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Monday, April 30

·                     Seniors: Tuesday, May 1st is national college decision day!  Every senior who has been accepted into college can stop by the College and Career center during your lunch period for free pizza to celebrate getting into college.  

·                     Friday, May 4th Mr. Hahn will be hosting a last minute college preparation workshop.  All students who come can work on anything they need to finish preparing for college before the school year ends.  Students of all grades are welcome, as long as they have a pass and permission from their teacher.

·                     Coach Clay would like to say congratulations to Eric Hawkins, Nick Young, Nathan Jones, Jared Love, and Deontre Wilson for qualifying to the state track meet in Austin,TX on May 12th.  Deontre Wilson finished second in the Discus with a throw of 169ft; Eric Hawkins finished in 1st place in the 200 meter dash with a time of 21.17; Nick Young finished in 1st place with a time of 38.20 in the 300 meter hurdles; Nathan Jones, Eric Hawkins, Jared Love, and Nick Young finished in 2nd place in the 400 meter relay with a time of 41.2. We are very proud of you.  Good job!  

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that will be located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  Please complete this form if you plan to attend college in the fall.   Return the completed form to the Registrar as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.  

·                     Congratulations to the Lady Lobo softball team for a great season.  They ended the year by making it to the Bi-District playoffs. ·                     A

·                     Alley Fest 2012 is May 11 thru the 13th – Volunteers Needed!
Alley Fest is just a few weeks away and they are seeking great volunteers to help make this year’s Alley Fest a huge success.
  Many shifts are available on Friday night and all day Saturday.  All volunteers receive a Free T-shirt.  The Volunteer Information Sheet is located at the receptionist’s desk.  Please complete the form and return it back to Mrs. Watson at the Receptionist’s desk by May 7th at 7:55 AM or call 903-295-4245.
 

·                     Cheeburger Cheeburger at 3407 N. Fourth Street invites all LISD parents, students, employees and friends of Longview ISD to celebrate a successful school year and the coming summer all day on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Cheeburger Cheeburger will donate 15% of the restaurant’s receipts from the day to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc.  Diners must bring the flyer that students were given at school for this fundraiser. Copies will be available at the restaurant!  You may also print a flyer from the LISD home page where the article about the partnership is posted.  

·                     If you ordered a Six Flags Physics Shirt you money is due NOW.  Please turn it in to your Physics teacher or Mrs. Smith in room 233.  

·                     LISTEN UP: Anyone interested in playing tennis next year please go to room 113 by little theater and see Coach Anders.  

·                     There will be a Global Senior meeting tomorrow, May 1st at 9:45 in the Little Theater.

Cinco de Mayo luncheon is May 2nd from 1:30 to 3:00 PM.  Food tickets may be purchased in the Global office for $4.00. The last day to purchase is Monday, April 30th.   

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.  

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250. You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is tomorrow, May 1st.  

·                   Seniors, you will need to come by Vicki White’s office located behind the receptionist’s desk to check on any outstanding fines.  You will not receive your diploma if these fines are not taken care of before graduation.  

·                    We now have a "Tardy Center" all tardies and sign in/out will be conducted there.  It is located where the previous attendance office was.  

·                    Seniors, if you are receiving a scholarship, you MUST complete and return a scholarship reporting form to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by Monday, May 7, if you plan to be included in the Scholarship Awards Night to be held on May 14. Mrs. Ray has no way of knowing about scholarships you are receiving from your college or university, and you may have been contacted from a local donor who has not told Mrs. Ray about the scholarship.  PLEASE turn in the forms!  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Tuesday, April 24 - Friday, April 27 -- TAKS Testing

Monday, April 23

·                     The Longview High School UIL Academics team traveled to Baylor University on April 20-21 to participate in the Region 5A academic meet.  Students earning a spot to compete at the state meet on May 21-22 include: Social Studies, Molly Adams, Coach -

First Place Team: Andrew O’Connor, Josh Hilscher, Pedro Berrios-Martinez and Alejandra Palameno; Journalism, Kevin Berns, Coach - Editorial Writing; Caroline Araiza – 3rd Place Individual
Feature Writing:
Cookie Guck – 4th Place – First Alternate
Headline Writing:
Cookie Guck – 3rd Place
In addition to the six state bound finishers, Coach Heather Cisco’s Calculator Applications team took
2nd Place team, which places them as a Wildcard team. Members include Andrew O’Connor, Taylor Yuen, Judson Daniels, and Chris Yu. Andrew O’Connor placed 5th in Social Studies, while Cookie Guck finished 5th in News Writing.

