Daily Announcements for Thursday, April 28, 2016

Seniors – tomorrow we will celebrate College Signing Day.  Wear your college shirt or colors, and stop by the counselors’ table during all three lunches to sign a gold star with your selected college on it.  See Mrs. Pottle in the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

Help support Cancer Research, pre-order your Pink Out Tie-Dye shirts for only $5.00 during all 3 lunches this week. 

Come out to Blaze Pizza this Friday, April 29th, and eat Williamsburg’s best pizza to support the new, online Ledger newspaper.  Just show the flyer, on paper or on your phone, when ordering and a portion of the cost goes to support our school newspaper.  You can get a flyer from any Journalism student, from the Media Center or the Main Office.

The senior trip will be on Tuesday, May 17th, we will be going to the DC zoo.  Buses leave at 6:30 am and return about 6:30pm.  Cost will be $35 plus your meals.  On our return we will stop at Potomac Mills to eat.  There is limited space so if you are interested tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches till Friday.

Prom tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches, tickets are $25 each.  Join us for Bowties and Diamonds, there will be prizes, a fog machine, fountains, great music and lots of food.  Prom is on Saturday, May 7th at Trinkle Hall at William & Mary.  Tickets will be available for purchase till Friday, May 6th.

Seniors – please complete the Class of 2016 Senior Survey by logging onto the Lafayette High School website, look under the Quicklinks tab for “Senior Survey” and follow the instructions.  Surveys must be completed by Friday, May 20th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Easter in the Guidance department.

 

 

Congratulations to the newest Governor’s School students for World Languages

Congratulations to Brittany Barber and Rachel Lia for being accepted into the Governor’s Schools for World Languages.  Brittany will be studying German, while Rachel will be studying French.

Daily Announcements for Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Join the History on Film Club for popcorn & drinks today at 2:30pm in the Lecture Hall for “The Mission”.  A story of 18th century Spanish Jesuits who try to protect a remote South American Indian tribe in danger of falling under the rule of pro-slavery Portugal.

Help support Cancer Research, pre-order your Pink Out Tie-Dye shirts for only $5.00 during all 3 lunches this week. 

Don’t miss your chance to speak with a published author.  The library will be Skyping with author, Beth Revis, after school on Thursday, April 28th.  Students will be able to ask her questions about the books she has written, as well as her writing process.  Interested students must sign up in the Media Center in order to attend.

Come out to Blaze Pizza this Friday, April 29th, and eat Williamsburg’s best pizza to support the new, online Ledger newspaper.  Just show the flyer, on paper or on your phone, when ordering and a portion of the cost goes to support our school newspaper.  You can get a flyer from any Journalism student, from the Media Center or the Main Office.

The senior trip will be on Tuesday, May 17th, we will be going to the DC zoo.  Buses leave at 6:30 am and return about 6:30pm, cost will be $35 plus your meals.  On our return we will stop at Potomac Mills to eat.  There is limited space so if you are interested tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches till Friday.

There are only 15 copies of the yearbook left.  If you want a yearbook you must order it in the next few days before they are gone.  No copies will be sold once we get the yearbooks in, only pre-orders will be taken.  Order online or drop your payment of $75 to Mrs. Napier in room 118.

Prom tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches, tickets are $25 each.  Join us for Bowties and Diamonds, there will be prizes, a fog machine, fountains, great music and lots of food.  Prom is on Saturday, May 7th at Trinkle Hall at William & Mary.  Tickets will be available for purchase till Friday, May 6th.

Seniors – please complete the Class of 2016 Senior Survey by logging onto the Lafayette High School website, look under the Quicklinks tab for “Senior Survey” and follow the instructions.  Surveys must be completed by Friday, May 20th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Easter in the Guidance department.

Daily Announcements for Monday, April 25, 2016

Help support Cancer Research, pre-order your Pink Out Tie-Dye shirt for only $5.00 during all 3 lunches this week.

The senior trip will be on Tuesday, May 17th, we will be going to the DC zoo.  Busses leave at 6:30 am and return about 6:30pm.  Cost will be $35 plus your meals.  On our return we will stop at Potomac Mills to eat.  There is limited space so if you are interested tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches today.

Join the History on Film Club for popcorn & drinks tomorrow at 2:30pm in the Lecture Hall for “The Mission”.  A story of 18th century Spanish Jesuits who try to protect a remote South American Indian tribe in danger of falling under the rule of pro-slavery Portugal.

