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Wednesday, February 29

·                     Both Boys Soccer teams won last night in DeSoto.  The JV won 4-0, and the Varsity won 5-0.  Both teams lead the District with 4 games remaining.  Israel Madrid took a big step last night towards breaking the school scoring record.  Please come out and watch the home game this Friday against Mesquite, 5:30 and 7:00 pm.

·                     The Lady Lobo soccer teams continued their unbeaten streaks last night against DeSoto. Varsity won 6-0 and the junior varsity got their 5th win in a row with a 3-0 victory. Next game is against Mesquite on Friday at Hanby stadium at 5:30 & 7:00  

·                     Zonta Club will help you select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk.

·                    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!

·                    The Freshman Honor Roll Celebration will be Thursday, March 1 at 9:00 a.m. instead of 8:15 in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Honor Roll lists have been placed in each English teacher’s classroom. Please check the list and be in your seats at 8:50 a.m. You are to sit in the seat that has the same number listed before your name on the list. Please check with Ms. Johnson if your name is not on the list.  

·                    Freshman Initiative students will go to Texas State Technical College in Marshall March 6, 7, 8, and 9. A list of students who will go each day is posted in all social studies classrooms. It is important for students to check with their social studies teachers as soon as possible to receive a Boarding Pass to get on the bus.  

·                     The Black History Program – Is today, February 29, at 10.00 a.m. will be in the Mickey Melton Fine Arts Auditorium.  The luncheon will be held after the program in the Little Theater.  

·                    Two new scholarships have arrived for seniors.  They are:

Ozarka Every Drop Counts Scholarship
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship
 

·                    Seniors, if you want Mrs. Ray to mail the following scholarships, you must give them to her by noon on Wednesday, February 29, so she can meet the mailing deadline:  Phi Delta Kappa Education Scholarship, East Texas Professional Credit Union McLauchlin Scholarship, East Texas Professional Credit Union Presidential Scholarship, and the Rusk County Electric Cooperative Scholarship, Austin Bank Scholarship. 

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!  

·                    Students, we would like to inform you that all Longview ISD school buses are equipped with security cameras.   

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)  

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox.   

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.  

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.  

Be very careful at the bus stop and bus loading areas.  Do not go between busses or around them.

Tuesday, February 28

·                     Zonta Club will help you to select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk.

·                    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. 

·                     The Black History Program – Wednesday, February 29, at 10.00 a.m. will be held in the Mickey Melton Fine Arts Auditorium.  Black History Luncheon tickets are on sale in the Global office for $4.00, please buy tickets before 9:00 a.m. Wednesday the day of the program and pick-up tickets that have been purchased. The luncheon will be held after the program in the Little Theater.

·                     Congratulations to the following for their success in the UIL competition this past weekend.  There were 41 schools and the competition was tough. We place 2nd sweepstakes behind Waller.  Earning medals or ribbons were:  Andrew O'Connor, Jose Felix, Eric Ramos, Karis Warren, Yanitza Tapia, Cookie Guck, Caroline Araiza, Hannah Brown, Sarah Brown, Taylor Yuen, Chris Yu, Judson Daniels, Simone Macklin, Jackson Schaap, Arianna Berry, and Josh Hilscherm.  A special thanks goes out to our sponsors: Molly Adams, Heather McBride, Carolyn Warren, Kevin Berns, Heather Cisco and Pam Mercer-McWilliams.  Great job!

·                    Congratulations to the Lady Lobo Softball team for winning 3 out of 6 games last week in the Texas Two-Step (The Classic) Tournament.  The Lobos beat Texas High 2-1, Kilgore 6-3, and Pine Tree 6-2.  The Lady Lobos return to action this Thursday through Saturday at Lear Park.

·                    Congratulations to the lobo tennis team on placing 2nd of 13 teams at Robert E Lee Invitational.  Paulo Pliego defeated teammate Nick Novy in the singles finals and Ryan Pfaff and Jenelle Kral placed 2nd in mixed doubles.  grats lobos and keep it up!!"  

·                    Seniors, If you want Mrs. Ray to mail your Austin Bank Scholarship application, you must give it to her in the College and Career Center by NOON on Wednesday, February 29, the deadline date, so she can mail it on time.   

