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Wednesday, March 28

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

·                     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:

First Place Photography - Casey Nickel
First Place
Pottery - Lolee Thy Vi Huyah
First Place
Sculpture - Josh Sheek
First Place
Color Drawing - Madison Branch

Other ribbons were won by:

Carly Hedrick won second place in Black and White drawing
In Pottery, Kaylaln Fambles won Second, Serena Tuel won Third, Quillanie Briceno and Emily Grupi won honorable mentions
In Mixed Media Nina Ignatchenko, Alex Vincent and Nelson Flanagan won honorable mentions
In Painting, Chauncy Davis won Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention in Pottery: Adriana Porras
Honorable Mention in Pottery
Sculpture: Cole Kendrick, Trisha Morris, Chauncey Davis
Education Director's Choice: Javarious Bradley 

Congratulations – we are very proud of all of you. 

·                     Tonight is the last district game for the Lady Lobos as they travel to play Tyler Lee at 5:30 & 7:00.  Good Luck Ladies!

·                     Seniors, please get your prom tickets this week. Ms. Blacklock must make reservations by April 1.  Single tickets are now $30.00 and couple tickets are $60.00.  Any faculty or staff member who plans to attend must RSVP so that you can be included in our count. For questions see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.

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

·                    Attention seniors, Graduate Sales is here today in the Fine Arts Atrium until 2:00 PM to deliver your graduation items.  Please remember to bring your balance due in the form of cash or money order in your envelope.  No checks will be accepted.  You must have your envelope to pick up your order even if your balance is zero.  This will be your last chance to pick your order up at school. 

·                     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!  

·                     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 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. 

·                   There have been too many couples involved in unacceptable behavior on campus.  These couples will be penalized for what is known as public display of affection. 

·                    Seniors, The following scholarships have Friday, March 30, deadline.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by Friday, March 30, at noon if you want Mrs. Ray to mail them.

They are:

Junior League of Longview Scholarship
Longview
Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
Longview
Area Realtors Scholarship
Longview
Lions Club Scholarship

·                    The following scholarships have Monday, April 2 deadlines.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn by Monday, April 2 at 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
 

·                    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.  

·                     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 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, March 27

·                     Come out and Support the Longview Lobo Boys Soccer team tonight at Lobo Stadium as they finish out the district against Tyler Lee. JV and Varsity will be competing to win district in both. JV game starts at 530 and varsity at 7. Seniors get in Free with Student ID

·                     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:

First Place Photography - Casey Nickel
First Place
Pottery - Lolee Thy Vi Huyah
First Place
Sculpture - Josh Sheek
First Place
Color Drawing - Madison Branch
Other ribbons were won by:
Carly Hedrick won second place in Black and White drawing
In Pottery, Kaylaln Fambles won Second, Serena Tuel won Third, Quillanie Briceno and Emily Grupi won honorable mentions
In Mixed Media Nina Ignatchenko, Alex Vincent and Nelson Flanagan won honorable mentions
In Painting, Chauncy Davis won Honorable Mention
 
Congratulations – we are very proud of all of you.

·                     Tonight is the last district game for the Lady Lobos as they travel to play Tyler Lee at 5:30 & 7:00.  Good Luck Ladies!

·                     Seniors, please get your prom tickets this week. Ms. Blacklock must make reservations by April 1.  Single tickets are now $30.00 and couple tickets are $60.00.  Any faculty or staff member who plans to attend must RSVP so that you can be included in our count. For questions see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.

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

·                    Attention seniors, Graduate Sales is here today in the Fine Arts Atrium until 2:00 PM to deliver your graduation items.  Please remember to bring your balance due in the form of cash or money order in your envelope.  No checks will be accepted.  You must have your envelope to pick up your order even if your balance is zero.  This will be your last chance to pick your order up at school.

·                     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!

·                     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 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.

·                   There have been too many couples involved in unacceptable behavior on campus.  These couples will be penalized for what is known as public display of affection.

·                    Seniors, The following scholarships have Friday, March 30, deadline.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by Friday, March 30, at noon if you want Mrs. Ray to mail them. They are:

Junior League of Longview Scholarship
Longview
Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
Longview
Area Realtors Scholarship
Longview
Lions Club Scholarship

·                    The following scholarships have Monday, April 2 deadlines.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn by Monday, April 2 at 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
 

·                    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.

