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Wednesday, October 31 

Happy Halloween

Announcements: 

Sophomores and Juniors!!! On February15, 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 take out 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.

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.

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……. 

Lately we have noticed a lot of trash on the grounds especially in the parking areas.  There are enough trash containers conveniently placed all over the campus.  So please don’t be a little bug.  Keep Texas and especially LHS campus free of debris. 

Students—with the change in weather we have noticed an increase in all types of headgear.  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.  We will be making this announcement all week.  After this you risk losing the headgear altogether. 

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

Tuesday, October 30

Announcements: 

Any freshmen, sophomore or junior girl that is interested in playing basketball see Coach Smith in the coliseum after school today.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

October is coming to an end.    Lobo Coats for Kids donations total less than 50 coats!!!!!!!   Help warm another family by cleaning out closets of unused, outgrown, or new coats and donating them in an LHS Forever Friends' collection box.  Coats will be taken to participating dry cleaners for a free cleaning.  Then the community give away will be on Sat., Nov. 10th at Broughton Recreation Center from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.   

Meetings and events for today, October 30th……. 

Today freshmen, sophomores and juniors will take their yearbook photos during their English class. If you are an English teacher, please bring your students down to the Little Theater anytime during the class period. Teachers, you can take your photo during one of those periods if you like or come in the morning before school.  Lifetouch will be set up at approximately 7:30 for your convenience. 

Groups to Join: 

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the UIL Academic Computer Applications Team, please see Mrs. Warren in Room 504, CTE bldg.  Practice is after school or  during 9th period.   

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. PRACTICE IS AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information. 

Congratulations to……. 

This past Saturday the UIL Math Science Team went to Pine Tree for their first competition of the year.  In calculator, Andrew O’Connor placed 1st, Chris Yu placed 3rd, and Simone Macklin placed 4th in their respective grade levels.  In Science, Andrew O’Connor placed 3rd and Taylor Yuen placed 6th among senior competitors while Ehi Ihionkhan placed 6th in his grade level.  Other members that competed and placed in the top 10 were Judson Daniels, Sabrina Campbell, Oscar Martin, Jackson Schaap, and Addison Holcomb.  Overall the Team placed 3rd out of all schools in competition.  If you see these student please congratulate them on a job well done! 

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.

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……. 

Lately we have noticed a lot of trash on the grounds especially in the parking areas.  There are enough trash containers conveniently placed all over the campus.  So please don’t be a little bug.  Keep Texas and especially LHS campus free of debris. 

Students—with the change in weather we have noticed an increase in all types of headgear.  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.  We will be making this announcement all week.  After this you risk losing the headgear altogether. 

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

Monday, October 29

Announcements: 

Any freshmen, sophomore or junior girl that is interested in playing basketball see Coach Smith in the coliseum after school today or tomorrow.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

October is coming to an end.    Lobo Coats for Kids donations total less than 50 coats!!!!!!!   Help warm another family by cleaning out closets of unused, outgrown, or new coats and donating them in an LHS Forever Friends' collection box.  Coats will be taken to participating dry cleaners for a free cleaning.  Then the community give away will be on Sat., Nov. 10th at Broughton Recreation Center from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.   

Meetings and events for today, October 29th……. 

LHS will host a college financial aid workshop for juniors and seniors and their parents tonight at 6:30 in the area outside the College and Career Center.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the kinds of financial aid you can receive so you can attend college.  

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors will take their yearbook photos today and tomorrow, during their English class. If you are an English teacher please bring your students down to the Little Theater anytime during the class period. Teachers, you can take your photo during one of those periods if you like or come in the morning before school.  Lifetouch will be set up at approximately 7:30 for your convenience. 

Groups to Join:

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the UIL Academic Computer Applications Team, please see Mrs. Warren in Room 504, CTE bldg.  Computer Applications is a competition that focuses on Word Processing speed and accuracy, skill in the use of Database and Spreadsheet applications, and the integration of all of these. We practice after school or you may come by during 9th period.  Current members – please see Mrs. Warren after school in Room 504. 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. THEY PRACTICE AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

Congratulations to……. 

This weekend your Lobo Cross Country teams competed at the District meet in Mesquite. We had four runners advance to the regional meet and they are Marcus Martinez, Quintin Dellers, Kevin Grisham and Amber Redic. Congratulate these athletes when you see them and GO LOBOS!

Congratulations to the lobo tennis team on an amazing year.  The lobos finished the year with a 19-5 record and advanced to the regional quarterfinals this year, the farthest in over 20 years. Congrats on a great season. 

The following people have been chosen as “Feature People” on LHS’ campus for the 3rd three weeks.  If you happen to see them in the hallway, please congratulate them on a job well done. 

Feature teacher                       Ruben Richardson
Feature student                       Laura Aciano
Feature paraprofessional        Dorothy Floyd
Feature Secretary                   Marsha Parker
Feature DECA student           Manuel Esquivel and Kiara Ross
Feature Custodian                  David Chris Folzenlogen 
 

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!   

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.

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……. 

Lately we have noticed a lot of trash on the grounds especially in the parking areas.  There are enough trash containers conveniently placed all over the campus.  So please don’t be a little bug.  Keep Texas and especially LHS campus free of debris. 

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

Friday, October 26

Announcements:

Any freshmen, sophomore or junior girl that is interested in playing basketball see Coach Smith in the coliseum.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif

Faculty and staff, Lifetouch will be in the Little Theatre Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29 and 30 to take pictures for the yearbook. They are setting up early at approximately 7:30 to allow for you to take your picture before school. The yearbook is a historical record of everyone who attended and WORKED at the school that year. If you can't go before school, please have your picture taken during the school day ANY TIME THAT IS CONVENIENT FOR YOU. 

