November 10, 2008 Student Bulletin - Monday


Nov 10 Tickets go on sale for It's a Wonderful Life
Nov 10 Cross Country Banquet, 6:00pm
Nov 10 Parent Advisory Council, 7:00pm
Nov 11 College Essay Workshop 2:15-3:03pm in Counseling Center
Nov 11 LPS Novice Speech/Debate Tournament at 4:00pm
Nov 11 Theatre Parent Booster Meeting 7:00pm
Nov 12 National Honors Society Inductions 8:00am in Auditorium
Nov 12 Softball banquet 6:00pm
Nov 13 EARLY RELEASE at 11:50am State Volleyball
Nov 17 Winter Activities begin
Nov 18 11th to 12th grade registration Online in Media Center Computer Lab
Nov 20 11th to 12 grade registration Online in Media Center Computer Lab
Nov 22 Winter Sports Pictures 8:00am
Nov 22 Resonance Show Choir NMEA Performance at 11:00 am in Kimball Recital Hall (free)
Nov 22 Girls Basketball Parent Meeting at 4:00pm
Nov 24 Volleyball Banquet 6:30pm
Nov 25 Building Positive Healthy Relationships Workshop 2:15-3:03pm in Counseling Center
Nov 25 Football Banquet 6:30pm
Nov 27-28 NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving Break


Chicken Teriyaki w/ Rice, Hot Dog or French Bread Garlic Cheese Pizza


Tickets on sale for It's a Wonderful Life
10:30am York College rep. visitation
6:00pm Cross Country Banquet
7:00pm Parent Advisory Council


7:00am Silver Talon Debate Tourney
8:00am Bellevue West


Tickets go on sale - Monday, November 10 for IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE - Dec. 11, 12 & 13th 7:00 p.m. Call 436-1306 ext. 66039 for tickets and information. $8 for adults and $6 for students.

Senior Picture List A list of seniors, who turned in their picture for the yearbook, is posted in the main office window. Please check the list to see if your photo was turned in. Yearbook staff meets first block in C110 during second term if you have questions. So check the list and contact your photographer if your name is not checked off. If yearbook does not receive a submitted picture, the staff will use either your Lifetouch photo or the senior ID photo, if available to us. Thanks.


Homecoming Dance Pictures may be viewed at Click on Private Galleries Code LSWHC. You may order prints on line and choose to either have the pictures mailed to your home for an additional charge, or pick the photos up in the Main Office at LSW. Questions call Michael Callam 499-5630.

Bruce Weinstein, Ph.D., 'The Ethics Guy' - "Lie, Cheat, and Steal Your Way to Success! What Would the World be Like Without Ethics" - Free presentation at the Lied Center, November 11, 2008, 3:30 p.m. Hosted by College of Business Administration Program in Business Ethics. Information:

Tuesday PLC Study Hall Need some extra help with an assignment or maybe just a quiet place to work? Every Tuesday, after school, we will have a staffed study hall in B111. Please report by 2:20 pm and you may stay until 3:10 pm.


COLLEGE REP. VISITATION 11th & 12th graders interested in visiting with college reps. here at LSW may sign up in the Counseling Center before the visitation date:

SCHOLARSHIPS - An updated list of scholarships is available in the counseling center or on the LSW web site ( under: Popular Pages>Counseling Center >Planning After High School>Scholarships.

COLLEGE ESSAY WRITING WORKSHOP - Tuesday, November 11 at 2:15pm in the Counseling Center. Please bring any topics for essays that you need to complete OR any essays in progress OR just come and we will help you get started!

ATTENTION JRS: You may be eligible to be nominated for the Assurity Life Insurance Company Fellowship Scholarship. Amount: $5,000 (one award per year)Criteria: Top 50% of class, interest in math, computers or business, financial need. If interested please contact Mrs. Volker in the counseling center by November 14th.

COMPUTER ELECTRONICS DAY - SCC Milford Campus - Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, or 10. This is a one-day hands-on tutorial where you will build and test a personal computer then install and configure MS Windows Vista - plus tour the Electronics Systems Technology department. 9am-2pm. You must pre-register. See your technology teacher or Mrs. Volker in the counseling center. For registration call: (800) 933-7223 Ext-8384 or email

The Council for America's First Freedom announces the 16th annual First Freedom Student Competition. This national essay contest offers 9th-12th graders an opportunity to compete for monetary rewards of up to $3,000, as they examine the First Amendment and the history and relevance of religious freedom in American and the world today. On-line registration is required by November 24. Visit, and click on the red button under Council News.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation invites U.S. high school students to write an original essay on the political courage of a U.S. elected official. Scholarships awarded to winners. For contest information, registration, and to submit your essay online, visit: Deadline to enter is Jan. 10, 2009.

Outstanding Young Volunteer of the Year Award - The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. - $5,000 Savings Bond & trip awarded to student, ages 12 to 15, who has provided outstanding volunteer service to his or her community. Deadline Feb. 1. See Mrs. Volker in the counseling center for an entry form.

Young American Creative Patriotic Art Awards - Students in grades 9-12. Sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. National Scholarships of up to $10,000 awarded. Deadline March 31. See Mrs. Volker in the counseling center for an entry form.