Two new scholarships have arrived for seniors.  

Ozarka Every Drop Counts Scholarship
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship
 

·                    Seniors, if you want Mrs. Ray to mail the following scholarships, you must give them to her by noon on Wednesday, February 29, so she can meet the mailing deadline:  Phi Delta Kappa Education Scholarship, East Texas Professional Credit Union McLauchlin Scholarship, East Texas Professional Credit Union Presidential Scholarship, and the Rusk County Electric Cooperative Scholarship.

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

·                    Students, we would like to inform you that all Longview ISD school buses are equipped with security cameras. 

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox. 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

·                    Be very careful at the bus stop and bus loading areas.  Do not go between busses or around them. 

Black History Final Trivia 

What was the nickname given to under ground railroad travelers during the early 1800’s? 

Who wrote the words to the African-American national anthem “Lift every voice and sign?” 

Monday, February 27

·                     Zonta Club will help you to select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk.

·                    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!

·                     The Lady Lobo soccer team remains undefeated in district after a 1-0 win against Mesquite Horn last Friday night. The junior varsity also remained undefeated after a 2-0 win. They play at home tomorrow against Desoto to start the second half of district. JV plays at 5:30 and varsity plays at 7:00.  

·                    Seniors, if you applying for the Austin Bank Scholarship, you MUST turn your application in to Mrs. Ray by NOON, Wednesday, February 29th, in order for her to meet the mailing deadline!  Be on time!

·                    Two new scholarships have arrived for seniors.  They are:

Ozarka Every Drop Counts Scholarship
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

·                    Students, we would like to inform you that all Longview ISD school buses are equipped with security cameras

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Be very careful at the bus stop and bus loading areas.  Do not go between busses or around them.

Thursday, February 23 

·                     Zonta Club will help you to select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk.

·                    Roger Sims, recruiter from UT Tyler, will be on campus during all lunches on today, February 23rd, to visit with prospective students.  He will be located in the area outside the teacher mailboxes. 

·                    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, we would like to inform you that all Longview ISD school buses are equipped with security cameras.   

·                    Very important! Senior girls, if you are applying for the Women in Longview Scholarship and you want LHS to mail the applications for you, you MUST turn your application in to Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by NOON on tomorrow, February 24, so he can meet the mailing deadline.

·                    Students and faculty come to Cheddars and help the LHS Parent Teacher Organization raise money for scholarships for seniors on Sunday, February 26th.  10% of all proceeds will come back to Longview High School.  So, come eat at Cheddars next Sunday for lunch or supper or both!  It will be a big LOBO party at Cheddars!"  Students, be sure to bring the Cheddar’s Flyer located at the receptionist desk, in Student Services or in Mrs. Milam’s office.  The flyers for our faculty were placed in your mailbox last week.  

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)

·                    Seniors, if you applying for the Austin Bank Scholarship, you MUST turn your application in to Mrs. Ray by NOON, Wednesday, March 28, in order for her to meet the mailing deadline!  Be on time!

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Question 7:   Who was L. B. “Swifty” Davis?  (February 16th)

Question 8:   Who was Ms. Maggie B. Hudson? (February 17th) 

Question 9:   Who are the three African-Americans on the LISD school board of trustees?  (February 21st) 

Question 10: Name the African-American who currently serves as Justice of the Peace Pct. #4 for Gregg County. (February 22nd)

Question 11: What is the name of the current Democratic Party Chairman? (February 23rd)

Wednesday, February 22

·                     Zonta Club will help you to select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk.

·                      Longview FFA will be sponsoring a jean day on Thursday Feb 23 to emphasize Feb 20-25 as national FFA Week. Wrist bands will be on sale today in the breezeway during all lunches. 

·                    Roger Sims, recruiter from UT Tyler, will be on campus during all lunches on tomorrow, February 23rd, to visit with prospective students.  He will be located in the area outside the teacher mailboxes. 

·                    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!

