February 22, 2017
The Spanish Club will meet after school on Monday, February 27th in room 230 (of the Main Campus). We will be making fresh guacamole and talking about the National Spanish Honor Society.
Latin club will be meeting Monday, February 27, at 2:45 in room 200. There will be food, games, and a super fun odyssey-themed scavenger hunt. You won't want to miss it!
The Army National Guard and the Army ROTC will be here tomorrow during XH in room 200 to share information about their programs as well as the education benefits it has to offer. Please sign up through Naviance if you plan to attend.
Applications for the Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center Pediatric Internship are available online or in room 121. Applications are due Friday, March 3rd. Please see Mrs. Deak if you have questions or need additional information.
A very special announcement for the Varsity Gymnastics Team – Over the weekend the Lakota East Gymnasts were crowned city champions! Kiley Lovejoy and Lindsay Kluesener placed second and third respectively in the individual All Around. Great job and good luck this weekend at Districts!
Congratulations to our Singing Thunderhawk choirs at last night Winter Choral Concert! Great job Hawks!
February 21, 2017
Congratulations to all nine Lakota East students who participated in the West Chester Rotary Club Speech contest.
Especially big congrats go out to our four finalists who will advance
and compete for the local championship: Nick Wade, Dante Eads, Sarah
Aftab and Evan Yablonsky. Great job and good luck!
Applications for the Center for Foot Care internship with dr. Titko are due today. Please drop off applications to Mrs. Deak in room 121 by 2:45 today.
Bonjour! The French Club will be having an early Mardi Gras celebration on Thursday, February 23rd in room 227 at the High School. We will have fun games and activities to celebrate! Hope to see you there!
February 13, 2017
Prom Committee meets today after school in the café annex.
There will be an information session for the Beacon orthopedic internship on Wednesday, the 15th in the East Community Room during Extra Help. See Mr. Folta for more info.
February 9, 2017
Congratulations to divers Marissa Linder, Zoe Penn and Lindsey Jones for advancing from Sectionals to Districts.
The Father/Daughter & Mother/Son Dance scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed. A rescheduled date will be sent at a later time.
Attention Seniors: New scholarships are being added daily to Naviance. Please remember to check regularly for updated scholarship opportunities!
February 8, 2017
Lakota East Varsity Ice Hockey senior game is Sunday, Feb. 12 at 1:15 at Sports Plus. Cost is free! Please come to support your hockey players.
Join us to watch 15 contestants face off to become your next Mr. Lakota East. This ultimate showdown will take place on February 9th at 7pm. $5 pre-sale tickets and $9 patron tickets will be available during lunch starting Thursday February 2nd. Tickets at the door will be $7. Don’t miss your chance to come and cheer on your favorite contestants!
All LEAF club members- don’t forget the mandatory meeting this Thursday in room 119 right after school. It will end at 3:30 – see you there!
There will be a Spoken Word Club Meeting today after school in room 103.
Good luck Lakota divers at sectionals tonight at Miami University
Attention all seniors:
It’s time for Powder-Puff football again! Signups are now available in the front office! Come out and participate in the last East vs. West matchup of the year! It is $10 to play for girls and $10 to be a cheerleader for boys. The event will take place on Saturday, May 13th.
February 6, 2017
Students, a few reminders from the office:
- You may not park on school property without a current parking pass on file in the main office. You must park in your assigned parking space with your decal displayed on the lower driver’s side windshield at all times. If another car is parked in your assigned spot, park in the parent drop off lane in the spots closet to the road and Kroger and report the car’s information (license plate #, make, model) to the Main Office so that the matter may be handled. NEVER park in a VISITOR space. If you need a replacement decal, please see Mrs. Jones in the Main Office. Failure to comply with these guidelines will result in disciplinary actions.
- Please remember to carry your Student I.D. Card on you at all times. Student I.D Cards are required for signing in/out in the Attendance Office, checking out materials from the Media Center as well as attending Prom this spring. You can obtain a replacement I.D. in the Media Center for $3.00.
- Due to safety and security concerns, all book bags must be kept in your locker during the day. Any book bags found in the hallways will be confiscated and you will need to come to the Administrative Office to retrieve it.
