Seniors remember to remove all of your data that you have stored on Google Drive. Even if you are unsure that you will ever want it in the future, it is very important to grab it now. As of graduation day, it will no longer be available to you! For directions on how to remove your data, please go to this link and follow the directions at http://home.lps.org/…/…/05/03/export-your-google-drive-data/
All current 9, 10, and 11th graders can pick up NEXT YEAR’S schedule in the commons on Monday, May 15 before 1st period. If you see a problem with your courses, there will be instructions on the back of the schedule on how to request a change. Any schedule not picked up by the end of 1st period will be available in the counseling center.
It’s not too late to apply as a Bright Lights Classroom Assistant for some summer fun! It’s a great way to fulfill your GOPO community service hours requirement in one week, too! Check out the Assistant heading on the Bright Lights website at www.BrightLights.org to apply.
Attention NHS members! Now is the time to run for a NHS office for the 2017-18 school year. If you want to run for President, VicePresident, or Secretary, pick up your application packet in the Counseling Center. Applications must be returned by May 11th, 3rd period. No applications will be accepted after that time. On May 12th candidates will have the opportunity to talk to NHS members in the auditorium before school. Voting will occur in the counseling office May 15-19. There will be more opportunities for leadership in the fall. See Dr. Bishara if you have any questions!
This camp will be held June 6-10 at the University of Nebraska-Kearney and is open to students grades 7-12. Check in will occur on Tuesday, June 6th, 2017 at 6:00 PM with a mandatory parent’s meeting being held at 6:30 PM. Check out will occur Saturday, June 10th. A parent showcase will be held at 10:30AM on June 10th at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
- The new field of cybersecurity that is affecting each of our lives daily.
- Learn the basics of technology and how it works.
- Use critical thinking skills to address and solve problems.
If you would like more information, visit: http://yns.nebraska.edu/camps/cybercamp
Deadline: May 1, 2017
Class of 2017, you have been invited to share your experiences through LPS’s Senior Q & A Form. Students’ responses will be highlighted on the LPS website during the month of May. If you would like to participate go to the LPS home page at https://docs.google.com/a/class.lps.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdWJLmW4Iruh1E3-oMHPnAQs9ohHm2UHi1cEd1RsVoby_WNoQ/viewform.
The Peter Kiewit Institute in Omaha is offering summer academies. The Holland Academy of Excellence is June 11-14 and is for students who excel in math or science and have an interest in engineering and technology. The PKI/OPPD Sustainability Academy is July 24-27. Students will leave with a knowledge of biomimicry and how it fits into sustainability. Both academies are open to all high school students and limited to 40 participants. To apply or for more information visit http://www.pki.nebraska.edu/. The deadline has been extended to May 15th.
April 27 – University of Kansas at 11:15 AM
April 28 – The Creative Center at 9:00 AM
Students must sign up for all college visits in the Counseling Center.