Don’t miss your chance to speak with a published author.  The library will be Skyping with author, Beth Revis, afterschool on Thursday, April 28th.  Students will be able to ask her questions about the books she has written, as well as her writing process.  Interested students must sign up in the Media Center in order to attend.

The next ASVAB will be administered on Monday, May 2nd at 7:30am.  Please sign up in the blue binder, on the sign-in cabinet, in the counseling office if you are interested.  Space is limited to the first 28 students who sign up.

Prom tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches, tickets are $25 each.  Join us for Bowties and Diamonds, there will be prizes, a fog machine, fountains, great music and lots of food.  Prom is on Saturday, May 7th at Trinkle Hall at William & Mary.  Tickets will be available for purchase till Friday, May 6th.

It’s time to Stock the Shelves – drop off your nonperishable donations in your 2nd block class Monday, May 2nd – Friday, May 13th.  The 2nd block class with the most donations wins a free breakfast.  Let’s show our LHS pride by getting more donations then Warhill and Jamestown.

Daily Announcements for Friday, April 22, 2016

Today is the last day Plant-a-Rama is selling plants.  Plants cost $1 – $3 dollars and will be on sale during all 3 lunches.  Stop by to see what’s available and support the plant sale.

Last night was the opening night of “The Wizard of Oz”.  The next show takes place tonight at 7pm and again on Saturday at 2pm and 7pm.  Today is the last day you can buy tickets during all 3 lunches, tickets are $10 and all seats are reserved.  Come out and support your LHS classmates and faculty.

Help support Cancer Research, pre-order your Pink Out Tie-Dye shirt for only $5.00.  Orders will be taken Monday, April 25th – Friday, April 29th during all 3 lunches.

Join the History on Film Club for popcorn & drinks on Tuesday, April 26th at 2:30pm in the Lecture Hall for “The Mission”.  A story of 18th century Spanish Jesuits who try to protect a remote South American Indian tribe in danger of falling under the rule of pro-slavery Portugal.

Don’t miss your chance to speak with a published author!  The library will be Skyping with author, Beth Revis, afterschool on Thursday, April 28th.  Students will be able to ask her questions about the books she has written, as well as her writing process.  Interested students must sign up in the Media Center in order to attend.

Prom tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches, tickets are $25 each.  Join us for Bowties and Diamonds, there will be prizes, great music and lots of food and fun.  Prom is on Saturday, May 7th at Trinkle Hall at William & Mary.  Tickets will be available for purchase till Friday, May 6th.

Seniors – the Senior trip will be Tuesday, May 17th, we will be going to the DC zoo.  Busses leave at 6:30am and return about 6:30pm, cost will be $35 plus your meals.  On our return we will stop at Potomac Mills for a late lunch or early dinner.  There is limited space so if you are interested tickets will be on sale during lunch today and Monday.

There are only 20 copies of the yearbook left.  If you want a yearbook for this year then you must order it in the next few days before they are gone. No copies will be sold once we get the yearbooks in. Only pre-orders will be taken.  Order online or bring your payment of $75 to Mrs. Napier in room 118.

Congratulations to this week’s students of the week, Sydney Cole and Jeff Figgs.  Sydney has a positive attitude and is known for her random acts of kindness.  Jeff also has a positive attitude and is an inspiring example to others.  Thank you both for making LHS a better place.  If you see either of these students in the hall make sure to congratulate them.  If you know someone who deserves to be student of the week you can nominate them next Wednesday to be recognized next week.

The library will be closing at 3:00 this afternoon.

 

 

 

LHS Juniors enjoyed the career fair!

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Daily Announcements for Thursday, April 21, 2016

Tonight is the opening night of “The Wizard of Oz.”  Show times are tonight at 7pm, Friday at 7pm, and Saturday at 2pm and 7pm.  Today and tomorrow are the last two days to purchase your $10 tickets.  Every student who purchases a ticket during lunch is eligible to participate in a cake walk during intermission.

Plant-a-Rama is holding its annual plant sale in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches.  Plants cost $1 – $3 dollars and will be on sale through Friday.  Stop by to see what’s available, sorry teachers no pre-orders.  Please come out and support the plant sale.

All winter athletes – the team pictures for winter sports are in.  If you purchased a team picture you can get it by going to Mr. Barner’s office during lunch.

Seniors – if you purchased a senior shirt and have not picked it up yet, please see Mrs. Hatcher in room 300 before or after school or in F3 during your lunch. 

