May 22, 2013
PILLARS OF CHARACTER
Responsibility is a foundational pillar of character at Lisle Senior High School. Our quote on responsibility today is; You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.
Please remember to come to Buffalo Wild Wings today! Bring the coupon and not only does the freshmen class get some of the proceeds, but they are sharing their earnings with the Lisle relief fund! So come on out and help 2 great causes!
Attention key club; All Key club executive board applications are due today!
Seniors will take their regularly scheduled final exams for periods 2, 4, and 6 on Wednesday, May 29. All these exams will be taken in the study hall room, 101. Second hour exams will start at 750 am and end at 934 am (periods 1 and 2). Fourth hour exams will start at 938 am and end at 1122 am (periods 3 and 4). Sixth hour exams will start at 1253 pm and end at 237 pm (periods 6 and 7).
Teachers will inform all seniors who are to do this. On May 29, Seniors are to report directly to the study hall for their test. Signs will be posted with the exam schedule. If you have questions about whether or not you are part of this, please ask your teacher. If you have questions about how this will work, please see Mr. Cunningham
Remember that Wednesday, May 29 is a regular day of school attendance for all students. Seniors are responsible to attend all their classes not affected by the exam schedule.
Attention all students; All library materials are past due! Please turn them in!
As the weather warms, we are all happy and excited about spring and the coming summer. Please remember to dress appropriately for school and observe the guidelines in the school dress code which can be found in the student handbook. See Mr. Cunningham if you have questions.
Please come out to Benedictine University at 4:00 today and cheer on the Lions baseball team as they battle Walther Lutheran in the Sectional semifinal.
Attention Boys Basketball Players. There will be a meeting for all returning boys basketball players today at 2:45 in Mr. LaScala’s room, room 215. Important summer basketball information will be given out. Be there, and be on time. Time to raise the bar!
Attention girls basketball players; There will be an open gym today after school from 2:45 to 3:30 in the North gym.
Attention, boys and girls soccer players;
-girls varsity players, if you did not turn in your uniform Thursday or Friday, please turn them in after school today in the Commons.
-there will be a meeting for Boys Soccer players after school this Thursday May 23rd in room 106.
-JV girls soccer uniform and warm-up turn-in will also be this Thursday May 23rd at 3:00 pm in room 106.”
Any questions about either meeting please see Coach Perez.
-the girls soccer banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 28th at 6:00 p.m. in the Commons. Please see Coach Kohorn or Coach Perez with any questions, or check the team Facebook page.
Attention writers, we need you! Become a member of next year’s Manestream editorial staff. Applications are in Mrs. Multhaupt’s room. Pick one up today!
Our literacy quote of the day is; Words are the only things that last forever.
A reminder from Ofc. McKay that next week is Click it or Ticket week and Officers all over the state of Illinois will be strictly enforcing the seatbelts laws. Save yourself from getting a $60 ticket and put your seatbelt on whenever you’re driving or a passenger in a vehicle. Remember CLICK IT OR TICKET
Attention all Students
COD’s summer class flyer is in! Want to make up a credit? Get ahead? Take a class over the summer! All classes must be preapproved. Stop by guidance to get your summer school information.
This is an important announcement for all 17 and 18 year old men. Remember that it is the law that when you turn 18 you must register with Selective Service. It is your civic responsibility and keeps you eligible for student loans, job training, government jobs, and driver’s licenses in most states. You can find a Selective Service registration card at your local post office or resister online at WWW.sss.gov. If you have any questions, please talk to Mr. Cunningham.
Students, check out the Lunchroom “scoreboard” to see how your lunch period is doing in the “Cleanliness Contest”! The Scoreboard will stand outside the Attendance Office on Monday and Tuesday of each week. It will show the percentage score from the previous week and the cumulative percentage score for the quarter. Remember, if your lunch period is at 90% or better for the quarter, the whole lunch period will be eligible for the raffle! Remember to keep it clean ! Go Lions!