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Friday, September 28

Talent Show Participants:  Turn in your unsold tickets and/or money TODAY to Mrs. Brandon or to Ms. Cisco. We need the unsold tickets to sell on Saturday night. Arrive at the auditorium no later than 6:30 PM on Saturday. 

Tech for Talent Show: Please arrive at 6:00 for show preparations. 

All dual credit classes will meet on Monday, October 1st on Flex day during their regular class time. This includes all academic dual credit classes and all Career Tech Dual Credit courses. 

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, information about the Coca-Cola Scholars Scholarship Program is now available in the College and Career Center. 

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! 

Students, it is time to give blood again.  Student Council and Carter Blood Care are joining up to host our first blood drive of the year.  If you are at least 16 years of age, you may be eligible to donate.  You can sign up with student council members during lunches this week.  Look for the sign-up table by the main staircase. The blood drive will be Thursday, Oct. 4th. 

Students, if you are looking to do community service for your club, contact your sponsor for the contact information.  Judson Middle School’s PTO president is looking for volunteers to help with the concession stands at the football games Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  At the end of the season, the organization will donate funds to your club for your student assistance.

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. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

DECA students are involved in community service projects that most students are not and have a lot of fun in the process.  Each year DECA adopts service projects.  For the 2012-2013 school year, DECA members will be raising funds to assist the club and to give back to the community in some way.  A committee is formed for each project.  This year, 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 first three weeks.  If you happen to see them in the hallway, please congratulate them on a job well done.   

Feature teacher                 Mrs. Rochelle Ceballos
Feature student                  Jori Sutton
Feature paraprofessional  Mrs. Nellie Moody
Feature Secretary             Mrs. Dee Dee Young
Feature DECA student     Breana Hollins
Feature Custodian             Mr. Philliph Burns
 

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!   

Until the end of the next 3 weeks, the DECA club. 

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 book.  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. 

Thursday, September 27

Seniors, information about the Coca-Cola Scholars Scholarship Program is now available in the College and Career Center. 

The following students are reminded of the dress rehearsal after school today in the Mickey Melton Auditorium: LeGrand Northcutt, Heather Fohrman, Allison Monthie-Kemp, Ayana Young, Phylecia Osborne, Alaina Cooks, Cha'Kevia Perry, Josie Coffman, Branton Moore, Carmen Smith, Katie Alexander, Courtney Cooks, Megan Golston, Brianna Seidel, and Chris Yu. 

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! 

Students, it is time to give blood again.  Student Council and Carter Blood Care are joining up to host our first blood drive of the year.  If you are at least 16 years of age, you may be eligible to donate.  You can sign up with student council members during lunches this week.  Look for the sign-up table by the main staircase. The blood drive will be Thursday, Oct. 4th. 

Students, if you are looking to do community service for your club, contact your sponsor for the contact information.  Judson Middle School’s PTO president is looking for volunteers to help with the concession stands at the football games Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  At the end of the season, the organization will donate funds to your club for your student assistance.

Attention Junior and Senior National Honor Society members.  We will have our first rendezvous of 2012 to elect officers this tomorrow, September 27th at 7 pm in the Little Theater.  Attendance is required.  If you have a conflict, you must speak with Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday.  If you are interested in running for an office, see Mrs. Harbison before Thursday.  That's all National Honor Society members, Thursday at 7pm in the Little Theater.  
 

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! 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012.   

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

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances.

Students, remember that cell phones are not to be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  Use your phone outside the buildings only.

If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not, you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  We are still seeing students with Starbuck coffee and food entering the building.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food and drink into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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.  

Seniors, John Barbe with Graduate Sales will be here on campus today, September 27th in the Mickey Melton Auditorium regarding your cap and gown orders.  In addition, Juniors, don’t forget to order your class ring today from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM with Graduate Sales.  Remember to bring your $100.00 deposit in the form of cash, check, money order or credit card. 

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

Wednesday, September 26

The following students are reminded of their dress rehearsal after school today in the Mickey Melton Auditorium:  Amber Redic, JV Cheerleaders, Kyonah Austin, Aleesa Coffer, Kimberley Elliott, Abigayle Davis, Arlonda Ballard, Tyaunna Benton, Cadell Williams, Cameron Fox, and Chris Yu. Please bring your music and wear your performance attire. 

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! 

Students, it is time to give blood again.  Student Council and Carter Blood Care are joining up to host our first blood drive of the year.  If you are at least 16 years of age, you may be eligible to donate.  You can sign up with student council members during lunches this week.  Look for the sign-up table by the main staircase. The blood drive will be Thursday, Oct. 4th. 