October is coming to an end.    Lobo Coats for Kids donations total less than 50 coats!   Help warm another family by cleaning out closets of unused, outgrown, or new coats and donating them in an LHS Forever Friends' collection box.  Coats will be taken to participating dry cleaners for a free cleaning.  Then the community give away will be on Sat., Nov. 10th at Broughton Recreation Center from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.  

Groups to Join: 

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the UIL Academic Computer Applications Team, please see Mrs. Warren in Room 504, CTE bldg.  Computer Applications is a competition that focuses on Word Processing speed and accuracy, skill in the use of Database and Spreadsheet applications, and the integration of all of these. We practice after school or you may come by during 9th period.  Current members – please see Mrs. Warren after school in Room 504. 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. THEY PRACTICE AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information. 

Congratulations to……. 

The following people have been chosen as “Feature People” on LHS’ campus for the 3rd three weeks.  If you happen to see them in the hallway, please congratulate them on a job well done. 

Feature teacher                       Ruben Richardson
Feature student                        Laura Aciano
Feature paraprofessional        Dorothy Floyd
Feature Secretary                   Marsha Parker
Feature DECA student           Manuel Esquivel and Kiara Ross
Feature Custodian                   David Chris Folzenlogen 
 

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!   

Items to purchase………. 

Student football tickets will not be sold in the Tardy Center today but across the street in the Athletic Office  before 12 noon.  Tickets are $3.00 

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.

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……. 

Lately we have noticed a lot of trash on the grounds especially in the parking areas.  There are enough trash containers conveniently placed all over the campus.  So please don’t be a little bug.  Keep Texas and especially LHS campus free of debris. 

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

Thursday, October 25

Announcements: 

Faculty and staff, Lifetouch will be in the Little Theatre Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29 and 30 to take pictures for the yearbook. They are setting up early at approximately 7:30 to allow for you to take your picture before school. The yearbook is a historical record of everyone who attended and WORKED at the school that year. If you can't go before school, please have your picture taken during the school day ANY TIME THAT IS CONVENIENT FOR YOU. 

October is coming to an end.    Lobo Coats for Kids donations total less than 50 coats!   Help warm another family by cleaning out closets of unused, outgrown, or new coats and donating them in an LHS Forever Friends' collection box.  Coats will be taken to participating dry cleaners for a free cleaning.  Then the community give away will be on Sat., Nov. 10th at Broughton Recreation Center from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.   

Meetings and events for today, October 25th……. 

Attention Skilled Spellers: If you are a talented speller and would like to build your SAT and ACT vocabulary skills, please consider joining the UIL Spelling and Vocabulary Team. The team is forming now and we will compete at our first practice meet in November. The team has a winning district record and usually advances to regional competition.  We will have a meeting after school today, the 25th,  in Mrs.Triece’s  Room 228, to  “get acquainted” and begin studying the spelling and vocabulary words. Even if you cannot stay for the meeting today, stop by to pick up the word list.

Groups to Join: 

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the UIL Academic Computer Applications Team, please see Mrs. Warren in Room 504, CTE bldg.  Computer Applications is a competition that focuses on Word Processing speed and accuracy, skill in the use of Database and Spreadsheet applications, and the integration of all of these. We practice after school or you may come by during 9th period.  Current members – please see Mrs. Warren after school in Room 504. 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. THEY PRACTICE AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information. 

Items to purchase………. 

Student football tickets will be sold in the Tardy Center across from the cafeteria today during all lunches.  Tickets are $3.00 

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.

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……. 

Lately we have noticed a lot of trash on the grounds especially in the parking areas.  There are enough trash containers conveniently placed all over the campus.  So please don’t be a little bug.  Keep Texas and especially LHS campus free of debris.

Tomorrow is Game Day Friday - wear your jeans and spirit shirts to your Lobo Spirit.

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

Wednesday, October 24

Today is Nerd Wednesday – Wear items such as suspenders, glasses, pocket protectors, etc. Tomorrow is 80’s Thursday - wear neon and throwback items. Remember students that you still have to wear uniform pants unless you have a wrist band allowing you to wear jeans today. 

Announcements:

Faculty and staff, Lifetouch will be in the Little Theatre Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29 and 30 to take pictures for the yearbook. They are setting up early at approximately 7:30 to allow for you to take your picture before school. The yearbook is a historical record of everyone who attended and WORKED at the school that year. If you can't go before school, please have your picture taken during the school day ANY TIME THAT IS CONVENIENT FOR YOU. 

October is coming to an end.    Lobo Coats for Kids donations total less than 50 coats!!!!!!!   Help warm another family by cleaning out closets of unused, outgrown, or new coats and donating them in an LHS Forever Friends' collection box.  Coats will be taken to participating dry cleaners for a free cleaning.  Then the community give away will be on Sat., Nov. 10th at Broughton Recreation Center from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.   

Basketball tryouts will be held on today, October 24th from 4:30 to 5:30 at the Practice gym.  You must bring your own clothes to work out in. 

Meetings and events for today, October 24th……. 

There will be a meeting of the UIL Current Events team during lunch today in the upper library. If you are interested in joining, please contact Mrs. Nylund in the library. 

Students, Join us today for our Texas Ten college fair. We have ten schools coming to showcase for you. This does not take the place of the annual college fair but you will have more of an opportunity to speak with the representatives because it will not be as crowded. So come out at 6:30pm in the little theatre and see if you find your college match!! 

Credit Recovery after school Rescheduled… 

Students, the 4 to 6:30 pm - credit recovery will not meet today due to testing on the LEAD campus.  