Congratulations to these students and coaches! Other regional qualifiers participating in the meet included Marcus Stroud, Yanitza Tapia, Karis Warren, Hannah Brown, Lucia Lopez, Sarah Konvalin, Jackson Schaap, LeGrand Northcutt, Cherryl Tronzon, Wynter Fielder, Cierra Walker, and Carly Hedrick.

·                     Congratulations to Longview FFA President Catherine Garland. She has been awarded the Longview Harvest Festival Patsy Hollinsworth Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $ 5000.00  

·                     This week was chosen by our school for the Longview Community Ministries’ food drive.  The total count will be matched with $l donation per item to hunger-fighting agencies nationwide (LCM) by a New Jersey philanthropist, Alan Shawn Feinstein.  With the week at an end, our school count is barely over 100 items.  LCM will accept food for the challenge through next week, so THIS WEEK END if you have nonperishables to share please remember the need and the drive!   

·                     We have lost, stolen, or misplaced items in the Student Service Center that MUST be picked up by next Friday, April 27, 2012 or they will be given away.

·                     Auditions for the Senior Directed Plays will be held in the black box in the Fine Arts building today and Tuesday at 4:00. Anyone may try out. There will be 5 plays.

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250. You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1. 

·                     The College and Career Center has two new scholarships for seniors:  the Nicole "Nikki" Cartwright Scholarship for $150 and the Lolita Bush Scholarship for $150. 

·                    We now have a "Tardy Center" all tardies and sign in/out will be conducted there.  It is located where the previous attendance office was located.

·                    All first semester Freshmen Initiative Honor Roll students who plan go to Texas Eastman Friday, May 27 must turn in their Parent Permission Forms by Monday, May 23. If a student does not return the form, he/she will not be permitted to get on the bus. Check with your English teacher to see if you are eligible for the trip. 

·                    Seniors, if you are receiving a scholarship, you MUST complete and return a scholarship reporting form to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by Monday, May 7, if you plan to be included in the Scholarship Awards Night to be held on May 14. Mrs. Ray has no way of knowing about scholarships you are receiving from your college or university, and you may have been contacted from a local donor who has not told Mrs. Ray about the scholarship.  PLEASE turn in the forms!  

·                     There are too many trays and trash being left on the tables in the cafeteria.  It is your responsibility to return these items to the proper receptacle. 

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Thursday, April 19

·                     Auditions for the Senior Directed Plays will be held in the black box in the Fine Arts building next Monday and Tuesday at 4:00. Anyone may try out. There will be 5 plays.

·                     To all 10th graders that have not turned in their schedule request forms, please do so by Thursday. Mrs. Minix will select your classes if these forms are not signed and turned in by Thursday 4/19/12.

·                    LHS Food Drive started the week Monday with the Saucy Sophomores, collecting 37 food items, to head the school’s class and faculty competition.  With only four more days we need to think of the 1 in 6 people in America who struggle with hunger as being our Longview neighbors.   The Longview Food Pantry needs non-perishables to meet its summer demands.  The Faculty and LHS Classes will compete for bragging rights and a designated jean-spirit day for winning this week’s food drive competition. 

·                     The annual art auction will be held today, April 19 in the Little Theater.  The preview will begin at 5:30.  The Live Auction will begin at 7:00.  The Silent Auction will end at 8:00.  All students, parents, teachers, everyone is invited to join us.  This year we will have a REAL auctioneer!  Please come and help us make it a wonderful evening.  

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm.

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by tomorrow, the 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants.

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day. 

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1.   

·                     There are too many trays and trash being left on the tables in the cafeteria.  It is your responsibility to return these items to the proper receptacle.

·                    To All Faculty and Staff – TRS Active Care Spring Enrollment begins today through May 25th.  Enrollment information has been placed in your mail box.  Please review.  Further information has been emailed to you from the Administration Office.  If you are changing your plan or discontinuing because of retirement or just not returning, complete the form as directed and send the form to Sophie Cunningham at the ESC. If there aren’t any changes, then you do not have to return anything. 

