Spring Has Sprung

March 28, 2019

Happy Spring!

We weathered the winter together and now the change of seasons is all around us...in the new buds, songs of the birds, even in the breeze. As you enjoy the added sunshine, keep forging ahead as we work through the second half of the school year, because June will be here before we know it!

Don't forget, tonight is our annual Red and White Night, where the Heroes (Red) and the Villains (White) go head to head in an evening of friendly (but fierce) competition!

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Portal for Scheduling Conferences Closes Soon

The Spring Conference Scheduling Portal is still open, but will close on April 1st. Look for the "Conferences" link at the top of your Genesis Parent Portal, and then click "Schedule Conferences" at the bottom of the page to lock in your time slots for your child's teachers.

Spring conferences will be held on Wednesday, April 10th from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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The Final Battle

Tonight is our annual Red and White Night! The battle will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. and will include competitions such as Tug of War, Musical Chairs, Jailbreak, 3-on-3 Basketball, and more! Get your official Red and White Night shirt for $5, which will get you in the door.

Earth Hour

S.A.V.E. (Students Against Violating the Earth) is asking for your participation in Earth Hour, a global event scheduled for Saturday, March 30th from 8:30-9:30 p.m. Earth Hour encourages everyone to turn off as much electricity as possible for one hour in an effort to remind us all of the importance of taking action for nature and our planet! For more information, please visit https://www.earthhour.org/.

Spring Conferences

Spring conferences will be held on Wednesday, April 10th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Check the top of this newsletter for a reminder on how to schedule conferences with your child's teachers.

Reminder: April 10th is also an Early Dismissal day for students!

Spring Break

Spring Break is scheduled for Monday, April 15th through Friday, April 19th. Classes will resume on Monday, April 22nd. Have a fun and restful break!

It's Coming...

Save the date...the annual Mr. LHS Show will take place on Friday, May 3rd! Contestants and their teams have been working hard rehearsing for the event, during which only one will be named this year's Mr. LHS! Who will grab this year's crown? There's only one way to find out. Join us on May 3rd and be entertained by some of Lawrence High School's finest as they sing, dance, and act their way into the judges' hearts!
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The Hunt is On

The LHS Media Center library volunteers, in collaboration with Rays of Hope, are organizing a small toy and candy drive in preparation for their April 19th lunch and Easter egg hunt for the residents of HomeFront.

They will need to fill about 1500 eggs, so any donation of candy, small toys, or plastic eggs would be greatly appreciated. Please bring all donations to the library.

"Most Likely to Succeed" Screening

Please join us for a screening of “Most Likely To Succeed,” (MLTS) a thought-provoking documentary feature film that reveals the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world.

We will host the screening Monday, April 8th in the LHS auditorium beginning at 6:30 p.m. Babysitting is provided. Registration is open now: https://www.ltps.org//cms/module/selectsurvey/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=112

The documentary runs approximately 90 minutes. Afterward, the film’s producer Ted Dintersmith will join us via Skype for a discussion.

The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize education as we know it, inspiring school communities to reimagine what students and teachers are capable of doing. To date, MLTS has screened for thousands of audiences around the world, igniting conversations and empowering change along the way.

DECA Volleyball

DECA Volleyball Night is coming on Thursday, May 9th. Registration forms can be picked up in the School Store during lunch periods or anytime in Room 131. A $5 fee will be charged for each player (max 6 to a team). All registration forms and fees are due to Mrs. Schneck by Monday, May 6th.
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Senior Awards Applications

Seniors, applications for the 2019 Senior Awards Program are now available in Guidance! All completed applications are due back by Friday, April 12th. No late applications will be accepted. Good luck!

2019 Graduation Information

Seniors, Graduation is now less than three months away! Please click here to access the letter with information regarding this year's ceremony, as well as a link to order guest tickets. Graduating seniors and participating staff and faculty will not need a ticket to attend. If you have any questions, please contact Kerry Roche at kroche@ltps.org.
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* BRAG BAG (Sports Edition) *

Annnnddd They're Off!

Spring sports are officially underway! Enjoy some sunshine and catch some action this season...cheer on your fellow Cardinals as they hit the turf, fields, courts, and greens playing lacrosse, golf, track, tennis, baseball, and softball.

Congratulations to our boys' varsity lacrosse team, who won their season opener yesterday with a 10-6 victory over Northern Burlington! Sophomore goalie Dylan Morris had 11 saves and was anchored by a suffocating team defensive effort. The offense was led by the dynamic duo of Alex Everman and Justin Krisak, who accounted for all 10 Cardinal goals!

Football Signings

Three LHS football players recently signed their letters of intent to play college football next year! Congratulations to Dawson Aime (Lincoln University), Jacoby Sherard (Shippensburg University), and Bryan Hickson (McDaniel College)!

Pictured: (seated left to right) Aime, Sherard, and Hickson; and (standing left to right) Coach Nate Jones, Gisele Anglade and Fanfan Aime (Dawson’s parents), Leo and Glynis Sherard (Jacoby’s parents), Ebony Wilder (Bryan’s mom) and Coach Bayshawn Wells

CVC Honors

Junior Sadena Rishindran was recognized this year at the CVC Basketball Banquet, where she received Honorable Mention accolades! Way to go, Sadena!

If you know of a student, teacher, or staff member that deserves a little extra recognition for doing something amazing, please send your submission to kroche@ltps.org. We're looking for unique achievements, exciting news, talent highlights, even random acts of kindness! If possible, please include a picture relevant to your submission.
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Boost Your Word Bank

legolasing [LEG-oh-luhs-ing}

MEANING: slang - photo-bombing with a confused or concerned expression

phos·pheneS [fahs-feenS]

MEANING: the lights and stars you see when you rub your eyes

Words to Live By:

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Good Humor

Q: What does a rooster order after staring at a head of lettuce?

A: Chicken sees a salad

Submitted by Mrs. Martillotti

Have a joke/quote to share? Send it to kroche@ltps.org.

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