May 13, 2013 - Student Bulletin
MARK YOUR CALENDAR:
- May 13 – Band/Orchestra Concert – 7:00 p.m.
- May 13 Track and Field Banquet 6 p.m.
- May 15 – Choir Concert – 6:30 p.m.
- May 16 - Senior Honors - 8:15 a.m. in Auditorium
- May 16 – Girls Soccer banquet 6 p.m. AND Theatre banquet 6 p.m.
- May 16-19 - Science Olympiad Nationals in Dayton, Ohio
- May 20 – Spring Recognition Pep Rally – 2nd Block
- May 20 - Athletics Awards Ceremony – 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in Commons
- May 22 – Senior Meeting to pick up cap & gown – 12:30 p.m. in Auditorium
- May 22 – Boy’s Varsity Soccer Banquet – 5:30 p.m.
- May 25 - Graduation @ Pershing – 9:00 a.m.
May 22- 7:50 - 8:55 Final Exam Preparation
9:00 – 10:30 Block 1 Exam
10:45 – 12:15 Block 2 Exam
12:15 – 3:30 Test make-up if necessary
May 23- 7:50 – 8:55 Final Exam Preparation
9:00 – 10:30 Block 3 Exam
10:45 – 12:15 Block 4 Exam
12:15 – 3:30 Test make-up if necessary
- SENIORS… Please pay any fines you may have BEFORE the 22nd of May. There is a list of names posted on the office window, book-keepers window and posted in front the trophy case.
- The Yearbooks are coming! The Yearbooks are coming! - Mark your calendar for Thursday, May 16. Yearbooks will be distributed during 4th (for those out of school) and after 4th until 3:45 for those with a 4th block class. Yearbook has a master list, so if you bought a book ahead of time, all you have to do is show your ID and sign to pick up your book. Books will be distributed in the hallway by the weight room.
- If you can't be there Thursday to pick up your book, don't worry! Yearbooks will be distributed Friday and Monday before school by the bookkeeper's office beginning at 7:30 until 8:10. They will also be distributed after school from 3-3:30.
- Haven't bought a book yet? Extras will be sold at distribution for $65. Bring your check or cash at distribution time and head to the sales table. After Thursday, books will be sold before/after school at the bookkeeper's office.
- PLEASE NOTE: No early sales. No yearbooks distributed before the noted times.
LUNCH FOR MONDAY
- French toast sticks with sausage links; Hamburger pizza; manager's choics
SPORTS: GO HAWKS!
- Softball Pre-season Meeting Wednesday May 15 at 3:20 – A118 Forum
- Students interested in learning more about Lincoln Public Schools' Focus Schools are invited to an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 15th in the Counseling Center Conference Room. Students MUST sign-up in the Counseling Center prior to the meeting.
- National Honor Society is collecting items for The Gathering Place (Soup Kitchen)
- Please bring paper towels, napkins, toilet paper, foam cups or financial contributions to room A117 TPC. Now through May 15th. Thanks Emily Johnson and Ali Love
- The Youth Leadership Lincoln program (YLL) works to enhance the knowledge and leadership skills of area high school students by motivating and empowering them to be committed to their community. The YLL program provides an interactive, hands-on experience in which students focus on developing leadership skills and a life-long commitment to community service. Participants have the opportunity to meet with community leaders from all areas of society and learn firsthand how youth leadership can make a difference.
- DO NOT MISS the final production of Silver Hawk Theatre's 2012-2013 season - The FACULTY SHOW - MOON OVER BUFFALO. May 20 & 21st - 7:00 p.m
- Hilarious misunderstandings pile on madcap misadventures, in this "valentine" to Theatre Hams everywhere! Starring our very own:
- Elaine Harris
- Bob Henrichs
- Mel Hernandez
- Josh Hinrichs
- Jim Hill
- Angela Kramer
- Marla Payant
- David Tien
- Tickets are on sale NOW! $10 for Adults and $8 for Students at the Box office or call 402-436-1335. End your school year on a funny note, and do not miss out on this great comedy!
- There are still spots available in BryanLGH's Health Career camps this summer. For more information or to register, go to: http://www.bryanhealth.com/healthcareercamp
- The Wildlife Safari in Ashland, NE is still looking for students at least 16 years old for part-time positions this summer. This would be a great opportunity for students who like to work with animals or tourism! To apply, go to omahazoo.com and look under Career/Volunteer.
- Summer School materials are here! Registration for LPS seniors begins on April 22nd, LPS juniors on April 29th, and all other LPS students on May 6. The final day to register will be May 17. Tuition costs are $130 for 5.0 credits and $60 for each additional 5.0 credit course. Please see your counselor for the registration form or with questions you may have. Summer school will run from May 30 - July 11 from 8 am - noon. As a reminder, attendance at summer school is very strict. Students who plan to be gone on vacation, camps or clinics for three or more days should not register for summer school. Additional information can be found at www.lps.org under the Instructional Departments category.
- If you are a 16-18 year old student interested in economics, politics, or international relations, there is an international forum at Oxford University during August 2013. Additional information can be found at www.oxfordx.com.
- The YMCA is looking for high school students interested in childcare, lifeguard, or swimming lesson instructor summer jobs. See Ms. Burk in the Counseling Center for more information.
- UNMC is hosting a Summer Health Professions Career Workshop at UNMC in Omaha from July 30-August 2. This is open to students entering their junior year who have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and are interested in health professions. The total cost of the program is $275, which includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks during the day, program costs and fees, transportation while in Omaha, and chaperone and dorm room expenses. For more information or for an application, please see Ms. Burk in the Counseling Center.
- Goodwill is hiring for summer positions. Apply online at www.lincolngoodwill.org.
- Summer Opportunities/programs—make sure to check it out! Click on – Summer Opportunities or see the below web address:
- Spring football conditioning for those not out for a Spring sport is each Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday beginning at 3:20. Meet in the athletic hallway. Coach King
- Seniors and juniors, if you have not registered for Scholarship Quest or any of the national college scholarship searches listed on the Counseling Center's website, please do so immediately as there are several new scholarships that have been listed this week. While the majority of scholarships are for current seniors, eligible juniors who are registered with the searches will be notified of opportunities available to them.
- Below is the list for review session for the AP US History exam on May 15th, these are optional:
Monday 5/13 - 7:30 A112, Unit VII
Tuesday 5/14 - 3:15 A112, Unit VIII