- Early Leave Procedures While we hope that medical and/or legal appointments can be scheduled after the school day ends, we realize that is not always possible. A student may leave school before the day ends provided the parent/guardian writes a note indicating that the student has a medical or legal appointment. This note must be given to the attendance office before 7:45 a.m. Notes must be verified through phone conversation with the parent or guardian. The student must sign out in the Attendance Office before leaving school. Students leaving school because of illness MUST report to the clinic. The clinic personnel will notify the parent/guardian. The student will sign out through the Attendance Office. Students who do not drive are to remain in the clinic until their parent/guardian picks them up. Students who fail to comply with attendance office sign-outs will be referred to their administrator for disciplinary action.
Procter and Gamble is offering internships for junior and senior students interested in careers in engineering and science. Please join us for an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 8 during Extra Help in the Media Center. Completed applications are due February 13. For more information, see Mr. Severns in room 268.
Pennies-for-Patients is still running so please bring in your spare change during your 4th period class. The classroom that raises the most money per person will win a pasta party sponsored by Olive Garden. You will notice the L and E of the LEUKEMIA letters have been taken down! It’s because we have raised over $500 so far! In the lead is Mr. Adkins’ class with a total of $105, with Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Chapman rounding out the top 3! Let’s remove the rest of the letters this week! So, bring in your change and support a great cause!
Prom committee meeting has been canceled for today, February 6th
Today is the last day to complete your online registration via HAC. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to select your schedule for next year.
Yearbook will be meeting Tuesday, February 7th, after school in room 129 until 3:45 pm See you all there!
Today’s Resident Educator meeting for all R.E. 1s, 2s, and mentors has been moved to the Lakota Plains Junior School Media Center.
Congratulations to senior divers Marissa Linder and Katie Bishop as well as sophomores Zoë Penn and Lindsey Jones for a stellar performance at the
GMC Diving Championships Friday. Congratulations to all of the swimmers as well!
Today, the African American in the spotlight is Shirley Chisholm. She was an American politician, educator and author. In 1968, she became the first African American woman elected to the United States Congress and she represented New York’s 12th Congressional District for seven terms. In 1972, she became the first black candidate for a major party’s nomination for President of the United States, and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Mrs. Chisholm died on January 1, 2005, at the age of 80 and in November of 2015, she was posthumously awarded the distinguished Presidential Medal of Freedom. Shirley Chisholm paved the way for the African American politicians that came after her, and she continues to inspire us today.
February 3, 2017
Join us to watch 15 contestants face off to become your next Mr. Lakota East. This ultimate showdown will take place on February 9th
at 7pm. $5 presale tickets and $9 patron tickets will be available
during lunch. Tickets at the door will be $7. Don’t miss your chance to
come and cheer on your favorite contestants!
A dollar could buy you a coffee from your local Dunkin Donuts, a pop from a nearby McDonald’s or a couple of cookies from our school cafeteria. Or, it could offer life changing research for kids with leukemia. If every student and faculty member brought in one dollar, as a school, we would raise nearly three thousand dollars. So please, think about the cause that your dollar is going to as we enter the second week of Pennies-For-Patients after the weekend.
Still looking for a gym credit? Play Boys’ Volleyball this year. 3 years running GMC champs! Come to open gym. We will teach you the game just show up to get started. Dates are: February 8th 6:00-7:30 pm in the Main Campus Gym, February 11th 10:00 am 12:00 pm in the Freshman gym and February 14th 5:45-7:45 pm in the Main Campus gym.
LAST CHANCE FOR SENIOR PHOTOS - Thursday, February 16th Lifetouch Photographers will be here during XH to take photos of any senior who has not already turned in a photo to the Yearbook Advisor. These photos will be used for the 2016-2017 yearbook. Otherwise your school ID picture will be used in the yearbook.
January 31, 2017
Bring in $5 if you want a copy of Spark’s 3rd issue. They will be sold during all lunches this week.
