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Friday, November 30

Z-Club Ladies - All ladies, new members & existing members - the first meeting of the school year will be this Monday, December 3rd - 4:05-5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room, Room 607. Come prepared to pay your $25 dues, these must be paid before inductions on December 10th. 

Underclassman yearbook photo retakes have been moved from Monday, December 3 to Monday, December 10. That is the same day as the senior cap-n-gown retakes. Faculty and staff who missed taking their photo please do so on this day. 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Seniors, If you compete at the UIL Academic State Meet or qualify as an Outstanding Soloist at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest (TSSEC) any year of your high school career, you are eligible to apply for a TLIF scholarship during your senior year.  Come by the College and Career Center for this scholarship information.
 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarships and free or reduced tuition based on family income. Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

There were several employees that still need to talk with First Financial.

It is important for you to review your plan for next year.  If this is not done, your benefits will not be renewed.  Please check your email from  the Administration Office on First Financials location. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Thursday, November 29

Underclassman yearbook photo retakes have been moved from Monday, December 3 to Monday, December 10. That is the same day as the senior cap-n-gown retakes. Faculty and staff who missed taking their photo please do so on this day. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American
Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Seniors, If you compete at the UIL Academic State Meet or qualify as an Outstanding Soloist at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest (TSSEC) any year of your high school career, you are eligible to apply for a TLIF scholarship during your senior year.  Come by the College and Career Center for this scholarship information.
 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarships and free or reduced tuition based on family income. Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Slough Foundation Scholarship is now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

Students and faculty - we would like you all to take special note to our newly painted Lobo paws at the Lobo pathway.  This was a long overdue project and because of four conscientious students the paws are back on track. Our thanks goes to Cason Ellsworth, Michele Farren, Madison Branch and Ashley Kempkes.  They took time out of their Thanksgiving break to do this project.  Thanks guys and you did a great job! 

There were several employees that still need to talk with First Financial.

It is important for you to review your plan for next year.  If this is not done, your benefits will not be renewed.  Please check your email from  the Administration Office on First Financials as to location.

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Wednesday, November 28

Underclassman yearbook photo retakes have been moved from Monday, December 3 to Monday, December 10. That is the same day as the senior cap-n-gown retakes. Faculty and staff who missed taking their photo please do so on this day. 

10th grade students, if you still need to pass one or more of the 9th grade EOC tests, you will be taking those tests next week.  Your English teacher has a letter telling you what tests you need to take and where to report for the testing.  The girls will report to the upper gym area by Room 210 in the math wing, and the boys will report to the upper gym by Room 200.  Please check with your English teacher for your information. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American
Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Seniors, If you compete at the UIL Academic State Meet or qualify as an Outstanding Soloist at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest (TSSEC) any year of your high school career, you are eligible to apply for a TLIF scholarship during your senior year.  Come by the College and Career Center for this scholarship information.
 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarships and free or reduced tuition based on family income. Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Slough Foundation Scholarship is now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

Students and faculty - we would like you all to take special note to our newly painted Lobo paws at the Lobo pathway.  This was a long overdue project and because of four conscientious students the paws are back on track. Our thanks goes to Cason Ellsworth, Michele Farren, Madison Branch and Ashley Kempkes.  They took time out of their Thanksgiving break to do this project.  Thanks guys and you did a great job! 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Tuesday, November 27

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American
Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Congratulations:

The following people have been chosen as “Feature People” for the DECA club on LHS’ campus for the 5th three weeks.  If you happen to see them in the hallway, please congratulate them on a job well done.   

Feature teacher                      Kevin Burns 
Feature student                      Allison Johnson and Uniqua Richardson
Feature paraprofessional       Rachel Brannon
Feature Secretary                  Mitzi Martin 
Feature DECA student           Alexis Mosley 
Feature Custodian                  Evelyn Johnson 

Each individual will be presented with a certificate, a gift card and a picture with the club President of Academics, Kaylor Shumaker and the President of Activities, Elissa Weedon.  

TO ALL OF YOU SELECTED:  We appreciate all that you do!!  This can be your best year with DECA!    

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, Information about financial aid and scholarships from The American Legion has arrived in the College and Career Center.