Students, if you are looking to do community service for your club, contact your sponsor for the contact information.  Judson Middle School’s PTO president is looking for volunteers to help with the concession stands at the football games Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  At the end of the season, the organization will donate funds to your club for your student assistance.

Attention Junior and Senior
National Honor Society members.  We will have our first rendezvous of 2012 to elect officers this tomorrow, September 27th at 7 pm in the Little Theater.  Attendance is required.  If you have a conflict, you must speak with Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday.  If you are interested in running for an office, see Mrs. Harbison before Thursday.  That's all National Honor Society members, Thursday at 7pm in the Little Theater.  
 

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! 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

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

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Students, remember that cell phones are not to be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  Use your phone outside the buildings only.

If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not, you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  We are still seeing students with Starbuck coffee and food entering the building.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food and drink into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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. 

Seniors, John Barbe with Graduate Sales will be here on campus tomorrow, September 27th in the Mickey Melton Auditorium regarding your cap and gown orders. 

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

Tuesday, September 25

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! 

Students, it is time to give blood again.  Student Council and Carter Blood Care are joining up to host our first blood drive of the year.  If you are at least 16 years of age, you may be eligible to donate.  You can sign up with student council members during lunches this week.  Look for the sign-up table by the main staircase. The blood drive will be Thursday, Oct. 4th. 

Students, if you are looking to do community service for your club, contact your sponsor for the contact information.  Judson Middle School’s PTO president is looking for volunteers to help with the concession stands at the football games Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  At the end of the season, the organization will donate funds to your club for your student assistance.

Attention Junior and Senior National Honor Society members.  We will have our first rendezvous of 2012 to elect officers this Thursday at 7 pm in the Little Theater.  Attendance is required.  If you have a conflict, you must speak with Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday.  If you are interested in running for an office, see Mrs. Harbison before Thursday.  That's all National Honor Society members, Thursday at 7pm in the Little Theater.  
 

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! 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Students, remember that cell phones are not to be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  Use your phone outside the buildings only.  

If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not, you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  We are still seeing students with Starbuck coffee and food entering the building.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food and drink into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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.  

Seniors, John Barbe with Graduate Sales will be here on campus in the Mickey Melton Auditorium regarding your cap and gown orders. 

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

Monday, September 24

Students, It is time to give blood again.  Student Council and Carter Blood Care are joining up to host our first blood drive of the year.  If you are at least 16 years of age, you may be eligible to donate.  You can sign up with student council members during lunches this week.  Look for the sign-up table by the main staircase. The blood drive will be Thursday, Oct. 4th

Students, if you are looking to do community service for your club, contact your sponsor for the contact information.  Judson Middle School’s PTO president is looking for volunteers to help with the concession stands at the football games Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  At the end of the season, the organization will donate funds to your club for your student assistance.

Attention Junior and Senior National Honor Society members.  We will have our first rendezvous of 2012 to elect officers this Thursday at 7 pm in the Little Theater.  Attendance is required.  If you have a conflict, you must speak with Mrs. Harbison in room 227 by Thursday.  If you are interested in running for an office, see Mrs. Harbison before Thursday.  That's all National Honor Society members, Thursday at 7pm in the Little Theater.  
 

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. 

There will be a meeting today, September 24 immediately after school in Mrs. Brown's room #239. Please bring forms and dues if possible. Anyone wishing to join Anchor Club may attend this meeting as well. 

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!" 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Students, remember that cell phones are not to be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  Use your phone outside the buildings only.

If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not,  you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Student football tickets will not be sold on campus for “away games”.  You may purchase your tickets at the Athletic Office from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday thru Thursday.  Tickets will not be sold after 12:00 noon on Friday. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  Yesterday, I saw several girls entering the building with not only drinks but food as well.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Friday, September 21

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 last day to order the NEWLY designed Global t-shirt will be on Monday. Order forms are in the Global office.  T-shirts are $12 and now offered in charcoal gray, turquoise, pink, and purple. 

Monthly park clean-up for Anchor Club members will be Saturday, September 22 at 10 a.m. at Ingram Park. Please come help clean up our community. This park is located off 10Th St and is adjacent to the old Forest Park Middle School campus. Also, there will be a meeting Monday, September 24 immediately after school in Mrs. Brown's room #239. Please bring forms and dues if possible. Anyone wishing to join Anchor Club may attend this meeting as well. 

