Lawrence High School
Announcements for Friday, April 5, 2019
April is Autism Awareness Month – a time where we recognize individual differences in others and move towards inclusion, acceptance and appreciation of all people. It is a time to be aware, as well as to take action. It is a time to acknowledge uniqueness and celebrate the accomplishments of others.
On Monday, April 8th, during lunch periods 4, 5, and 6, students from Ms Eskin’s Art classes along with the Life Skills students invite you to print your own unique piece for our puzzle mural that we will hang in the main hallway of the high school. Please show your support by stopping at a table in the cafeteria and spending a few minutes printing your own piece so we can fit together our puzzle piece mural. You may even have the opportunity to make a new friend while doing so. Tables will be set up right against the back wall of the cafeteria. There is no cost for participation in this activity.
Additionally, please help us shine a light on Autism Awareness and “Light It up Blue” by wearing a blue shirt to school on Monday, April 8th. Thank you.
Athletics – Advisor-Michael Gordon
Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball Team as they placed another “W” in the win column vs. Uniondale. Great Team effort by posting 13 runs in 5 innings of work. Starting Pitcher John Loughlin went 4 strong innings only giving up 3 runs. Junior Solomon gets the Save. Lawrence improved to 2-1.
Buskins – Advisor – Ms. Sales
Today you are invited to see a performance YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS. For just $5.00, the Lawrence Buskins Theater Group will present the play “16 In Forty-Five Minutes or Less”. This is a production worth seeing! Stories every High Schooler can relate to. Sooooooo tonight make room on your schedule and come to the Little Theater at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $5.00!
Hoy les invitamos a ver una actuación no quiere que te pierdas. Por sólo $5.00, el grupo de teatro Lorenzo Buskins presentará la obra "16 en cuarenta y cinco minutos o menos". ¡Se trata de una producción digno de ver! Cada estudiante de secundaria puede relacionarse con las historias. así que esta noche hacer espacio en tu agenda y ven al teatrillo a las 19:30 boletos son $5.00!
College Athletics Recruiting Presentation-Advisor-Michael Gordon
We cordially invite you to join us for the College Athletics Recruiting Presentation for parents and students on Monday, April 8th, 2019, at 7:00 PM at the Lawrence H.S. Cafeteria. This great presentation focuses on how to best approach the College selection and recruitment process and develop a realistic and logical plan in trying to play sports at the next level. We hope to see you there!
Freshman Class News – Advisor –Ms. Kind
Hey LHS, it’s the event you have all been waiting for!! The annual Lip Sync Contest will be here in a minute! The Freshman Class will be hosting this fund raiser on May 2nd, at 7:00 pm, for all to attend. It’s a hilarious showdown between students and faculty, an event you don’t want to miss!!
If you are interested in participating as a contestant, form a group, decide on an act and sign up. Where??? Outside of room 229! Space is limited… Only 5 battles, so sign up quickly.
Yeeeerppp, put May 2nd on your Calendar and get ready for the fun!!
The Inwood Civic Memorial Scholarship and the Love Linda Scholarship applications are both available in the Guidance Office.
Central Council PTA Scholarship applications are now available in the Guidance Office
A Representative from Herff Jones will be here to take the orders for the caps and gowns on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019, during lunch periods.
Hebrew Culture Club-Ms. Chesner
Are you ready for the trip of the year? Well get ready because it’s finally here! Pick up a permission slip from Ms. Chesner’s Office on the first floor across from the dance studio. Signed permission slips and money must be given back to Ms. Chesner no later than Monday, April 8th. Can’t wait for an awesome time!
Key Club- Advisor – Mr. Mayo
Key Club will be sponsoring Fundraiser in April. Our first Annual Teacher vs. Student Hot dog eating contest. See Mr. Mayo or any Key Club Officer to apply for the contest.
There will be a registration fee of $5.00, per contestant.
S.A.D.D. – Advisor – Ms. Cammarata
S.A.D.D. will be highlighting Suicide Prevention the week of April 8th. We will be hosting 2 events and sharing important information with you each day regarding Suicide prevention, as well as some good tips to boost your mental health.
Monday is our panel discussion and Friday will be our Semi-Color Fundraiser Event.
S.A.D.D. will most a forum on Monday afternoon to discuss suicide, how to maintain good mental health and stress management techniques. Please join us in room 319 immediately after school on Monday.
S.A.D.D. a resaltar prevención del suicidio la semana del 8 de abril. Tenemos 2 eventos y compartir información importante con usted cada día en materia de prevención de suicidio, así como algunos buenos consejos para mejorar su salud mental. El lunes es nuestro panel de discusión y el viernes será nuestro evento de recaudación de fondos de Color semi. S.A.D.D. será más un foro del lunes por la tarde para hablar de suicidio, cómo mantener una buena salud mental y estrés técnicas de gestión. Por favor únase a nosotros en la habitación 319 inmediatamente después de la escuela el lunes.
Student Government – Advisor –Ms. Kind
Good morning and attention all students officers! There will be a meeting today at 2:45 pm in room 229, for freshman, sophomores and junior officers! See you later!!
Track – Advisor-Bud McQuillan
Congratulation to the Boys Track Team as they improved their record to 4 and 1, with wins over South Side and Wantagh this week. Scoring for the boys were: Dan Rodriguez, Alberto Rodriguez, Thomas Vairo, Chanon Simmons, Aquan Walker, Victor Arroyo, Patrick Cave, Sender Samoyoa, Chris Bonilla, Jhonaton Marroquin, Jared Morales, Hugo Rios-Retana, Nathaniel Manning, Brandon Bobb, Willie Benitez and Josiah Reed. Scoring for the Girls were: Dayna Best and Porsha Muhammed.