April 22, 2014
PILLARS OF CHARACTER
Responsibility is a foundational pillar of character at Lisle Senior High School. Today, our quote on responsibility is; Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
It’s just around the corner. It’s the biggest night of the social year at Lisle Senior High School. It’s prom! To give you all the right moves for the dance floor that night, keep Monday, May 5, from 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm, and Wednesday, May 7 from 2 pm to 3 pm (it’s a PLC day) open on your calendar All the information you need will be out next Monday.
All Mr. Lisle participants, your surveys are due to Ms. Mullin by tomorrow. There is a mandatory meeting at 7:15 am this Monday, the 28th in Ms. Mullin’s room
ATTENTION JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Junior class officers, there will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow at 7:20am in Ms. Mullin’s room.
Please RSVP for Senior Banquet by April 25th. Reply cards are to be turned in the front office. Take note, the date for the banquet is Wednesday, May 7th at 7:00PM @ the Hilton in Lisle.
Attention Freshmen, Sophomores & Juniors,
Testing is tomorrow and Thursday. Juniors, remember that this is especially important for you because you will be taking the PSAE. Schedules and room assignments are posted throughout the school. Please remember to bring your calculator and #2 pencils. If you have any questions, please stop by the front office. These two days are non-attendance days for seniors.
Prom tickets are now on sale!! They are available for $100 apiece during all lunches through this Friday, April 25th!
-Attention all students who wish to run for elected positions in Student Congress- forms are now available in Ms. Wallenberg’s room to be picked up. These forms are due on Friday April, 25th.
-Also, all Student Congress Seniors; Scholarship forms are now available in Ms. Wallenberg’s room. They are due by May 1st.
FINAL DECISION DAY
Thursday, May 1st, is “Final Decision Day” for the seniors. They must communicate to the college they plan on attending by this date. Also, juniors should be completing their research for the schools they plan on applying to next year by the end of this year. To support both grade levels we are asking you to support them by wearing college apparel that day! Seniors, wear your final decision school shirt proudly!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS
Interested in catching up on credits? Interested in maybe getting ahead on credits or subjects? College of Du Page summer school information is available in the guidance office. Stop by to learn more.
Do you like working on cars? Do you like helping out those in the community? Are you looking to get a few service hours? Do you like FREE food? Then you’re in luck, see Officer McKay if you have any interest in helping out senior citizens in the community for the Village of Lisle’s annual senior car care clinic being help May 10th from 8am until 12 noon at Lisle Public Works.
LSHS would like to wish Kyle Hendzel a very happy birthday!
Attention students; This week if you are not parked in your assigned spot, your car will be stickered (with a bright orange sticker) and/or ticketed!
Also, new scholarships have arrived:
-The Stephanie Joseph Memorial Fund due April 30th
-Wheaton Drama Scholarship due May 15th
-Kiwanis Club of Lisle/Key Club Scholarship due April 21st
-Lisle Dental Center due April 30th
Please see the Guidance office with any questions!
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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.