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Thursday, May 24

Lobo Stadium will be closed to the public beginning May 22 so that preparations can be made for Longview High School commencement exercises at the facility, according to Athletic Director John King.

Graduation is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on May 25. The stadium will be reopened to the public on May 26 at 12 p.m., King said.

Very important information for seniors:  Graduation Practice will be Wednesday, May 23rd and Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM.  It is very important for you to be there.

·                     Attention Lobos: Our state qualifying social studies team needs your help next year! We are losing several seniors and need some fresh blood to help us take state next year.  If you like watching the Discovery or History channel, and if history really fascinates you, then the UIL social studies team is for you. Even though it is flex, and you may not be with us on campus, come up for a quick meeting Wednesday, May 30th to room 117 at 3:45 to learn more about our competition, our great team spirit, and leave your contact information with our coach, Miss Adams. Questions? Stop by and visit with Miss Adams, or email her at madams@lisd.org.” 

·                     All JROTC students especially seniors need to turn in JROTC uniforms. 

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building  

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that is located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  You will need this form in order to have your final transcripts mailed to a college(s)?    DO NOT sign up on the Registrar’s door?  The form on the door is strictly for current transcripts, ones that do not have second semester on them yet. Return the completed form to the Receptionist as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.  

·                    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.   

·                   Just a reminder to seniors that practice will be at 10:00 sharp in the Coliseum 

·                    Credit Recovery’s new hours for this up coming week will be as follows today, from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.   Friday, May 25, 9:00 AM to 12:00  

·                    Seniors: Please clear your textbook records with Mrs. Young ASAP.

Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshman:  Please bring your textbooks from home and turn in to your core teachers. Mrs. Young will check- in textbooks from the classrooms.  Textbooks must be turned in before you leave for summer break. 

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00 

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

We 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, May 23

Lobo Stadium will be closed to the public beginning May 22 so that preparations can be made for Longview High School commencement exercises at the facility, according to Athletic Director John King.

Graduation is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on May 25. The stadium will be reopened to the public on May 26 at 12 p.m., King said.

Very important information for seniors:  Graduation Practice will be Wednesday, May 23rd and Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM.  It is very important for you to be there.

The new 2012/2013 class representatives are as follows: 

Student Council
President                      Chris Yu
Vice Pres.                     Taylor Yuen

Senior Class
President                      Jalen Johnson
Vice Pres                      Torean Sheppard
Secretary                      Shairee Peoples
Treasurer                      Taylor Yuen

Junior Class
President                      Austin Rivera
Vice President               Brianna Seidel

Sophomore Class         
President                      Callie Fruia
Vice Pres                      Andrew Rivera
Secretary                      Allison Edwards
Treasurer
                       Meaghan McNamara
Congratulations to you all
 

·                     Students, please check out the Summer Camp Programs that are available to you.  They are posted all around campus for your convenience.  If you need more information, contact the Athletic Office at 381-3950 or check with our Receptionist, Mrs. Watson. 

·                    If anyone has found a black female wallet with butterflies on it, please return it to Mrs. Voyles’ office.

·                     All JROTC students especially seniors need to turn in JROTC uniforms.

·                    Very important information for seniors:  Graduation Practice will be today and Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM.  It is very important for you to be there.

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that is located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  You will need this form in order to have your final transcripts mailed to a college(s)?    DO NOT sign up on the Registrar’s door?  The form on the door is strictly for current transcripts, ones that do not have second semester on them yet. Return the completed form to the Receptionist as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.

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

·                    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.
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Just a reminder to seniors that practice will be at 10:00 sharp in the Coliseum 

·                    Credit Recovery’s new hours for this up coming week will be as follows:

Wednesday and Thursday, from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Friday, May 25, 9:00 AM to 12:00

·                    Seniors: Please clear your textbook records with Mrs. Young ASAP.

Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshman:  Please bring your textbooks from home and turn in to your core teachers. Mrs. Young will check- in textbooks from the classrooms.  Textbooks must be turned in before you leave for summer break. 

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00 

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

·          If you have early release, do not roam the campus.  Go directly to the Cafeteria and wait for your ride there.

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

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, May 21

Lobo Stadium will be closed to the public beginning May 22 so that preparations can be made for Longview High School commencement exercises at the facility, according to Athletic Director John King.

Graduation is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on May 25. The stadium will be reopened to the public on May 26 at 12 p.m., King said.

Very important information for seniors:  Graduation Practice will be Wednesday, May 23rd and Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM.  It is very important for you to be there. 

·                    Seniors: Please clear your textbook records with Mrs. Young ASAP.

