Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Today is a Late Start ODD Period Day –

Academic Announcements:

Attention Sophomores and Juniors!  Have you noticed the 8 HUGE banners around the building advertising cool courses like Auto Tech, Health Sciences, Architectural Design and Cabinet & Furniture Making? You can register to take these courses for next year, but you need to do it now! Any sophomore or junior can register...AND all of these classes also count as STEM electives. See your counselor or Mrs. Reimers with more questions.

Club Announcements:

The World, Colorado, and MUN clubs will not meet after school, but will meet briefly during A Lunch (10:30am) in room 206 TODAY.

Keyclubbers!  Remember we have a meeting after school on Thursday in room 211. If you plan to attend the Project CURE event this Saturday, you must bring your paperwork to the meeting or put it in Mr. Hahn or Ms. Anthamatten's box by the end of the day on Thursday.

Attention all Student Council students who are participating in Read Across America this Friday, there is a MANDATORY meeting in Ms Prestel's room 209, after school today.  It will be 15 mins max, so you will make your sports practices---but you MUST be there in order to participate on Friday. Thanks!

Other Announcements:

Attention students: Beginning March 2 we will begin construction on an athletic addition on the east side of the building.  This will impact parking.  Students will have access to the forum/cafeteria lot on the south side of the building, all of the main entrance lot, and the north lot outside the tech lab and woodshop area.

Special Events:

The Beauty and the Beast musical production is here.  Performances start tomorrow and end Saturday with a matinée and an evening show.  Get your tickets now. You will not want to miss out!

Blog Announcements:

Attention students interested in travelling to Costa Rica in the summer of 2016: Mr. Marshall will host an informational meeting this Thursday at 6:00 pm in the Forum.

Key Club will be collecting gently used soccer, volleyball and lacrosse equipment all week to donate to an organization that runs sports teams for under served populations in Denver. Needs include shirts, shorts, socks helmets and shin guards in children's and youth sizes, balls, sticks, nets and anything else you can think of. Bring your unused sports equipment to our collection boxes in the library or the counseling office this week!

For students needing help in Math & Science Lockheed Martin tutoring will be here Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:00-7:30pm in room 107.  Please use the forum entrance.

Hearing and Vision screening is taking place this week.  All Freshman will be tested. Sophomores who are new to LHS will also be tested.  If you wear contacts or glasses please bring them with you.

LHS Color Guard clinic starts March 10 from 6-8pm.  Meet in the main lobby, dressed in workout attire.  Please see Mr. Don Emmons for more information.

Join us for the 4th Annual Littleton High School Performing Arts Music & Craft Fair, on Saturday, March 14, 9am-4pm, in the LHS Cafeteria & South Gym.  Enjoy live music provided by LHS students, and breakfast and lunch items from our concessions, while you shop our wide variety of unique, hand-crafted items made by local artisans.  And a special treat this year: A meet & greet / pictures with Belle from the LHS production of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" (11-12 and 1-2)!  $1 Admission (kids 5 and under free).  See you there!

Attention first generation Seniors!  Looking for a scholarship?  Maybe the Merkle is for you!  You are eligible if you will be a first generation college student, you have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75, you have financial need, and you are active in your school or community.  This scholarship is available only to students from Manual High School or Littleton High School, so the odds are in your favor!  The award is $2,000 - $10,000, and the deadline is March 16th.  Don't miss the opportunity to apply for this scholarship!  Come to Post Grad to learn more and pick up the materials.