·                     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 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, March 26

·                     The lady lobos assured themselves of a district championship on Friday in exciting fashion by beating Mesquite Horn in the final seconds of their soccer game. This is the third district championship in the last four years for the lady lobos. Tuesday night is the last district game as they travel to play Tyler Lee at 5:30 & 7:00.

·                     Seniors, please get your prom tickets this week. Ms. Blacklock must make reservations by April 1.  Single tickets are now $30.00 and couple tickets are $60.00.  Any faculty or staff member who plans to attend must RSVP so that you can be included in our count. For questions see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425.

·                    Senior Viewettes, if you are applying for the Viewette Scholarship, it is due to Mrs. Ray today at noon if you want her to mail it for you.

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

·                    Attention seniors, Graduate Sales will be here in the Fine Arts Atrium tomorrow, March 27th from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM to deliver your graduation items.  Please remember to bring your balance due in the form of cash or money order in your envelope.  No checks will be accepted.  You must have your envelope to pick up your order even if your balance is zero.  This will be your last chance to pick your order up at school.

·                     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!

·                     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 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 3 button down 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.

·                   There have been too many couples involved in unacceptable behavior on campus.  These couples will be penalized for what is known as public display of affection.

·                   Students that have not yet returned the clothes that were borrowed from room 213 for “dress code violation”, please do so this week.

·                    Seniors, The following scholarships have Friday, March 30, deadline.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn in the College and Career Center by Friday, March 30, at noon if you want Mrs. Ray to mail them.

They are:

Junior League of Longview Scholarship
Longview
Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
Longview
Area Realtors Scholarship
Longview
Lions Club Scholarship

·                    The following scholarships have Monday, April 2 deadlines.  Please give all applications to Mrs. Ray or Mr. Hahn  by Monday, April 2 at 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

·                    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.

·                     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 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.

Friday, March 23

·                     The Lady Lobo soccer team will host their final home game tonight against Mesquite Horn. Tonight is senior night and the Lady Lobos can wrap up the district championship with one game remaining with a win tonight. Come out and support seniors Jordan Adams, Morgan Downin, Chelsey Floyd, Molly Grisham, Victoria Looney, Anali Magana, Annel Magana, Victoria Ross, Kathryn Vanmeter, as well as the rest of the athletes as they attempt to win their 3rd district championship in the 4 years that these seniors have been at Longview High School. Kickoff is at 7:00.

·                     Congratulations to JV boys’ tennis on a great district tourney. JC Arnold and Alex Turner on 1st place in doubles. Josiah Bridges as well for second in boys singles.

·                     Seniors, Platinum Portraits from the Longview Mall will be in the main hall next to the faculty mail boxes during all lunches today, for any one who has not yet had senior pictures taken.

·                     The following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray today, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Judson Middle School PTA Scholarship
Longview
Regional Medical Center
Auxiliary Scholarship 

·                     Zonta Club will help you select and receive a no cost prom dress at their 4th Annual Prom Boutique tomorrow, 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.  

·                     Prom tickets are still $40.00 for this week only.  On Monday, tickets are $60.00 per couple.  No tickets will be sold the week of prom.  Girls:  Please remember the same dress code that we had at senior celebration will be enforced at prom.  See Ms. Blacklock in Rm 425 for more info.  

·                    Senior Viewettes, if you are applying for the Viewette Scholarship, it is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, by noon if you want her to mail it for you.

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

·                    Attention seniors, Graduate Sales will be here in the Fine Arts Atrium on Tuesday, March 27th from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM to deliver your graduation items.  Please remember to bring your balance due in the form of cash or money order in your envelope.  No checks will be accepted.  You must have your envelope to pick up your order even if your balance is zero.  This will be your last chance to pick your order up at school.

·                     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!

·                     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.

·                   Students, just a little reminder that only 3 button down 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.

·                   There have been too many couples involved in unacceptable behavior on campus.  These couples will be penalized for what is known as public display of affection.  

·                   This is a reminder to all students that have not yet returned the clothes that were borrowed from room 213 for “dress code violation”.  Be sure to turn them in this week.

·                    New scholarships:

Bramlette Elementary School Scholarship
Longview
Rotary Club Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association Scholarship
Mike Politi Memorial Golf Scholarship
 

The Greater Longview Chapter of the Delta Waterfowl is now available in the College and Career Center.