Groups to Join: 

Anyone interested in becoming a member of the UIL Academic Computer Applications Team, please see Mrs. Warren in Room 504, CTE bldg.  Computer Applications is a competition that focuses on Word Processing speed and accuracy, skill in the use of Database and Spreadsheet applications, and the integration of all of these. We practice after school or you may come by during 9th period.  Current members – please see Mrs. Warren after school in Room 504. 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. THEY PRACTICE AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

Attention Skilled Spellers: If you are a talented speller and would like to build your SAT and ACT vocabulary skills, please consider joining the UIL Spelling and Vocabulary Team. The team is forming now and we will compete at our first practice meet in November. The team has a winning district record and usually advances to regional competition.  We will have a meeting after school tomorrow, the 25th,  in Mrs.Triece’s room, Room 228, to  “get acquainted” and begin studying the spelling and vocabulary words.  Even if you cannot stay for the meeting Thursday, stop by to pick up the word list. Participation in any UIL activity makes you “shine” on a college application or resume, so if you’re a skilled speller who loves to win and also wants to look attractive to colleges, come to Room 228 after school this Thursday! 

Congratulations to……. 

Congrats to lobo varsity tennis team on winning 2nd place at the district tournament! the team has a 17-4 record this year and is headed to the regional tournament this Friday! Great job lobos and keep the tradition going! 

Items to purchase………. 

Student football tickets will be sold beginning today and tomorrow during all lunches in the Coliseum breezeway.  Tickets are $3.00 

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

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.

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, October 23

Today is Twin Day Tuesday – Match another student. Tomorrow is Nerd Wednesday - wear items such as suspenders, glasses, pocket protectors. Remember students that you still have to wear uniform pants unless you have a wrist band allowing you to wear jeans tomorrow.   

Meetings and events for Wednesday, October 24th……. 

There will be a special meeting time for the Anime Manga club Weds. The club will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30 in the lower library. If you are interested in the club but unable to attend the afternoon meetings, then please make plans to attend this morning meeting. 

There will be a meeting of the UIL Current Events team during lunch on Weds. in the upper library. If you are interested in joining, please contact Mrs. Nylund in the library. 

Students, Join us October 24th for our Texas Ten college fair. We have ten schools coming to showcase for you. This does not take the place of the annual college fair but you will have more of an opportunity to speak with the representatives because it will not be as crowded. So come out October 24th, next Wednesday at 6:30pm in the little theatre and see if you find your college match!! 

The Longview High School French Club will have its first monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 24th at seven o'clock a.m. Yes, that's 7 in the morning! We will meet in the French room, number 263 (which is next to the upper library from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. We will be enjoying life the French way with fine dining, relaxed entertainment and lively discussion. Soyez la bienvenue!!

Credit Recovery after school Rescheduled… 

Students, the 4 to 6:30 pm - credit recovery will not meet Today, and Wednesday due to testing on the LEAD campus.  

Groups to Join: 

ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE U-I-L JOURNALISM TEAM PLEASE SEE MR. BERNS IN ROOM 258. THEY PRACTICE AFTER SCHOOL MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. 

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information. 

Congratulations to……. 

The PreAP Sculpture Students competed in the Carved Pumpkin Category Thursday night at Ellis Home and Garden's Pumpkin Glow. Co-winners were Hilario Campos and Jailene Romo: each took home a crisp $100 bill. Second place went to Kaylan Fambles earning $50. Please congratulate these students when you see them in your classroom or the hallway! 

Over the weekend the Longview High School Speech and Debate team traveled to the Hallsville High School October Games Speech and Debate Tournament. This was the second tournament of the season and Longview High School came home very successful. The Freshman debate of Seema Brimmer and Trevor O'Connor took 6th place in varsity Cross Examination debate. Seema Brimmer was also the top speaker in CX Debate and Trevor took 3rd speaker. In Lincoln Douglas Debate, Sophomore Erick Ramirez took 4th place and Freshman Mallary Riddle took 3rd. Mallary also took top speaker in LD. This is an amazing accomplishment for these students who have only competed at one other tournament. Please congratulate these students and wish them good luck when they travel to the next tournament on November 3rd.

The Lobo Band competed at UIL marching contest this past Saturday.  The performance earned the band a first division from the entire judging panel.  All of the comments from the judges and directors were very complimentary.   This first division marks the 63rd back-to-back first division rating at UIL marching contest which allows the Longview Band to maintain the national record for consecutive superior ratings in the state contest.  Congratulations Lobo band!   

Items to purchase………. 

Student football tickets will be sold beginning today through Thursday during all lunches in the Coliseum breezeway.  Tickets are $3.00 

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.

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, October 22

This is Spirit Week.

Today is Marvelous Monday – Transform yourself into your favorite super hero and wear Super Hero Shirt.  Tomorrow is Twin Day Tuesday – Match another student.  Remember students that you still have to wear uniform pants.  The tops may vary and you may use accessories to complement the day’s theme.  Jeans may only be worn on Friday.  If you wear jeans during the week – you are out of dress code. 

Student football tickets will be sold beginning today through Thursday during all lunches in the Coliseum breezeway.  Tickets are $3.00 

ATTENTION!
KILGORE COLLEGE UPWARD BOUND:
A COLLEGE PREP PORGRAM

NOW ACCEPTING PARTICIPANT APPLICATIONS
For 9th, 10th and 11th GRADES: Must have at least 2.5 GPA

Applications may be picked up in the College/Career Center For more information contact
Jude Dubois: Director 903-988-3760
 

There will be a special meeting time for the Anime Manga club this Weds. The club will meet Weds. morning at 7:30 in the lower library. If you are interested in the club but unable to attend the afternoon meetings, then please make plans to attend this morning meeting. 

