting for a Cure” is an event to raise awareness for breast cancer.  This will be a 24 hour health fair, haircut marathon beginning Monday, Nov. 6 and Tuesday, Nov. 7. Barbers would need assistance with various duties.  If you are interested, please see Mrs. Williams in guidance to sign up.  This is an opportunity to earn community service hours as well as become more informed.  Please take advantage of this opportunity. 
  • This year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance. 
  • The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk.  We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor. 
  • Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129. 
  • Seniors, please remember to pay your dues of $60 to Ms. Manning in the chorus room. On Feb. 1 dues will go up to $70, so pay them now! 
  • Cheerleading tryouts will be held today, Nov. 8 and tomorrow, 9 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. 
  • Seniors, please stop by the library to confirm your selection of your senior portrait that will appear in the yearbook. This must be done by Thanksgiving break.

Nov 03

Announcements – November 3, 2017

 If you are taking the SAT tomorrow, the faculty and staff would like to wish you the very best. Please arrive by 7:30 a.m. and enter through the English/Foreign Language front doors. Please remember to bring your ticket, ID, two #2 pencils, calculator and a snack for breaks. No ticket and ID, no test!

This year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance.

Trying to figure out how to pay for college? Come to our financial aid parent night on Nov. 7 from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Paul D. Camp’s Smithfield center to gain a complete understanding of the financial aid process. Representatives from PDCCC will be on hand to answer questions and help you complete your FAFSA. A $500 scholarship will be raffled off and given to four qualified high school students that will be going to PDCCC next year!

Applications for Governor’s School Summer Residential programs are now being accepted. Please see guidance for more information and deadlines.

The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk. We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor.

Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129.

Anyone planning to play a winter sport- all physical must be turned in to Coach G. Rountree today. You will not be able to try out without a physical. Current fall sports participants do not have to get a new physical.

Seniors, please remember to pay your dues of $60 to Ms. Manning in the chorus room. On Feb. 1 dues will go up to $70, so pay them now!

There will be boys’ tennis conditioning today, 3rd from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. make sure you have a ride home. Questions talk to Coach Jay in room 209.

Attention all Ladies of Distinction: if you sign up for the field trip, please see Ms. Reese ASAP to pick up your permission slip.

Cheerleading tryouts will be held Monday, Nov. 6 through Thursday, Nov. 9 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

There will be JV and Varsity girls’ basketball tryouts on Monday, Nov. 6 from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. All girls must have a physical to try out.

Nov 02

Announcements – November 2, 2017

This year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance.
 Students: trying to figure out how to pay for college? Come to our financial aid parent night on Nov. 7 from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Paul D. Camp’s Smithfield Center to gain a complete understanding of the financial aid process. Representatives from PDCCC will be on hand to answer questions and help you complete your FAFSA. A $500 scholarship will be raffled off and given to four qualified high school students that will be going to PDCCC next year!
 Applications for Governor’s School Summer Residential Academies are now being accepted. Please see guidance for more information and deadlines.
 The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk. We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor.
 Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129.
 Anyone planning to play a winter sport- all physical must be turned in to Coach G. Rountree today. You will not be able to try out without a physical. Current fall sports participants do not have to get a new physical.
 Seniors, please remember to pay your dues of $60 to Ms. Manning in the chorus room. On Feb. 1 dues will go up to $70, so pay them now!
 There will be a DECA meeting today, 11.2 at 3:15 p.m. in room 230. Please be on time!
 JV field hockey players are asked to turn in their uniforms to room 154 no later than the end of the school day today, 11.2.
 There will be boys’ tennis conditioning tomorrow, 3rd from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. make sure you have a ride home. Questions talk to Coach Jay in room 209.
 Attention all Ladies of Distinction: if you sign up for the field trip, please see Ms. Reese asap to pick up your permission slip.
 Cheerleading tryouts will be held Monday, Nov. 6 through Thursday, Nov. 9 from 4:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
 There will be JV and Varsity girls basketball tryouts on Monday, Nov. 6th from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. All girls must have a physical to try out.

Nov 02

Superintendent’s 2-Minute Drill: Look here for regular updates throughout the year to keep you updated on all that’s happening. Let’s make it a great year!

drillClick here for the 2-minute drill video

Nov 01

“Character Counts” November Trait: Being Responsible

characterIn an effort to further develop the outstanding character of LHS students, the act of being responsible is being promoted this November. Refer names of students exhibiting responsibility to the    Library Media Specialists for a prize drawing. Be on the look out      for class contests, projects and rewards dealing with the monthly character trait of responsibility. Visit the library for a display of    books promoting responsibility. And, as always, hold yourself responsible for your own actions and your community at large.