Seniors, If you compete at the UIL Academic State Meet or qualify as an Outstanding Soloist at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest (TSSEC) any year of your high school career, you are eligible to apply for a TLIF scholarship during your senior year.  Come by the College and Career Center for this scholarship information. 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarships and free or reduced tuition based on family income. Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Slough Foundation Scholarship is now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

This is the last day for all LHS employees to review your insurance information with First Financial Representatives today.  They are located in the upper library.  This is a must to all employees regardless of having benefits with LISD or not. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Monday, November 26

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Students in grades 9 and 10 who have made the Most Improvement in selected areas for the second six weeks will be honored tomorrow, November 27th. A list of these students will be emailed to you today. Please dismiss these students to go to the Little Theater at 1:45 p.m." on Tuesday.

Meetings and events……. 

Seniors, A recruiter from Baylor University will be in the College and Career Center on today, November 26, to visit with you about Baylor University during all lunches. 

The recruiter from Ole Miss will be here on Tuesday, November 26, during all lunches. 

Today, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future.  Prior to November 26, students can register at
www.gotocollegefairs.com and provide their contact information, submit the registration and print the barcode or capture it on the phones. When you visit a table, the college rep will scan the barcode to obtain the information. While this is not required, it will make the
college information request process easier for students.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there!
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Congratulations: 

The Texas Music Educators Association Orchestra wind auditions were held November 14  at Longview High School.  The students earning seats in Region 21 and Region 4 orchestra were: Alex Furtney, Robdrick Halton, Rachel Grant, Michelle Farren, Jacob Boles, Kayla Romero, Andrew Yancy, and Garrett Littlejohn. These students also qualified for area status in the TMEA state audition process.  The students participating in this tryout were among the very best musicians from two regions and are winners from among over 1000 students who will audition this year.  Congratulations to these fine band students. 

Scholarships……. 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarshipsbased on income.  Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Information for seniors about colleges offering free or reduced tuition based on family income is now available in the College and Career Center. Information about the Slough Foundation Scholarship is also now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

A reminder to all LHS employees, be sure to visit with our First Financial Representatives today and tomorrow in the upper library to review your insurance information.  This is a must to all employees regardless of having benefits with LISD or not. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Friday, November 16

Come on out and support the LADY LOBOS SOCCER TEAM annual carwash on Saturday, November 17th @ the 4th Street Wal-Mart parking lot, behind Chic-fil-A.  Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and are available from any lady lobos’ soccer members. 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Students in grades 9 and 10 who have made the Most Improvement in selected areas for the second six weeks will be honored Tuesday, November 27. A list of these students will be emailed to you today. Please dismiss these students to go to the Little Theater at 1:45
p.m." on Tuesday.
 

Meetings and events……. 

Seniors, A recruiter from Baylor University will be in the College and Career Center on Monday, November 26, to visit with you about Baylor University during all lunches. 

The recruiter from Ole Miss will be here on Monday, November 26, during all lunches. 

On Monday, November 26, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future.  Prior to November 26, students can register at
www.gotocollegefairs.com and provide their contact information, submit the registration and print the barcode or capture it on the phones. When you visit a table, the college rep will scan the barcode to obtain the information. While this is not required, it will make the
college information request process easier for students.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there! 
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Scholarships……. 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarships based on income.  Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Information for seniors about colleges offering free or reduced tuition based on family income is now available in the College and Career Center. Information about the Slough Foundation Scholarship is also now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Wednesday, November 14

Today, there will be a Navy recruiter speaking to Global students in the Little Theater at 10:15. Please release these students from class at 9:25.  

Come on out and support the LADY LOBOS SOCCER TEAM annual carwash on Saturday, November 17th @ the 4th Street Wal-Mart parking lot, behind Chic-fil-A.  Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and are available from any lady lobos’ soccer members. 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Meetings and events……. 

It's Time for Z-Club Interviews! Ladies who have turned in applications for Z-Club, interviews will be conducted tomorrow, the 15th from 4:05 - 5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room - Art Room 607.  On the day of interviews - girls must come dressed professionally, slacks, dresses, or business length skirts, no jeans!https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Seniors, The Austin Bank Scholarship has arrived.  Each year LHS has had a $2500 scholarship winner.  Please apply!

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarshipsbased on income.  Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more.

Information for seniors about colleges offering free or reduced tuition based on family income is now available in the College and Career Center. Information about the Slough Foundation Scholarship is also now available.