·                    Students, there are 3 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

WANTED:

Global High Students

For

STYLE  SHOW 
(Male & Female)

Traditional attire: Aztec & Ranchero styles

Deadline to apply:  April 20, 2012

Wednesday, April 18

·                     Congratulation to the Lady Lobo softball teams on their victories over Tyler Lee last night.  With the win, the junior varsity team went undefeated during district play!  The win for the varsity team last night advanced them to the playoffs.  The playoff game will be determined at a later date.

·                     To all 10th graders that have not turned in their schedule request forms, please do so by Thursday. Mrs. Minix will select your classes if these forms are not signed and turned in by Thursday 4/19/12.

·                    LHS Food Drive started the week Monday with the Saucy Sophomores, collecting 37 food items, to head the school’s class and faculty competition.  With only four more days we need to think of the 1 in 6 people in America who struggle with hunger as being our Longview neighbors.   The Longview Food Pantry needs non-perishables to meet its summer demands.  The Faculty and LHS Classes will compete for bragging rights and a designated jean-spirit day for winning this week’s food drive competition. 

·                     The annual art auction will be held Thursday, April 19 in the Little Theater.  The preview will begin at 5:30.  The Live Auction will begin at 7:00.  The Silent Auction will end at 8:00.  All students, parents, teachers, everyone is invited to join us.  This year we will have a REAL auctioneer!  Please come and help us make it a wonderful evening.

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm. 

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by tomorrow, 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants.

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1.  

·                    To All Faculty and Staff – TRS Active Care Spring Enrollment begins today through May 25th.  Enrollment information has been placed in your mail box.  Please review.  Further information has been emailed to you from the Administration Office.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call Mrs. Voyles.

·                    Students, there are 3 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

WANTED:

Global High Students

For

STYLE  SHOW 
(Male & Female)

Traditional attire: Aztec & Ranchero styles

Deadline to apply:  April 20, 2012

Tuesday, April 17

·                     The Lady Lobo softball team will have its last district game tonight at home.  JV will start at 5:30, followed by Varsity.  It is also Senior Night.  The varsity softball team will honor its 5 seniors tonight before the start of the game.  Please come out and support these young ladies.  

·                    LHS Food Drive started the week Monday with the Saucy Sophomores, collecting 37 food items, to head the school’s class and faculty competition.  With only four more days we need to think of the 1 in 6 people in America who struggle with hunger as being our Longview neighbors.   The Longview Food Pantry needs non-perishables to meet its summer demands.  The Faculty and LHS Classes will compete for bragging rights and a designated jean-spirit day for winning this week’s food drive competition. 

·                     Sophomore Michele Farren was named an All-State Texas artist this Saturday at the competition taking place in Bryan, Texas.  If you teach her please congratulate her - we are very proud of her.

·                     The annual art auction will be held the evening of Thursday, April 19 in the Little Theater.  The preview will begin at 5:30.  The Live Auction will begin at 7:00.  The Silent Auction will end at 8:00.  All students, parents, teachers, everyone is invited to join us.  This year we will have a REAL auctioneer!  Please come and help us make it a wonderful evening.

·                     Congratulations to the UIL One Act play for their performance at the Area competition.Also to Stephen Webb for an All Star Tech Award; Simone Macklin for All Star Cast;Uniqua Richardson for Honorable Mention All Star Cast; Christian Howard for Honorable Mention All Star Cast.

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm.  

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday, April the 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants.

·                     Forever Friends needs your help to feed the Longview hungry this summer.  A class and faculty competition to collect non-perishable food for the Longview Community Ministries’ FOOD BOX will be conducted next week:  April 16-April 20.  The winning class or the faculty will not only receive bragging rights but also the opportunity to wear jeans and a spirit shirt on a non-Friday weekday!  Longview High School will also be competing for the Longview Area Schools Food Drive Competition during this competition, so let’s show some spirit through giving!

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship! 

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.  

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.  

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1.   

·                    Teachers, The TSTA Representative will be here in the upper Library this AM.  Don’t forget to stop by. 