Attention all students – Tickets for the Lakota East Athletic Booster, Father/Daughter & Mother/Son Dance will be on sale for $10 this Friday, next Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Tickets will be $15 at the at the door. The dance is scheduled for Saturday, February 11th from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Freshman Campus!
January 30, 2017
Prom Committee meeting today after school in the café annex.
If you did not receive your Spark subscription in first period, please stop by room 117 to pick it up.
Congratulations to the Lakota East swim team for a great meet against Mason on Friday! Great performances by all swimmers, including points scored by the following: All relays swimmers, Sarah Yanzsa, Bryce Forren, Grace Keith, Caitlyn Doherty, Keith Enrico, Jake Nordmark, Alec Gayer, Sam Nucerino and Broc Nordmark
Congratulations to the Hawk of the Week winners:
10th grade – Alayna Grubb nominated for caring by Michelle Wilkerson
11th grade – Conor Fritzsche nominated for citizenship by Rick Haynes
12th grade – Avery Fehrenbach nominated for determination by Bobbi Hume
January 27, 2017
Yearbooks are on sale, Order your yearbooks today.
You can access the link by going to Lakota East home page and clicking
activities tab then the yearbook tab, our publisher is Walsworth. Emails
have been sent to all email address on file. If you do not have
computer access, please see Mrs. Breland in the clinic. Yearbooks are
Yearbook will be having a meeting January 31 after school main campus in room 129. Please plan on attending. Many items to finish and start!
This News Just In… Congratulations are in order for the East Mock Trial Teams as not only did the “Thunder” prosecution and defense sides qualify for the OCLRE State Regional Mock Trial Tournament on February 10th, but also five individual East team members earned Butler County District Honors!
Cara Satullo – Best Attorney
Hannah Ackerman – Best Attorney
Weston Linder – Best Attorney
Simar Kalkat – Best Witness
Sarah Aftab – Butler County Bar Association Scholarship recipient
January 25, 2017
Attention all members of Latin Club! On January 30th
we will be working on our Valentine’s Day service project in room 200
at 2:45. Snacks will be provided. We hope to see everyone there!
Join the Model United Nations today after school in room 290 on a discussion of visa and refugee restrictions. See you there!
January 23, 2017
There will be an Operation Hawks meeting this Thursday after school in room 189 at main campus. See you there!
Congratulations to the cast and crew
of A Wrinkle in Time on a successful performance weekend! We are proud of your efforts!
January 20, 2017
Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling Team that defeated the other school last night by a score of 48-27.
Pins were recorded by the Thunderhawks by Jason Reeves, Alex Epstein,
Jackson Leahy, Drew Katona, Kemal Sarvalov and John Spaulding.
Congratulations to the entire team and the coaching staff on a big win!
Relay for Life registration is now officially underway. You can visit RelayForLife.org/LakotaEast to register for the event that will take place on May 12th at East High School. We are encouraging as many participants as possible to register before THIS Sunday – in order for everyone to receive a free pair of “Relay Sunglasses” More questions, please visit the Athletic Office.
The Athletic Department has teamed with a group of LEHS students to sponsor a series of events that will support the Dragonfly Foundation and their fight to end childhood cancer.
There are basically 2 aspects of the fundraiser:
1) Dragonfly Dri-Fit T-Shirts – On sale on Main Street on 1/20 immediately after school and 1/23 – 1/27 at lunch/ athletic office. Price: $12.00 – 100% of the proceeds are donated to Dragonfly
2) Bandanna’s – On sale on Main Street on 1/20 immediately after school and 1/23 – 1/27 at lunch/ athletic office. Price $5.00 – 100% of the proceeds are donated to Dragonfly
We are very lucky in that everything that we are selling for this cause has been donated. This allows for all of the money raised to go directly to the Dragonfly Foundation. Once again, thank you for your support!
January 19, 2017
Are you interested in pursuing a biomedical career?
We have another great internship opportunity for you with Beacon
Orthopedics. Pick up an application from Mr. Folta in room 119 for more
Students – Are you interested in participating in a contest that could earn you hundreds of dollars, significant prestige and a powerful line to put on a resume? Or are you a student who misses Speech Class and wants to be up front one more time? Then come to Room 128 at the main campus on Monday, January 23 at 2:50 to learn about the Rotary Club Speech Contest. Let’s hear what you have to say!