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

Seniors, if you are attending Texas A&M University next year, please come by the College and Career Center and get information about the Texas A&M Foundation Excellence Award Scholarship. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings…….

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Tuesday, November 13

Global High is raising money to send much needed toiletries and toys to the less fortunate children overseas. Global will be selling jean passes in the Global office and at the Tardy Center.  The jean pass is $1.  Please help support this great cause. Jeans can be worn Wednesday, November 14, 2012. 

Come to Carl's Junior tonight to help support the Global High Robotics Team.  From 6 until 9 pm Carl's Junior will donate 10% of all proceeds to help the robotics team go to state.  Show your support tonight at Carl's Junior and have a great meal too. 

This is the last night to see the musical HAIRSPRAY.  Come join the 60's fun tonight at 7:00.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco, Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison. 

Wednesday, November 14, 2012 there will be a Navy recruiter speaking to Global students in the Little Theater at 10:15. Please release these students from class at 9:25. A Global student list is attached.  

Come on out and support the LADY LOBOS SOCCER TEAM annual carwash on Saturday, November 17th @ the 4th Street Wal-Mart parking lot, behind Chic-fil-A.  Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and are available from any lady lobos’ soccer members. 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Meetings and events……. 

There will be an Interact Club Meeting to decide Big Brothers and Little Brothers tonight at 6:30 pm. in the cafeteria. All members should plan to attend. 

There will be an Anime Manga club meeting at 7:30 a.m. in the lower library Wednesday morning. 

Seniors, A recruiter from Baylor University will be in the College and Career Center on Monday, November 26, to visit with you about Baylor University during all lunches.

On Monday, November 26, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future.  Prior to November 26, students can register at
www.gotocollegefairs.com and provide their contact information, submit the registration and print the barcode or capture it on the phones. When you visit a table, the college rep will scan the barcode to obtain the information. While this is not required, it will make the
college information request process easier for students.

 
It's Time for Z-Club Interviews! Ladies who have turned in applications for Z-Club, interviews will be conducted Thursday, November 15th from 4:05 - 5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room - Art Room 607.  You must sign up for your interview times in Mrs. Tilley's classroom before Thursday the 15th. On the day of interviews - girls must come dressed professionally, slacks, dresses, or business length skirts, no jeans!https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, The Austin Bank Scholarship has arrived.  Each year LHS has had a $2500 scholarship winner.  Please apply! 

The College & Career Center has received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarshipsbased on income.  Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more. 

Information for seniors about colleges offering free or reduced tuition based on family income is now available in the College and Career Center. Information about the Slough Foundation Scholarship is also now available.  

Please remember that the deadline for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship is due on December 6 to Mrs. Ray.  The winner for this 500 word essay will earn $1,500.  LHS has had the top winner for three years in a row.  Let's do it again! 

Seniors, if you are attending Texas A&M University next year, please come by the College and Career Center and get information about the Texas A&M Foundation Excellence Award Scholarship. 

Congratulations to……. 

Congratulations to the JV and Varsity girls basketball teams for their wins on last night at Kilgore. Please come out Friday as the girls and the boys play in their home opener beginning at 6:00 PM. 

The LHS UIL Academic Team traveled to Whitehouse on Saturday to compete with sixteen other large schools. Congratulations to: Andrew O’Connor, Taylor Yuen, Jackson Schaap, Yanitza Tapia, Judson Daniels, Yosef Ibitayo, Jori Sutton, Hannah Brown, Lucia Lopez, Cookie Guck, Caroline Araiza, Seema Brimmer, and Trevor O’Connor.   Again, congratulations students and teachers.  Please see your email for details. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Monday, November 12

Today we celebrate Veterans Day….as Americans, we set aside November 11th to reflect, remember, and honor those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.  Time and again, ordinary people have served our Nation in extraordinary ways so that all Americans can pursue the happiness our Founding fathers envisioned.  By their service, they have kept America strong, and they have protected our way of life for more than two centuries.  At this moment, men and women of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard are serving around the world.  Let us have a moment of silence and reflect on what they have contributed to our country.