Talent Show Participants:  Please go by Mrs. Brandon's room (123B) today to pick up tickets and dress rehearsal information. JV Cheerleaders will receive their tickets from Ms. Cisco. 

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!" 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Students this is another reminder that cell phones will not be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  If you need to use your phone it will be outside only.

Now listen closely, If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not,  you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Student football tickets will not be sold on campus for “away games”.  You may purchase your tickets at the Athletic Office from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday thru Thursday.  Tickets will not be sold after 12:00 noon on Friday. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  Yesterday, I saw several girls entering the building with not only drinks but food as well.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Thursday, September 20

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!" 

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.  

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Juniors, Graduate Sales will be here today for the class ring presentation in the Mickey Melton Auditorium.  The junior girls will be released first immediately following the morning announcement.  

This is a reminder students that bandanas are not allowed either worn or carried.   

Students this is another reminder that cell phones will not be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in the school.  If you need to use your phone it will be outside only.

Now listen closely, If any staff member asks for your cell phone and you refuse, there will still be a $15.00 fine and you will be sent to the discipline center. 

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not,  you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Student football tickets will not be sold on campus for “away games”.  You may purchase your tickets at the Athletic Office from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday thru Thursday.  Tickets will not be sold after 12:00 noon on Friday. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  Yesterday, I saw several girls entering the building with not only drinks but food as well.  There are plenty of seating areas in and outside of the cafeteria.  There is no reason for you to bring food into the buildings. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

Teachers, after 4:15 today, the fire alarm will be tested for approximately 30 to 45 minutes. 

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

Wednesday, September 19

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!" 

Today, at 4:00 is your last opportunity to turn in your application for Z clubber. See Ms. Shorts to sign up for interview times. 

Do you love to read?  Are you a natural at analyzing poetry?  Does your English teacher swoon over your amazing abilities?  If so, UIL Literary Criticism might be for you.  If you are interested in joining our Literary Criticism team, see Mrs. Harbison in room 227.  Our first meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:50 AM.  

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances.

Juniors, Graduate Sales will be here tomorrow for the class ring presentation in the Mickey Melton Auditorium.  The junior girls will be released first immediately following the morning announcement.  

This is a reminder students that bandanas are not allowed either worn or carried.   

In addition, we want to remind you that this is a closed campus – when you arrive on campus in the morning you are not allowed to leave before class begins, during lunch or any time before 4:05 unless you have early release or a medical issue with permission from an administrator or clearance through the office.  And for students with early release, whether you drive or not,  you still need to get your early release sticker from Mrs. Bettye Works.  This is a must. 

Student football tickets will not be sold on campus for “away games”.  You may purchase your tickets at the Athletic Office from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday thru Thursday.  Tickets will not be sold after 12:00 noon on Friday. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  In addition, cell phones will not be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in school.  If you need to use your phone it will be outside only.  

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Tuesday, September 18

Meet the Teacher Night will be from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. tonight for 9th thru 12th grades.

A parent information meeting will be held from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Mickey Melton Auditorium tonight. 

The Melee Club meeting for today is cancelled. 

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!" 

The Z club has extended the deadline for applications until Wednesday, September 19th at 4pm. Applications can be picked up and returned to the same place. See Ms. Shorts to sign up for interview times. 

Do you love to read?  Are you a natural at analyzing poetry?  Does your English teacher swoon over your amazing abilities?  If so, UIL Literary Criticism might be for you.  If you are interested in joining our Literary Criticism team, see Mrs. Harbison in room 227.  Our first meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:50 AM.  

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Seniors, two scholarship opportunities are available in the College and Career Center:  the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. essay contest scholarship and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Also, please check the LHS Counseling and Guidance website often for scholarship listings and deadlines.  Remember that many of the scholarship offers are online applications only.  You will find those listings on the website. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.  

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances. 

Student football tickets will not be sold on campus for “away games”.  You may purchase your tickets at the Athletic Office from 11:00 AM until 4:30 PM Monday thru Thursday.  Tickets will not be sold after 12:00 noon on Friday. 

Faculty and Students – We are scheduled to have a Fire Drill Wednesday, September 19th.  Details will be forthcoming. 

Students, drinks as in slushes, smoothies or water bottles are not allowed in the buildings.  In addition, cell phones will not be used in the cafeteria, or anywhere else in school.  If you need to use your phone it will be outside only.  

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Monday, September 17

Meet the Teacher Night will be from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. on September 18 for 9th thru 12th grades.

A parent information meeting will be held from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Mickey Melton Auditorium on September 18.