Bonjour! The French Club will be holding its next meeting Thursday, January 26th in room 227 at the High School. We will play games and have fun from 2:24-3:45. Hope to see you there!
Attention all student athletes in the sports of Soccer and Football who will be competing at the collegiate level. National Signing Day is February 1, 2017. The athletic department will be holding a recognition/photo opportunity on February 1st at 7:30 am in the Auxiliary Gym. Soccer players, Football players and any other athletes who missed the November photo opportunity should stop in the Athletic Office and pick up the required forms. The deadline to participate in this event is January 27, 2017.
January 12, 2017
Are you a junior or a senior? Would you like experience with biomedical engineering and medical device development? If so, then apply for our Biomedical Engineering Internship with Ethicon. Deadline for applications is Wednesday, February 1st. If you have any questions, please visit our Internship Website or see Ms. Toman in room 151.
Lakota is offering an exciting internship opportunity this April to all Juniors and Seniors at Various Views Research Firm. If you are interested in marketing, advertising, market research, and digital marketing please come to Room 210 between periods 4-6 and see Mr. Lehman for an application. The application deadline is January 30th, so pick up your application soon.
The senior meetings scheduled for today during 4th period SH have been postponed to this Friday during 4th period SH
January 12, 2017
The ASVAB results are in and will be available for pick up tonight at the College and Career Night.
You will also have the opportunity to speak to armed service
representative and attend the Military Panel session. If you are not
able to attend night, please stop by the guidance office tomorrow to
pick up your results.
Come to the JSA meeting after school this Friday in Room 206! This week's topic covers the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. There will be free snacks and refreshments! Club Cards are required.
Students interested in applying to Butler Tech are invited to the Open House event TONIGHT from 5:30 – 9:00. This is a great opportunity to come out and learn about the wonderful opportunities Butler Tech has to offer.
January 11, 2017
The date of the Spanish Club meeting has changed. The Spanish Club will now meet this Friday, January 13th after school in room 237. We will be making Valentine cards for Meals on Wheels, eating chips and salsa, and discussing our volunteer day at Matthew 25. If you are in the Spanish Club, please plan to attend this meeting.
Sophomores – Are you interested in attending Butler Tech? You may apply online, but must do so by January 31st to be guaranteed an interview.
Don’t miss East’s College, Career, and Military Night. This event has something to help every student. Be here Thursday, January 12th at 6:00 to make sure you are prepared for your future.
Join the Model United Nations today after school in room 290 on a discussion of the UN settlements in Israel. See you there!
If you have any interest in technology, business or giving yourself a step-up on your peers, then you need to be in room 243 this Friday after school. Tech Olympics is the largest tech expo for high school students in the country. While at Tech Olympics, you can get hands-on learning experiences about the future of technology like virtual reality, artificial intelligence and cyber-security. You will also have the opportunity to get help and advice from leading technology professional like the CIO of GE Aviation and even a project manager from NASA. If this interests you then make sure to come to room 243 this Friday for a short informational meeting. You won’t regret it!
January 10, 2017
The date of the Spanish Club meeting has changed. The Spanish Club will now meet this Friday, January 13th
after school in room 237. We will be making Valentine cards for Meals
on Wheels, eating chips and salsa, and discussing our volunteer day at
Matthew 25. If you are in the Spanish Club, please plan to attend this
Lakota East Track and Field will host winter conditioning sessions for track and field at LEHS. Sessions will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, January 5th through March 2nd in the weight room. These sessions will focus on running mechanics, speed, strength and endurance. Any questions see Coach Heath.
Students: Are you interested in a career in Engineering or the STEM fields? If so, please plan to attend a presentation TOMORROW during XH in the Auditorium. Dr. Klingbeil, Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Wright State University, will be presenting exciting career options and pathways for students interested in these fields. Students will be called to the Auditorium via announcement.
Congratulations to the Lakota East Swim Team for a great day of racing and cheering at the Princeton Invitational to lead the team to a 3rd place finish! The Hawks finished in the Top 3 in 9 events!