·                    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. 

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

       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.

Thursday, March 22

·                     Congratulations to the Junior Varsity softball team on beating Mesquite Horn yesterday.  They are now 2-0 in district.  The varsity Lady Lobos took a tough 2-0 loss yesterday, and are now 1-1 in district.  The softball teams' 1st home game of the season will be tomorrow against the Mesquite Skeeters.  JV will start at 5:30, followed by varsity.  Please come out and support!

·                     Global will be having its honor roll celebration today.  If you are in Global and received 80's and above on your report card, report to the Little Theater at 2:15.

·                     ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR FOOTBALL IN THE FALL OF 2012 AND IS NOT CURRENTLY IN ATHLETICS NEEDS TO ATTEND THE NEW PLAYER MEETING. THE NEW PLAYER MEETING WILL BE TODAY, MARCH 22ND AT 4:00PM IN THE TURF ROOM.  ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS MUST ATTEND TO PICK UP PAPERWORK AND PHYSICAL PACKETS AND HEAR THE REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN SPRING FOOTBALL.

 NO PAPERWORK & NO PHYSICAL = NO SPRING FOOTBALL !
 
NO SPRING FOOTBALL = NO PLAYING IN FALL OF 2012 !

·                     Viewette Tryout Packets are now available. Please pick up a packet in the Viewette office by today!

·                     Seniors, Platinum Portraits from the Longview Mall will be in the main hall next to the faculty mail boxes during all lunches tomorrow, the 23rd for any one who has not yet had senior pictures taken.

·                     The following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray tomorrow, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Judson Middle School PTA Scholarship
Longview
Regional Medical Center
Auxiliary Scholarship

·                     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. 

·                     Prom tickets are still $40.00 for this week only.  On Monday, tickets are $60.00 per couple.  No tickets will be sold the week of prom.  Girls:  Please remember the same dress code that we had at senior celebration will be enforced at prom.  See Ms. Blacklock in Rm 425 for more info.  

·                    Senior Viewettes, if you are applying for the Viewette Scholarship, it is due to Mrs. Ray on Monday, by noon if you want her to mail it for you.

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

·                    Attention seniors, Graduate Sales will be here in the Fine Arts Atrium on Tuesday, March 27th from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM to deliver your graduation items.  Please remember to bring your balance due in the form of cash or money order in your envelope.  No checks will be accepted.  You must have your envelope to pick up your order even if your balance is zero.  This will be your last chance to pick your order up at school.

·                     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!  

·                   There have been too many couples involved in unacceptable behavior on campus.  These couples will be penalized for what is known as public display of affection.

·                   This is a reminder to all students that have not yet returned the clothes that were borrowed from room 213 for “dress code violation”.  Be sure to turn them in this week.

·                    New scholarships:

Bramlette Elementary School Scholarship
Longview
Rotary Club Scholarship
Longview
Tennis Association Scholarship
Mike Politi Memorial Golf Scholarship
 

The Greater Longview Chapter of the Delta Waterfowl is now available in the College and Career Center.

·                    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.

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

       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.

Monday, March 19

·                     ANYONE INTERESTING IN TRYING TO PLAY FOOTBALL IN THE FALL OF 2012 AND IS NOT CURRENTLY IN ATHLETICS NEED TO ATTEND THE NEW PLAYER MEETING. THE NEW PLAYER MEETING WILL BE THURSDAY MARCH 22ND AT 4:00PM IN THE TURF ROOM.  ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS MUST ATTEND TO PICK UP PAPERWORK AND PHYSICAL PACKETS AND HEAR THE REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN SPRING FOOTBALL.

 NO PAPERWORK & NO PHYSICAL = NO SPRING FOOTBALL !!! NO SPRING FOOTBALL = NO PLAYING IN FALL OF 2012 !!!

·                     Students in the top 10 percent of the sophomore and junior classes, you received a letter from Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center inviting you to attend a presentation about admission to the University of Texas at Austin on Wednesday, March 21.  Please plan to be in the auditorium at 11:00 AM.  The presentsation will be followed by lunch provided by the Gregg County Texas Exes.  Your teachers will be notified of you absence, and attendance will be taken.

·                     Viewette Tryout Packets are now available. Please pick up a packet in the Viewette office by this Thursday!