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 Z club has extended the deadline for applications until Wednesday, September 19th at 4pm. Applications can be picked up and returned to the same place. See Ms. Shorts next week to sign up for interview times. 

Do you love to read?  Are you a natural at analyzing poetry?  Does your English teacher swoon over your amazing abilities?  If so, UIL Literary Criticism might be for you.  If you are interested in joining our Literary Criticism team, see Mrs. Harbison in room 227.  Our first meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:50 AM.  

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Seniors, two scholarship opportunities are available in the College and Career Center:  the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. essay contest scholarship and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Also, please check the LHS Counseling and Guidance website often for scholarship listings and deadlines.  Remember that many of the scholarship offers are online applications only.  You will find those listings on the website. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.

Student football tickets will not be sold today in the Coliseum Breezeway.  If you need a ticket you must go to the Athletic Office or purchase your ticket at the gate.

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances.

Faculty and Students – We are scheduled to have a Fire Drill Wednesday, September 19th.  Details will be forthcoming. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Friday, September 14

Do you love to read?  Are you a natural at analyzing poetry?  Does your English teacher swoon over your amazing abilities?  If so, UIL Literary Criticism might be for you.  If you are interested in joining our Literary Criticism team, see Mrs. Harbison in room 227.  Our first meeting will be Thursday morning at 7:50 AM.

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Seniors, two scholarship opportunities are available in the College and Career Center:  the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. essay contest scholarship and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Also, please check the LHS Counseling and Guidance website often for scholarship listings and deadlines.  Remember that many of the scholarship offers are online applications only.  You will find those listings on the website. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.

Student football tickets will not be sold today in the Coliseum Breezeway.  If you need a ticket you must go to the Athletic Office or purchase your ticket at the gate.

Are you a young lady interested in sisterhood and community service? Then join Z club. Applications are at the receptionist desk.

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

UIL Academics presents their first annual “Longview High School’s got Talent” on Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM. We have some amazing student acts as well as performances by LHS staff. You can purchase tickets from talent show participants, from UIL Academic students and coaches, during lunches the week of the show, and at the door. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Don’t miss an evening of great entertainment – Saturday, September 29, at 7:00 PM, in the Mickey Melton Auditorium. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three performances.

Students, this is the last day for a schedule change for those that have early release and do not have a ride.

Students, you will not be permitted to gather at the end of lobo walk way and up on the hill – you are to go to the cafeteria or the breezeway when you report to school in the morning.

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Thursday, September 13

Seniors, if you would like to serve on the Student Board of Spring Hill State Bank, please come by the College and Career Center for an application.  Applications are due to the bank by Friday, September 28, 2012. 

Seniors, two scholarship opportunities are available in the College and Career Center:  the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. essay contest scholarship and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Also, please check the LHS Counseling and Guidance website often for scholarship listings and deadlines.  Remember that many of the scholarship offers are online applications only.  You will find those listings on the website. 

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.  

Student football tickets will be sold in the Coliseum Breezeway today only during all lunch periods.  Tickets are $3.00.  

Are you a young lady interested in sisterhood and community service? Then join Z club.  Applications are at the receptionist desk.

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED. 

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

Students, if you have early release – and you have not secured your ride, your schedule will be changed this week to an all day schedule. 

Students, you will not be permitted to gather at the end of lobo walk way and up on the hill – you are to go to the cafeteria or the breezeway when you report to school in the morning. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Wednesday, September 12

Seniors, two scholarship opportunities are available in the College and Career Center:  the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. essay contest scholarship and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.

Seniors, please check the LHS Counseling and Guidance website often for scholarship listings and deadlines.  Remember that many of the scholarship offers are online applications only.  You will find those listings on the website.

Are you thinking about becoming a lawyer or a politician? Do you want to learn about how to become a better speaker or how to win an argument between yourself and friends or maybe against your parents? Mr. Innerarity is looking for students who would like to learn about and compete in speech and debate. If you are interested, please stop by room 604 and talk to Mr. I to learn more about the Longview High School Speech and Debate Club.

The class list for the musical HAIRSPRAY, is outside room 602, the
black box. There is a mandatory class meeting on today.
The meeting will last from 4:15 until 5:30.

The first DECA club meeting is today, at 7:30 a.m. in room 403 in the CATE building downstairs.  If you signed up with Mrs. Bayless, please be present and on time.  Bring an ink pen and be prepared to fill out paperwork for the club.  

Student football tickets will be sold in the Coliseum Breezeway today, and tomorrow during all lunch periods.  Tickets are $3.00.