·                    Students are not to wear any item of clothing that is not considered a hoodie on top of your collared shirt.  It is Spring time so there is no need to have another shirt on top of your collared shirt.  Remember your 3rd dress code violation results in a $15 fine.   In addition ladies, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 3 inches above the knee and no shorter.  

·                    Students, there are 4 days left until TAKS  

·                    We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

 WANTED:

Global High Students

For

STYLE  SHOW 
(Male & Female)

Traditional attire: Aztec & Ranchero styles

Deadline to apply:  April 20, 2012

Thursday, April 12

·                     Attention Global seniors:  You may pay your $10 fee for the Senior Banquet in the Global Office.  Deadline is May 14th 12pm. 

·                    The lobo tennis team wrapped up the district tournament yesterday finishing second in the boys and third in the girls in team points.  Special congrats to district champion Paulo Pliego for 1st place in boys singles and district runner up Nick Novy for 2nd in boys singles.  Congrats as well to district champions Ryan Pfaff and Jenelle Kral for 1st place in mixed doubles.  Congratulations to you guys on a great tournament and good luck at regionals!

·                     Attention College Bound Senior girls - Flyers concerning sororities (Longview Area Alumnae Panhellenics) are now available in the college and career center.

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday, April the 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants. 

·                     Forever Friends needs your help to feed the Longview hungry this summer.  A class and faculty competition to collect non-perishable food for the Longview Community Ministries’ FOOD BOX will be conducted next week:  April 16-April 20.  The winning class or the faculty will not only receive bragging rights but also the opportunity to wear jeans and a spirit shirt on a non-Friday weekday!  Longview High School will also be competing for the Longview Area Schools Food Drive Competition during this competition, so let’s show some spirit through giving!  

·                     There are only 40 prom tickets left and must be sold by Wednesday at lunch.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Prices are $60.00 per couple or $30.00 single.  See Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.  All students attending prom must arrive no later than 9:00 pm and if you leave you will not be readmitted.  The buffet starts at 8:30.  Pictures will be taken by Hannah Cromer at the same prices as senior celebration.  

·                     The Theatre Department will present the one act play NOISES OFF next Monday night at 6:30. The students will advance to Area Competition next Wed. Cost will be $1 for students and $2 for adults.  

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.  

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day. 

·                     Seniors, The Longview Area Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance Scholarship is now available in the College and Career Center.  

·                     Seniors, the Aaron Burleson Chapter of the DAR Scholarship is due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon today if you want her to mail it for you.  Please be on time.  The following scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Ray on Friday, April 13, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Donnie Daniels Memorial Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association
Longview/Gregg
County Retired Teachers Scholarship

·                     The following scholarship application is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, April 16, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Deep East Texas A&M Mothers Club  

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1. 

·                    Students are not to wear any item of clothing that is not considered a hoodie on top of your collared shirt.  It is Spring time so there is no need to have another shirt on top of your collared shirt.  Remember your 3rd dress code violation results in a $15 fine.

·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 3 inches above the knee and no shorter.

·                    Students, there are 10 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Wednesday, April 11

·                     The boys Soccer Season ended last night in an amazingly exciting game at Lee High School.  After finding themselves 3 goals down, the Lobos almost tied it up with the last kick of the game, losing 3-2.  It was a fantastic season.  They finished with a record of 16-4-6.  They became District Champs for only the 3rd time in the programs History. This years seniors were a very special group of people that will be sadly missed by Coach Wright, and Coach Fenet. Senior Israel Madrid broke the School's "Single Season Scoring Record" with 28 goals. Celso Alejandro, Daladier Zamudio, Killian Briceno, Salym De Luna, and Jose Rojas proved to be the best group of defenders in the schools history. Seniors in Midfield , Hugo Flores, Mario Lopez, Chuy Soto, and Harrison Rice, played their hearts out in practice and games all season long.    Thank you teachers and administators for your support and words of encouragement.  It was a great season.

·                     The JV baseball team won last night 14 to 3 over Mesquite. They are now 5 and 1 in District. WAY TO GO LOBOS! They play Thursday here!

·                     Attention College Bound Senior girls - Flyers concerning sororities (Longview Area Alumnae Panhellenics) are now available in the college and career center.

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday, April the 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants.

