IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A LAKEWOOD TIGER!
Start the year off right with a dose of great theatre by attending the innovative production of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Neo-Futurist Plays in 60 Minutes. The show is this Thursday and Friday ONLY, January 12 and 13 at 7 p.m. You can purchase tickets from the bookkeeper before the show or $8 each, or at the door for $10.
This is a show you won't want to miss, and a great way to kick off second semester. Be sure not to miss it! We'll see you in the audience.
Good morning Tigers & Happy New Year,
In case you didn't know, there are now four water bottle refill stations in our school! The electives hall, the east atrium, and both floors in the academic wing all now have these stations for everyone's benefit, thanks to a grant from Centura/St. Anthony and Mrs. Ritchey.
Ms. Carpenter in counseling is looking for junior or senior young men to be Outdoor Lab volunteers. You would go with Belmar and Eiber elementary students from February 27-March 3rd. Come and see Ms. Carpenter in counseling today for an application.
Students who are interested in volunteering with Adaptive Aquatics: there will be an informational meeting on Friday, Jan. 13 during Tiger Time in the Library Classroom.
There is also a new volunteer orientation tomorrow night, Wed. Jan. 11th from 7-9 pm at the Ridge Rec Center. If you have wanted to work with the program, but haven't been trained, this is your opportunity. For more information, see Ms. Kramer.
All girls interested in playing soccer this Spring. There will be a meeting to discuss pre-season conditioning in the East Atrium, Wednesday Jan. 11, at 3:20pm.
There will be an information meeting about Model UN next Tuesday, January 17 at 7:10 in B110. The club is starting second semester. Everyone is welcome. Model UN can be used for CAS hours.
Congratulations to our boys varsity basketball team on their awesome win over Denver East last night. They beat the 2nd ranked team 90 to 77! Fabulous win boys!
Tomorrow night, both basketball teams face Columbine. The boys are away at Columbine, and the girls are at home with Level 3 at 4 o'clock, JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7. Before the girls varsity game, we will be honoring Mackenzie Forrest, Lakewood's leadingest scorer ever.
On Thursday night, our Wrestlers are home against Chatfield, with JV at 6 and Varsity at 7.
Come on out and enjoy our winter sports
Would you like to live and attend school in Australia for six months?
Have you ever considered traveling to or living in a foreign country as an exchange student, learning a new culture and meeting new friends?
Lakewood Sister Cities Program has an Australian Student Exchange Program open to all Jefferson County high school freshman and sophomores. The final information meeting about the program will take place on:
Tuesday, January 17th from 7-8 PM at the
Lakewood Cultural Center
470 S. Allison Pkwy, Lakewood, CO 80226
For more information, contact your counselor and come to the information meeting. Applications are due February 3rd. You can also visit our website at www.lakewoodsistercities.org
Attention all guys interested in swimming or diving this year, there will be a pre-season meeting on Tuesday, Jan 24th at 3:30 in the lecture center. We will discuss practice/meet schedules, policies and expectations, apparel ordering, etc. We are also hoping to have Monica there with sample suits for try-ons. Parents always welcome and encouraged to attend if possible.
Feeling stressed or uptight already this semester? Join yoga club. Yoga club will start up again for the semester today, Friday, January 13th. Yoga club meets every Friday from 3:15-4pm in the LHS library. No yoga experience is required. See Mrs. Sutton or Mr. Buck if you have any questions. Remember: I can yoga, you can yoga!