Are you a young lady interested in sisterhood and community service? Then join Z club.  Applications are at the receptionist desk.

The Anime Manga Club will hold its first meeting today, right after school in the upper library. Anyone interested in participating are invited to attend.

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

Students, if you have early release – and you have not secured your ride, your schedule will be changed this week to an all day schedule. 

Students, you will not be permitted to gather at the end of lobo walk way and up on the hill – you are to go to the cafeteria or the breezeway when you report to school in the morning. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Tuesday, September 11

It has been 11 years since we experienced 9-11, where thousands of people lost their lives.  May we take a moment and remember them and their families.

The first DECA club meeting is tomorrow, September 12th, at 7:30 a.m. in room 403 in the CATE building downstairs.  If you signed up with Mrs. Bayless, please be present and on time.  Bring an ink pen and be prepared to fill out paperwork for the club.  

Student football tickets will be sold in the Coliseum Breezeway starting today, through Thursday during all lunch periods.  Tickets are $3.00.

 Are you a young lady interested in sisterhood and community service? Then join Z club.  applications are at the receptionist desk.

Student Council will hold its first meeting tonight in the cafeteria at 7:00 p.m.  Anyone interested in STUCO is invited.

The Anime Manga Club will hold its first meeting on tomorrow, Sept 12th right after school in the upper library. Anyone interested in participating are invited to attend.

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Students, be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer. 

Don’t forget students and faculty, tonight is Green Out 2012, at Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, beginning at 4:00-10:00 PM.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet. 

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph.

Students, if you have early release – and you have not secured your ride, your schedule will be changed this week to an all day schedule. 

So far, there has been no response in our search for a finding a Z Club Sponsor.  Teachers, these young ladies need someone like you to help guide and direct them in this organization. Please email Mrs. Voyles with a “yes” I would be proud to be their sponsor. 

Students, you will not be permitted to gather at the end of lobo walk way and up on the hill – you are to go to the cafeteria or the breezeway when you report to school in the morning. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.   If you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time. Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Monday, September 10

Student Council will hold its first meeting tomorrow night in the cafeteria at 7:00 p.m.  Anyone interested in STUCO is invited.

The Anime Manga Club will hold its first meeting on Weds. Sept 12 right after school in the upper library. Anyone interested in participating are invited to attend.

If you tried out for the musical, HAIRSPRAY, check by the black box (
room 602) for a call back list for this afternoon. Just because your
name is not on the list, it does not mean that you did not make the
show. Five more guys are needed.

The DECA club student organization is now taking applications.  If you are interested in joining the DECA club, please come by room 512 (Mrs. Bayless, Marketing teacher) to sign up.  The last day to sign up is tomorrow, September 11, by 4:15 p.m.

The Gay Straight Alliance organization will meet this afternoon, from 4:15 to 5:15 in room 609 in the art building. Come as you are.

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Students be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

Anyone interested in taking Process Technology – Dual Credit – see Joe Tollison Room 406, 5th period or 6th period Tuesday.

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer.

As part of Green Out 2012, Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, invites the community to dine from 4:00-10:00 PM tomorrow, September 11.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet.

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Throughout the evening, the Lobo Cheerleaders and Mascots will be at Chick-fil-A to meet you.  From 7:00-8:30 PM the 2012 Longview Lobos and coaches will be at Chick-fil-A to meet fans. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph it!  Bring your camera and have your picture made with the Lobos, the Lobo Cheerleaders, and the Lobo Mascot. 

·        MAKE THE RIGHT CALL…

JOIN LOBO CHEER FOR THEIR FIRST EVER GET YOUR GREEN ON CONTEST! DECORATE YOUR OFFICE OR CLASSROOM DOOR ON OR BEFORE SEPT 11TH WITH ANYTHING GREEN AND/OR LOBO DÉCOR - THE WINNING TEACHER WILL RECEIVE 2 FREE TICKETS TO THE GREEN OUT GAME - WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE SEPT 14TH PEP RALLY

Students, if you have early release – and you have not secured your ride,  your schedule will be changed this week to an all day schedule. 

If any teacher (preferably female) is interested in being a Z Club Sponsor, please email Mrs. Voyles. 

TARDY's--students, school begins at 8:15 in the morning.  While there was a late bus issue this morning there were about 35 other students who came in late just because.  Beginning tomorrow if you arrive to school more than 5 minutes late you will be sent directly to the Little Theater.  From there you will call your parents and explain to them why you couldn't get to school on time.

