Ms. Milligan’s Biology students practice DNA extraction

Daily Announcements for Monday, October 31, 2016

Join the History on Film Club to watch, discuss, and debate Hollywood and History Tuesday, Nov 1st at 2:30 pm in the Lecture Hall for “Master and Commander”.  In 1805, aboard the HMS Surprise, Captain Jack and his trusted friend, are ordered to hunt down and capture a powerful French vessel off the South American coast. Though Napoleon is winning the war and the men and their crew face obstacles, including their own internal battles, “Lucky Jack” is determined that nothing will stop the Surprise from completing its mission.

 

Virtual Internship program final presentation

Lafayette Governement students deliver a final presentation after participating in the Virtual Internship Project. The project was developed by educators and researchers at the University of Wisconsin’s Madison School of Education in partnership with The College of William and Mary’s School of  Education. Dr. Stoddard of The College of William and Mary is pictured on the left listening to the student presentation. For more information, access https://news.education.wisc.edu/news-publications/learning-connections/2016-summer/educational-psychology.

 

Daily Announcements for Friday, October 28, 2016

The library will be open today during the pep rally for students who need to complete work.  You must get a pass from the library before the beginning of pep rally, and you must have something to work on. Any student who signs up MUST stay in the library during the entire pep rally. There are only 40 spots available.

The results of the 2016 Mock Election are:
Clinton & Kaine:  42%
Trump & Pence:  32%
Gary Johnson:  15%
Jill Stein:  9%

Thank you to all the students and faculty who participated in this mock election – you are all awesome!

Monday, Oct 31st is a regular school day and regular dress code is expected.  Costumes are not permitted.

 

 

LHS mock election

LHS students and staff voted in a mock election run by Ms. Norton’s 3rd block government class.

The results were:

Clinton & Kaine:  42%
Trump & Pence:  32%
Gary Johnson:  15%
Jill Stein:  9%

Thank you to all the students and faculty who participated!

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Lafayette celebrates homecoming week

Students in Miss Consoli’s government class dress as characters to celebrate homecoming week.

Daily Announcements for Thursday, October 27, 2016

The Lafayette Social Studies department will be conducting a MOCK election today during all 3 lunches.  Computers will be set up for students to use to vote.  All students are encouraged to vote for one of the candidates.

There will be an informational meeting regarding swimming today immediately after school in the small lecture hall.

Tomorrow’s spirit week theme is Blue vs Gold.  Come in wearing blue and gold to support Lafayette vs Bruton for tomorrow night’s game at Wanner Stadium at 7 pm.

Student tickets for Friday night’s homecoming game against Bruton will be on sale today in Coach Linn’s office during all 3 lunches.  Tickets are $3 in advance or $6 at the gate.

The library will be open during Friday’s pep rally for students who need to complete work.  You must get a pass from the library before the beginning of pep rally and you must have something to work on. Any student who signs up MUST stay in the library during the entire pep rally. There are only 40 spots available.

Juniors and Seniors – the ASVAB test will be given here at LHS on Tuesday, Dec 6th.  Please sign up in Ms. Kravitz’s office.  The deadline to sign up for the test is Tuesday, Nov 29th. If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

 

Data collaboration

Mrs. Bibbins’ Information Technology class and Mrs. Hanks’ Statistics class worked collaboratively to collect sampling data from various classrooms in the school. They then inputted the data into Microsoft Excel to create spreadsheets with appropriate formulas and graphical representations of the final data calculations.

Daily Announcements for Wednesday, October 26, 2016

There will be an informational meeting regarding swimming Thursday, Oct 27th immediately after school in the small lecture hall.

The Lafayette Social Studies department will be conducting a MOCK election this Thursday during all 3 lunches.  Computers will be set up for students to use to vote.  All students are encouraged to vote for one of the candidates.

Open a Bayport Account and be entered to win $100 MasterCard Gift Card.  Existing Bayport members who sign up as an SRCU member are eligible.  Student tellers and school staff are not eligible.  The drawing will be held on Friday, Oct 28th.

Student tickets for Friday night’s homecoming game against Bruton will be on sale today and tomorrow in Coach Linn’s office during all 3 lunches.  Tickets are $3 in advance or $6 at the gate.  

Join the History on Film Club to watch, discuss, and debate Hollywood and History Tuesday, Nov 1st at 2:30 pm in the Lecture Hall for “Master and Commander”.  In 1805, aboard the HMS Surprise, Captain Jack and his trusted friend, are ordered to hunt down and capture a powerful French vessel off the South American coast. Though Napoleon is winning the war and the men and their crew face obstacles, including their own internal battles, “Lucky Jack” is determined that nothing will stop the Surprise from completing its mission.

Tomorrow’s Spirit week theme is Movies vs TV.  Come in as your favorite character.

Join the decorating committee after school today, Thursday and Friday to help your class decorate the hallways. The themes are Seniors “The Beach”, Juniors “The Wild West”, Sophomores “The Galaxy” and Freshman “The Jungle”. Come and show your class spirit.
 

Mix It Up Day!

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