·                     Forever Friends needs your help to feed the Longview hungry this summer.  A class and faculty competition to collect non-perishable food for the Longview Community Ministries’ FOOD BOX will be conducted next week:  April 16-April 20.  The winning class or the faculty will not only receive bragging rights but also the opportunity to wear jeans and a spirit shirt on a non-Friday weekday!  Longview High School will also be competing for the Longview Area Schools Food Drive Competition during this competition, so let’s show some spirit through giving!

·                     There are only 40 prom tickets left and must be sold by Wednesday at lunch.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Prices are $60.00 per couple or $30.00 single. 

Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.  All students attending prom must arrive no later than 9:00 pm and if you leave you will not be readmitted.  The buffet starts at 8:30.  Pictures will be taken by Hannah Cromer at the same prices as senior celebration.

·                     The Theatre Department will present the one act play NOISES OFF next Monday night at 6:30. The students will advance to Area Competition next Wed. Cost will be $1 for students and $2 for adults.  

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day. 

·                     Seniors, The Longview Area Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance Scholarship is now available in the College and Career Center.

·                     Seniors, the Aaron Burleson Chapter of the DAR Scholarship is due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon today if you want her to mail it for you.  Please be on time.  The following scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Ray on Friday, April 13, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Donnie Daniels Memorial Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association
Longview/Gregg
County Retired Teachers Scholarship

·                     The following scholarship application is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, April 16, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Deep East Texas A&M Mothers Club

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1.   

Sharon Rettig, Counselor of Global High has been named Counselor of the Year by the Piney Wood Counselor Association, a division of the Texas Counseling Association. Rettig is a career educator and consultant with 20 plus years in the educational arena. For the past 20 years, Ms. Rettig has addressed taking care of students holistically. Her focus has been on all learning levels with recent emphasis in children’s social and behavior skills with research in Relational Aggression. We are so proud of you Ms. Rettig and all that you have done not only for our school district and the students but for all of us at Longview High School.  Congratulations 

·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 3 inches above the knee and no shorter.  

·                    Students, there are 10 days left until TAKS

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Tuesday, April 10

·                     Attention College Bound Senior girls - Flyers concerning sororities (Longview Area Alumnae Panhellenics) are now available in the college and career center.

·                     Attention National Honor Society inductees.  Remember your dues need to be turned in to Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday, April the 19th if you wish to be included in our induction ceremony.  Also, our induction time has changed to 7:30 PM that Saturday to accommodate Regional UIL participants. 

·                     Congratulations to the following new members of the 2012-2013 Viewettes! They are: Bailey Nance, Alexis Mosley, Lindsey Sanchez, Jordan Pointer, Mikaila Medlin, Kaila Cumby, Morgan Mitchell, Alex Montgomery, Christa Howard, Breunya Fluellen, Sarah Reesor, Alissa Rash, Carmen Webb, Callie Fruia, Soraya Cardenas, Skylar Brodie and Ashlei Mitchell.

·                     The boys’ soccer playoff game will be tonight at 7:00 PM vs Tyler Lee at @Tyler Lee High School.  Good luck guys!

·                     Forever Friends needs your help to feed the Longview hungry this summer.  A class and faculty competition to collect non-perishable food for the Longview Community Ministries’ FOOD BOX will be conducted next week:  April 16-April 20.  The winning class or the faculty will not only receive bragging rights but also the opportunity to wear jeans and a spirit shirt on a non-Friday weekday!  Longview High School will also be competing for the Longview Area Schools Food Drive Competition during this competition, so let’s show some spirit through giving!

·                     There are only 40 prom tickets left and must be sold by Wednesday at lunch.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Prices are $60.00 per couple or $30.00 single.  See Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.  All students attending prom must arrive no later than 9:00 pm and if you leave you will not be readmitted.  The buffet starts at 8:30.  Pictures will be taken by Hannah Cromer at the same prices as senior celebration.  

·                     Physics Day at Six Flags deadline is today, April 10th.  No exceptions.$65.00 cash/checks payable to LHS. Bring $ to Room 233 (Mrs. Smith) for a receipt.  

·                     The Theatre Department will present the one act play NOISES OFF next Monday night at 6:30. The students will advance to Area Competition next Wed. Cost will be $1 for students and $2 for adults.   

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.  

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     Seniors, The Longview Area Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance Scholarship is now available in the College and Career Center.  