Also--if you are more than two minutes late to class during the day, your teachers have been instructed to
not admit you to class.  You will be sent to the tardy center.

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

Friday, September 7

The Anime Manga Club will hold its first meeting on Weds. Sept 12 right after school in the upper library. Anyone interested in participating are invited to attend. 

If you tried out for the musical, HAIRSPRAY, check by the black box (room 602) for a call back list for Monday afternoon. Just because your name is not on the list, it does not mean that you did not make the show. Five more guys are needed. 

The DECA club student organization is now taking applications.  If you are interested in joining the DECA club, please come by room 512 (Mrs. Bayless, Marketing teacher) to sign up.  The last day to sign up is Tuesday, September 11, by 4:15 p.m.

The Gay Straight Alliance organization will meet Monday, Sept. 10, from 4:15 to 5:15 in room 609 in the art building. Come as you are. 

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Students be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

Anyone interested in taking Process Technology – Dual Credit – see Joe Tollison Room 406, 5th period or 6th period Tuesday.

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer. 

As part of Green Out 2012, Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, invites the community to dine from 4:00-10:00 PM next Tuesday, September 11.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet. 

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Throughout the evening, the Lobo Cheerleaders and Mascots will be at Chick-fil-A to meet you.  From 7:00-8:30 PM the 2012 Longview Lobos and coaches will be at Chick-fil-A to meet fans. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph it!  Bring your camera and have your picture made with the Lobos, the Lobo Cheerleaders, and the Lobo Mascot.   

·        MAKE THE RIGHT CALL…

JOIN LOBO CHEER FOR THEIR FIRST EVER GET YOUR GREEN ON CONTEST! DECORATE YOUR OFFICE OR CLASSROOM DOOR ON OR BEFORE SEPT 11TH WITH ANYTHING GREEN AND/OR LOBO DÉCOR - THE WINNING TEACHER WILL RECEIVE 2 FREE TICKETS TO THE GREEN OUT GAME - WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE SEPT 14TH PEP RALLY 

Do you have a talent? Do you dream of being on American Idol or America’s got Talent? Well, this is your opportunity: Sign up for Longview High School’s got Talent! Pick up an application at the receptionist’s desk or from Mrs. Brandon (123B), Mrs. McWilliams (Black Box), or from Ms. Cisco (205). Applications are due today, September 7th. The production is sponsored by LHS UIL Academics.  First place will be awarded $100, 2nd place $50, and 3rd place $25. We KNOW you have talent. PLEASE SIGN UP! This will be an evening that you won’t want to miss!

Students, if you have early release – you have one week to secure your ride.  If at that time you do not have a ride, you will be changed to an all day  schedule. 

If any teacher (preferably female) is interested in being a Zonta Club Sponsor, please email Mrs. Voyles.

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

Thursday, September 6

The Gay Straight Alliance organization will meet Monday, Sept. 10, from 4:15 to 5:15 in room 609 in the art building. Come as you are. 

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Jeans can be worn tomorrow but with a spirit short only.  Make sure that you buy a spirit shirt before tomorrow. 

T-Shirts for Global High are now on sale at the Global High Office.  Pre-order is available until Sept 7.  Choose between 2 colors. Pink or Charcoal Gray!!  Posters are located in the Global hallway and order forms are available from the Global High Office.  They will be $12.  You must pay before your shirt will be ordered.   

Students be sure that you check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window. 

Anyone interested in taking Process Technology – Dual Credit – see Joe Tollison Room 406, 5th period or 6th period Tuesday. 

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer.

Auditions for the musical, HAIRSPRAY, will be held today,
Sept. 6th in the Fine Arts Auditorium.  Come to room 602 to sign
in. You don't have to prepare anything.  A large cast is needed. If
you are in the cast, you will receive either a Fine Arts or PE credit.
Come join the fun of the 60's.

As part of Green Out 2012, Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, invites the community to dine from 4:00-10:00 PM next Tuesday, September 11.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet.

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Throughout the evening, the Lobo Cheerleaders and Mascots will be at Chick-fil-A to meet you.  From 7:00-8:30 PM the 2012 Longview Lobos and coaches will be at Chick-fil-A to meet fans. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph it!  Bring your camera and have your picture made with the Lobos, the Lobo Cheerleaders, and the Lobo Mascot. 