Oct 31

LHS Library November Initiatives

LHS Library November Initiatives

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Oct 31

Announcements – October 31, 2017

  • This year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance. 
  • Applications for Governor’s School Summer Residential Academies are now being accepted. Please see guidance for more information and deadlines. 
  • The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk.  We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor. 
  • Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129. 
  • Anyone planning to play a winter sport must have a physical by Thursday, Nov.2. All physicals must be turned in to Coach G. Rountree. You will not be able to try out without a physical. Current fall sports participants do not have to get a new physical. 
  • Seniors please remember to pay your dues of $60 to Ms. Manning in the chorus room. On Feb. 1, dues will go up to $70, so pay them now! 
  • There will be FFA forestry judging practice today in room 154 from 3:15 p.m. until 4:45 p.m. Also, FFA members are asked to place their cards in the box outside of the agriculture shop before 2:00 p.m. today.
  • There will be no marching band rehearsal today!  Full marching band rehearsal will resume on tomorrow from 3:15pm until 7:00 p.m.  All band members are reminded to be on time!!!  
  • There will be a DECA meeting on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 3:15 p.m. in room 230. Please be on time! Also, DECA dues are due today, 31st. 
  • There will be boys’ tennis conditioning this Friday, Nov. 3rd from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. make sure you have a ride home. Questions talk to Coach Jay in room 209. 
  • Make-up pictures will be taken on tomorrow, Nov. 1. Only those students who purchased picture packets will be allowed re-takes. In order to re-take, the pictures from the original packet must be returned at the time the second picture is taken. Teachers and students who did not have their picture taken on the original dates may have their picture taken on this date. 
  • Cheerleading tryouts will be held Monday, Nov. 6 through Nov. 8h from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. in the auditorium.

Oct 31

Announcements – October 30, 2017

  • This year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance. 
  • Applications for governor’s school are now being accepted. Please see guidance for more information and deadlines. 
  • The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk.  We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor. 
  • Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $20,0 after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129. 
  • Anyone planning to play a winter sport must have a physical by Nov. 2. All physical must be turned in to Coach G. Rountree. You will not be able to try out without a physical. Current fall sports participants do not have to get a new physical. 
  • Marketing students: DECA dues are due by tomorrow, 31st. 
  • There will be an FFA forestry judging practice tomorrow, Oct. 31 in room 154 from 3:15 p.m. until 4:45 p.m. 
  • School ID cards and proofs from the original picture days in October may be picked up in the library before and after school and during lunches. 
  • Halloween is the last day to take part in the Creepy Cavalier Crawl in the library.  If you are brave enough to visit the stations, a sweet treat is waiting for you at the end. This week also kicks off International Games Day in the library.  Come by any day this week to take part in a game you have never tried before. Bring a friend who is up for some friendly competition. 
  • Marketing students: there is going to be a DECA meeting on Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 3:15 p.m. in room 230. Please be on time! 
  • There will be boys’ tennis conditioning this Friday, Nov. 3 from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. make sure you have a ride home. Questions talk to Coach Jay in room 209. 
  • Make-up pictures will be taken on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Only those students who purchased picture packets will be allowed re-takes. In order to re-take, the pictures from the original packet must be returned at the time the second picture is taken. Teachers and students who did not have their picture taken on the original dates may have their picture taken on this date.

 

Oct 26

Announcements – October 26, 2017

  • CavalierThis year, scholarship information will be shared via google classroom. Please join the scholarship classroom by using code 13qqz. If you have any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Edwards in guidance. 
  • Applications for Governor’s School Summer Residential Academies are now being accepted. Please see Guidance for more information and deadlines. 
  • The Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society is excited about the opportunity to offer high school students community service hours at our headquarters in downtown Suffolk.  We feel that this is a unique and educational way in which to acquire the hours needed for graduation. For more information, please see your school counselor. 
  • In honor of MSgt Curtis: AFJROTC is hosting a Halloween themed color run to benefit the Buffalo Soldiers of which he was a part. The color run will be held Oct. 28 at 12:00 noon at Sleepy Hole Park. The cost of students is $15, all others are $20. Water and snacks will be provided. The run is open to the public so tell your family and friends! Buy your ticket(s) in the ROTC room with Major Blake. Please come and show your support. 
  • Yearbooks for the 2017-2018 school year are on sale now until Christmas break for only $50. After Christmas break, the price will go up to $60. Seniors, from now until Thanksgiving break we will be running a special on senior ads for the yearbook; full page: $200, after Thanksgiving break the price will go up to $300. If you would like a senior ad in the yearbook please see Ms. Sapp in room 129. 
  • Anyone planning to play a winter sport must have a physical by Nov.2. All physical must be turned in to Coach G. Rountree. You will not be able to try out without a physical. Current fall sports participants do not have to get a new physical. 
  • Junior class officers and representatives: there will be a class meeting tomorrow, Oct.26 in room 110 after school. 
  • DECA dues are due by next Tuesday, Oct. 31. 
  • School ID cards and proofs from the original picture days in October may be picked up in the library before and after school and during lunches. 
  • Make-up pictures will be taken on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Only those students who purchased picture packets will be allowed re-takes. In order to re-take, the pictures from the original packet must be returned at the time the second picture is taken. Teachers and students who did not have their picture taken on the original dates may have their picture taken on this date. 
  • Female juniors: if you are interested in playing in the senior vs junior powder puff football game please see Ms. Keys in room 110 to sign up. 
  • The Ladies of Distinction will meet today, Oct. 26 at 3:00 p.m.in room 232. Mrs. Riddick will be here!  
  • There will be boys’ tennis conditioning this Friday, Oct. 27 from 3:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the tennis courts. Make sure you have a ride home. Questions talk to Coach Jay in room 209. 
  • There will be girls’ tennis conditioning Friday, Oct. 27th from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m
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