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LnHS Weekly Bulletin 5/22 - 5/28

Announcements and events for LnHS

THE MIGHTY LANCASTER EAGLES BULLETIN

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Good Morning Students and Staff!

CAFETERIA MENU (subject to change)

Breakfast $2.00 / Lunch $3.50

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22

THURSDAY, MAY 23

FRIDAY, MAY 24

MONDAY, MAY 27

TUESDAY, MAY 28

Breakfast: Chicken & waffles, cereal bar & yogurt, fresh fruit, 100% fruit juice, choice of milk.

Breakfast: Breakfast pizza bagel, cereal & sunflower kernels, dried fruit, fruit cup, choice of milk.

Breakfast: Sausage, egg & cheese breakfast sandwich, cereal & pop tart, fresh fruit, 100% fruit juice, choice of milk.

HOLIDAY

Breakfast: French toast sticks w/ syrup, cereal & mini muffin, fruit cup, dried fruit, choice of milk.

Lunch: Jumbo corndog, spicy rib-cut fries, bbq beans, fresh fruit, fruit cup, choice of milk.

Lunch: Turkey & gravy over mashed potatoes, warm rolls, peas & carrots, dried fruit, fresh fruit, choice of milk.

Lunch: Fish sandwich, lettuce & pickle cup, baby carrots, seaside spuds, fresh fruit, sidekick, choice of milk.

 

Lunch: Firecracker chicken bowl w/ brown rice, Asian vegetable blend, carrots & celery sticks, fruit/veg juice blends, fresh fruit & fruit cup, choice of milk.

TUTORING ALL SUBJECTS IN THE LIBRARY AFTER SCHOOL

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2:45pm-3:45pm

Select Wednesdays 1:05pm-2:05pm: May 22.

For more info contact the Asst. Principal’s office at extension 786

SUMMER SCHOOL IS COMING!!  Make sure to turn in your applications to Guidance right away. 05/15-29/19

THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL MEETING WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, AFTER SCHOOL IN THE CAFETERIA. Be sure to attend to receive information on the upcoming Tournaments and Fall Season. All skill levels are welcomed. If you have any question please contact Coach Morgan in room 109. Thank you and look forward to seeing you there. 5/22/19

WITH THE END OF THIS SCHOOL YEAR HEATING UP…. Refresh yourself with Jamba Juice after school on Wednesday, May 29th. A delicious Jamba Juice will be only $5, so bring your cash to the quad after school on Wednesday, May 29th for a sweet juicy treat! 5/22 – 29/19

ALL OF OUR PARAPROFESSIONALS ON CAMPUS DO AN AMAZING JOB WITH OUR STUDENTS, helping them access their education and tending to their daily needs. This is especially true for the paraprofessionals in the high support autism classroom, 504. Aubrey Flowers, Luann Massari, Donald Cornell and Kristen Laughlin go out of their way to make sure the students are loved and cared for in a truly exceptional manner. Thank you for all you do! 5/22/19

ATTENTION STUDENTS THE YEARBOOKS ARE HERE, that's right you heard me correctly the yearbooks are here.  If you already paid for your yearbook, you can go to room 233 during break or lunch to pick it up.  You may not show up during class.  If you have reserved a yearbook but have not paid for it, then you may finish paying for it in accounting or at the student store and then pick it up there also during break or at lunch not during class time. 

If you did not pre-order a yearbook there are about 100 books available for purchase you may purchase one at the student store or accounting for $75.00 while supplies last. 5/22/19-5/29/19

DO YOU WISH YOU WOULD HAVE BOUGHT LAST YEARS YEARBOOK? What about the two before that? Wouldn't it be great to graduate with all of your yearbooks in hand…. well if you buy the 2019 yearbook we have a special bundle for you.  You can buy the 2018, 17 and 16 for a total price of $60.00, that’s right $60.00, act fast there are only 10 bundles at this price then all of the 17 and 16 books will be gone.  5/22/19-5/29/19

DO YOU LIKE TO SING? Join member of the choir for karaoke every Thursday during lunch in room 5!! Bring your lunch and show us what you’ve got, or just come and watch the super stars at LnHS belting out your favorite tunes. See you soon in the Choir room!!! 4/3/19 – 5/22/19