Announcements: 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

ARE YOU AN ARTIST WAITING TO BECOME FAMOUS?  HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL AND EARN SOME MONEY FOR YOUR TALENT.  THE GREGG COUNTY MLK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE IS SPONSORING AN ART CONTEST, AND NO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE IN AN ART CLASS. THE PRIZES ARE $300. FOR 1ST, $200. FOR SECOND AND $100. FOR THIRD.  SEE AN ART TEACHER IN THE FINE ARTS BUILDING FOR MORE INSTRUCTIONS.  WHAT A GREAT WAY TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR TALENTS AND EARN MONEY.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING IS DECEMBER 9TH. 

Scholarships……. 

Seniors, The Austin Bank Scholarship has arrived.  Each year LHS has had a $2500 scholarship winner.  Please apply! 

Seniors: We have received information about schools that offer full tuition scholarshipsbased on income.  Come see Ms. Shorts or Mrs. Ray in the college and career center to learn more.

Meetings and events…….

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there! 

The Theatre Department will present the musical HAIRSPRAY this week.  Come join the 60's fun Tues., Nov 13 at 7:00.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco, Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison. 

There will be an Interact Club Meeting to decide Big Brothers and Little Brothers tomorrow at 6:30 pm. in the cafeteria. All members should plan to attend. 

A recruiter from Texas Tech University will visit LHS today during all lunches in the area near the main staircase. Come by and see if Texas Tech is your future college home. 

Come on out and support the Longview Global High School robotics team (Globots) @ Carl’s Jr. on tomorrow from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.  Carl’s Jr. will donate 10% of the receipts to the Globots in support of the annual robotics event to be held in March. See you there…. 

On Monday, November 26, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future. 

It's Time for Z-Club Interviews! Ladies who have turned in applications for Z-Club, interviews will be conducted Thursday, November 15th from 4:05 - 5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room - Art Room 607.  You must sign up for your interview times in Mrs. Tilley's classroom before Thursday the 15th. On the day of interviews - girls must come dressed professionally, slacks, dresses, or business length skirts, no jeans!https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Congratulations to……. 

Congrats to the Lady Lobo basketball team for getting a JV win and a Varsity win against Marshall on Friday.  Please wish them luck as they play Kilgore today!

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Friday, November 9

Today is Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013

The Coats For Kids distribution is tomorrow, November 10th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Recreation Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult. 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

Scholarships……. 

Jarvis Christian College has announced that qualified students will be able to earn $5500 per year in scholarship money for singing in the Jarvis Christian College Concert Choir.  Come by the College and Career Center and pick up this information. 

Seniors, The Austin Bank Scholarship has arrived.  Each year LHS has had a $2500 scholarship winner.  Please apply! 

Meetings and events……. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there!

The Theatre Department will present the musical HAIRSPRAY this week.  Come join the 60's fun Sat, Nov 10, and Tues., Nov 13 at 7:00.  There will be a matinee on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco,
Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison.

There will be an Interact Club Meeting to decide Big Brothers and Little Brothers Tuesday at 6:30 pm. in the cafeteria. All members should plan to attend.

A recruiter from Texas Tech University will visit LHS Monday during all lunches in the area near the main staircase. Come by and see if Texas Tech is your future college home.

Come on out and support the Longview Global High School robotics team (Globots) @ Carl’s Jr. on Tuesday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.  Carl’s Jr. will donate 10% of the receipts to the Globots in support of the annual robotics event to be held in March. See you there….

For all students, Two very important College Nights are coming. First, on Saturday, November 10, the East Texas Baptist Longview District will hold a College and Career Night from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Broughton Recreation Center.

Honor America Night will be held at Lobo Stadium tomorrow night at 7:00 o’clock. Tickets are $2 and are available at the (home side) gate of Lobo Stadium. Don’t miss out on enjoyable evening of entertainment.

On Monday, November 26, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future.

Students, In celebration of senior night, there will be an epic car beat-down in the senior parking lot prior to tonight’s football game.  The beat down will start at 5 o’clock.  Bring your money and your muscles.  Proceeds will benefit Feed the Children.  Cost varies from $1 to $5.

It's Time for Z-Club Interviews! Ladies who have turned in applications for Z-Club, interviews will be conducted Thursday, November 15th from 4:05 - 5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room - Art Room 607.  You must sign up for your interview times in Mrs. Tilley's classroom before Thursday the 15th. On the day of interviews - girls must come dressed professionally, slacks, dresses, or business length skirts, no jeans!https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

The Pep Rally is scheduled for 10:50 AM.  Please release and escort your students to the Coliseum at 9:45 AM. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Thursday, November 8

Today is Dress as your favorite senior citizen.  Some people could include Mr. Brown, Madea, Golden Girls, etc or even your favorite senior citizen teacher. 