Art Club will have their next meeting January 19th from 2:45 – 4:00 pm in room 281 at the main campus.
The results are in from the 2017 Scholastics Art Competition, and Lakota East set a personal best by getting 72 individual works of art accepted. Also, special congratulations to Ronan Cole and Spencer Kenney for having their portfolios accepted! Congratulations to these students for having their artwork selected for the show: Abby Alexander, Eve Beiting, Katie Bishop, Lilyana Bryan, Bri Castner, Kaitlyn Chard, Cassia Chryssovergis, Ronan Cole, Lily Cortez, Laura Daniels, Danielle De La Cruz, Katie Feist, Amanda Finke, Cinthya Gonzalez, Anastacia Hartinger, Sondos Hasan, Ciara Holtman, Samantha Horton, Spencer Kenney, Ryan Kmieske, Julia Kuhr, Lily Lamping, Carly Landers, Magdalyn Lehman, Madison Lentz, McKenna Lewis, Hannah Maggard, Jenny Park, Megan Petertonjes, McKenzie Pottorf, Jordan Prewitt, Jenna Renfro, Nicole Ritzu, Mackenzie Robinette, Sarah Robinson, Tomas Romeiro, Eymard Santiago, Sydney Sheaffer, Samantha Subler, Geoffrey Vollette, Claire White, Therese Willging, Lauren Wilson
January 9, 2017
Prom Committee meets today at 2:45 in the back of study hall.
The Spanish Club will meet this Thursday, January 12th after school in room 237. We will be eating chips and salsa, making Valentine cards for Meals on Wheels, and talking about our upcoming volunteer day at Matthew 25. If you are in the Spanish Club, please plan to attend this meeting.
Congratulations to the OMEA District 13 Honor Jazz Members on their very successful Honor Jazz Weekend. The following East students were a part of this honor group of student from four counties, and they performed an outstanding concert Sunday afternoon: Alex Belkin, Christian Paradiso, Al Vandivier, Dylan Alford, Mackenzie Coleman, Paul Barlow, Dylan Samuels, Adam Lechliter and Kayla Hull. Thanks for representing Lakota East in such a great way!
Are you a junior or senior interested in Physical, Occupational or Speech therapy? Are you interested in gaining hands-on learning experience in the therapy fields as well as the business side of health care? If your answer is YES, apply for our Clinical Therapy Internship with ABC Pediatrics! Deadline for applications is Thursday, January 12th. If you have any questions, please visit our Internship Website or see Mr. Gleason in room 251.
January 4, 2017
Are you interested in Engineering or other technical degrees? Are you unsure about exactly what that means? Do you want to know how close what you're doing here at East is to what you'll face in college? Then come to room 200 this Thursday, January 5th to talk with current Ohio State Engineering students - who just so happen to be Lakota Alumni - about different engineering majors, college preparedness, and life after East. They'll be in room 200 this Thursday during EACH 4th period study hall AND after school.
Any girl interested in playing Softball this spring should plan on attending the workouts beginning this Thursday (January 5th) at 4:00 at the main campus weight room.
If your college is requesting a mid-year (7th semester) transcript for your application, please DO NOT ADD A REQUEST IN NAVIANCE. Stop in the Guidance Office and complete a "Mid-Year Transcript Request" form.
Senior photos received and correct are posted on the bulletin board next to the clinic. Anyone that received an email indicating their photo was not accepted has until January 15 to submit. Anyone who did not submit a photo, will have their picture taken in February (date to be determined) or your ID will be used. Thank you
December 12, 2016
Hawk of the week December 12-15:
10th grade – Han Tran nominated for determination by Bobbi Hume
11th grade – Zachary Lawson nominated for citizenship by Susanne Linder
12th grade – Makayla Newman nominated for determination by Nikki Drew
Are you looking for volunteer service hours? Not much going on over the holiday break? Have a knack for rallying your fellow students behind a good cause? The Faith Alliance of West Chester Liberty Township is sponsoring a dodgeball tournament on January 14th to raise funds to be used for their programs fighting hunger and poverty in our community. They need help with marketing and signing up teams. You will earn service hours while having fun and raising money for a good cause. Come to a meeting on Wednesday, December 14th at 3PM at the Union Centre Skyline Chili. See you there!
