January 21, 2000 Student Bulletin - Wednesday

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Jan 17 Show Choirs compete at Rockbridge High School (Columbia, MO) Leaving school at 1pm Jan 16th
Jan 17 Theatre Bowling Tournament 7:00pm at Parkway Lanes
Jan 19 & 20 NO SCHOOL Martin Luther King, Jr. Day & End of Semester Break
Jan 24 Silver Talon Speech Tourney 7:00am
Jan 26 Kearney Honor Choir Festival (Select Students)
Jan 27 & 28 Graduation Announcements/Robes for Seniors during lunch with Balfour, Inc.
Jan 27 Auditions for The Pirates of Penzance 3:15-5:30pm and 7:00pm - ??.
Jan 27 10th to 11th grade on-line registration help in Media Center Computer Lab 3:30-6:30pm
Jan 29 10th to 11th grade on-line registration help in Media Center Computer Lab 3:30-6:30pm
Feb. 3 Future Hawk Night 6:30pm
Feb 4 State Writing Grade 11
Feb 5 State Writing Grade 11

ACTIVITIES FOR SATURDAY, Jan 17th

Show Choirs at Rockbridge High School (Columbia, MO)
8:00 am Speech at Raymond Central High School
8:00 am Debate at Westside High School
7:00pm Theatre Bowling Tournament at Parkway Lanes

SPORTS FOR SATURDAY, Jan 17th

9:00 am Girls 9th Grade Basketball at Lincoln Northeast
9:00 am Boys Varsity Wrestling at LPS Classic at Lincoln High
9:00 am Boys JV Wrestling in LPS Classic at LSW
10:00am Boys/Girls Varsity Swimming at Millard North Invite (Girls only-swim) (Bus departs 6:45am)
10:30am Boys 9th Grade Basketball at Lincoln Northeast
12noon Baseball Winter Conditioning at LSW Practice Gym
5:15 pm Boys JV Basketball at Sioux City North High School (Departs 2:00pm)
5:15 pm Girls JV Basketball at Lincoln Pius X High School
7:00 pm Boys Varsity Basketball at Sioux City North High School (Bus Departs 1:30pm)
7:00 pm Girls Varsity Basketball @ Lincoln Pius X High School

ACTIVITIES FOR MONDAY

No School Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

SPORTS FOR MONDAY, JAN 19th

2:00pm 4 vs. 4 Soccer at LSW

ACTIVITIES FOR TUESDAY, Jan 20th

No School Semester Break

SPORTS FOR TUESDAY, JAN 20th

4:30pm Boys JV Wrestling at Pius X Invite
5:45pm Girls JV Basketball at Lincoln East
7:30am Boys JV Basketball at Lincoln East

LUNCH FOR WEDNESDAY, Jan 21st

French Toast Sticks, Beef & Bean Burrito or BBQ Shredded Chicken

ACTIVITIES FOR WEDNESDAY, JAN 21st

Term 3 Schedules pick up on auditorium hallway before school

SPORTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JAN 21st

6:00pm Girls Reserve Basketball vs. Marian High School
7:30pm Baseball Winter Conditioning at LSW Practice Gym
8:00pm 4 vs. 4 Soccer at LSW Main Gym

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS

The online registration access for next year's juniors will be activated on Monday, 26th at 8 a.m. and end on Sunday, February 1st at midnight. Access to the online registration site will requires a student's ID and password information. Information is available on the LSW website located at http://lsw.lps.org/ for reviewing graduation requirements, college entrance requirements, and instructions for accessing the online registration program at home. Counselors will be available on Tuesday, January 27th & Thursday, January 29th, to facilitate group sessions for next year's juniors and their families. These sessions will be offered continuously on a first-come, first-serve basis from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Please check in with Mrs. Way at the entrance of the Media Center Lab.

Candy sales starting Jan. 21st . Come and get 'em!! Hershey's, Snickers, Reece's, M&M's, Peanut M&Ms, & Skittles all being sold for $1 before and after school. Buy a snack & Support YOUR Silver Hawk FBLA!!