Friday- Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February 15, 2013, TCU will host the annual Minority Student Leadership conference, which provides students with the opportunity to be exposed to the college environment.  This one-day conference will provide students with more personalized attention and hands-on experience in a college atmosphere.  Although, the event is in February, today is the DEADLINE TO SIGN UP. See Ms. Shorts in the College and Career center to sign up. 

The Coats For Kids distribution is Saturday, November 10th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Recreation Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult.   

Student football tickets will be sold today in the Attendance Office during all lunches.  Tickets are $3.00 

Any 10th or 11th grader interested in signing up for Diesel Technology next semester and any 11th or 12th grader interested in a course in conjunction with Texas Eastman in petro-chemical Plant Operations please see Mr. Bowie or Mrs. Deck in the Career and Technology Center this week. 

Scholarships……. 

Jarvis Christian College has announced that qualified students will be able to earn $5500 per year in scholarship money for singing in the Jarvis Christian College Concert Choir.  Come by the College and Career Center and pick up this information. 

Seniors, The Austin Bank Scholarship has arrived.  Each year LHS has had a $2500 scholarship winner.  Please apply! 

Meetings and events……. 

TONIGHT!  Last Freshman Football Game Playing Rockwall 5:30 p.m. Lobo Stadium
Everyone is welcome. Sit with Initiative teachers and cheer the boys and win a door prize.
Also a small supply of scrumptious buttermilk brownies for those attending.
 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there! 

The Theatre Department will present the musical HAIRSPRAY this week.  Come join the 60's fun tonight, Sat, Nov 10, and Tues., Nov 13 at 7:00.  There will be a matinee on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco,Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison.

There will be an Interact Club Meeting to decide Big Brothers and Little Brothers next Tuesday at 6:30 pm. in the cafeteria. All members should plan to attend.

On Monday, November 12, a recruiter from Texas Tech University will visit LHS during all lunches in the area near the main staircase. Come by and see if Texas Tech is your future college home.

Come on out and support the Longview Global High School robotics team (Globots) @ Carl’s Jr. on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.  Carl’s Jr. will donate 10% of the receipts to the Globots in support of the annual robotics event to be held in March. See you there….

For all students, Two very important College Nights are coming. First, on Saturday, November 10, the East Texas Baptist Longview District will hold a College and Career Night from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Broughton Recreation Center.

Honor America Night will be held at Lobo Stadium at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 10, 2012.  Tickets are $2 and are available at the (home side) gate of Lobo Stadium. Don’t miss out on enjoyable evening of entertainment.

On Monday, November 26, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future.

Students, In celebration of senior night, there will be an epic car beat-down in the senior parking lot prior to Friday nights football game.  The beat down will start at 5 o’clock.  Bring your money and your muscles.  Proceeds will benefit Feed the Children.  Cost varies from $1 to $5.

It's Time for Z-Club Interviews! Ladies who have turned in applications for Z-Club, interviews will be conducted Thursday, November 15th from 4:05 - 5:00 PM in Mrs. Tilley's Room - Art Room 607.  You must sign up for your interview times in Mrs. Tilley's classroom before Thursday the 15th. On the day of interviews - girls must come dressed professionally, slacks, dresses, or business length skirts, no jeans!

More than 800,000 calls home were made possible through Sport Clips’ Help- A-Hero in 2011.  With your help, this program will continue to give this priceless gift to our deployed and hospitalized US Service Members this holiday season. Donate at Sport Clips anytime between now and November 11th and make your haircut count on Veterans Day when they will donate $1.00 from every haircut service to the VFW’s Operation Uplink. Stop by the Student Services, Attendance Office or the Receptionist’s desk for your coupon.

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings…….

Students and Teachers this Friday, November 9th will be an A-Day.  The Pep Rally is schedulard for 10:50 AM.

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Wednesday, November 7

Today is Western Day with jeans and boots 

Thursday- Dress as your favorite senior citizen.  Some people could include Mr. Brown, Madea, Golden Girls, etc or even your favorite senior citizen teacher. 

