Thursday, May 15, 2014

Today in an ODD Period Day – Periods

Special Events:

The lip dub is ready to be seen by the world!  You can watch the lip dub on You Tube starting at 2:14 today.  Share the link on your social media and lets show off how great LHS really is!

FRIDAY THE 16TH IS A SPECIAL DAY!  It is our Senior's last day, so we have some special traditions and we hope to see you at the last two events of the day. First the Senior Assembly is at the end of the day on Friday--this is where we say good bye to our seniors and everyone else moves over to their new spot in the gym! It is one of the best assemblies of the year, so we will see you there!  Make sure you wear your CLASS T-SHIRTS!!  Then we head down to the grass soccer fields for a HUGE party thrown by Student Council!! There will be free food, a bouncy castle, human foosball, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, football, soccer and time to just hang out and sign yearbooks with your friends.  Spring Fling goes from 2:20-4:15, AND the school will be locked so bring your stuff with you!  See you there!

Other Announcements:

Senior T-shirts are available RIGHT NOW and will also be available after school at 2:20 in the senior hall--please get them today before the rush at the breakfast tomorrow morning!

SENIORS—don’t forget to wear your NEW senior t-shirts on Friday for the breakfast, it is the ONLY time to pick up your caps and gowns so please be there with your parents.  It starts at 6:30 am.  If you don’t have your senior t-shirt yet, you can pick it up that morning.

Academic Announcements: 

Attention AP Literature and Composition Scholars of 2014 and 2015.  It's very important that you drop by room 109 and see Mr. Thom in order to pick up your summer packet.

Attention Future AP US History Students: if you are currently enrolled and/or planning on taking AP US History next year, you have MANDATORY summer work. Please pick up in the Social Studies office by the end of this week.

Students, ALL Library materials are due back this Friday, May 16th! Please return books by Friday to avoid fines!

Just a reminder that Lockheed Martin tutoring is available to help you prepare for your final exams!!  Tutors will be available tonight Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.  Tutoring is held in room 107 from 6 - 7:30 pm.

Sports Announcements:

All young men interested in playing tennis next fall should come to a very brief informational meeting TODAY, immediately after school in room 121.
See Coach Zolla for details.

Club Announcements: 

If you are interested in joining DECA next year, there is an informational meeting TODAY in room 125 at 2:20. See you there!

FCCLA will have its last meeting of the year TODAY in room 120, right after school.

If anyone is interested in being an Ambassador for Student Council, see Ms. Prestel to sign-up.

Blog Announcements:

LPS Community - Please join us in celebrating 49 years of dedicated service and excellence from Coach Stringy to the student athletes of Littleton High School. Celebration is Sunday, May 18th, 2:00 -4:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria.  As you may know Stringy is also a retired LHS teacher and an LHS alumni.  We want to honor him for all he has done for LHS over the years.  If you would like to share your thoughts, memories or photos with Coach Stringy, you can put together a 12" x 12" scrapbook page, send your thoughts, memories or photos to LHS or bring them to the Celebration Party. We will be putting a scrapbook together for him. Please include your name and the years you attended LHS.

Yearbooks can be picked up or purchased at the bookkeeper’s office before school and after school or during A and B lunch.  The bookkeeper will not be able to distribute books during the school day.  All name plates can be picked up from Mrs. Fisher in room 111. Thank you.

Attention Seniors!  Please stop by Post Grad to let us know what your plans are for next year.  We are working on the Senior Bulletin board and want to include your photo and what you'll be doing next fall. We're here every day except Wednesdays.

A big congratulation goes to both Sophia Yakovlieva and Mira Fakhrideen.  Sophia and Mira are exchange students from Ukraine and Lebanon, and they are part of the World Link exchange organization and the US Department of State.  Throughout their exchange year they have competed in contests and completed projects, and both students were picked as top 10 overall World Link students of the year.  Mira and Sophia were the only students in Colorado to achieve this honor.