Seniors: Today is the last day to order cap & gown before the price goes up. You should contact Graduate Services immediately if you have not done so already.
SALT members… we will have a meeting tomorrow (Tuesday, December 13th) at 7:15 in Mr. Combs’ room 218. Be there!
A special congratulations goes out this morning to the Lakota East Gymnastics Team for placing first at the Alter Invitational this past weekend. Great job ladies!
December 9, 2016
Today after school in Room 206, JSA will be discussing the Ohio General Assembly’s proposal to allow concealed carry on college campuses.
December 8, 2016
With the wildfire in the Smokies still affecting families in Gatlinburg, this Friday at the East vs. West Basketball game there will be a collection going for donations. A list of items can be found on the school’s Twitter page. With the holiday season coming up, just the smallest donation can help, so I would please encourage you to bring something to the game. Thank you!
Science Olympiad is gearing up for another great season! If you are interested in participating, come to the meeting after school Monday, December 12th in room 251. This meeting is for new and returning members. Hope to see you there!
December 5, 2016
The Spanish Club will meet after school this Friday to go to Chipotle. In order to go, you must turn in a form filled out and signed by a parent. If you do not have this form, see your Spanish teacher. Please bring money to pay for your meal.
Any junior that is interested in traveling to Valley Forge in March is invited to come meet with representatives from Spirit of America to learn more. There will be a meeting after school on Monday, December 5th in room 104 to explain the application process and the trip.
Bonjour! The French Club will meet on Thursday, December 8th in room 227 at the Main Campus. Hope to see you there!
Your NHS will be hosting a dodgeball tournament December 16th! Signups will be during lunches starting next week. Teams will be 4-6 players; cost will be $5 per person. Get ready!
Attention all Girls Tennis Players…there will be a brief meeting in the main campus cafeteria at 2:45 on Monday, December 5th – that is today!
The Latin Club will be meeting this Friday, December 9th after school in room 200 to celebrate Saturnalia with some jolly games and snacks. You won’t want to miss it!
Relay for Life will be holding its December Committee meeting this Wednesday, right after school in the Media Center at the Main Campus.
There will be an Operation Hawks meeting this Thursday after school in room 189 at the Main Campus. See you there!
November 22, 2016
The next meeting of the Drama Club will be an audition workshop for Into the Woods. If you are interested in auditioning for this show, please come and learn what it takes to have a successful audition and be involved in our spring musical! The meeting will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 2:45-4:00 in the Main Campus auditorium. Bring your club card!
Attention Seniors: college Application help session today after school in room 287. If you have a December 1st deadline, this would be a good chance to get help from a counselor before the break.
Are you thankful for friends and family who support you? Come to the next Gay Straight Alliance meeting today, Tuesday, November 22nd. We’ll be talking about giving thanks and doing fun crafts. As usual, there will be food! Hope to see you there!
Attention all sophomores, juniors and seniors: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) will be administered here at East on December 9th. The ASVAB is a multi-part test given by the U.S Department of Defense. Your ASVAB score is used to determine whether you are eligible to join the U.S. military and a high score can increase your chances of getting into your desired specialty. But even if you haven’t decided on a military career, taking the ASVAB is a good way to measure your potential – how well you might do in certain careers. If you are interested, please sign up in the guidance office.
November 18, 2016
Attention all Latin Club members!
After school on Monday, November 28, Latin Club will be teaming up for a
fun service project in room 200. Come ready to do arts and crafts and
bring a snack to share. You won’t want to miss it!
National Honor Society will be having its annual Barnes and Noble bookfair Saturday, November 26. We
encourage all students and staff to attend the bookfair, as a
percentage of all the purchases made go to NHS. There will be musical
performances and other fun activities. The bookfair is the perfect place
to get some of your holiday shopping done.