·                    Congratulations to the Lady Lobo Softball team for winning 3 out of 4 games last week in their 16th Annual Lady Lobo Classic Tournament.  The Lobos beat Alba-Golden, Bullard, and Ft. Worth Brewer and now are 3-1 on the season.  The Lady Lobos had a 13-3 win over Alba-Golden, a 15-3 win over Bullard, a 5-4 win over Fort Worth Brewer, and a 7-6 loss to New Diana.  The Lobos return to action Thursday through Saturday at Lear Park.

·                    Students, we would like to inform you that all Longview ISD school buses are equipped with security cameras.  

·                    The lady lobo soccer team tied Tyler Lee 2-2 last night and lost a close shoot out to come away with one less point than Lee. It was a hard fought game in which the Lady Lobos maintained control of the majority of the game. Despite the tie, the lady lobos still remain in control over their own destiny in district. The Junior Varsity remained unbeaten in district with a 2-0 win.

·                    Very important! Senior girls, if you are applying for the Women in Longview Scholarship and you want LHS to mail the applications for you, you MUST turn your application in to Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by NOON on Friday, February 24, so he can meet the mailing deadline.  

·                    Students and faculty come to Cheddars and help the LHS Parent Teacher Organization raise money for scholarships for seniors on Sunday, February 26th.  10% of all proceeds will come back to Longview High School.  So, come eat at Cheddars next Sunday for lunch or supper or both!  It will be a big LOBO party at Cheddars!"  Students, be sure to bring the Cheddar’s Flyer located at the receptionist desk, in Student Services or in Mrs. Milam’s office.  The flyers for our faculty were placed in your mailbox last week.  

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)

New scholarships for seniors:

·                    Seniors Girls, The Junior League of Longview Scholarship has arrived in the College and Career Center.
·                   
Longview Area Association of Realtors Scholarship for any college major
·                   
For the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc.— 

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!  

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox. 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.  

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Question 7:   Who was L. B. “Swifty” Davis?  (February 16th)

Question 8:   Who was Ms. Maggie B. Hudson? (February 17th) 

Question 9:   Who are the three African-Americans on the LISD school board of trustees?  (February 21st) 

Question 10: Name the African-American who currently serves as Justice of the Peace Pct. #4 for Gregg County. (February 22nd)

Tuesday, February 21

·                     Zonta Club will help you to select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique Saturday, March 24th from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Dresses will range in sizes from 0-28.  This year students will be served on a first come first served basis.  Documentation of active school enrollment is required.   For location and information please go by the LHS Receptionist’s Desk. 

·                     The Lady Lobo soccer team beat North Mesquite Friday night 3-1 and remain unbeaten in district. They face off against the only other unbeaten team in our district, Tyler Lee, tonight to determine who is in the drivers seat for the district championship. JV kicks off at 5:30 and Varsity starts at 7:00.

·                     Today is absolutely the last day to pick up Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout Packets. Packets may be picked up from Ms. Pearce, Ms. Cisco, or Ms. Eisenhuth. The mandatory parent meeting is tonight in the cafeteria at 6:00.

·                      Longview FFA will be sponsoring a jean day on Thursday Feb 23 to emphasize Feb 20-25 as national FFA Week. Wrist bands will be on sale Tuesday and Wednesday in the breezeway during all lunches. 

·                    Roger Sims, recruiter from UT Tyler, will be on campus during all lunches on Thursday, February 23, to visit with prospective students.  He will be located in the area outside the teacher mailboxes. 

·                    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!

·                    Very important! Senior girls, if you are applying for the Women in Longview Scholarship and you want LHS to mail the applications for you, you MUST turn your application in to Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by NOON on Friday, February 24, so he can meet the mailing deadline. 

·                     Tonight's the night to dine at Johnny Cace's Seafood and Steak House to celebrate Mardi Gras.  Cace's will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from inside dining and take out from 4:00-10:00 PM to the Longview ISD Foundation in support of the 2012 Lamplighter Awards Banquet.  Enjoy a fun evening of dinner and music provided by the Longview High School jazz combo and support the Foundation as it supports LISD teachers and students through the annual Grants-to-Teachers Program and Campus Initiative Program. 

·                    Students and faculty come to Cheddars and help the LHS Parent Teacher Organization raise money for scholarships for seniors on Sunday, February 26th.  10% of all proceeds will come back to Longview High School.  So, come eat at Cheddars next Sunday for lunch or supper or both!  It will be a big LOBO party at Cheddars!"  Students, be sure to bring the Cheddar’s Flyer located at the receptionist desk, in Student Services or in Mrs. Milam’s office.  The flyers for our faculty were placed in your mailbox last week.