·                     Because seniors were not on campus the week before Spring Break, Prom tickets are still $40.00 for this week only.  On Monday, March 26, 2012 tickets are $60.00 per couple.  No tickets will be sold the week of prom.  Girls:  Please remember the same dress code that we had at senior celebration will be enforced at prom.  See Ms. Blacklock in Rm 425 for more info.

·                     The Boys Soccer Team moved one step closer to their 1st District title in 6 Years two weeks ago.  Goals from Seniors Jose Rojas and Mario Lopez secured a tough win at North Mesquite.  The Lobos had been behind most of the game until a late rally.  Sophomores Leo Perez and Jose Corona played key rolls, along with Seniors Jesus Soto and Daledier Zamudio.

·                     The Lady Lobo soccer team will have a make up game tomorrow night, varsity only against North mesquite.  Kick off is at 5:30 PM at Lobo Stadium.  Good luck Ladies.

·                     Congratulations to the following students who competed in the White Oak Invitational two weeks ago: Pedro Berrios, Andrew O’Connor, Taylor Yuen, Judson Daniels, Jackson Schaap, Jose Felix, Corrine Fite, Jose Seranno, Dayan cotton, and Cherryl Tronzon.  Again, Longview High School would like to thank the coaches:  Molly Adams, Heather Cisco, Heather McBride, Carol Nylund and Christy Triece. Great job team – keep up the good work.

·                     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!

·                    Coach Clay would like to say congratulation to the girls and boys track team for a great performance at the Lobo Relays. The boys Varsity and JV track team finished first overall in the team standings and the girls varsity and jv finished finished second overall in team standings. The girls also had a track meet this past weekend in Atlanta at the "Running Rabs Relays" where the varsity girls’ mile relay team broke the track meet record with a time of 4:04.54. Thanks to Jamiya Reese, Alexandria Humble, Lucenda Webb, and Amber Redic.

·                   This is a reminder to all students that have not yet returned the clothes that were borrowed from room 213 for “dress code violation”.  Be sure to turn them in this week.

·                   Beginning next Monday, March 26th, the coliseum and the coliseum atrium will be closed in the morning and during lunch time unless the weather is unfavorable.

·                    Seniors, The following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray on Wednesday, March 21, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

Foster Middle School PTA Scholarship
Robert Sullivan Memorial Scholarship
Felicia Shankle-Rogers Memorial Scholarship
Cateche Dike Memorial Scholarship

Longview
City Council of PTAs Scholarship

·                    The following scholarships are due to Mrs. Ray on Friday, March 23, by noon if you want her to mail them for you:

 Judson Middle School PTA Scholarship
Longview
Regional Medical Center
Auxiliary Scholarship

·                    New scholarships:

Bramlette Elementary School Scholarship for students who attended Bramlette grades 1-5.
Longview
Rotary Club Scholarship
Longview Tennis Association Scholarship for members of the LHS Tennis Team
Mike Politi Memorial Golf Scholarship for members of the LHS Golf Team
 

·                    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. 

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

       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, March 6

·                     Seniors, the Texas Bank and Trust Scholarship is due to Mrs. Ray by noon on Friday, March 9, at noon. 

·                     Juniors, if you are applying for the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board, you must return the applications to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon, Friday, March 9, so she can take them to the bank.

·                     Congratulations to the following girls’ basketball players for district recognition. Newcomer of the year goes to freshmen Ravan Chism, 2nd team all-district goes to Akia Patrick and Honorable mention all district goes to Ashley Moore.  Great job!

·                     Here are the results from the journalism only Lindale H.S. Invitational March 3rd. We competed against Tyler Lee, Whitehouse, Henderson, Lindale and Carthage.  Congratulations to: Cookie Guck, Caroline Araiza, Hannah Brown, and Sarah Brown. We also earned 1st Place Team!  Good work!

·                     Please congratulate the following students who will be on the Lobo Majorette line for 2012-13.  Varsity: Jeni Scoggin Drum Major, Zoe Rothlubber, Margurite Camp-Drum Major, Michelle Farren, Brandi Brooks, Rachel Crittenden, Alex Montgomery, Kim Davis, Shelby Cannon, Imani Perry, Maddy Gable, Kasey Loe, Lexi Scoggin, Paige Garrett, Christian Wilson, Ashley Mestas, Teiona Halton and Annabeth Baker.