·                   Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshman:  Please bring your textbooks from home and turn in to your core teachers. Mrs. Young will check- in textbooks from the classrooms.  Textbooks must be turned in before you leave for summer break.

·                     Please congratulate the 2012-2013 Viewette Officers: Captain-Sophie Tibiletti, Lieutenant-Korynn Johnson, Lieutenant-Alyssa Toland, Lieutenant-Andrea Roark and Lieutenant-Taylor Eldridge.  Congratulations Ladies. 

·                     The Social Studies and Journalism teams have gone to Austin to compete at the State UIL Academics meet today and Tuesday. We wish them “Good Luck!”  Social Studies: Andrew O’Connor, Josh Hilscher, Pedre Berrios-Martinez, and Alejandra Panameno Journalism: Caroline Araiza and Cookie Guck. 

·                     The LHS band will be in concert on tonight for their last performance of the year.  The students and band staff would like to invite you to attend.  The concert will be held in the Melton Performing Arts Center and it will begin at 7:00 PM.  Hope to see you there.  

·                     All JROTC students especially seniors need to turn in JROTC uniforms. 

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building  

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up.   

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that is located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  You will need this form in order to have your final transcripts mailed to a college(s)?    DO NOT sign up on the Registrar’s door?  The form on the door is strictly for current transcripts, ones that do not have second semester on them yet. Return the completed form to the Receptionist as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.  

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

·                    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.   

·                    Credit Recovery’s new hours for this up coming week will be as follows:
Monday, May 21st thru Thursday, May 24th 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Friday, May 25, 9:00 AM to 12:00
  

·                    Tenth grade students please go by Mrs. Minix office, during your lunch, to pick up your PLAN results.

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00

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

·          If you have early release, do not roam the campus.  Go directly to the Cafeteria and wait for your ride there.

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

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, May 17

Lobo Stadium will be closed to the public beginning May 22 so that preparations can be made for Longview High School commencement exercises at the facility, according to Athletic Director John King.

Graduation is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on May 25. The stadium will be reopened to the public on May 26 at 12 p.m., King said.

Very important information for seniors:  Graduation Practice will be Wednesday, May 23rd and Thursday, May 24th at 10:00 AM.  It is very important for you to be there. 

·                     There will be a Global Senior Awards Ceremony in the Little Theater today at 9:45 a.m.  

·                     Congratulations to Dashaila Charleston and Jacoya Moore for clocking their 1000th hour in Cosmetology. These students are now eligible to take their written and practical exam through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation to obtain a License.

·                     Coach Clay would like to congratulate Eric Hawkins, Nick Young, Nathan Jones, Jared Love, and Deontre Wilson for a great performance at the UIL State Track Meet in Austin, TX this past weekend. Eric Hawkins Finished 2nd in the state in the 200 meter dash with a time of 20.80, Nick Young Placed 3rd in the state in the 300 meter Hurdles with a time of 37.74, Deontre Wilson Finished 8th in the state in the Discus, and The 4x100 meter relay finished 5th in the state. Great job guys Go LOBOS! 

·                     ATTENTION:  ALL PRE-AP STUDENTS.  THE LAST DAY TO RECEIVE MONEY FOR YOUR SUMMER READING BOOKS IS FRIDAY, MAY 18TH.  PLEASE BRING BOOKS TO MRS. COOTS OR MRS. CEBALLOS.  THE BOOKS ARE "THE HOT ZONE" AND "THE LAST LECTURE" AND "5 PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN”. 

·                     Attention all theatre students or former theatre students: The theatre banquet will be held tomorrow, May 18, at the Cherokee Club. The cost is $14. Come by room 602 in the Fine Arts building to sign up. 

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building.    

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up.   

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that is located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  You will need this form in order to have your final transcripts mailed to a college(s)?    DO NOT sign up on the Registrar’s door?  The form on the door is strictly for current transcripts, ones that do not have second semester on them yet. Return the completed form to the Receptionist as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.  

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

·                     ATTENTION ALL CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN YOUR PHOTO FOR THE YEARBOOK, PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258 ASAP. CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS ARE POSTED OUTSIDE ROOM 258. THIS INCLUDES SENIORS!  

·                     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. 

·                    Tenth grade students please go by Mrs. Minix office, during your lunch, to pick up your PLAN results.  

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00 

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

          If you have early release, do not roam the campus.  Go directly to the Cafeteria and wait for your ride there. 

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

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, May 16

Lobo Stadium will be closed to the public beginning May 22 so that preparations can be made for Longview High School commencement exercises at the facility, according to Athletic Director John King.