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)  

New scholarships for seniors:

·                    Seniors Girls, The Junior League of Longview Scholarship has arrived in the College and Career Center.
·                   
Longview Area Association of Realtors Scholarship for any college major
·                   
For the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc.—
·                   
Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox.   

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. 

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Question 7:   Who was L. B. “Swifty” Davis?  (February 16th)

Question 8:   Who was Ms. Maggie B. Hudson? (February 17th) 

Question 9:   Who are the three African-Americans on the LISD school board of trustees?  (February 21st) 

Friday, February 17

·                     The Talladega College Representative will be here today, February 17th in the main lobby next to the attendance.  Stop by for valuable college information.  

·                    Roger Sims, recruiter from UT Tyler, will be on campus during all lunches on Thursday, February 23, to visit with prospective students.  He will be located in the area outside the teacher mailboxes.  

·                    Tickets for Senior Celebration will be sold during all lunches from 11:05 AM until 1:10 PM today in the main lobby next to the faculty mailboxes they are $6.00. Tickets at the door will be $8.00  

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is February 20th at 4pm.

·                    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!

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.  

·                    Students and faculty, come to Cheddars and help the LHS Parent Teacher Organization raise money for scholarships for Seniors on Sunday, February 26th.  10% of all proceeds will come back to Longview High School.  So, come eat at Cheddars next Sunday for lunch or supper or both!  It will be a big LOBO party at Cheddars!"  Students, be sure to bring the Cheddar’s Flyer located at the receptionist desk, in Student Services or in Mrs. Milam’s office.  The flyers for our faculty were placed in your mailbox last week.  

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)  

·                     Tuesday night, the boys Varsity soccer team won 5-1 at Mesquite.  Goals came from seniors Hugo Castaneda, Jose Rojas, and 3 goals from Israel Madrid.  This makes the Lobos 2-0 in District, and 8-1-6 overall.  The Lobos play their most important game of the year this Friday against last years District Champs North Mesquite.  The game is at home, so please come out and cheer them on! 

·                    Teachers and students: Just a little reminder that Monday is a Flex day.   

New scholarships for seniors

Seniors Girls, The Junior League of Longview Scholarship has arrived in the College and Career Center.  

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Question 7:   Who was L. B. “Swifty” Davis?  (February 16th)

Question 8:   Who was Ms. Maggie B. Hudson? (February 17th) 

Thursday, February 16

·                    Roger Sims, recruiter from UT Tyler, will be on campus during all lunches on Thursday, February 23, to visit with prospective students.  He will be located in the area outside the teacher mailboxes.  

·                     There will be a very important DECA meeting tomorrow morning at 7:15 a.m. in the Career and Technology Building room 403.  Please let your parents know in time so they can prepare to get you here on time.  

·                    Tickets for Senior Celebration will be sold during all lunches from 11:05 AM until 1:10 PM today through Friday in the main lobby next to the faculty mailboxes.  

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

·                    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!

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS. 

·                    Some teachers have not turned in their 2nd period rosters that were placed in mailboxes Tuesday.  They were due back to Mrs. Nelson YESTERDAY.  These attendance rosters must be turned in today!

·                    Students, from this day forward you will NOT need to be in the coliseum during 4th and 8th period blocks.  Please be in class or if you are a senior and out of school...leave school.  (Coach Keith Smith)

·                     Tuesday night, the boys Varsity soccer team won 5-1 at Mesquite.  Goals came from seniors Hugo Castaneda, Jose Rojas, and 3 goals from Israel Madrid.  This makes the Lobos 2-0 in District, and 8-1-6 overall.  The Lobos play their most important game of the year this Friday against last years District Champs North Mesquite.  The game is at home, so please come out and cheer them on!

·                    Teachers and students: Just a little reminder that Monday is a Flex day.

New scholarships for seniors:

Insights Scholarship
Viewette Scholarship for senior Viewettes only

Longview 2020 Scholarship, $1,000 scholarship open to all seniors.
Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors Scholarship for seniors who DID NOT serve on the bank's student board.  