RECURRING ANNOUNCEMENTS

OPEN HOUSES at the FOCUS PROGRAMS - 9th-12th grades next year - If you are interested in focusing on a certain curriculum while still attending LSW part-time, you might want to check out the LPS Focus Programs:

Arts & Humanities - Feb. 4 or Feb 10 - 7pm - 643 S. 25th Street, Ste 9 - http://arts.lps.org

Entrepreneurship - Jan. 27th or Jan. 29th - 7pm - 285 S. 68th St. Pl., Ste 400 - http://eship.lps.org

Information Technology - Feb. 3 or Feb. 5 - 7pm - 285 S. 68th St. Pl., Ste 400 - http://itfp.lps.org

Science (Zoo School) - Jan. 28 or Feb. 2 - 7pm - 1222 S. 27th St.(Zoo) - http://zoo.lps.org

ATTENTION JUNIOR GIRLS - GIRL'S STATE APPLICATIONS ARE HERE The 2009 Cornhusker Girl's State, sponsored by the Nebraska American Legion Auxiliary, will be held May 31-June 6, 2009 on the City Campus of the University of Nebraska. At Girl's State, the "citizens" study local, county and state government processes. Girl's State gives participants the experience of living together as self-governing citizens with the privileges, rights, and responsibilities of American citizenship. Eligibility for participation is based on: 1. Completion of junior year in high school 2. Interest in government and current events 3. High moral character 4. Strong leadership skills 5. Above average scholastic standing. If you are a junior young lady interested in applying for Girl's State, please see Mrs. Winter for an application. Application deadline is January 26, 2009. (This means that all forms must be received by the American Legion by this date.)

Silver Hawk Theatre Scholarship forms are now available in the counseling center and the Theatre Black Box to seniors who will be graduating in 2009. Forms are due back to Mr. Henrichs by MARCH 10. For any questions or more information please call 436-1306 ext. 66039.

Auditions for the spring musical, The Pirates of Penzance, will be ONE DAY ONLY - Tuesday, Jan. 27. There will be two sessions: 3:15-5:30pm and 7:00pm - ??. Students need to attend only one session. Audition packets available now at the theatre box office. Cost is $1.00 per packet to cover duplication.

Concession Stand will be open every Monday from 3:15-3:45

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.

FROM THE COUNSELING CENTER:

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:
College of Hair Design, Wed., January 28th, 9:00 a.m.
Joseph's College of Beauty, Wed., January 28th , 10:00 a.m.

SCHOLARSHIPS - PROCEDURAL CHANGE Due to some reorganization at the district level, neither the paper copy that was earlier available on Fridays nor the scholarship applications in the Scholarship File Cabinet will be available for pick up in the Counseling Center. These will be replaced by internet searches and downloads. ScholarshipQuest at EducationQuest (http://www.educationquest.org/) has become the clearinghouse for scholarships with Nebraska ties. You can access this on the internet from your computer at home or from the computers in the counseling center: https://www.fes.org/scholarquest/s_login.asp After you log on, you will create a profile by answering questions and then ScholarshipQuest will suggest scholarships that you might want to apply for. Other scholarships (without specific Nebraska ties) can be searched for at the following recommended web sites: http://www.finaid.org/scholarships/unusual.phtml
www.scholarshipmoney.com
www.ScholarshipExperts.com
https://studentaid2.ed.gov/logon.asp
www.Schoolsoup.com
We do have a limited number of hard copies of the LPS Foundation Scholarship Handbook available for pick up on a first-come basis while our supply lasts. Information on these scholarships is also available on the Scholarship Quest web site. All of this information is also linked on the LSW web site:
http://lsw.lps.org/>Popular Pages>Counseling Center >Planning After High School>Scholarships
If you have any questions about this, please contact your counselor.

Attention Students interested in UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS at BRYANLGH COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES - Application deadlines for Bachelor of Science in Nursing will move to a deadline system where they pool all applicants. This change will go into effect for students wishing to enter Spring 2010 (June 1, 2009 application deadline). Applications deadlines will be February 1 for Fall starts and June 1st for Spring starts. Program application deadlines for the School of Allied Health are April 1, 2009. Students will now be accepted into the School of Allied Health programs; Invasive Cardiovascular Technology, Vascular Sonography, Adult Cardiac Sonography, and General Sonography; directly out of high school with no college level pre-requisites required.

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.

CAREER EXPO - 9th - 12th and parents - Sunday, Feb. 22 - 1-3 pm - Southeast Community College - Lincoln Campus (8800 'O' Street) - Explore Career Fields through Interactive Demonstrations - Business, Marketing & Management, Industrial, Manufacturing & Engineering Systems, Environmental & Agricultural Systems, Communication & Information Systems, Health Sciences, Human Services & Resources - Identify careers of Interest - Sponsored by the Lincoln Human Resource Management Association

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.