Announcements - December 10, 2018

Announcements - December 10, 2018
Posted on 12/10/2018
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Lakeland High School will participate in an Advanced Performance Accreditation Review on February 19, 2019. "The review process examines the whole institution - the programs, the culture context, the community of stakeholders - to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of students."
In preparation for the performance accreditation review, faculty & students will be asked to complete surveys via email in the coming weeks. The completed surveys will provide data needed for the review team visiting "The Home of the Cavaliers" in February. Additional information will be shared as preparations are underway.

SENIORS - Reminder for those of you who have already applied to colleges or universities. Please make sure you are checking in with them to verify that everything has been received such as transcripts and test scores. Also, make sure Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Foster is receiving a copy of your acceptance letters as you receive them.

Boys' Tennis Conditioning will be held Fri., Dec. 14 at the tennis courts after school until 5:00pm. Make sure you have a ride home. Questions, talk to Coach Jay in room 209.

Students - do you have a teacher that you would like to commend for outstanding performance? Positive teacher referrals will soon be available to fill out for your favorite teachers. They will be available for pick up in Guidance and the Main Office.

On Monday, December 3, we will be starting our spare change collection to feed one person for one meal for $2.08. Just think how many we can feed if you give. You can place your loose change in any classroom.

December is a busy month in the LHS library. Come see the holiday tree made entirely from books. Check out the shipment of books that just arrived, full of sports themes, new series and Alex Rider novels, or join us for game of weekly themed bingo, and win prizes.

December's character trait is good citizenship In regards to school, a good citizen is respectful of others and their property, is respectful of school property, follows school rules, demonstrates good character by being honest and dependable, and gives back to the community. Students who are nominated by their teachers will receive prizes from the library media staff at the end of the month.

The following students have been nominated for exhibiting December's character trait of good citizenship.
*Kyra Baker-Waters and David Nave have been nominated. *Paul Meadors has been nominated for his outstanding show of respect for others and informing students and adults of their civic duties.
*Colton Brown places importance on education and understanding, not just grades. He is a good friend, and is always available to help his peers when they are in need. He spends much of his free time working in the community and helping others.
*Frederick Sample is a model student and has a leadership role in English 11. He is extremely respectful and follows the rules outlined by Suffolk Public Schools. Frederick is a transfer student and has seamlessly become a par of the Lakeland family. Frederick cares about academics as well as the academics of others. He above all displays the characteristic of a good citizen.

Ladies of Distinction - please sign up in room 232 for the following activities:
Group photo - Fri., Dec. 14 @ 10:45
Christmas Festival - Mon., Dec. 17, 3:15 - 4:45
Canned Food Drive - daily until 12.17.18

There will be an FCCLA meeting in Mr. Strauss' room, #117 on Tues., Dec. 11 @ 3:15.

The Crime Stoppers/Community Restoration team meeting has been changed to Mon., Dec. 10, 2018 at 3:05 in room 230.

All chorus classes will be held in the auditorium this week.

The GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) meeting will be held on Thurs., Dec. 13, 3:15 in room 223. Join us in building a more inclusive Lakeland!

Want to get your yearbook on sale? How about a chance to win a free nameplate? Or find out who won couple that should have been? The Paragon Press staff is pleased to present the first ever yearbook Day. For one day only, December 14, yearbooks may be purchased for $55 as we celebrate revealing the theme of this year's book.

Compete with your friends during lunch shifts in duals to sin prizes and claim your spot on the throne beside the Pargon Queen. We'll sell discounted yearbooks at $55 during all four lunches, announce this year's senior superlative winners in the morning, and host club pictures in the auditorium throughout the day.

Planning to get your yearbook for $55 during this one day sale? Pick up a yearbook form in the cafeteria by the announcement board, and don't forget to bring paymnet on Yearbook Day, this Friday, Dec. 14.
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