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"Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th." - Julie Andrews

To our LHS Graduating Class of 2015:
We have enjoyed watching you grow and learn right before our eyes.  We wish you all the best in your lives beyond high school.
Beginnings are scary, endings are sad, it's the middle that counts the most;
Don't look too hard for happy endings, because you might miss the best part of your story!
Good luck!  We love you! Make us Proud!
Go out into this world and do WELL, but most importantly go out into the world and do GOOD.
You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. - Dr. Seuss
We'll miss you all very much!
                                   Class of 2015 
        High School Graduation is Friday, May 8th at 7:00PM.
                 Practice will be 9:00AM on Friday, May 8th.
                 The Senior Farewell will follow the practice. 
Category: Jr/High School
           Congratulations to our 2015 LHS Prom Queen & King
                  Queen Karah Hood and King Hunter Nichols! 
       Thank you to all who helped put this year's Prom together!
                 It was fantastic, and everyone looked awesome!

Category: Jr/High School

1.  Walk to school!  If time allows, go for a 'first thing in the morning' walk with the kids to school.

2.  Check out physical participation video games.  Play as a family, make times to compete against each other.

3.  Build Strong bones, with games such as hopscotch, jumping rope, volleyball; any weight bearing activity which is one you stand up to do.

4.  Take a walking tour of the park, stop an play Frisbee.

5.  Turn Birthdays into an activity adventure.  Visit the zoo, get everyone bikes for family bike rides.

6.  Get to the playground.  You're never to old to have fun, swing on the bars, play tug of war.

7.  Take a class as a family.  Yoga, martial arts or even dancing.

8.  Plant a garden.  You get a brisk exercise digging, planting and weeding.

9.  Walk the dog.  Include even the family dog.

10. Follow your children's lead.  If they show an interest in an activity, join in and show interest.

Exercise doesn't have to be weight lifting and calisthenics.  Make exercise fun and you will be better at sticking with it. 


Category: Nurse's Notes

Congratulations to our Junior High Volleyball Team!  They had a bye in the first round, then took on Bunker and won!  Then they moved on to the Championship game vs. Clearwater. Our ladies won in two sets!  They finished their season with a record of 14-1-1.  Way to go ladies!

Front row L-R:  Allie Harrison, Shelby Crocker, Macie Barton

Back row L-R: Coach Betsy Middleton, Andrea Helenschmidt, Hannah Steward, Dazy Lee, Jadyn Fitzgerald

Category: Jr. High Volleyball
Congratulations to our Ellington Math Fun Bowl participants!
There were eleven schools who competed.
Two of our classes received medals!
Our 5th graders: Alli Myers, Camron Myers, Gharret Wilcut, Daniel Rhoades, and Peyton Sanders took home 2nd place!
Our 3rd graders: Billy Wells, Lauren Crocker, Sydney Woods, Zoe St. Gemme and Mia Mason took home 3rd place! Way to go!  Great job!
 Pictured above - Left to Right - Top row: is Mikey Brandel, Reese Gray, Mrs. Myers, Mia Mason
Gharret Wilcut and to the right Hallie Sieve
Category: Elementary News

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