Prom tickets will be on sale during all 3 lunches, tickets are $25 each.  Join us for Bowties and Diamonds! There will be prizes, a fog machine, fountains, great music and lots of food.  Prom is on Saturday, May 7th at Trinkle Hall at William & Mary.  Tickets will be available for purchase till Friday, May 6th.

It’s time to Stock the Shelves! Drop off your nonperishable donations in your 2nd block class Monday, May 2nd – Friday, May 13th.  The 2nd block class with the most donations wins a free breakfast.  Let’s show our LHS pride by getting more donations than Warhill and Jamestown.

The Senior trip will be on Tuesday, May 17th, we will be going to the DC zoo.  Buses leave at 6:30 am and return about 6:30pm.  Cost will be $35 plus your meals.  On our return we will stop at Potomac Mills for late lunch or early dinner.  There is limited space so if you are interested, tickets will be on sale during lunch Friday and Monday.

Attention Seniors – please complete the Class of 2016 Senior Survey by logging onto the Lafayette High School website, look under the Quicklinks tab for “Senior Survey” and follow the instructions.  Surveys must be completed by Friday, May 20th.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Easter in the Guidance department.

 

 

 

Daily Announcements for Wednesday, April 20, 2016

There will be a Key Club meeting today at 2:30 in the lecture hall.  Bring your calendars, there are many volunteer opportunities over the next two months.

All winter athletes – the team pictures for winter sports are in.  If you purchased a team picture you can get it by going to Mr. Barner’s office during lunch. 

Seniors – if you purchased a senior shirt and have not picked it up yet please see Mrs. Hatcher in room 300 before or after school or in F3 during your lunch.

Plant-a-Rama is holding its annual plant sale in the cafeteria during all 3 lunches.  Plants cost $1 – $3 dollars and will be on sale through Friday, April 22nd.  Stop by to see what’s available, sorry teachers no pre-orders.  Please come out and support the plant sale.

Join the History on Film Club for popcorn & drinks on Tuesday, April 26th at 2:30pm in the Lecture Hall for “The Mission”.  A story of 18th century Spanish Jesuits who try to protect a remote South American Indian tribe in danger of falling under the rule of pro-slavery Portugal.

Help support Cancer Research, pre-order your Pink Out Tie-Dye shirt for only $5.00.  Orders will be taken Monday, April 25th – Friday, April 29th during all 3 lunches. 

Don’t miss your chance to speak with a published author.  The library will be Skyping with Young Adult author, Beth Revis, afterschool on Thursday, April 28th.  Students will be able to ask her questions about the books she has written, as well as her writing process.  Interested students must sign up in the Media Center in order to attend.

Students – if one of your peers is bringing a positive attitude to Lafayette, you should consider nominating them for “Student of the Week”.  Nomination forms can be picked up next to and turned to the box located near the security office in the upper commons.

Come out this weekend to support your Lafayette Theater department in their production of “The Wizard of Oz”.  The performances are Thursday at 7pm, Friday at 7pm, and Saturday at 2pm and 7pm.  Tickets are $10 and available for purchase during all three lunches.

This past weekend at the Hampton University Invitational, the girls 4×8 relay was #1. On that team was; Delaney Savedge, Summer Chambers, Serenity Chavez and Brook Crookston.  Delaney Savedge won the 2 mile.  Brook Crookston won the mile run.  Audrey Hurley won the 400m. Peyton Blanding won the pole vault.  Serenity Chavez was #2 in the 800m.  Summer Chambers was 5th in the mile.  Alexis Brender Brandis had a PR in the long jump and did real well in the high jump.  Kenya Holiday, Kasia Blake, Selena Jones and Audrey Hurley were outstanding in the 4×1.  Selena Jones ran well in the 300 hurdles and 400 hurdles.  Talisha Hairston ran real well in the 400m hurdles.  Jack Palmer won the pole vault.    Mike Tyler was #2 in the high jump. He also did well in the triple jump.  The boys’ 4×8 team of; Cade Moreno, Derrick Abson, Liam Bonga and Konrad Steck placed 3rd.   Rashawn Smith was outstanding in the 100m.  The 4×1 team of; Mike Tyler, Rashawn Smith, Knowledge Wallace and Derrick Abson ran well.  Damonte Dickson did real well in the pole vault.  Noah Cane ran real strong in both the 300 and 400 hurdles.  Elijah Washington and Robert Walton were outstanding in the shot put.  Job well done Running Rams!