There will be a meeting of the UIL Current Events team during lunch on Weds. in the upper library. If you are interested in joining, please contact Mrs. Nylund in the library. 

Students, the 4 to 6:30 pm - credit recovery will not meet Today, Tuesday, and Wednesday due to testing on the LEAD campus.  

Students, Join us October 24th for our Texas Ten college fair. We have ten schools coming to showcase for you. This does not take the place of the annual college fair but you will have more of an opportunity to speak with the representatives because it will not be as crowded. So come out October 24th, next Wednesday at 6:30pm in the little theatre and see if you find your college match!

There will be an FCCLA meeting immediately after school today, Oct. 22nd in room 423.  

The Longview High School French Club will have its first monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 24th at seven o'clock a.m. Yes, that's 7 in the morning! We will meet in the French room, number 263 (which is next to the upper library from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. We will be enjoying life the French way with fine dining, relaxed entertainment and lively discussion. Soyez la bienvenue!

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.

Over the weekend the Longview High School Speech and Debate team traveled to the Hallsville High School October Games Speech and Debate Tournament. This was the second tournament of the season and Longview High School came home very successful.. The Freshman debate of Seema Brimmer and Trevor O'Connor took 6th place in varsity Cross Examination debate. Seema Brimmer was also the top speaker in CX Debate and Trevor took 3rd speaker. In Lincoln Douglas Debate, Sophomore Erick Ramirez took 4th place and Freshman Mallary Riddle took 3rd. Mallary also took top speaker in LD. This is an amazing accomplishment for these students who have only competed at one other tournament. Please congratulate these students and wish them good luck when they travel to the next tournament on November 3rd.

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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 Lobo Band competed at UIL marching contest this past Saturday.  The performance earned the band a first division from the entire judging panel.  All of the comments from the judges and directors were very complimentary.   This first division marks the 63rd back-to-back first division rating at UIL marching contest which allows the Longview Band to maintain the national record for consecutive superior ratings in the state contest.  Congratulations Lobo band! 

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

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, if you are planning to ride the bus to the Lead Academy, you must first sign up on the bus list before 11:00 each day.  The bus list is in Mrs. Palmer’s office in the Student Service Center. 

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

Friday, October 19

ATTENTION!
KILGORE COLLEGE UPWARD BOUND:
A COLLEGE PREP PORGRAM
NOW ACCEPTING PARTICIPANT APPLICATIONS
For 9th, 10th and 11th GRADES: Must have at least 2.5 GPA

Applications may be picked up in the College/Career Center For more information contact
Jude Dubois: Director 903-988-3760

Students, Join us October 24th for our Texas Ten college fair. We have ten schools coming to showcase for you. This does not take the place of the annual college fair but you will have more of an opportunity to speak with the representatives because it will not be as crowded. So come out October 24th, next Wednesday at 6:30pm in the little theatre and see if you find your college match!

There will be an FCCLA meeting immediately after school on Monday, Oct. 22nd in room 423.

The Longview High School French Club will have its first monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 24th at seven o'clock a.m. Yes, that's 7 in the morning! We will meet in the French room, number 263 (which is next to the upper library from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. We will be enjoying life the French way with fine dining, relaxed entertainment and lively discussion. Soyez la bienvenue!

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

On October 20th, Join Texas A&M Commerce for “Mane Event” preview day! The preview day is a special day of programs for you and your family. It is designed to be informative and exciting…please don’t miss this opportunity to see and experience all that they have to offer. They will showcase all areas of the university ranging from academics to campus activities.  See Ms. Shorts in the college and career center to sign up. 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

It is important to get to class on time.  We are still having too many students wandering the halls after the tardy bell.  Students--beginning tomorrow you will only be allowed one minute to be admitted to class after the designated time since we will not have bells anymore except for lunch time.  Any time beyond the one minute grace-period will mean you will have to go to the tardy center for a pass.  Your teachers have also been instructed to not let you into the class room if you have already collected four or more tardies for that class.  Instead they are to send you to the tardy center where you will be assigned after school detention. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

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, if you are planning to ride the bus to the Lead Academy, you must first sign up on the bus list before 11:00 each day.  The bus list is in Mrs. Palmer’s office in the Student Service Center. 

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

Thursday, October 18

ATTENTION!
KILGORE COLLEGE UPWARD BOUND:
A COLLEGE PREP PORGRAM
NOW ACCEPTING PARTICIPANT APPLICATIONS
For 9th, 10th and 11th GRADES: Must have at least 2.5 GPA

Applications may be picked up in the College/Career Center For more information contact
Jude Dubois: Director 903-988-3760

There will be an FCCLA meeting immediately after school on Monday, Oct. 22nd in room 423.

The Longview High School French Club will have its first monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 24th at seven o'clock a.m. Yes, that's 7 in the morning! We will meet in the French room, number 263 (which is next to the upper library from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. We will be enjoying life the French way with fine dining, relaxed entertainment and lively discussion. Soyez la bienvenue!

Any senior interested in serving on the prom commitee please meet Ms. Blacklock in Room 425 on Friday morning, October 19 at 7:45.  Plans for all senior events will be discussed. 

If you are interested in what is going on in the world, read news magazines and papers, and watch CNN then the UIL Current Events team is perfect for you.  A new team is being formed and anyone interested in participating on the UIL Current Events team should stop by and see Mrs. Nylund during lunch today (Weds.) in the upstairs library. 