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9! 

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox. 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. 

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Question 7:   Who was L. B. “Swifty” Davis?  (February 16th)

 

Wednesday, February 15

·                    Tickets for Senior Celebration will be sold during all lunches from 11:05 AM until 1:10 PM today through Friday in the main lobby next to the faculty mailboxes. 

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

·                    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!

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS. 

            When students are tardy to your class be sure and record the tardy, make parent contact on the third tardy and notify the discipline center on the fourth. 

            All Seniors participating in Senior Celebration will meet in the Coliseum at 10:45 Friday morning for a brief rehearsal.  We will announce for those students to be released. 

·                    Congratulations to the following students for placing at the Hallsville UIL meet on Saturday, Feb 11: Hannah Brown, Laura Aciano, Hannah Brown, Caroline Arazia, Sarah Brown, Summer Evers, Sarah Konvalin, Ashley Kempes, Terran Dixon, and Marcus Stroud. A special thanks also goes out to our sponsors: Linda Buie, Carolyn Warren, Debi Conrad and Kevin Berns.  

·                    Teachers and students: Just a little reminder that Monday is a Flex day.  

New scholarships for seniors

Insights Scholarship
Viewette Scholarship for senior Viewettes only

Longview 2020 Scholarship, $1,000 scholarship open to all seniors.

Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors Scholarship for seniors who DID NOT serve on the bank's student board.

·                    Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9! 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.  

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Question 6:   Who was I. E. Willis, Jr.?  (February 15th)

Tuesday, February 14 -- Happy Valentine's Day

·                     A reminder:   All Students & Faculty wearing a LHS Spirit Shirt and Jeans today, must be wearing a green LHS FCCLA wristband.  The cost is $1.00.  If a someone does not have a wristband they can purchase them from Betsy Brooks room 422 or Mrs. Baggett room 430 in the Career Technology Building this morning or from Shirley Works in the Student Services Center first thing this morning.  Students and Faculty should be wearing a spirit shirt not just any shirt.  Thank you so much for your support for our FCCLA group.  The fundraiser will go toward our Field Trip to Dallas.  Teachers, please do a dress code check first period.

·                    Tickets for Senior Celebration will be sold during all lunches from 11:05 AM until 1:10 PM today through Friday in the main lobby next to the faculty mailboxes.

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

·                     Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts today, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member.

·                    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!  

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

New Scholarships for Seniors

Insights Scholarship
Viewette Scholarship for senior Viewettes only

Longview 2020 Scholarship, $1,000 scholarship open to all seniors.
Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors Scholarship for seniors who DID NOT serve on the bank's student board.

·        Juniors:  Applications for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors are now available in the College and Career Center.  Applications are due by noon to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 9!

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox. 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. (read today) 

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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. 

 Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th)

Question 5:   Who holds the District #3 City Council Seat? (February 14th)

Monday, February 13

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

·                     FCCLA members will be selling wristbands for $1.00 in order to wear jeans and spirit shirt for Valentine's Day, tomorrow.  The ticket will be a professionally printed wristband with LHS-FCCLA printed on it.  Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts on Monday, Feb 13th and Tuesday, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member.

·                    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!  

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

New scholarships for seniors:

Insights Scholarship

Viewette Scholarship for senior Viewettes only

Longview 2020 Scholarship, $1,000 scholarship open to all seniors.

·                    The Boys Soccer Team opened their District games with an 8-0 victory over DeSoto Friday night.  Goals came from Jesus Soto, Israel Madrid, Harrisn Rice, Jose Corona, Eduardo Barron, and Stephen Bradley. The Junior Varsity won 6-0.  Congratulations.  Both teams travel to Mesquite on Tuesday.  Good luck.

·                    Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team on a big win over Tyler Lee.  We clinched the fourth place playoff spot. We will face off against A&M Consolidated next Tuesday, Feb. 21, time and place to be determined.  Good job guys.  

