Little Elm High School

Weekly Newsletter - September 18th, 2016

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Homecoming: Good Times and Memories That Last Forever

While Homecoming got its start on college campuses as a fall celebration of the first football game of the season where alumni would return to their alma maters, it eventually spread to high schools. The traditions of high school Homecomings across the country include a parade with floats, royalty election with the crowning of a king and queen, pep rally, alumni reception, mums and garters, all capped off with a big dance. Homecoming is the main event for students and alumni designed to generate enthusiasm for the school. Homecoming week is a great time to come out and enjoy some exciting high school football, get a sneak peek of the band UIL show, enjoy performances by the Blue Angels and Cheerleaders, and soak up the fun and fellowship of a community united as Lobos. This year’s Homecoming theme is “Little Elm Where the Magic Happens.” We would like to encourage all current students, alumni, parents, and community members to participate in this week’s homecoming activities.

Spirit Dress Days:

9/19 (Monday) Monsters University - Wear college gear

9/20 (Tuesday) Sleeping beauties- Wear your favorite PJ’s

9/21 (Wednesday) Disney Day- Dress like your favorite disney character

9/22 (Thursday) Neon day- Dress like the colors from Inside Out

9/23 (Friday) Blue and Gold- Dress in your homecoming gear

Homecoming Parade – Wednesday, September 21

The Parade will begin at LEHS at 6:00 PM and will end at LEAC with an awards presentation for the winners of the Parade as well as nominees for Homecoming Court.

Homecoming Pep Rally – Friday, September 22 at LEHS 4:00 PM

Homecoming Game – LEHS Lobos vs. Prosper Eagles, pre-game 6:30 PM, kick-off 7:00 PM

Homecoming Dance – Saturday, September 24 at LEHS 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

The Lobos are off to a great start. Come out and help us celebrate Homecoming week and then cheer on the Lobos to a big Homecoming V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!

Renee Pentecost


Little Elm High School

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homecoming daily themes

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Great Things Happening in AP classes!

AP World History students had an eventful day. For the last week, they've been researching Early River Valley Civilizations and categorizing the themes of the civilizations based on the acronym SPICE. They had to create a visual based on 3 different activities that they got to choose from; they could choose from explaining the characteristics of a particular River Valley Civilization, compare two civilizations or argue the most influential civilization. They gathered information in their SPICE Charts and evaluated their peers based on content.

At the end of their day, they played Quizlet Live to compete with their classmates over the knowledge of Ancient people and civilizations in preparation for their test tomorrow. These freshmen had a BLAST.

Lindsay Lee

AP World History & AP Psychology

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AP English III students are trying out the AVID strategy Philosophical Chairs today to explore the question, "Was Lincoln's position on slavery based more on political or moral motivations?" They've been exploring related texts all week and are using the texts to support their arguments. There are some truly great thinkers in room 1229!

Michelle Gentry

ELA Department Head

AP English Language, Yearbook, Journalism

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The annual Little Elm High School college fair was held on Wednesday, September 14th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Over 140 different colleges and universities were represented from over 20 states and Mexico. Every LEHS student was given an opportunity to attend the fair, speak to college recruiters, and to gain additional insight into the many choices available to our students.

The college fair was hosted by the Little Elm chapter of DECA, an association of marketing students. DECA members arrived up to two hours before school to make sure the gyms were ready to receive our guests and then served as hosts and hostesses to the colleges throughout their visit. Little Elm's award winning DECA chapter consists of over 120 students focused on careers in Business, Marketing, Finance and Entrepreneurship and is annually one of the largest chapters in the DFW area.

For additional information on college planning contact Mrs. Brown, LEHS College and Career Readiness Counselor at For additional information on the Little Elm chapter of DECA contact Mr. Hutley at .

Rodger Hutley

Marketing Teacher, DECA Advisor, CTE Instructional Team Leader

Students Interested in Tech School

I have a Tulsa Welding School rep coming on Tuesday, September 20th. She will be here after school to talk to students who are interested in attending at our first LEHS FFA meeting. Let your students know about this opportunity. It will be in my shop classroom across from the basketball locker rooms at 5pm. Thanks again!

Taylor Alcorn

Agricultural Mechanics and Construction Teacher

Welding Shop

Requesting a Verification of Enrollment (VOE)

Applications to request VOE's have been placed on the Little Elm High School website under the "Students" tab. If a student needs to request a VOE, please have them fill out this form. Click Here to go directly to the form.


Lobos, have you ever heard the expression the early bird gets the worm? Well here at LEHS the early bird gets the lunch! Mrs. Brown is kicking off a new contest where the first 30 seniors who turn in at least 1 college acceptance by October 30 will be invited to a special lunch with campus and district administrators including our Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Strike. If you have been accepted to a college, make sure and give Mrs. Brown a copy of the acceptance letter!

Keisha Brown

College and Career Readiness

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Become a Part of Destination Imagination

What is Destination Imagination?

The Destination Imagination program is a fun, hands-on system of learning that fosters students’ creativity, courage and curiosity through open-ended academic Challenges in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), fine arts and service learning.

Our participants learn patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process. Teams will showcase their solutions at the regional tournament February 25, 2017.

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  • 8/30 Prosper at Little Elm
  • 9/06 Little Elm at The Colony
  • 9/13 Little Elm at Newman Smith
  • 9/20 Creekview at Little Elm
  • 9/27 Little Elm at RL Turner
  • 10/4 Lake Dallas at Little Elm
  • 10/11 Little Elm at McKinney North
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Little Elm High School

Renee Pentecost - Principal (

Ruben Molinar - Associate Principal (

Alen Palislamovic - White House Principal A - D (

Randall Ball - Grey House Principal E - K (

Chris Reza - Blue House Principal L - Ra (

Terilyn Thomas-Monday - Gold House Principal Re - Z (