Seniors, three scholarships are now available:  Texas Student Housing Scholarship, the East Texas Professional Credit Union Presidential Scholarship, and the East Texas Professional Credit Union McLaughlin Scholarship for education majors.  Please come by the College and Career Center for an application. 

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

On October 20th, Join Texas A&M Commerce for “Mane Event” preview day! The preview day is a special day of programs for you and your family. It is designed to be informative and exciting…please don’t miss this opportunity to see and experience all that they have to offer. They will showcase all areas of the university ranging from academics to campus activities.  See Ms. Shorts in the college and career center to sign up. 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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!

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

It is important to get to class on time.  We are still having too many students wandering the halls after the tardy bell.  Students--beginning tomorrow you will only be allowed one minute to be admitted to class after the designated time since we will not have bells anymore except for lunch time.  Any time beyond the one minute grace-period will mean you will have to go to the tardy center for a pass.  Your teachers have also been instructed to not let you into the class room if you have already collected four or more tardies for that class.  Instead they are to send you to the tardy center where you will be assigned after school detention. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

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, if you are planning to ride the bus to the Lead Academy, you must first sign up on the bus list before 11:00 each day.  The bus list is in Mrs. Palmer’s office in the Student Service Center. 

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

Wednesday, October 17

Homecoming Activities for next Week

This activity is approved by Mr. Brewer.
 

Marvelous Monday - Transform into your favorite super hero and wear Super Hero Shirts

Twin Day - Tuesday Match another student

Nerd Wednesday -  Wear items such as suspenders, glasses, pocket protectors

80s Thursday - Wear neon and throwback items

Game Day Friday - Wear your jeans and spirit shirts to show your Lobo Spirit

 

RULES

  • Students must wear uniform bottoms (every day but Friday), but may vary their tops (must not be revealing).

  • Accessories can be used to complement the day’s theme, but must not be a classroom distraction.

  • Jeans may only be worn on Friday as usual.

Tuesday, October 16

DECA students, there will be an important meeting on tomorrow morning (Wednesday) at 7:30 a.m in room 403 in the CATE building near Mr. Bowie's office.  Please be on time.  Students, please sign in when you enter the room.  For those of you that are taking the PSAT test, you will get out of the meeting in time to go to your testing site.  Mrs. Bayless needs everyone at the meeting.  Students taking college classes at 7:00 a.m., I understand your situation, but come by my room before the day is over.  I need to talk with everyone.  Talk to your parents so you can make plans to get to the meeting on time.  

If you are interested in what is going on in the world, read news magazines and papers, and watch CNN then the UIL Current Events team is perfect for you.  A new team is being formed and anyone interested in participating on the UIL Current Events team should stop by and see Mrs. Nylund during lunch on Weds. in the upstairs library. 

Seniors, three scholarships are now available:  Texas Student Housing Scholarship, the East Texas Professional Credit Union Presidential Scholarship, and the East Texas Professional Credit Union McLaughlin Scholarship for education majors.  Please come by the College and Career Center for an application. 

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS!

All sophomores and juniors who are registered to take the PSAT must bring their own calculators to the test.  These students should also ask their English teachers on Monday and Tuesday for their testing location. 

Senior Students will be wearing Lucky 13 green shirts on Wednesday to support upcoming senior events.  Mr. Brewer has approved you wearing the green "Lucky 13" shirts with uniform bottoms or you may buy a Jean Pass from Cosmetology. Shirts are available at lunch and in room 425 for $12. Proceeds go to senior events. This is a PTO fundraiser. Again, they may only wear jeans of they have purchased a jean pass. 

Seniors: Make sure you create your Apply Texas account for college. This will allow you to apply to multiple schools in the state of Texas using one single application. Visit applytexas.org and go see Ms. Shorts in the college and career center. 

All 2012-2013 DECA members need to report to room 512 (Mrs. Bayless) to pick up your DECA pin, tumbler, and certificate.  Do not send anyone to pick up your DECA items.

On October 20th, Join Texas A&M Commerce for “Mane Event” preview day! The preview day is a special day of programs for you and your family. It is designed to be informative and exciting…please don’t miss this opportunity to see and experience all that they have to offer. They will showcase all areas of the university ranging from academics to campus activities.  See Ms. Shorts in the college and career center to sign up. 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily.

 It is important to get to class on time.  We are still having too many students wandering the halls after the tardy bell.  Students--beginning tomorrow you will only be allowed one minute to be admitted to class after the designated time since we will not have bells anymore except for lunch time.  Any time beyond the one minute grace-period will mean you will have to go to the tardy center for a pass.  Your teachers have also been instructed to not let you into the class room if you have already collected four or more tardies for that class.  Instead they are to send you to the tardy center where you will be assigned after school detention. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

Faculty, staff and students do not park or wait in the bus loading area before or after school.  For the safety of our students, you and your car, please do not park in that area.   

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, October 15

All 2012-2013 DECA members need to report to room 512 (Mrs. Bayless) to pick up your DECA pin, tumbler, and certificate sometime during the day.  Do not send anyone to pick up your DECA items.   

Sam Houston State University will be on campus during lunch today. Make sure you stop by the table to get more information in the foryer during your lunch time. 

SENIORS, YEARBOOK CAP-AND-GOWN PHOTOS WILL BE TAKEN TOMORROW MORNING IN THE LITTLE THEATER. YOU WILL BE CALLED OUT OF CLASS ALPHABETICALLY. DON'T FORGET TO BRING TEN DOLLARS FOR THE PROOF CHARGE. 

