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Bulletin for the week of 2/13

Announcements for LnHS for the week of 2/13 to 2/20

THE MIGHTY LANCASTER EAGLES

    BULLETIN

          Wednesday, February 13, 2019

        Good Morning Students and Staff!

CAFETERIA MENU (subject to change)

Breakfast $2.00 / Lunch $3.50

 

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13

THURSDAY, FEB. 14

FRIDAY, FEB. 15

MONDAY, FEB. 18

TUESDAY, FEB. 19

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

Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, cereal & sunflower kernels, dried fruit, fruit cup, choice of milk.

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

HOLIDAY –

Breakfast: Chicken biscuit, cereal & mini muffin, fruit cup, dried fruit, choice of milk.

Lunch: Brunch – Chicken & waffles, crispy tater tots, fruit / veg juice blend, fruit cup, fresh fruit, choice of milk.

Lunch: Chili verde bowl, tortilla & Spanish rice, pinto & red beans, garden salad w/dressing, fresh fruit, dried fruit, choice of milk.

Lunch:  Bacon cheeseburger on ciabatta roll, lettuce & pickle cup, seaside spuds, celery & jicama sticks, fresh fruit & fruit cup, choice of milk.

 

Lunch: Teriyaki beef & broccoli bowl w/ brown rice, baby carrots, fruit juice, fresh fruit, snickerdoodle cookie, 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: Feb. 13 & 27, Mar. 13 & 27, Apr. 24, May 8, 15 & 22. For more info contact the Asst. Principal’s office at extension 786.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL WILL BE JULY 1ST – JULY 26TH. You must enroll in Summer School if you failed classes and are behind in credits. 2/13 – 04/10/19

 

ATTENTION SENIORS: We will be ordering your diploma soon. Please check the list of names posted outside the Registrar’s Office to make sure that your name is spelled correctly. You must do this no later than Monday, February 18th. 2/7-2/13/18

 

PROM & GRAD NITE APPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON THE BULLETIN BOARD ACROSS FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE.  If you would like to purchase your tickets at the Sale Price during rush day your Application is due in the Activities Office by 2/22/19 by 3:00pm. 2/7-2/22/19

5TH ANNUAL HOLOCAUST ARTS CONTEST.  Have you registered yet?  It’s not too late.  Artists can win scholarships.  All entries are due to room 404 with Mrs. Strom by March 29.  Judging takes place April 9th and the awards presentation is May  7th 2019, both at LnHS.  If you have questions or wish to register for the contest, please see Mrs. Frazier in counseling, Mr. McElroy in room 302 or Mrs. Strom in room 404. 2/7-3/27/19

PROM COURT APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE… on the bulletin board across from the Activities office. 

2/13 – 3/15/19

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in attending AVC please see Ms. Rogge in the counseling office as soon as possible to find out how you can get priority registration. 10/31-03/31/19

Lancaster High School Academy Application Fall 2019-2020 **Incoming 9th graders only**

The Lancaster High School Multimedia and Engineering Academy provides students with the unique opportunity to learn through integrated lessons, apply knowledge through project-based learning, and develop career skills while still in high school. Students select a pathway that interests them (multimedia or engineering), then follow a carefully designed curriculum that develops their critical thinking, problem solving, and technical skills. Academy teachers work together to support the lessons in each classroom, so students expand their learning across all classes, and apply their skills in the community. Students master the use of 21st century technology, innovate creative solutions for modern problems, develop real-world job skills, and become the leaders of tomorrow. Admittance to the academy is by application only and is a four year commitment. 

If you do not reside within the Lancaster High School boundaries an open enrollment application is required through the AVUHSD district office.

The Lancaster High School Multimedia and Engineering Academy provides students with the unique opportunity to learn through integrated lessons, apply knowledge through project-based learning, and develop career skills while still in high school. Students select a pathway that interests them (multimedia or engineering), then follow a carefully designed curriculum that develops their critical thinking, problem solving, and technical skills. Academy teachers work together to support the lessons in each classroom, so students expand their learning across all classes, and apply their skills in the community. Students master the use of 21st century technology, innovate creative solutions for modern problems, develop real-world job skills, and become the leaders of tomorrow. Admittance to the academy is by application only and is a four year commitment. 

If you do not reside within the Lancaster High School boundaries an open enrollment application is required through the AVUHSD district office.

The following standards are expected of all LAMPE Academy students:
Maintain satisfactory citizenship and attendance in all classes 
Maintain a C or better in all courses
Must make a commitment to complete all Pathway courses
Participate in Academy extracurricular activities and community service
(*Failure to maintain satisfactory status in these areas may result in placement on a probationary contract and a review of continued participation in the Academy)

Must meet with the Academy counselor(s) to arrange class schedule 
Attend summer school and enroll in Academy Health - Summer 2019
Register for Multimedia Contemporary Design 1 or Introduction to Engineering Design Honors Freshman year

To apply please follow the link below:

Application

Scholarship Opportunity

Scholarship Opportunity! The Antelope Valley Optimist Club is holding an Oratorical Contest and Essay Contest. Apply now!

Scholarship Opportunity!

The Antelope Valley Optimist Club is holding an Oratorical Contest and Essay Contest. The deadline for both contests is February 22, 2019. The Oratorical Contest World Championship prize winner can receive up to a $22,500 scholarship, while the Essay Contest winner will receive a $2,500 scholarship.

Apply now! See https://bit.ly/2tlxX3f and https://bit.ly/2th2f7a for more information.