·                     Seniors, the Aaron Burleson Chapter of the DAR Scholarship is due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon tomorrow, April 11th, if you want her to mail it for you.  Please be on time.  The following scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Ray on Friday, April 13, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Donnie Daniels Memorial Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association
Longview/Gregg
County Retired Teachers Scholarship

·                     The following scholarship application is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, April 16, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:       Deep East Texas A&M Mothers Club  

·                     Attention all students enrolled in any visual art class:  You are eligible to compete for the Todd and Janet Kelly Visual Art Scholarship in the amounts of $1,000, $750 and $250..  You must submit art for the scholarship according to the guidelines listed in the application.  This is open to students in grades 9-12.  Deadline is May 1. 

 ·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 3 inches above the knee and no shorter. 

·                    Students, there are 11 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Monday, April 9

·                     There are only 40 prom tickets left and must be sold by Wednesday at lunch.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Prices are $60.00 per couple or $30.00 single.  See Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.  All students attending prom must arrive no later than 9:00 pm and if you leave you will not be readmitted.  The buffet starts at 8:30.  Pictures will be taken by Hannah Cromer at the same prices as senior celebration.

·                     Physics Day at Six Flags deadline extended to Tuesday April 10th.  No exceptions. $65.00 cash/checks payable to LHS. Bring $ to Room 233 (Mrs. Smith) for a receipt.

·                     The Theatre Department will present the one act play NOISES OFF next Monday night at 6:30. The students will advance to Area Competition next Wed. Cost will be $1 for students and $2 for adults.  

·                     Congratulations to the Lobo Girls Golf team for placing 2nd yesterday with a two day total of 840 at Twin Lakes Golf Course. The ladies improved over 90 strokes from last year. This qualifies them for regional’s for the second straight year. Four of the five Longview Golfers made first team all district including Cheyann Alford with a two day total of 198, Emily Gruppi with a 201,  Allessia Scribner 227,  Meghan McNamara 214 other Lobo golfers Hanna Brown shot a 236, Bianca Woolley 259, Emily McCarty 260 and Andrea Simonton 270. Congratulation girls and good luck at Regional’s.  

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     Seniors, the Aaron Burleson Chapter of the DAR Scholarship is due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon on Wednesday, April 11, if you want her to mail it for you.  Please be on time.  The following scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Ray on Friday, April 13, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Donnie Daniels Memorial Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association
Longview/Gregg
County Retired Teachers Scholarship

·                     The following scholarship application is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, April 16, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Deep East Texas A&M Mothers Club  

·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 4 inches above the knee and no shorter.  

·                    Students, there are 11 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

WANTED:

Global High Students

For

STYLE  SHOW 
(Male & Female)

Traditional attire: Aztec & Ranchero styles

Deadline to apply:  April 20, 2012

Thursday, April 5

·                     Prom tickets must be purchased today.  Cost is $60.00 per couple and $30.00 single.  Please purchase in Rm 425. Pick up senior celebration pictures also from Ms. Blacklock.

·                    Varsity baseball had a big win over DeSoto. 11-0. They play Mesquite Horn in Mesquite tonight at 6. 

·                    JV baseball is 4-0 in District with their last win against DeSoto on Monday...17-1. They play Mesquite Horn here tonight at 6PM

·                     Students:  Casa Flora Flower Shoppe is offering $5 off your Prom corsage order if you get your order in by today.  Mention you heard this on the LHS Announcements to get your $5 off.

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.

·                     Senior Celebration pictures are now available in Room 425.  Please pick them up between classes, at lunch or after 3:00. 

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                     Today is the last day to pay for your Six Flags Physics Trip!  Bring money to Mrs. Jennifer Smith in room 233.

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 4 inches above the knee and no shorter.

·                    Students, there are 11 days left until TAKS

·                    We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately. (must read) 

 Since we are off tomorrow, Good Friday, we wish you all a good and safe holiday weekend. 
See you back here Monday, April 9th. 

And don’t forget, Happy Easter!
 

Tuesday, April 3

·                     Students:  Casa Flora Flower Shoppe is offering $5 off your Prom corsage order if you get your order in by Thursday, April 5.  Mention you heard this on the LHS Announcements to get your $5 off.