Anchor club will be taking orders for Homecoming Mums during all lunches this week. The table will be by the attendance office near the main stairwell. Mums will be available for pick-up Thursday, October 25.  Anchor club membership forms and dues need to be turned in this week, ESPECIALLY OFFICERS! 

All sophomores and juniors who are registered to take the PSAT must bring their own calculators to the test.  These students should also ask their English teachers on Monday and Tuesday for their testing location. 

Senior Students will be wearing Lucky 13 green shirts on Wednesday to support upcoming senior events.  They may only wear jeans of they have purchased a jean pass. 

Congratulations to the following students who will serve as National Honor Society Officers for this school year: President: Christopher "the lion" Yu Vice President: Judson Daniels Treasurer: Nick Novy; Secretary: Jalen "the owl" Johnson; Junior Representatives: Courtney Alexander and Austin Dickson 

Seniors: Make sure you create your Apply Texas account for college. This will allow you to apply to multiple schools in the state of Texas using one single application. Visit applytexas.org and go see Ms. Shorts in the college and career center. 

Sam Houston State University will be on campus during lunch on Monday, October 15. Make sure you stop by the table to get more information in the foyer during your lunch time.

All 2012-2013 DECA members need to report to room 512 (Mrs. Bayless) to pick up your DECA pin, tumbler, and certificate.  Do not send anyone to pick up your DECA items.

On October 20th, Join Texas A&M Commerce for “Mane Event” preview day! The preview day is a special day of programs for you and your family. It is designed to be informative and exciting…please don’t miss this opportunity to see and experience all that they have to offer. They will showcase all areas of the university ranging from academics to campus activities.  See Ms. Shorts in the college and career center to sign up. 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Student football tickets will not be sold today in the breezeway but will be sold at the Athletic Office until 12:00. Student tickets are $3.00.

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily.

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

This is a reminder that faculty, staff and students not park or wait in the bus loading area before or after school.  For the safety of our students, you and your car, please do not park in that area.   

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

It’s time for the monthly PTO meeting!  Coach King and Pat Collins will speak to the PTO Wednesday, October 17th at noon in the green room of the Aquatic Center.  Feel free to bring your lunch!

Friday, October 12

Seniors: Make sure you create your Apply Texas account for college. This will allow you to apply to multiple schools in the state of Texas using one single application. Visit applytexas.org and go see Ms. Shorts in the college and career center. 

Sam Houston State University will be on campus during lunch on monday, October 15. Make sure you stop by the table to get more information in the foryer during your lunch time.

All 2012-2013 DECA members need to report to room 512 (Mrs. Bayless) to pick up your DECA pin, tumbler, and certificate.  Do not send anyone to pick up your DECA items.

On October 20th, Join Texas A&M Commerce for “Mane Event” preview day! The preview day is a special day of programs for you and your family. It is designed to be informative and exciting…please don’t miss this opportunity to see and experience all that they have to offer. They will showcase all areas of the university ranging from academics to campus activities.  See Ms. Shorts in the college and career center to sign up. 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bright colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during all lunches beginning the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Student football tickets will not be sold today in the breezeway but will be sold at the Athletic Office until 12:00. Student tickets are $3.00.

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will continue to sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

This is a reminder that faculty, staff and students not park or wait in the bus loading area before or after school.  For the safety of our students, you and your car, please do not park in that area.   

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

Thursday, October 11 

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.

Longview High School Cosmetology Department will be selling Jean Day passes for $1 each. The pass will be bight colored circled bracelets that will allow jeans to be worn on the Wednesday before Homecoming October 24th. The bracelets may be purchased during lunch times the 15th-24th on A-Days or in the Cosmetology Department.  

Students, it is now time to elect our homecoming court for 2012.  Homecoming is October 26.  We will elect duchesses from all four grade levels.  The senior homecoming court will consist of 5 duchesses, one of whom will be crowned queen.  The other grade levels will be represented by two duchesses.  If you would like to run for duchess, please pick up a petition for your grade level at the receptionist's desk and complete by 4:05 p.m.  today. Return your forms to the receptionist.   

Student football tickets will be sold in the breezeway beginning today during all lunches.  Student tickets are $3.00.

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

The Technology Student Association will elect officers for this year this afternoon at 6:00 pm. in room 407.  Membership dues must be paid to participate in the election.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out-grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Juniors, it is time to register for the October 17th PSAT.  You will receive a registration form in your English classes, and forms are also available in the College and Career Center.  Cost of the test is $15.00. The PSAT is a very important test that begins the National Merit Scholar competition.  Information about the PSAT is also on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website.  See Mrs. Ray or Ms. Shorts in the College and Career Center if you have questions. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

This is a reminder that faculty, staff and students not park or wait in the bus loading area before or after school.  For the safety of our students, you and your car, please do not park in that area.   

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

Tuesday, October 9

Students, it is now time to elect our homecoming court for 2012.  Homecoming is October 26.  We will elect duchesses from all four grade levels.  The senior homecoming court will consist of 5 duchesses, one of whom will be crowned queen.  The other grade levels will be represented by two duchesses.  If you would like to run for duchess, please pick up a petition for your grade level at the receptionist's desk and complete by 4:05 p.m. on Thursday, October 11.  Return your forms to the receptionist.   

Students, if you are interested in UIL ready writing, please meet in the lower library briefly this afternoon after school. 

Student football tickets will be sold in the breezeway beginning today through Thursday during all lunches.  Student tickets are $3.00.

There will be an Anime Manga club meeting tomorrow after school in the upstairs library. If you read Manga or watch anime then this is the club for you.

Are you interested in computer programming?  Consider joining our UIL Computer Programming team.  Learn Java and train for upcoming competitions every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Room 112.  See Mrs. Dennis for more information.