·                     Freshman Line: Brenda Brooks, Celine Gauna, Frannie Littlejohn, Kaylan McCasland, Krisanna Yuen, Lila Robinett, Maggie Jones, Rachel Grant and Roberta Spencer.

·                     Please come out and support the Lobo track team Friday March 9th at the Lobo relays.

·                     Seniors, Prom Tickets are now on sale in Ms. Blacklock's Room  425 for early bird price of $40.00 a couple or $25.00 per person.  After spring break the price will be $60.00 per couple and $35.00 single.  No tickets sold the week of the prom.  

·                     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!

·                    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. Be sure you have turned in your parent/guardian permission slip to your English teacher or to Ms. Champion before you board the bus.  

·                     Very important for seniors this week!  Seniors, if you are applying for the Forge Scholarship, you must return your application to Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center by noon on Wednesday, March 7, in order for her to meet the mailing deadline.  

Four new scholarship applications are now available in the College and Career Center.  They are:

-  Deep East Texas A&M Mothers Club for students who have been accepted to Texas A&M University in College Station
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  Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Lola Faye Wilson Scholarship for  
    
senior girls who are planning to major in education;
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  The Betterton Scholarship for any major
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  The Cecile Moeschle Memorial Scholarship

-              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.

·                    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.

Monday, March 5

·                     Over this past weekend, the Lobo’s boys track team competed in the Earl Campbell Relays, the Varisity boys finished first and the JV boys finished second.  Congratulations guys.  Good job. 

·                     Please congratulate the following students who were named Lobo Cheerleaders for the 2012-2013 season… Varsity Cheerleaders: Ambresha Bates, Madison Bickham, Chasie Blakeley, Todjica Davis, Brittany Devaux, Suede Fulfer, Marissa Hadley, Jewel Hewitt, Tyrai Hutson, MoNeshia Jones, Travisa Jones, Parris Kane, Megan Lathan, Desteni London, Alexis Stoxstell, Bit Thompson, Miyana White and Tiara White.  JV Cheerleaders are: Tyzane Anderson, Destenea Brown, Courtney Cooks, Sydney Crittenden, Aliceson Edwards, Brianna Hundley, Kyleigh Johnston, Jenna Luensmann, Kylee Marshburn, Heather Quinalty, Reagan Roberts, Jocelynn Rusk, Sydney Sutton, Tiya Taylor,  Caitlynn Todd, Lauren VanBurkleo, Molli Weeks and Cyann Winn.   

·                     Last Friday the Tennis Team competed in the Ennis Tournament.  Out of 11 teams the lobos finished 3rd.  Congratulations to Ryan Pfaff & Jenelle Kral who finished fourth place in mixed doubles, Paulo Pliego & Nick Novy who advanced to the quarterfinals in boys singles and in doubles Sam Smead and Gideon Koegelenberg quarterfinals.  Great job!

·                     Please come out and support the Lobo track team Friday March 9th at the Lobo relays.

·                     Seniors, Prom Tickets are now on sale in Ms. Blacklock's Room  425 for early bird price of $40.00 a couple or $25.00 per person.  After spring break the price will be $60.00 per couple and $35.00 single.  No tickets sold the week of the prom.

·                     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!

·                    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. Be sure you have turned in your parent/guardian permission slip to your English teacher or to Ms. Champion before you board the bus.

·                    Seniors, The Cecile Moeschle Memorial Scholarship is now available in the College and Career Center.  It's worth $4,000 for some lucky LHS student! 

·                    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.

Friday, March 1 

·                     Congratulations to the girl’s junior varsity track team on finishing first place at the Marshall/Maverick Relays.  Also the girl’s varsity finished fourth.  Pease come out and support the Lobo track team Friday March 9th at the Lobo relays.  

·                     Seniors, Prom Tickets are now on sale in Ms. Blacklock's Room  425 for early bird price of $40.00 a couple or $25.00 per person.  After spring break the price will be $60.00 per couple and $35.00 single.  No tickets sold the week of the prom. 

·                     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!  

·                    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.

·                    Seniors, The Cecile Moeschle Memorial Scholarship is now available in the College and Career Center.  It's worth $4,000 for some lucky LHS student! 

·                    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.

 

  03/28/2012