Friday- Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013 

Remember students that these activities are for seniors and faculty members only except for Friday.  If there are questions, see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February 15, 2013, TCU will host the annual Minority Student Leadership conference, which provides students with the opportunity to be exposed to the college environment.  This one-day conference will provide students with more personalized attention and hands-on experience in a college atmosphere.  Although, the event is in February, the DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS TOMORROW NOVEMBER 8TH!! See Ms. Shorts in the College and Career center to sign up. 

The Coats For Kids distribution is Saturday, November 10th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Recreation Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult.   

Student football tickets will be sold today, Wednesday and Thursday in the Attendance Office during all lunches.  Tickets are $3.00 

Scholarships……. 

Jarvis Christian College has announced that qualified students will be able to earn $5500 per year in scholarship money for singing in the Jarvis Christian College Concert Choir.  Come by the College and Career Center and pick up this information. 

Meetings and events……. 

There will be an FCCLA meeting today, right after school in room 423.  We will be discussing the upcoming volunteer projects with Longview Ministries and HeartsWay Hospice.  Please bring your dues. 

There will be an Anime Manga club meeting after school tonight in the upper library.  It is not too late to join if you are still interested in being in the club.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there! 

The Theatre Department will present the musical HAIRSPRAY this week.  Come join the 60's fun on Thurs, Nov 8, Sat, Nov 10, and Tues., Nov 13 at 7:00.  There will be a matinee on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco,
Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison.
 

There will be an Interact Club Meeting to decide Big Brothers and Little Brothers next Tuesday at 6:30 pm. in the cafeteria. All members should plan to attend. 

On Monday, November 12, a recruiter from Texas Tech University will visit LHS during all lunches in the area near the main staircase. Come by and see if Texas Tech is your future college home. 

Come on out and support the Longview Global High School robotics team (Globots) @ Carl’s Jr. on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.  Carl’s Jr. will donate 10% of the receipts to the Globots in support of the annual robotics event to be held in March. See you there…. 

For all students, Two very important College Nights are coming. First, on Saturday, November 10, the East Texas Baptist Longview District will hold a College and Career Night from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Broughton Recreation Center.

On Monday, November 29, the first Monday after the Thanksgiving holidays, GLOBE will host its annual College and Career Night at Maud Cobb Activity Center on Cotton Street starting at 6:00 PM.  Over 100 colleges and universities, technical colleges and the military will be there to help you find your future. 

Students, In celebration of senior night, there will be an epic car beat-down in the senior parking lot prior to Friday nights football game.  The beat down will start at 5 o’clock.  Bring your money and your muscles.  Proceeds will benefit Feed the Children.  Cost varies from $1 to $5.

Groups to Join: 

Join Freshman Initiative teachers as they celebrate at the final ninth grade football game this Thursday at 5:30. There will be door prizes. Come cheer on our Lobos Thursday night as they beat Rockwall. 

The PLAN test will be administered Thursday, November 8 to all 10th graders.   You will be testing if you are enrolled in a 10th grade English 2 class.   There are bright sheets of pink paper posted on the walls in the hallway if you have questions about where you are to report Thursday morning.    All 10th grade girls whose last name starts with an "A" and goes through "MARSH" will report upstairs to the room above the turf room on the WEST side facing the football field.

All 10th grade girls whose name starts with "MART" and goes through "Z" will report upstairs to the room above the turf room on the EAST side facing the coliseum.  All 10th grade boys enrolled in any athletic class will report to room 121 in the Global hallway.  All other 10th grade boys will report to the Little Theatre. You need to bring your own calculator! Report as soon as the bell rings to start 5th pd. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Students and Teachers this Friday, November 9th will be an A-Day. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Tuesday, November 6

Seniors, Faculty and staff:  

This week is Senior Week.  Today, you re to wear your favorite jersey, LHS Club t-shirt, or college t-shirt with uniform pants.  

Wednesday is Western Day with jeans and boots 

Thursday- Dress as your favorite senior citizen.  Some people could include Mr. Brown, Madea, Golden Girls, etc or even your favorite senior citizen teacher. 