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN PRE-ORDERING A YEARBOOK HAS UNTIL FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH TO DO SO. THE COST IS $55 DOLLARS. YOU CAN ORDER ONLINE AT BALFOUR.COM OR IN THE YEARBOOK OFFICE IN ROOM 258. AFTER APRIL 13TH, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF EXTRA BOOKS WILL BE OFFERED ON A FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE BASIS FOR $60 DOLLARS.

·                     IB students are selling wristbands for $1.00 to go toward the Learning for Limbs organization to help fund a factory in Bangladesh which would help supply artificial legs to amputees.  The wristband will allow you to wear jeans this Thursday with your college shirt. 

·                     Did you have a job last year?  You may be eligible for a tax refund even if your parents claimed you on their income tax form.  Green flyers have been put up around the school giving you more information and a phone number to call to see if you qualify for this refund.  Call today!  

·                     Senior Celebration pictures are now available in Room 425.  Please pick them up between classes, at lunch or after 3:00.

·                   The coliseum and the coliseum atrium will be closed in the morning and during lunch time unless the weather is unfavorable. 

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                    For all students looking for a volunteer opportunity, the Longview Public Library wants teen volunteers.  Volunteer applications are now available in the College and Career Center.  

·                     Physics students, the date for the Six Flags Trip has changed to May 11th.  Bring the fee for the trip by April 5th to Mrs. Jennifer Smith.  Optional T-shirts are available at an additional cost.  

·                     Seniors, Remember that the following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center on Wednesday, April 4, by noon if you want her to mail them for you.  Please remember that many of you will be at the Globe event, so please plan ahead and get your applications in on Tuesday or before you leave campus on Wednesday.  

·                     The scholarships are: Longview Rotary Club Scholarship; Country Patches Quilt Guild, and the Hudson PEP Elementary School Scholarship. Seniors, Remember that the following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center on Wednesday, April 4, by noon if you want her to mail them for you.  Please remember that many of you will be at the Globe event, so please plan ahead and get your applications in on Tuesday or before you leave campus on Wednesday.

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.   

·                     We know that many of you are concerned about wearing jeans on Thursday since we will be off on Good Friday.  Thursday will be a regular uniform day.  Let me repeat myself, Thursday will be a regular uniform day unless you purchase a wristband from the IB students.  They are selling wristbands for a dollar in the coliseum breezeway.  

·                    To all of our girl students, if you choose to wear shorts, keep in mind that they must be 4 inches above the knee and no shorter.

·                    Students, there are 13 days left until TAKS  

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

Monday, April 2

·                     "Congrats to the lobo tennis TEAM LAST Friday in the 2012 LOBO INVITATIONAL.  Outstanding performers were Paulo Pliego who got 3rd place in the boys A singles draw and Nick Novy who got 3rd place in the boys B singles. Congrats to Alex Turner and JC Arnold on winning the boys B doubles consolation.  the LOBOS HAVE ONE WEEK TO PREPARE FOR DISTRICT AT ROBERT E LEE NEXT WEEK! GOOD LUCK GUYS AND KEEP WORKING HARD".

·                     IB students are selling wristbands for $1.00 to go toward the Learning for Limbs organization to help fund a factory in Bangladesh which would help supply artificial legs to amputees.  The wristband will allow you to wear jeans this Thursday with your college shirt. 

·                     Did you have a job last year?  You may be eligible for a tax refund even if your parents claimed you on their income tax form.  Green flyers have been put up around the school giving you more information and a phone number to call to see if you qualify for this refund.  Call today

·                     Senior Celebration pictures are now available in Room 425.  Please pick them up between classes, at lunch or after 3:00.  

We would like to congratulate the following students for their accomplishments at the SkillUSA-VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) State Contest this past weekend, held at Corpus Christi, Texas.  Marcus Baughn Welch, James Stone, and Aaron Hyde.