There will be a special assembly program for students in grades 9 and 10 who have shown the Most Improvement in specific areas for the 1st six weeks. The program will be tomorrow, October 10 at 2:00 p.m. in the Little Theater. The student list will be emailed to you today.

The Technology Student Association will elect officers for this year on Thursday at 6:00 pm. in room 407.  Membership dues must be paid to participate in the election.

LOBOS, help warm another family.   Donate out grown, or slightly used coats, to the COATS FOR KIDS drive.  Drop off your coat in one of the conveniently located Forever Friends' boxes on campus through October.

Just a reminder that tomorrow is Unity Day for Anti-bullying month and that is the day to wear orange. There will also be a table in the breezeway for you to sign the anti-bullying petition that will be sent to national headquarters and added to the thousands across the U.S. who sign. Today is orange ribbon day and tomorrow will be Crush Bullying and orange crush sodas will be for sale after school. 

McAlister’s Deli on Judson Road invites the community to dine from 5:00-10:00 PM today.  McAlister’s will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from take-out 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 McAlister’s Deli and enjoy a great meal.  

The first organizational meeting of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) will be held today immediately after school in room 423 of the Career Tech Building.  We will be discussing leadership opportunities, volunteerism, and club membership.  Any family and consumer science student can join and participate in this organization. Light refreshments will be served.  Come join the fun. 

Juniors, it is time to register for the October 17th PSAT.  You will receive a registration form in your English classes, and forms are also available in the College and Career Center.  Cost of the test is $15.00. The PSAT is a very important test that begins the National Merit Scholar competition.  Information about the PSAT is also on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website.  See Mrs. Ray or Ms. Shorts in the College and Career Center if you have questions. 

The Technology Student Association will meet every Thursday morning at 7:00 AM and for those that cannot attend the morning meeting; we will also meet after school in room 407. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

Students and Teachers, this week we will sweep the halls immediately following the last lunch.  Those students not attending class on time will be sent to the Little Theatre for the entire class period and will be counted absent. 

We are requesting that faculty, staff and students not park or wait in the bus loading area before or after school.  Even though it is legal for temporary parking it causes great confusion and a traffic jam when the busses cannot turn into that area.

For the safety of our students, you and your car, please do not park in that area.   

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

Friday, October 5

The officers of the DECA club decided to recognize a teacher, a student, a paraprofessional, a secretary, a DECA student, and a custodian, every three weeks as one of their extraordinary projects.  They call them Feature People at Longview High School. 

 

The following people have been chosen as Feature People”on LHS’ campus for the 2nd three weeks. 
If you happen to see them in the hallway, please congratulate them on a job well done. 

 

Feature teacher                       Mrs. Carol Nylund

Feature student                       Christian Wilson 

Feature paraprofessional        Mr. Art Zapata 

Feature Secretary                    Ms. Renee Sanders 

Feature DECA student            Andrew Littleton
Feature Custodian                   Ms. Angela Smith 

 

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. 

Thursday, October 4

October is National Anti-Bullying Month. Wednesday, October 10, is National Unity Day and everyone who is against bullying is being asked to wear orange that day. To emphasize National Anti-Bullying Month and to encourage everyone at LHS to wear orange, the Gay Straight Alliance is hosting a week of activities for Oct. 8 – 12 that have been approved by Mr. Brewer.

  • Monday – orange Unity Ribbons will be handed out to those who wish to wear them.

  • Tuesday – Crush Bullying and buy an Orange Crush drink after school

  • Wednesday – Wear orange – the shirt doesn’t have to be a polo shirt, it can be a t-shirt, as long as the pants meet dress code. Also, stop by and sign the Anti-Bullying Petition at a table in the breezeway or you can sign it electronically at http://www.pacer.org/bullying/digitalpetition

  • Thursday –“Orange you tired of Bullying?” will be the message as oranges are handed out to anyone who wants one.

Any club who wishes to participate is welcome to create their own orange ribbons and have their club members wear orange on Weds.

McAlister’s Deli on Judson Road invites the community to dine from 5:00-10:00 PM on Tuesday, October 9.  McAlister’s will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from take-out 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 McAlister’s Deli and enjoy a great meal.  

IS sophomores and IB juniors, don't forget about the Bring Your Own Breakfast get together tomorrow morning in room 121 at 7:30 AM.  Juniors, this is a great opportunity for you to help answer any questions the sophomores may have about the IB program and a fun way to get to know each other.    

The first organizational meeting of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) will be held immediately after school on Tuesday, October 9th in room 423 of the Career Tech Building.  We will be discussing leadership opportunities, volunteerism, and club membership.  Any family and consumer science student can join and participate in this organization. Light refreshments will be served.  Come join the fun. 

Any student taking the SAT this Saturday -- You are reminded that you must have your Admission Ticket and an Official ID such as a Driver's License or School ID -- You will not be let in without both items. Please be here on time and look for signs for the testing room. 

Juniors, it is time to register for the October 17th PSAT.  You will receive a registration form in your English classes, and forms are also available in the College and Career Center.  Cost of the test is $15.00. The PSAT is a very important test that begins the National Merit Scholar competition.  Information about the PSAT is also on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website.  See Mrs. Ray or Ms. Shorts in the College and Career Center if you have questions. 

The Technology Student Association will meet every Thursday morning at 7:00 AM and for those that cannot attend the morning meeting; we will also meet after school in room 407. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

Attention seniors, don’t forget to order your graduation announcements and cap and gown today, October 4th.  Graduate Sales will be in the Auditorium Foyer from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm to take orders.  Don’t forget to bring your $100.00 deposit in the form of cash, check, money order or credit card. 