Friday- Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013 

Remember students that these activities are for seniors and faculty members only except for Friday.  If there are questions, see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February 15, 2013, TCU will host the annual Minority Student Leadership conference, which provides students with the opportunity to be exposed to the college environment.  This one-day conference will provide students with more personalized attention and hands-on experience in a college atmosphere.  Although, the event is in February, the DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8TH!! See Ms. Shorts in the College and Career center to sign up. 

The Coats For Kids distribution is Saturday, November 10th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Recreation Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult.   

Student football tickets will be sold today, Wednesday and Thursday in the Attendance Office during all lunches.  Tickets are $3.00 

Meetings and events……. 

Johnny's Pizza offered to extend the dining hours for the Pig Out at Johnny's Pizza tonight from 5:00 to 9:00 PM.  Johnny's Pizza will donate 20% of the receipts to the Longview ISD Foundation in support of the annual grants programs. 

There will be an FCCLA meeting tomorrow, November 7th, right after school in room 423.  We will be discussing the upcoming volunteer projects with Longview Ministries and HeartsWay Hospice.  Please bring your dues. 

There will be an Anime Manga club meeting after school tomorrow in the upper library.  It is not too late to join if you are still interested in being in the club. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 AM for breakfast snacks and fellowship, then prayer and devotions at 7:45 located in Mr. Hull’s room 611 in the Fine Arts Building.  See you there! 

The Theatre Department will present the musical HAIRSPRAY this week.  Come join the 60's fun on Thurs, Nov 8, Sat, Nov 10, and Tues., Nov 13 at 7:00.  There will be a matinee on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2.  Tickets are $6 for students if purchased ahead of time and $8 at the door. Come and see 3 of your favorite faculty members perform: Ms. Cisco,
Mr. Hanzik, and Mrs. Harbison.

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Students and Teachers this Friday, November 9th will be an A-Day. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

 Don’t forget today to cast your vote! 

Friday, November 2

Seniors, Faculty and staff:  

Next week is Senior Week.  We will start on Tuesday when you may wear your favorite jersey, LHS Club t-shirt, or college t-shirt with uniform pants.  

Wednesday is Western Day with jeans and boots 

Thursday- Dress as your favorite senior citizen.  Some people could include Mr. Brown, Madea, Golden Girls, etc or even your favorite senior citizen teacher. 

Friday- Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013 

Remember students that the Activities just read for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are for seniors and faculty only.  If there are questions, see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February 15, 2013, TCU will host the annual Minority Student Leadership conference, which provides students with the opportunity to be exposed to the college environment.  This one-day conference will provide students with more personalized attention and hands-on experience in a college atmosphere.  Although, the event is in February, the DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8TH!! See Ms. Shorts in the College and Career center to sign up. 

The Coats For Kids distribution is Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Recreation Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult.   

Meetings and events……. 

There will be an FCCLA meeting Tuesday, November 7th, right after school in room 423.  We will be discussing the upcoming volunteer projects with Longview Ministries and HeartsWay Hospice.  Please bring your dues.

Johnny’s Pizza, 3052 N. Eastman Road, invites the community to dine from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, November 6th.  Johnny’s Pizza will donate 20% of the evening's receipts from takeout orders or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Foundation’s grants programs.  Invite your friends and family and join the Longview ISD Foundation and Johnny’s Pizza and enjoy delicious pizza, pasta, or sandwiches.

A special thanks goes out to our ROTC Cadets, Mrs. Vicki Tramel, Ms. Sybil Blacklock and their Culinary Art Students, and Longview High School Choir for their participation in the  Junior League of Longview  luncheon  held yesterday in the Lobo Bistro. 

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Teachers and students—we have a few dress code issues we want to talk about:

First:  The dress code states that headgear of any kind is prohibited on campus.  This includes hats, toboggans, scarves, and so on.  If you need to keep your head warm you can wear a hoodie outside the building but we will take up the hats and toboggans if we see you wearing them.

Second: Jeans—we have 21 students on the no jean list for this Friday.  Teachers, please check the list that was sent out. If you find them wearing jeans please send them to Ms. Palmer.  Students—21 kids is just 1% of our student population.  This means that 99% of you are taking care of business and we want you to know how much we appreciate you every day.

Finally: Sagging—we’ve been nice since school started but a small number of our boys don’t seem to be getting any better with keeping their pants up.  This is where we need help from the teachers—so teachers, please do a quick dress code check at this time. If you have a student sagging in your class please send them to the discipline office at this time.  We will deal with them there. 