LHS art students competed in the Regional and Area VASE art competition Saturday in Whitehouse, TX.    Congratulations to:  Michelle Farren, Zach Boyle, Madison Branch, Shelby Cannon, Kmeyion Devine, Marco Gonzalez,

Devares Hayter, Carly Hedrick, Nina Ignachenko, Alex Montgomery, Casey Nickel, and Lucia Tran under the direction of Ellen Herbert.  Under the direction of Jeff Hull we would like to congratulate Valerie O'Connor, Trisha Morris, Chauncey Davis, Lindsey Butler, Dorian Lynch, Bonnie Forbes, Samantha Brown Madie Branch, Maria Tran and Serena Tuel.

·                    Longview High School Math/Science Team competitors brought home 13 awards from a Jan. 21 meet in Ore City. The meet was sanctioned by the Texas Math and Science Coaches Association.  Congratulations to: Winter Fielder, Andrew O'Connor, Taylor Yuen, Judson Daniels, Chris Yu, Nathan Nicholson, Simone Macklin, Raul Rodriguez,  and Jackson Schaap.  In addition, we would also like to congratulate the coaches for a job well done: Heather McBride and Heather Cisco.

       Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox.

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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. 

Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr. Lister.” 

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?  (February 8th) 

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th) 

Question 3:   Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School? (February 10th)    

Question 4:   Who was Ned D. Williams?  (February 13th) 

Friday, February 10

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

          Anchor Club will be taking orders during all lunches this week for a Crush for your crush Valentine's Day deliveries. Anchor Club will be selling Orange, Strawberry, or Grape Crush brand sodas for 75 cents to be delivered to that special someone on Valentine's day during 3 rd period.

·                     FCCLA members will be selling wristbands for $1.00 in order to wear jeans and spirit shirt for Valentine's Day, Tuesday, February 14th.  The ticket will be a professionally printed wristband with LHS-FCCLA printed on it.  Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts on Monday, Feb 13th and Tuesday, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member. 

 ·                    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!

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

·                     We would like to invite all of you out to tonight’s basketball game.  Tonight is senior night for 9 of my players and we would appreciate you coming to support them one last time here at Lobo coliseum.  We would like to acknowledge you for all the hard work and dedication that you have put into molding them into fine young men.  Senior recognition is slated to begin about 6:45.  We hope to see all of you there.   

·                     This week is National Counselor’s week.   Student’s, please make a special effort to drop by your counselors office to thank them for all that they do for you and your educational endeavors.  

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.  

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.  

 Why Celebrate Black History Month 

We observe Black History month to honor and remember the contributions that blacks have made in helping to shape our country.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a black man, was instrumental in getting the month of February set aside for this observance. 

“If you are interested in participating in the Black History Competition, please pick up the answer form from Mrs. Watson and return it to her with your correct response by 8:30 AM each Friday through February 24th.  All awards will be announced on February 29th.  All students are encouraged to participate.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Ceballos, Mr. David White or Mr.  Lister.”

Question 1:   Who was Mrs. Janie Daniels?    (February 8th

Question 2:   Who was Gregg County’s first black County Commissioner? (February 9th)

Question3:    Who is the current principal at Johnston McQueen Elementary School?  (February 10th)     

Thursday, February 9

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

          Anchor Club will be taking orders during all lunches this week for a Crush for your crush Valentine's Day deliveries. Anchor Club will be selling Orange, Strawberry, or Grape Crush brand sodas for 75 cents to be delivered to that special someone on Valentine's day during 3 rd period.

·                     FCCLA members will be selling wristbands for $1.00 in order to wear jeans and spirit shirt for Valentine's Day, Tuesday, February 14th.  The ticket will be a professionally printed wristband with LHS-FCCLA printed on it.  Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts on Monday, Feb 13th and Tuesday, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member. 

 ·                     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!

           Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.


Wednesday, February 8

·                     Global Black History Program food tickets are on sale in the Global office.  The tickets are $4.  The deadline to buy your ticket is on February 20th at 4pm.

          Anchor Club will be taking orders during all lunches this week for a Crush for your crush Valentine's Day deliveries. Anchor Club will be selling Orange, Strawberry, or Grape Crush brand sodas for 75 cents to be delivered to that special someone on Valentine's day during 3 rd period.

·                     FCCLA members will be selling wristbands for $1.00 in order to wear jeans and spirit shirt for Valentine's Day, Tuesday, February 14th.  The ticket will be a professionally printed wristband with LHS-FCCLA printed on it.  Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts on Monday, Feb 13th and Tuesday, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member.