Students please do not allow other students to use your cell phone due to the problems we are having with students getting on other students face back.  If you allow someone to use your phone and they do get information off of it, the school will not be responsible. 

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

Wednesday, October 3

A Reminder for all staff and students: it is that time of year again, time for cold/flu season. Please remember to use good hand washing and cough/sneezing hygiene:

Wash your hands: before and after eating; after using the restroom; after you sneeze or cough in your hands; or anytime they are dirty. Cough/sneeze hygiene: cough/sneeze into tissue; cough/sneeze into your elbow 

The first organizational meeting of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) will be held immediately after school on Tuesday, October 9th in room 423 of the Career Tech Building.  We will be discussing leadership opportunities, volunteerism, and club membership.  Any family and consumer science student can join and participate in this organization. Light refreshments will be served.  Come join the fun. 

Any student taking the SAT this Saturday -- You are reminded that you must have your Admission Ticket and an Official ID such as a Driver's License or School ID -- You will not be let in without both items. Please be here on time and look for signs for the testing room. 

The Deadline to sign up for the November 3rd SAT is tomorrow, October 4th) Go to the College and Career Center if you have any questions. 

Juniors, it is time to register for the October 17th PSAT.  You will receive a registration form in your English classes, and forms are also available in the College and Career Center.  Cost of the test is $15.00. The PSAT is a very important test that begins the National Merit Scholar competition.  Information about the PSAT is also on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website.  See Mrs. Ray or Ms. Shorts in the College and Career Center if you have questions. 

The Technology Student Association will meet every Thursday morning at 7:00 AM and for those that cannot attend the morning meeting; we will also meet after school in room 407. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily. 

Attention seniors, don’t forget to order your graduation announcements and cap and gown on Thursday, October 4th.  Graduate Sales will be in the Auditorium Foyer from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm to take orders.  Don’t forget to bring your $100.00 deposit in the form of cash, check, money order or credit card. 

Students, please do not allow other students to use your cell phone due to the problems we are having with students getting on other students face back.  If you allow someone to use your phone and they do get information off of it, the school will not be responsible. 

Teachers, remember that this coming Monday, October 1st is a Flex Day.  Details will be forthcoming for our students.  An announcement to release the girls first will be made after the morning announcements.  

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

Tuesday, October 2

The UIL Academic team would like to thank you for your attendance at "Longview High School's got Talent" on Saturday evening. We had twenty fantastic acts plus two phenomenal teacher acts - Kristina Glenn and Heather Cisco. Winning acts were: 3rd Place "Let Go, Let God" Tyauanna Benton, Reggie Smith, Cadell Williams; 2nd Place "Rachmaninoff Prelude in C# Minor" Chris Yu; 1st Place "Bombs and Shooting Stars" Kimberley Elliott.  Congratulations to these students! 

The first organizational meeting of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) will be held immediately after school on Tuesday, October 9th in room 423 of the Career Tech Building.  We will be discussing leadership opportunities, volunteerism, and club membership.  Any family and consumer science student can join and participate in this organization. Light refreshments will be served.  Come join the fun. 

Congratulations to the boys and girls Cross Country Team for winning 1st place in the Gladewater Invitational over this past weekend. 

The SAT is October 6th (this Saturday). If you have signed up for this test you must bring your admissions ticket and drivers license or school ID card. You will not be let in without both items. Please be here on time and look for signs for the testing room.  

The Deadline to sign up for the November 3rd SAT is this Thursday, October 4th) Go to the College and Career Center if you have any questions. 

IB students will be selling wristbands during lunches today and Monday for Learning for Limbs Jean Day on Tuesday, Oct. 3rd.  A $1.00 donation will allow you to wear jeans along with a green wristband on Tuesday.  A $2.00 donation will allow you to wear jeans AND a spirit shirt along with a yellow wristband on Tuesday.  If you lose the wristband you will have to purchase another.  All money collected will go toward the purchase of an artificial limb for someone in need in Africa. 

Seniors, if you are interested in attending Louisiana Tech University, the College and Career Center now has information about the Louisiana Tech Bulldog Out-of-State Fee Scholarship.  Come by and pick up the information. - Mrs. Ray in the College and Career Center has the opportunity to nominate a senior For The East Texas Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Spark Award $1,000 scholarship.  If you have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the promotion of philanthropy and volunteerism in East Texas, please see Mrs. Ray.  You could be a winner! 

Juniors, it is time to register for the October 17th PSAT.  You will receive a registration form in your English classes, and forms are also available in the College and Career Center.  Cost of the test is $15.00. The PSAT is a very important test that begins the National Merit Scholar competition.  Information about the PSAT is also on the LHS Guidance and Counseling website.  See Mrs. Ray or Ms. Shorts in the College and Career Center if you have questions. 

The Technology Student Association will meet every Thursday morning at 7:00 AM and for those that cannot attend the morning meeting; we will also meet after school in room 407. 

Come to Bible Fellowship Club on Tuesday mornings for prayer and devotions starting at 7:35 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! 

Remember that bus changes are posted on the outside window facing the cafeteria daily.. 

Attention seniors, don’t forget to order your graduation announcements and cap and gown on Thursday, October 4th.  Graduate Sales will be in the Auditorium Foyer from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm to take orders.  Don’t forget to bring your $100.00 deposit in the form of cash, check, money order or credit card. 

Students, please do not allow other students to use your cell phone due to the problems we are having with students getting on other students face back.  If you allow someone to use your phone and they do get information off of it, the school will not be responsible. 

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

 

 

10/31/2012