PROM PICTURES ARE AVAILABLE FOR PICK UP in the Activities office during break, lunch and before or after school. 5/15-tbd

ATTENTION ALL LADIES INTERESTED IN PLAYING TENNIS….. There will be an information meeting today,  May 22nd after school in room 122. 5/15-22/19

HELLO JR’S, SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMAN! If you are interested in being in yearbook next year, please submit a one-page letter on why you want to be in yearbook, why you should be selected, and if you can go to events after or before school starts. You must also attach a recommendation letter from a teacher. All letters must be turned into room 233 no later than the end of the school day on May 24th. For more information, please go to room 233. 5/15-24/19

ALL TEXTBOOKS WILL BE RETURNED THE LAST 2 WEEKS OF SCHOOL … through your English classes to the Library.  Please check with your English teacher for date and times for your class to return all your textbooks. Any students who miss this time to return their textbooks will need to return them during finals week on their own time.  Please make sure that you turn in all your textbooks and library books by the last day of school as late books will be fined. A schedule for book returns will be posted on the Library door mid May.  Any students who will need their AP textbooks for next year for summer reading cannot pick them up until Finals week in the Library. Thank you so much. 5/01/19-05/29/19 

SENIORS!!  If you signed up to attend the 4.0 Recognition Ceremony and missed it, please stop by the Activities Office to pick up your awards. 05/01/19 – 05/24/19

 

 

 

 

Get Ahead This Summer - Summer School Starts July 1!

Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too! Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior high campus. Contact the school counseling office for more details.

Why should my student attend summer school?

  • Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too!
  • Make sure he or she is meeting graduation and A-G requirements (UC/CSU college admission requirements).
  • Get ahead or catch up - Earn 10 credits!
  • Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior High campus.

Don't delay, classes are filling up fast. Contact the school counseling office for more details about summer enrichment opportunities.  

 

Group Picture of 57 AVUHSD Medical Explorer Graduates

Last week, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.

On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.

Exploring is Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women who are at least 14 (and have completed 8th grade) and not yet 21 years-old. Exploring is all about helping young adults make more informed decisions about future careers and determine which career is the right one for them. Before being accepted into the career preparation program, each student was required to complete a competitive application process, which included teacher recommendations.

Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley physicians and employees volunteered their time to provide real-world career experiences for the explorers to help them gain practical knowledge in the medical field through a variety of activities.

As a youth-led program, students organized monthly meetings including hands-on learning presentations, a tour of the Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley Medical Offices, a tour of the Kaiser Permanente Regional Lab, community service projects, CPR training, and a graduation ceremony celebrating their accomplishments.

“Kaiser Permanente is proud to be going into our fourth year hosting the Medical Exploring Program,” adds Tamara Riley, Assistant Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley and Medical Exploring Post Committee Chair. “This program is meant to expose students to a variety of careers in healthcare and help guide and inspire the next generation of medical professionals who will serve the communities they grew up in.”

During the graduation ceremony, local Kaiser Permanente, AVUHSD, elected and community leaders were in attendance to extend their congratulations during a graduation ceremony where students shared their experiences, conducted live demonstrations of their learnings, as well as, a special video presentation.

The Medical Exploring Post 661 hosted by Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley is one of many youth workforce development programs, including Hippocrates Circle for middle school students and our Volunteer Program for high school students and beyond.

Bridge Award Recipients Group Picture

Yesterday, AVUHSD recognized 19 individuals and organizations that have volunteered significant contributions to improving student career readiness through their commitment of time, resources and/or donations.Thank you to all those who give time, resources and support to our students in countless ways!

Yesterday, AVUHSD recognized 19 individuals and organizations that have volunteered significant contributions to improving student career readiness through their commitment of time, resources and/or donations.

When the community joins with school districts in creating opportunities for our local youth, even greater things can happen. A HUGE thank you to all those who were recognized including: Kaiser Permanente, Northrop Grumman, Code to the Future, AMR, Lancaster School District, University of Antelope Valley, USAF, USDA, Air Force Research Laboratory, Odyssey Television, AV Family Optometry, Palmdale Playhouse, Frye Chiropractic, Judge Denise McLaughlin Bennett, AV Surgery Center, and Randy and Terry Scott.