LHS students pictured with their trophies.

Virginia State Governor’s Challenge Winners

Winners of the Virginia State Governor’s Challenge, David Ricardo Division (Economics)

From left to right: J. O’Neill, B. Lowery, and M. Digges

Buckle up challenge winner

Buckle up Challenge Gold

Congratulations to Lafayette High School and the Driver Education students for winning the “Gold” in the “Get It Together Buckle UP Challenge” (Lafayette had 95.5% Seat Belt Use).  The Rams competed against 32 high schools in the Greater Hampton Roads area. Lafayette received a Gold Plaque and the students Gold Metals.  The students will also receive a Community Leadership Award from the Virginia Department of Education for this accomplishment. Pictured left to right: Isaac Duncan, Olivia Poller, Sherrieff Ford, Madeleine Starr and Blake Eberly. Not pictured: Jada Hines, Anaiya Tucker, Daevon Carter, Heather Herrick, South McDowell, Emerald Kinney, Alexis Robinson, Twanasha Briggs, Alexandra Ainslie, and Stephanie Perez.

3 LHS students cook alongside a professional chef.

Chef Visit

Chef Maia Jones from Culinary Institute of VA visits Family and Consumer Sciences classes.

Daily Announcements for Tuesday, April 30, 2019

To do extraordinary things, we need to meet extraordinary people.  Come meet Doctor Christine Piascik this Wednesday morning, in the lecture hall, during AEP. Dr. Piascik will share her story, going from dental assistant to dentist and running her own practice for 18 years. We are down to our last two speakers of the year, so don’t miss this one. Ask your AEP teacher for a pass.

TNCC will be at LHS tomorrow at 9:00 for an application workshop. Bring a copy of your transcript, and any SAT or ACT scores that you may have. Today is the last day to sign up on LHS website to receive a pass to attend.

Mu Alpha Theta Seniors! Tutoring hours are due MAY 10th, NO EXCEPTIONS. This is a club requirement.

Gallaudet University

Students visit Gallaudet University

Lafayette’s American Sign Language (ASL) class recently visited Gallaudet University, a private university for the education of the deaf and hard of hearing, in Washington, D.C. The group is standing in front of the Gallaudet statue depicting Alice Cogswell, who was the inspiration for the creation of the American School for the Deaf.

Daily Announcements for Monday, April 29, 2019

The library will close at 2:30 this afternoon.

Seniors!  The senior survey is now available on the Senior News web page.  Please complete the survey, and drop off all of your College and Scholarship acceptance letters to Mrs. Lightfoot in the Counseling Office by May 9th.

Summer Residential Governor’s School students

Summer Residential Governor’s School students

Congratulation to Lafayette’s Summer Residential Governor’s School students! The following students (L-R) will be attending Governor’s School programs this summer:

Kayla Ward- Visual Art at Radford University

Maya Reese- Agriculture at Virginia Tech

Ellie Chason- Latin at Randolph Macon College

James Tisk- Humanities at Radford University

Bryce Beech- Spanish at Washington & Lee University

Angelica Wood- Spanish at Washington & Lee University

 

Girls' State Delegates

Girls’ State Delegates

Congratulations to these Lafayette students who will be attending Longwood University to participate in the Girls’ State program this summer. Pictured (L-R, back) are Lela Davis, Sophie Freiling, Scottie Coleman, Allison Crookston, Erin Shivers, and (L-R, front) Sunjal Patel, Maddie Star, and Olivia Poller.

 

Boys' State Delegates

Boys’ State Delegates

Congratulation to the Lafayette Boys’ State Delegates! Avery Johnson (left) and Zach Barbarji (right) will be attending the Boys’ State program at Radford University this summer. Also attending will be Brenner Beard, Justin Carroll, and Timothy Gillen (not pictured).

 

Daily Announcements for Friday, April 26, 2019

Seniors!  The senior survey is now available on the Senior News web page.  Please complete the survey, and drop off all of your College and Scholarship acceptance letters to Mrs. Lightfoot in the Counseling Office by May 9th.

Want to be a Lafayette buddy for a student who has special needs?  The annual Exceptional Games will be held June 6th at Jamestown High School, and we need 25 students who are outgoing and have a heart to help these very special Lafayette students!  If interested please come to room 418, and get a permission slip from Mrs. Smith.

Summer is just around the corner! Who’s ready to trade in their school shoes for flip flops? How fortunate we are to have shoes to choose from. It is probably hard to believe, but not everyone in the world has a pair of shoes. Here’s where YOU can make a difference! By donating an old pair of shoes that you’ve outgrown or no longer like, you can help alleviate poverty. LHS will be collecting gently used shoes through the end of the school year.  The shoes will be donated to Soles4Souls, a non-profit organization that redistributes and recycles shoes to those in need. Donating is easy! Simply place your clean, gently used shoes in one of the boxes located outside of the Main Office, Library, Cafeteria, or Counseling Office. Give shoes, give love. Thanks for your generosity!