Daily Announcements for Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Only students with special permission will be allowed to use the clinic bathroom.  Please use the bathroom closest to your classroom.   If you are between classes and need to see the nurse, please check in with your classroom teacher prior to coming.  Also, the clinic is closed from 1:00-1:30pm for lunch, except for emergencies.

Join the History on Film Club for popcorn & drinks today at 2:30 in the Lecture Hall for “Sometimes in April”.  A dramatic retelling of a Hutu soldier trying to get his family to safety during the Rwandan genocide, while years later his brother stands trial for his actions.

Senior cap and Gown pictures are taking place today outside the main office between 8am-2pm.  There is a $25 sitting fee and walk-ins are accepted.

Do you want to be a Lafayette cheerleader?  Come out to our open gym and skill building clinic.  There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 30th at 4pm in the Upper Commons.  If you have any questions please see Coach Channing in the café.

Seniors – as graduation approaches, it is time to think about the words of wisdom you would like to share with your classmates, families and friends. If you are interested in speaking at this years’ graduation ceremony, please visit the LHS Home page for the link to the application or stop by Mrs. Newcomb’s office to pick one up. All applications are due by 2:20pm on Thursday, March 31st. We look forward to hearing your ideas.

Senior shirts will be on sale during lunches through Thursday, March 31st.  They will not be available for purchase after Spring Break so preorder your shirt for $15.00.  A sample shirt will be on display at the ordering table.

LHS is opening up the prom season with Bowties and Diamonds.  You won’t want to miss this prom, there will be extravagance, prizes, a fog machine, fountains, lots of food and great music.  Come one come all on Saturday, May 7th to Trinkle Hall at William and Mary.  Tickets are $25 each and will go on sale after spring break.

There are only 56 copies of the yearbook left.  Once they’re gone, they’re gone. No more books will be printed.