·                     Attention all Z Club members, we will have a meeting this evening at 6:30 in the cafeteria. All girls must attend.

 ·                    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!

          Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.


Tuesday, February 7

 Anchor Club will be taking orders during all lunches for a Crush for your crush Valentine's Day deliveries. Anchor Club will be selling Orange, Strawberry, or Grape Crush brand sodas for 75 cents to be delivered to that special someone on Valentine's day during 3 rd period.

·                     FCCLA members will be selling wristbands for $1.00 in order to wear jeans and spirit shirt for Valentine's Day, Tuesday, February 14th.  The ticket will be a professionally printed wristband with LHS-FCCLA printed on it.  Students can only wear jeans and a spirit shirt IF they are wearing the wristband.  FCCLA members will also be selling chocolate roses and chocolate hearts on Monday, Feb 13th and Tuesday, Feb 14th.  Please support our organization by buying a wristband and a rose from a FCCLA member. 

 ·                     Attention all Z Club members, we will have a meeting Wednesday Feb. 8 at 6:30 in the cafeteria. All girls must attend.

 ·                    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!

 ·                     Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

Monday, February 6

·                     Attention all Z Club members, we will have a meeting Wednesday Feb. 8 at 6:30 in the cafeteria. All girls must attend.

·                     There will be a FCCLA Meeting immediately after school on today in room 422. We will be discussing our fundraiser and fieldtrip to the Art Institute in Dallas and Ronald McDonald House.

·                     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!  

·                     Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

·                     Seniors, A great scholarship opportunity has arrived--an essay contest that could net you $5000 for 500 words--offered by Regions Bank.  Get the information today in the College and Career Center.  All scholarships are posted on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website by deadline dates.

·                    Seniors, new scholarships have arrived and are now available in the College and Career Center:

·        Donnie Daniels, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
·       
Z Club Scholarship for Members of the LHS Z Club
·       
Young Women in Public Affairs Scholarship
·       
The Upshur Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation.  To be eligible, the parents' home must receive electrical service from the Upshur Rural Coop.  Seniors should ask their parents.
·       
The Lions Club Annie Louise Garmon Scholarship open for all college majors

·        The Lions Club Nursing Scholarship for students who will attend Kilgore Junior College or LeTourneau University and a new scholarship this year, The Forge Scholarship, for first generation college students, meaning those whose parents have not attended and attained a college degree.  Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.  This scholarship is worth $7,500 for 8 semesters and is for Longview High School students only.  This is a great opportunity that has been given to LHS students. 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building.

·                     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.

·                    This is a reminder that 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 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.

Friday, February 3

·                     There will be a FCCLA Meeting immediately after school on Monday in room 422. We will be discussing our fundraiser and fieldtrip to the Art Institute in Dallas and Ronald McDonald House.

·                     DECA’s Spring Membership is open through today. See Mrs. Rose Bayless in Room 512 of the CTE building for an application.  COMPLETED applications and dues must be paid by today, February 3rd to be eligible for Spring activities, including the annual DECA Day with the Dallas Mavericks and others. 

·                     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!

·                     Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

·                     Seniors, A great scholarship opportunity has arrived--an essay contest that could net you $5000 for 500 words--offered by Regions Bank.  Get the information today in the College and Career Center.  All scholarships are posted on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website by deadline dates.

·                     Seniors, new scholarships have arrived and are now available in the College and Career Center:

The Lions Club Annie Louise Garmon Scholarship open for all college majors

The Lions Club Nursing Scholarship for students who will attend Kilgore Junior College or LeTourneau University

and a new scholarship this year, The Forge Scholarship, for first generation college students, meaning those whose parents have not attended and attained a college degree.  Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.  This scholarship is worth $7,500 for 8 semesters and is for Longview High School students only.  This is a great opportunity that has been given to LHS students.  Teachers, be sure you read this info to your senior class students. 

·                    Attention Students and Faculty – Don’t forget the big game today, February 3rd, where the Varsity and JV Boys Basketball play against Mesquite Horn here at Lobo Coliseum.  JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00 PM. Come out and support your fellow Lobos.  