·        MAKE THE RIGHT CALL…

JOIN LOBO CHEER FOR THEIR FIRST EVER GET YOUR GREEN ON CONTEST! DECORATE YOUR OFFICE OR CLASSROOM DOOR ON OR BEFORE SEPT 11TH WITH ANYTHING GREEN AND/OR LOBO DÉCOR - THE WINNING TEACHER WILL RECEIVE 2 FREE TICKETS TO THE GREEN OUT GAME - WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE SEPT 14TH PEP RALLY 

Do you have a talent? Do you dream of being on American Idol or America’s got Talent? Well, this is your opportunity: Sign up for Longview High School’s got Talent! Pick up an application at the receptionist’s desk or from Mrs. Brandon (123B), Mrs. McWilliams (Black Box), or from Ms. Cisco (205). Applications are due Friday, September 7th. The production is sponsored by LHS UIL Academics.  First place will be awarded $100, 2nd place $50, and 3rd place $25. We KNOW you have talent. PLEASE SIGN UP! This will be an evening that you won’t want to miss!

The Longview ISD Foundation will sell Green Out t-shirts in the breezeway  today, September 6, during all lunches.  Shirts are very close to being sold out, so get yours now for Green Out on September 14 when the Lobos play the Marshall Mavericks.  All shirts are $15.00.

Students, if you have early release – you have one week to secure your ride.  If at that time you do not have a ride, you will be changed to an all day  schedule.

If any teacher (preferably female) is interested in being a Zonta Club Sponsor, please email Mrs. Voyles. 

Teachers, All Senior students are to report to the Mickey Melton Auditorium during testing.  Any Teachers not involved in the testing will be needed in the auditorium as well.

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

Wednesday, September 5

The Gay Straight Alliance organization will meet Monday, Sept. 10, from 4:15 to 5:15 in room 609 in the art building. Come as you are. 

The Interact club will meet tonight, Wednesday at 6:00 in the Cafeteria.  Any sophomore, Junior or Senior student wishing to join Interact should plan to attend.

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Beginning September 7th, jeans can be worn but with a spirit short only. Make sure that you buy a spirit shirt before Friday.

T-Shirts for Global High are now on sale at the Global High Office.  Pre-order is available until Friday Sept 7.  Choose between 2 colors. Pink or Charcoal Gray!!  Posters are located in the Global hallway and order forms are available from the Global High Office.  They will be $12.  You must pay before your shirt will be ordered.   

Students you will need to check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

Anyone interested in taking Process Technology – Dual Credit – see Joe Tollison Room 406, 5th period or 6th period Tuesday. 

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer.

Auditions for the musical, HAIRSPRAY, will be held today and Thurs,
Sept. 5th, and 6th in the Fine Arts Auditorium.  Come to room 602 to sign
in. You don't have to prepare anything.  A large cast is needed. If
you are in the cast, you will receive either a Fine Arts or PE credit.
Come join the fun of the 60's.

As part of Green Out 2012, Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, invites the community to dine from 4:00-10:00 PM next Tuesday, September 11.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet.

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Throughout the evening, the Lobo Cheerleaders and Mascots will be at Chick-fil-A to meet you.  From 7:00-8:30 PM the 2012 Longview Lobos and coaches will be at Chick-fil-A to meet fans. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph it!  Bring your camera and have your picture made with the Lobos, the Lobo Cheerleaders, and the Lobo Mascot. 

·    MAKE THE RIGHT CALL…

JOIN LOBO CHEER FOR THEIR FIRST EVER GET YOUR GREEN ON CONTEST! DECORATE YOUR OFFICE OR CLASSROOM DOOR ON OR BEFORE SEPT 11TH WITH ANYTHING GREEN AND/OR LOBO DÉCOR - THE WINNING TEACHER WILL RECEIVE 2 FREE TICKETS TO THE GREEN OUT GAME - WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE SEPT 14TH PEP RALLY 

Do you have a talent? Do you dream of being on American Idol or America’s got Talent? Well, this is your opportunity: Sign up for Longview High School’s got Talent! Pick up an application at the receptionist’s desk or from Mrs. Brandon (123B), Mrs. McWilliams (Black Box), or from Ms. Cisco (205). Applications are due today, September 5th. The production is sponsored by LHS UIL Academics. 

The Longview ISD Foundation will sell Green Out t-shirts in the breezeway on Thursday, September 6, during all lunches.  Shirts are very close to being sold out, so get yours now for Green Out on September 14 when the Lobos play the Marshall Mavericks.  All shirts are $15.00.

Students, if you have early release – you have one week to secure your ride.  If at that time you do not have a ride, you will be changed to an all day  schedule. 

There are still students wearing combs in their hair.  This is not permitted. Put the combs away during school time. 