Graduation is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. on May 25. The stadium will be reopened to the public on May 26 at 12 p.m., King said.

·                     There will be a Global Senior Awards Ceremony in the Little Theater Thursday at 9:45 a.m.  

·                     Congratulations to Dashaila Charleston and Jacoya Moore for clocking their 1000th hour in Cosmetology. These students are now eligible to take their written and practical exam through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation to obtain a License.

·                     Coach Clay would Like to congratulate Eric Hawkins, Nick Young, Nathan Jones, Jared Love, and Deontre Wilson for a great performance at the UIL State Track Meet in Austin, TX this past weekend. Eric Hawkins Finished 2nd in the state in the 200 meter dash with a time of 20.80, Nick Young Placed 3rd in the state in the 300 meter Hurdles with a time of 37.74, Deontre Wilson Finished 8th in the state in the Discus, and The 4x100 meter relay finished 5th in the state. Great job guys Go LOBOS! 

·                     ATTENTION:  ALL PRE-AP STUDENTS.  THE LAST DAY TO RECEIVE MONEY FOR YOUR SUMMER READING BOOKS IS FRIDAY, MAY 18TH.  PLEASE BRING BOOKS TO MRS. COOTS OR MRS. CEBALLOS.  THE BOOKS ARE "THE HOT ZONE" AND "THE LAST LECTURE" AND "5 PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN”. 

·                     Attention all theatre students or former theatre students: The theatre banquet will be held next Friday, May 18, at the Cherokee Club. The cost is $14. Come by room 602 in the Fine Arts building to sign up.

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building  

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up. 

·                     Seniors, there is a form called “Request for Final Transcript” that is located at the Receptionist’s desk from now until the end of school.  You will need this form in order to have your final transcripts mailed to a college(s)?    DO NOT sign up on the Registrar’s door?  The form on the door is strictly for current transcripts, ones that do not have second semester on them yet. Return the completed form to the Receptionist as soon as possible.   Read the form carefully, as it has very important information regarding your final transcript.  

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

·                     ATTENTION ALL CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN YOUR PHOTO FOR THE YEARBOOK, PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258 ASAP. CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS ARE POSTED OUTSIDE ROOM 258. THIS INCLUDES SENIORS!  

·                     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.   

·                    Tenth grade students please go by Mrs. Minix office, during your lunch, to pick up your PLAN results.

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00

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

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

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, May 10

·                     The Physics Six Flags trip has changed due to in climate weather in Dallas.  Students will be going to the Dallas Galleria in the morning then to the Dallas World Aquarium for the afternoon.  This will change our return time from Dallas to 5 pm and arriving Longview about 8 pm. 

·                     Students that are in Dual Credit classes with Kilgore College and will be returning next year that have not registered for classes with Mr. Bowie must complete the enrollment forms.  See Mr. Bowie in the CATE Building  

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up.  

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

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

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

·                     ATTENTION ALL CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN YOUR PHOTO FOR THE YEARBOOK, PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258 ASAP. CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS ARE POSTED OUTSIDE ROOM 258. THIS INCLUDES SENIORS!  

·                     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. 

·                    Tenth grade students please go by Mrs. Minix office, during your lunch, to pick up your PLAN results. 

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00 

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

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

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, May 7

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up.

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

·                     Alley Fest 2012 is May 11 thru the 13th – Volunteers Needed!

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

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

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

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

ATTENTION ALL CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN YOUR PHOTO FOR THE YEARBOOK, PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258 ASAP. CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS ARE POSTED OUTSIDE ROOM 258. THIS INCLUDES SENIORS!

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

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

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

·                   Vandalism reward $350.00 

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

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

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

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

Tuesday, May 2

·                     Viewette Revue tickets will be sold during all lunches starting this Wednesday at a table in the breezeway. Tickets are $5 and show specific for either Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. You can also purchase tickets from any Viewette or the Viewette office. Tickets will be $7 at the door, so get your $5 tickets early!

·                     Senior National Honor Society Students: Graduation is around the corner.  You may now purchase your NHS honor cords for graduation.  The cost is $10.  See Mrs. Harbison in room 227 to pick them up.  

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

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

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

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

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

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

ATTENTION ALL CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN YOUR PHOTO FOR THE YEARBOOK, PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. CLASS FAVORITE WINNERS ARE POSTED OUTSIDE ROOM 258. THIS INCLUDES SENIORS! PHOTOS NEED TO BE TAKEN BY THIS FRIDAY. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

 

  05/24/2012