·                     Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox 

·                    Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. 

·                     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.  

·                    Students this is a reminder that 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 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, February 2

·                     If you are interested in being on the Current Events team for UIL, please come by and see Mrs. Nylund in the upper library. There will be a meeting after school today in the upper library if you can attend.

·                     Congratulations to Arianna Berry for placing second at the Rotary Club Four Way Test Speech competition. The club presented her with a scholarship.

·                     There will be a FCCLA Meeting immediately after school on Monday in room 422. We will be discussing our fundraiser and fieldtrip to the Art Institute in Dallas and Ronald McDonald House.

·                     DECA’s Spring Membership is open through Friday of this week.  See Mrs. Rose Bayless in Room 512 of the CTE building for an application.  COMPLETED applications and dues must be paid by tomorrow, February 4 to be eligible for Spring activities, including the annual DECA Day with the Dallas Mavericks and others. 

·                     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!

·                     Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.  

·                     Seniors, A great scholarship opportunity has arrived--an essay contest that could net you $5000 for 500 words--offered by Regions Bank.  Get the information today in the College and Career Center.  All scholarships are posted on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website by deadline dates.

Seniors, new scholarships have arrived and are now available in the College and Career Center:

      The Lions Club Annie Louise Garmon Scholarship open for all college majors
The Lions Club Nursing Scholarship for students who will attend Kilgore Junior College or LeTourneau University

and a new scholarship this year, The Forge Scholarship, for first generation college students, meaning those whose parents have not attended and attained a college degree.  Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.  This scholarship is worth $7,500 for 8 semesters and is for Longview High School students only.  This is a great opportunity that has been given to LHS students.  Teachers, be sure you read this info to your senior class students.  

·                    Attention Students and Faculty – Don’t forget the big game Friday, February 3rd, where the Varsity and JV Boys Basketball play against Mesquite Horn here at Lobo Coliseum.  JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00 PM. Come support your fellow Lobos.  

Teachers and Students – please remember that Friday will be a “B” day.  

Teachers, please remember to return bus passes to Renette Callahan or put them in her mailbox.   

Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. 

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.  

Students this is a reminder that 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 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, February 1

Senior Celebration Information

·                     Congratulations to Arianna Berry for placing second at the Rotary Club Four Way Test Speech competition. The club presented her with a scholarship.

·                     There will be a FCCLA Meeting immediately after school on Monday in room 422. We will be discussing our fundraiser and fieldtrip to the Art Institute in Dallas and Ronald McDonald House.

·                     DECA’s Spring Membership is open through Friday of this week.  See Mrs. Rose Bayless in Room 512 of the CTE building for an application.  COMPLETED applications and dues must be paid by Friday, February 4 to be eligible for Spring activities, including the annual DECA Day with the Dallas Mavericks and others.  

·                     Lobo Cheerleader & Mascot Try-Outs packets will are now available.  Please sign-out a Try-Out packet from Coach Pearce in room 223, Coach Cisco in room 205 or Mrs. E in the Dance studio. Packets MUST be returned by Thursday, Feb. 23 by 4 pm. Any packets not signed and returned prior to 4 pm Feb 23 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR TRY-OUTS.

·                     Seniors, A great scholarship opportunity has arrived--an essay contest that could net you $5000 for 500 words--offered by Regions Bank.  Get the information today in the College and Career Center.  All scholarships are posted on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website by deadline dates.

Seniors, the following scholarships are now available in the College and Career Center: 

  • Aaron Burleson Chapter of the DAR--for females only
  • Junior Achievement Scholarship
  • Texas State Technical College Scholarship
  • East Texas Manufacturers Scholarship
  • DMP Mainstream Scholarship
  • Deep East Texas A&M Club for students who will attend A&M in fall 2012

Students – You are not allowed to have food or drink in your first period class.  Make sure that you take care of this before coming into the building. 

If you have a second period class, please come by Linda Buie’s office today or tomorrow to pick up copies of the school report cards that are to go home with each student.  There is a list of teachers on the table, please initial by your name that you have picked the letters up.  We will send these home with students on Wednesday, February 1. 

·                     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.

·                    Students this is a reminder that 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 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.

 

  02/29/2012