If any teacher (preferably female) is interested in being a Zonta Club Sponsor, please email Mrs. Voyles. 

Teachers, All Senior students are to report to the Mickey Melton Auditorium next week during testing.  Any Teachers not involved in the testing will be needed in the auditorium as well. 

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

Tuesday, September 4

The Interact club will meet tomorrow, Wednesday night at 6:00 in the Cafeteria.  Any sophomore, Junior or Senior student wishing to join Interact should plan to attend. 

IF YOU HAD MRS. CONRAD LAST SEMESTER, PLEASE GO BY HER ROOM TO PICK UP YOUR PORTFOLIO FOLDER BY THE END OF THE WEEK.  AFTER THAT, THE PORTFOLIOS WILL BE DISCARDED.

Beginning September 7th, jeans can be worn but with a spirit short only. Make sure that you buy a spirit shirt before next Friday the 7th. 

T-Shirts for Global High are now on sale at the Global High Office.  Pre-order is available until Friday Sept 7.  Choose between 2 colors. Pink or Charcoal Gray!!  Posters are located in the Global hallway and order forms are available from the Global High Office.  They will be $12.  You must pay before your shirt will be ordered.   

Students you will need to check the window outside for BUS CHANGES; there are changes daily so all who ride the bus must check that window.

Anyone interested in taking Process Technology – Dual Credit – see Joe Tollison Room 406, 5th period or 6th period Tuesday. 

The Stars after school program is looking for 11th and 12th grade volunteers to help with tutoring and to assist in the games and distribution of snacks to middle school students. If you are interested call 903-757-9383 or stop by the Receptionist’s desk and pick up the Stars Flyer. 

Auditions for the musical, HAIRSPRAY, will be held Wed and Thurs, Sept. 5th, and 6th in the Fine Arts Auditorium.  Come to room 602 to sign in. You don't have to prepare anything.  A large cast is needed. If you are in the cast, you will receive either a Fine Arts or PE credit.
Come join the fun of the 60's.

As part of Green Out 2012, Chick-fil-A, corner of Loop 281 and Fourth Street, invites the community to dine from 4:00-10:00 PM on Tuesday, September 11.  Chick-fil-A will donate 10% of the evening's receipts from drive-through or inside dining to the Longview ISD Foundation, Inc. in support of the Grants-to-Teachers Program and the 2013 Lamplighter Awards Banquet. 

KYKX will broadcast live from Chick-fil-A from 5:00-7:00 PM. Throughout the evening, the Lobo Cheerleaders and Mascots will be at Chick-fil-A to meet you.  From 7:00-8:30 PM the 2012 Longview Lobos and coaches will be at Chick-fil-A to meet fans. Wear your Green Out 2012 t-shirt and have the Lobos, cheerleaders and mascots autograph it!  Bring your camera and have your picture made with the Lobos, the Lobo Cheerleaders, and the Lobo Mascot.   

·    JOIN LOBO CHEER FOR THEIR FIRST EVER GET YOUR GREEN ON CONTEST! DECORATE YOUR OFFICE OR CLASSROOM DOOR ON OR BEFORE SEPT 11TH WITH ANYTHING GREEN AND/OR LOBO DÉCOR - THE WINNING TEACHER WILL RECEIVE 2 FREE TICKETS TO THE GREEN OUT GAME - WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE SEPT 14TH PEP RALLY 

Do you have a talent? Do you dream of being on American Idol or America’s got Talent? Well, this is your opportunity: Sign up for Longview High School’s got Talent! Pick up an application at the receptionist’s desk or from Mrs. Brandon (123B), Mrs. McWilliams (Black Box), or from Ms. Cisco (205). Applications are due on Wednesday, September 5. The production is sponsored by LHS UIL Academics. 

The Longview ISD Foundation will sell Green Out t-shirts in the breezeway on Thursday, September 6, during all lunches.  Shirts are very close to being sold out, so get yours now for Green Out on September 14 when the Lobos play the Marshall Mavericks.  All shirts are $15.00.

Students, if you have early release – you have two weeks to secure your ride.  If at that time you do not have a ride, you will be changed to an all day  schedule.

Students, you are not permitted to wear combs in your hair. 

If any teacher (preferably female) is interested in being a Zonta Club Sponsor, please email Mrs. Voyles.

Teachers, All Senior students are to report to the Mickey Melton Auditorium next week during testing.  Any Teachers not involved in the testing will be needed in the auditorium as well.

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

Monday, September 3 -- LABOR Day  LISD Holiday

  09/28/2012