·                     Congratulations to the following students that attended the Academics Spring Meet Conference 5A District 11 that was held at DeSoto High School on Friday, March 23rd: Caroline Araiza, Laura Aciano, Sam Benton, Pedro Martinez-Berrio, Hannah Brown, Sarah Brown, Dayan Cotton, Judson Daniels, Austin Dickson, Wynter Fielder, Cookie Guck, Carly Hedrick, Josh Hilscher, Hayden Jones, Sarah Konvalin, Lucia Lopez, Oscar Martin, LeGrand Northcutt, Andrew O'Connor, Alejandro Panameno, Raul Rodriguez, Jackson Schaap, Brianna Seidel, Jose Serrano, Marcus Stroud, Yanitza Tapia, Cherryl Tronzon, Aaron Tucker, Cierra Walker, Karis Warren, Chris Yu, Taylor Yuen.

Again, Congratulations to these students and to their coaches. The regional meet will be held on April 19-21 at Baylor University. Good luck and go Lobos!

·                     Lobo artists excelled in the 2012 Longview Museum of Fine Art's Annual student exhibition as winners were announced on Saturday night.  This year's LHS winners are:

- Casey Nickel, Lolee Thy Vi Huyah, Josh Sheek, Madison Branch, Carly Hedrick, Kaylaln Fambles, Serena Tuel, Quillanie Briceno, Emily Grupi, Nina Ignatchenko, Alex Vincent, Nelson Flanagan, Chauncy Davis, Adriana Porras, Cole Kendrick, Trisha Morris, Chauncey Davis and Javarious Bradley.  Congratulations – we are very proud of all of you.

·                   The coliseum and the coliseum atrium will be closed in the morning and during lunch time unless the weather is unfavorable.  

·                     Fellowship Club is a gathering of Christians of any and all denominations to talk and grow in their faith. Meet in Mr. Hull’s room every Tuesday morning at 7:15 for fun, faith, and fellowship!  

·                    For all students looking for a volunteer opportunity, the Longview Public Library wants teen volunteers.  Volunteer applications are now available in the College and Career Center.  

·                     Physics students, the date for the Six Flags Trip has changed to May 11th.  Bring the fee for the trip by April 5th to Mrs. Jennifer Smith.  Optional T-shirts are available at an additional cost.  

·                     The following scholarships are due today, April 2 deadlines.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn by noon if you want Mrs. Ray to mail them.  They are: 

Bramlette Elementary School PTA Scholarship
Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship
Longview 2020 Scholarship
Bettina Gray DAR Scholarship

Gregg
County Texas Exes Scholarship
LHS PTO Scholarship
Greater
Longview Soccer Association Scholarship
Cecile
Moeschle Memorial Scholarship 

·                     Seniors, Remember that the following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center on Wednesday, April 4, by noon if you want her to mail them for you.  Please remember that many of you will be at the Globe event, so please plan ahead and get your applications in on Tuesday or before you leave campus on Wednesday.  

·                     The scholarships are: Longview Rotary Club Scholarship; Country Patches Quilt Guild, and the Hudson PEP Elementary School Scholarship. Seniors, Remember that the following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center on Wednesday, April 4, by noon if you want her to mail them for you.  Please remember that many of you will be at the Globe event, so please plan ahead and get your applications in on Tuesday or before you leave campus on Wednesday.

The scholarships are: Longview Rotary Club Scholarship; Country Patches Quilt Guild, and the Hudson PEP Elementary School Scholarship. 

·                     Students needing to catch up on your credits are reminded that Lead Academy is available to you from 4:00 to 7:00 PM.  If you need transportation, bus 26 will pick you up in the breezeway after school every day.

·                    After school detention is on Tuesday and Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Cafeteria – failure to show will result in ISS the next day.

·                    Seniors, if you have requested copies of your transcript recently, please come by the Registrar’s office and pick them up.    The Registrar will hold them for two weeks and then will dispose of them.

·                    The designated Visitor parking spaces are not for students.  Parking in those spaces will result in a $15.00 fine.  

·                   Students, just a little reminder that only polo type shirts are allowed.  Shirts that button all the way down are not according to our dress code.  

·                   Attention substitute teachers, please be sure your students remain in class.  Do not dismiss before the period is over and do not allow the students to leave without a yellow pass or an orange vest and only if it is necessary.  

·                    Students, there are 14 days left until TAKS 

We would like to remind all of our students that our school will not tolerate bullying.  If you have a problem, please do not take matters into your own hands or feel afraid to talk with someone about it.  If it occurs in a classroom be sure to let the teacher know of that situation.  See an assistant principal, a counselor or any other staff member immediately.

 

  04/30/2012