May 17, 2012 - Student Bulletin
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
- May 17-21 – National Science Olympiad – Orlando, FL
- May 18 – Senior Honors – 8:15 a.m.
- May 18 – JV/Varsity Baseball Banquet – 6 p.m.
- May 21 – Pep Rally, Athletic Awards Ceremony – 6:30 p.m.
- May 23 - Encore 5 7:00 p.m.
- May 23 – FINALS
- May 24 – FINALS
- May 24 – Last Day of School for Students
- May 24 – Boys Golf Banquet – 6 p.m.
- May 24 - Encore 5 7:00 p.m.
- May 25 - Encore 5 7:00 p.m.
- May 27 – Graduation – 4 p.m.
- National Youth Advisory Council - Keep America Beautiful is accepting applications for the new National Youth Advisory Council. This is a unique opportunity for ten high school students (15-18 years old) from diverse backgrounds across the nation to participate in a service-learning and leadership development program.
- The National Youth Advisory Council creates a framework for youth engagement. KAB is seeking to infuse the youth voice into our programs. Members will serve as ambassadors and represent KAB within their community and state. YAC members will participate in the KAB National Conference and produce materials to distribute to the KAB affiliate network.
- Youth interested in applying must meet the following criteria:
• Be between 15-18 years old by June 1, 2012
• Be enrolled in high school (in grades 11 or 12) in September 2012
• Be a USA resident and citizen
• Be able to commit to a term from June 2012 - June 2013 including a minimum of 1 hour per month
• Be available to travel with a parent/guardian chaperon January 29-31, 2013 for an expense-paid, youth leadership training in Washington, DC as part of the KAB National Conference (travel for member and parent/guardian chaperon will be covered by KAB for 2013 National Conference)
• Be available via phone and internet for monthly webinar meetings with fellow Council members
• Be able to provide feedback and participate in program evaluations
- Applications accepted through Thursday, May 31, 2012 5:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time. Application must be submitted on-line and is available by clicking here (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/kabyouthadvisorycouncil). If you have questions or need assistance please contact Cecile Carson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.659.3030 or text to 940.230-6035.
- NO BACKPACKS in the auditorium at Senior Honors this Friday, May 18th!
- NO SCHOOL LUNCH will be provided on Thursday, May24th – Please plan accordingly!
- Yearbook Distribution News:
Yearbook distribution will be Friday, May 18 during block 4 (for those done for the day) and after school in the hallway by the weight room.
Yearbooks will also be distributed before and after school on Monday, May 21 in in the office hallway. After that yearbooks may be picked up from the bookkeeper's office.
No books will be distributed before May 18 after school. Students need to bring their student photo ID and be on the list to pick up their books. Students may not pick up a book for another student unless they have the receipt and written permission.
Any extra books will be sold for $65 during distribution on a first come basis. A limited supply of extra books is available.
LUNCH FOR THURSDAY
- Breaded Beef Sandwich on Whole Grain Bun, Sub Sandwich or Manager selected 3rd entré
SPORTS FOR THURSDAY
- Girls Varsity Tennis – State Tournament – 8 a.m.
- The UNL College of Education and Human Sciences is having the first annual Summer Camp for students who might be interested in working with pre-schoolers/ school age children and or young adults in an educational environment. The camp is June 10th - 15th, The cost is $700 and scholarships are available. For information and a application go to bigredcamps.unl.edu or contact Dr. Guy Trainin at email@example.com
- Summer Food Program Information
Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department, 3140 N Street
Free meals for children age 2-18 at income-eligible community sites. Offered during the summer when reduced fee lunches are not available. Call 402-441-8000 for site information.
- Host families are needed for Japanese Junior High boys for 4 days this summer. The dates are June 23 - 26. Please contact Mrs. Mercure or Mrs. Sypal at Lux Middle School to get involved in this wonderful opportunity. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Tickets are on sale for the final production from Silver Hawk Theatre in its 10th Anniversary Season - ENCORE 5. We will be presenting some of the most popular and beloved song and dance numbers from EVERY MUSICAL that Silver Hawk Theatre has produced in our ten years! Reserved seating is a MUST so please make your FREE WILL $10 donation for your ticket today! Performances are May 23,24,25, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Call the Box Office at 402-436-1335.
- Summer School, 2012 will be held at North Star High School from May 31-July 12 from 8:00-11:50 AM. Students may take 2 classes (10 credits). Classes meeting most graduation requirements will be offered. E learning will be available at all the high schools and Bryan.
2012 High School Summer School Registration information:
Week of 4/23: LPS current Seniors only
Week of 4/30: LPS current Seniors and Juniors only
Week of 5/7: All LPS students
Week of 5/14: All LPS students and non LPS students
May 20th: Last day for registrations by 4:00
Students who plan to be gone on vacation, camps or clinics for three or more school days should NOT register for summer school. Stop in the Counseling Center for booklet and registration material.
- Planning on detasseling this summer? Information can be found in the Counseling Center!
- UNMC is holding its annual Summer Health Professions Career Workshop, from July 31 to August 3. Students will have the opportunity to investigate different health careers. This program is available current sophomores with a GPA of 3.0 or better. There is limited enrollment and applications are due by June 1. Cost is $275. Check with Mr. Ernst in the Counseling Center if you are interested.
- When: June 25-29 OR July 23-27, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Where: BryanLGH College of Health Sciences,
5035 Everett St., Lincoln, Nebraska
Cost: $300 (includes $50 non-refundable deposit required
at time of application). This includes lunches, scrub
uniforms, supplies, transportation to field trips and
bowling and pizza social activity. Ten scholarship
spots are available courtesy of Woods CharitableFoundation.
Applications available in the Counseling Center from Mr Ernst.
May “To Do” Lists for College Bound Juniors and Seniors
___ Apply for student loans, if necessary.
___ Register for freshmen orientation at your college.
___ Start a list of dorm room essentials.
___ Get a summer job to help pay college expenses.
___ Register by May 8 for June 2 SAT.
___ Register by May 4 for June 9 ACT.
___ Continue campus visits.
___ Get a summer job and save for college.
For free help with college planning, contact the EducationQuest location nearest you:
Lincoln - 402-475-5222
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