March 7, 2014
PILLARS OF CHARACTER
Respect is a foundational pillar of character at Lisle Senior High School. Today, our quote on respect is; “I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me… All I ask is that you respect me as a human being.”
– Jackie Robinson
Congratulations go out to the following band students that will be representing the Lisle High School Music Department at the Interstate 8 Honor Band Festival this coming Monday at Manteno High School. They are: Edie-Kocher Cowan, Erin Johnson, Alyssa Crile, Lauren Holub, Kara Kendra, George Ancede, Tim Temmerman, Kyle Dwyer, Kati Young, Anthony Thornton, Ryan Wood, and Sierra Birdsell.
Congratulations to the Lisle Scholastic Bowl team on their accomplishment as the I-8 Tournament champions. The Lions defeated Reed Custer, Dwight, Seneca and Westmont on their road to victory as Conference Champs. The team was led by Amanda Marach, Maxwell Tarasewicz, Sachi Bhobe, and Lyndsey Franklin. Great job team! Please congratulate and wish these members, as well other members, luck on their journey to the state series beginning Monday at El Paso, Illinois.
Come to Masquerade, The Lisle Senior High School Student Congress turnabout dance to be held next Saturday, March 15. Come for a night of fun, music and dance at this school sponsored dance where appropriate behavior is expected. There may even be a surprise along the way….
Attention all students there is a Gay Straight Alliance meeting today after school in room 101. If you have not attended a meeting before and are interested please come join us. If you have any questions please see Mr. M.
Attention all students, faculty, and staff, Please remember the Panda Express fundraiser today from 5:30-8:30 pm at the Ogden Ave. Naperville location. Come out with friends or family, enjoy some food, and help benefit the class of 2015!
Please remember, the first Annual Lions Lock In is tonight! Please turn in your money and permission slips during lunch today. If you have any questions please see Ms. Gancarz.
The annual free KidsMatter Job Fair is THE one-stop place for students, ages 16-23, to find seasonal & summer jobs. The fair will take place on Wednesday, March 26, from 5 to 7:30 PM in the Residence Hall/Recreation Center on the North Central College campus. It provides summer job opportunities as well as mock interviews, a resume-building workshop, and internship opportunities to prepare students for the workforce.
Attention all faculty and students. Are you interested in getting a free pull-string backpack? Then it’s time to donate some blood! The Key Club will be having their semi-annual blood drive on Friday, March 14th during 2-6 hours. Students 17 and older can donate and 16 year old students can donate with a permission slip. Please sign up in the main office today!
Please remember that Mrs. Walker will once again have supplies in the commons area on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for the month of March to make cards for the elderly in nursing/assisted living homes. Come join us and help spread some cheer!
LSHS would like to wish Alex Coletto, Joshua Jamison, Christian Klimczak, Patrick Miller, Savannan Morales and Scott Provenzano a very happy birthday!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors;
Are you planning to attend college? If so, attending a college fair is an important step for you and your family. On Monday, March 24th from 6:30 – 8:30, North Central College will be hosting over 200 colleges for the Illinois College Exposition. Stop by guidance for more information.
Attention seniors; a reminder that the Jim Bonfield scholarship is due on March 25th; application and letters of recommendation must be in by 3PM that day. There will be No exceptions. If you have not picked up your application for the HSO scholarship, please stop by the Guidance Office. That deadline is March 27th. AND… the Lisle Lions Club Scholarship is now available in the Guidance Office.
Two new local scholarships have been established by the Carlin Nalley Foundation this year; The Ralph King and Technology Scholarship offers a one-time $1,200 scholarship to a graduating senior who has been accepted to an accredited technical program. Business majors, child development, foods, photography, and woods are eligible to apply.
The Dr. John Mulcare Scholarship is offering a one-time $1200 scholarship to a graduating senior who has been accepted to a college or university with intent to major in the science field.
Both scholarships are due April 7th!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors; Your applications for Student Ambassador are due today NO LATER than 3pm!!
Our literacy quote of the day is;
“No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.”
It helps us help you!
Contact the LSHS tip line if you see or know something we should know about to make this a safer, better place to go to school. You will be anonymous! The number is 630-493-8366.
Possession of alcohol by an individual under the age of 21- regardless of whether they are driving at the time- can result in a three- month suspension of driving privileges.