November 17, 2016
As a reminder, all sophomores will be taking part in Be the Difference on either Friday, November 18; Monday, November 21 or Tuesday, November 22.The alpha breakdown for student attendance is as follows:
Friday: last names A – Hayes
Monday: last names HE – O
Tuesday: last names P – Z
Students will report to their 1st bell class for attendance and will be called to the gym via announcement. Lunch will be provided. Due to space limitations, students are not able to request attending on a different date.
Big Congratulations to Kat Eroskey and DJ Cleavinger for winning the 4th annual Lakota’s Got Talent competition on Tuesday. Their performance combining piano and flute received a unanimous decision from the judges and earned Lakota East a $2,000 grant from Youth in Philanthropy.
Congratulations to the following Spark Editors and staffers who earned national writing awards during the Indianapolis National Convention.
National Story of the Year:
Emma Stiefel, National First Place
Vivian Kolks, National Seventh Place
National Design of the Year:
Cassi Chryssovergis and Sophia Chryssovergis, National Runner Up
Sarah Aftab, National Fifth Place
National Write-Off Contests (on site writing):
Excellent Awards: Emma Stiefel, Michelle Chu, Vivian Kolks, Richard Giang, Cara
Satullo, Katie “Don’t call me Kaitlyn” Kruback and Caroline Bumgarner
Honorable Mention Awards: Julianne Ford, Victoria Negron, Allie Church, Sarah
Aftab, Rebecca Holst and Morgan Kile
November 16, 2016
Attention Football players: There will be a meeting Thursday after school at 2:50 in the cafeteria for any student interested in playing football next year.
Are you interested in learning about how companies run or even what top companies are looking for in employees? Well, come to business club this Wednesday after school in room 124 where our special guest speakers, the Vice President of Cincinnati Insurance and his executive, will talk about how they got started out of college and what they look for in college grads!
Art Club will be meeting Wednesday the 16th from 2:45 to 4:00 at the main campus in room 281. We will be working on designs for the Lakota Food Truck design competition.
The next Medical Club meeting is Wednesday after school in the senior café! We will be having a guest speaker from the healthcare sales field and a case study! Hope to see you there!
There will be an Operation Hawks meeting this Thursday after school in room 189 at main campus. See you there!
Please join us after school today in Room 290 with the Model United Nations to discuss piracy off the coast of Somalia. Hope to see you all there!
November 10, 2016
Senior pictures are being accepted.All information is available online or pick up a sheet in the guidance office or main office. Due date for pictures is December 14, 2016.
Attention all Girls and Boys Tennis players – There will be a mandatory meeting on November 14th in the Cafeteria for all tennis players. The Girls Team will meet at 6:30 pm. The Boys Team will meet at 7:00 pm. Please plan accordingly to attend this mandatory meeting.
Congratulations to the cast of A Wrinkle in Time! The cast list is posted on the Drama Club page, the Main Auditorium door and is available in the office of the Freshman Campus. Read through is today, after school, in the Main Campus Auditorium.
Bonjour! Please join the French Club for the next meeting on Thursday, November 17th in room 227 at the Main Campus. We will begin at 2:45 and end at 3:45. There are several fun activities and we hope to see you there!
Completed Butler Tech field trip permission forms are due NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, November 11th in the Guidance Office.
The Spanish Club will meet Monday, November 14th after school in the cafeteria. We will be playing Thanksgiving Bingo and eating chips and salsa!
An Executive Charter bus left the LEHS parking lot bound for Indianapolis carrying members of the Spark staff to the National JEA/NSPA Convention. The staff is one of the 48 National Pacemaker finalists and three Spark writers are finalists for five National Story of the Year Awards. That would be: Emma Stiefel, Vivian Kolks and Maddie Weikel. Winners will be announced on Saturday afternoon. The 30 Spark members will certainly represent you with respect and dedication as they attend the three-day convention of more than 7,000 students from 38 states and two countries.
Congratulations to each of the jazz band members on their outstanding jazz concert Wednesday night. It was wonderful to hear each group demonstrate all of their musical learning. Such a nice variety of music and very impressive solos. Congrats on a job well done! We look forward to your continued musical progress and success!