REMINDER-- Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 A.M., Sunday, November 4th.  Be sure to turn your clocks back one hour when you leave the classroom/office on Friday!  And, enjoy your "extra" hour this weekend. 

 Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher. 

Thursday, November 1

Seniors, Faculty and staff:  

Next week is Senior Week.  We will start on Tuesday when you may wear your favorite jersey, LHS Club t-shirt, or college t-shirt with uniform pants.  

Wednesday is Western Day with jeans and boots 

Thursday- Dress as your favorite senior citizen.  Some people could include Mr. Brown, Madea, Golden Girls, etc or even your favorite senior citizen teacher. 

Friday- Spirit Day - Seniors wear a shirt indicating that you are a member of the class of 2013 

Remember students that the Activities just read for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are for seniors and faculty only.  If there are questions, see Ms. Blacklock in Room 425 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February 15, 2013, TCU will host the annual Minority Student Leadership conference, which provides students with the opportunity to be exposed to the college environment.  This one-day conference will provide students with more personalized attention and hands-on experience in a college atmosphere.  Although, the event is in February, the DEADLINE TO SIGN UP IS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8TH!! See Ms. Shorts in the College and Career center to sign up. 

Thank you to all of you who have contributed to help warm another family with a Coats for Kids donations.  Forever Friends has counted 144 coats donated from Longview High School!  The drive ends this week.  Coats will be dry cleaned for free by local cleaners  and then distributed on Sat., Nov. 10th  from 8 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at Broughton Recreational Center; 801 MLK.  Children must be present with an adult.  Thank you, LHS, for your coat donations!  

Meetings and events……. 

There will be an FCCLA meeting Tuesday, November 7th, right after school in room 423.  We will be discussing the upcoming volunteer projects with Longview Ministries and Heartsway Hospice.  Please bring your dues. 

Johnny’s Pizza, 3052 N. Eastman Road, invites the community to dine from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, November 6th.  Johnny’s Pizza will donate 20% of the evening's receipts from takeout orders or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Foundation’s grants programs.  Invite your friends and family and join the Longview ISD Foundation and Johnny’s Pizza and enjoy delicious pizza, pasta, sandwiches, or Groups to Join: 

Congratulations to……. 

Wow, the Halloween treat:  LOBO nation came through in donations made to Coats for Kids!  Thanks to all of you who had a part in the 271 coat donations made to Coats for Kids from Longview High School.  You all are a blessing for many Longview area families and to your family, thank you!  The Coat Distribution is Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m in Broughton Rec. Center, 801 MLK Blvd.  Children must be present with an adult.   

Items to purchase………. 

The Theatre Department has t shirts for sale for $5 and $6.  These are shirts from past plays that have been done at Longview High School. These shirts can be worn on Fridays.  Come by room 602, the black box in the Fine Arts building and support the Theatre Department.

A special thanks goes out to our ROTC Cadets, Mrs. Vicki Tramel, Ms. Sybil Blacklock and their Culinary Art Students, and Longview High School Choir for their participation in the  Junior League of Longview  luncheon  held yesterday in the Lobo Bistro.   

This is a reminder to all students that there are cameras positioned every- where on this campus, from the parking areas to all of the buildings……. 

Teachers and students—we have a few dress code issues we want to talk about:

First:  The dress code states that headgear of any kind is prohibited on campus.  This includes hats, toboggans, scarves, and so on.  If you need to keep your head warm you can wear a hoodie outside the building but we will take up the hats and toboggans if we see you wearing them.

Second: Jeans—we have 21 students on the no jean list for this Friday.  Teachers, please check the list that was sent out. If you find them wearing jeans please send them to Ms. Palmer.  Students—21 kids is just 1% of our student population.  This means that 99% of you are taking care of business and we want you to know how much we appreciate you every day.

Finally: Sagging—we’ve been nice since school started but a small number of our boys don’t seem to be getting any better with keeping their pants up.  This is where we need help from the teachers—so teachers, please do a quick dress code check at this time. If you have a student sagging in your class please send them to the discipline office at this time.  We will deal with them there. 

Remember students that if you have a problem, do not try to handle it yourself.  Contact a principal, counselor or teacher.  

  11/30/2012