News for October 2

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Are you interested in science or engineering?

Would you like to make over $3,000 in eight weeks next summer?

The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) is now accepting applications for their summer internships.  Applications are due October 31. Stop by C103 or see the link below for details.

Today in Hispanic heritage month we recognize Shakira. A Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, businesswoman, record producer, and more. She has produced and sung many hits and is considered a wildly successful artist.

Spirit Week started yesterday with PJ day. It continues today with Throwback Tuesday where students dressed in outfits from the past. The events coming up that will give you a chance to show your school spirit with Wacky Wednesday, class color Thursday and Red, black, and bow day on Friday.  

Students wishing to have a quiet study hall during the Pep Rally may sign up in the Learning Commons by the end of school Thursday.  A limited number of students will be allowed. Students will be expected to work quietly on their own during this time.

This week’s poll of the week is favorite spirit day: Pajama Day, Throwback Tuesday, Wild and Wacky Wednesday, Class Color Day, or Red Black and Bow Day. You can vote online by visiting LHS Journalism’s Twitter page. Results will be announced on Friday.

GSA is sponsoring a guest speaker for the Lancer Lecture Series on October 9th during Prep. Kelly Madrone is the author of LGBTQ: A Survival Guide for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Teens. Sign up during lunch with Ms. Lee or see Ms. Baker (B123) if you would like to attend.

Do you want a segment in the announcements? Do you want a video recorded for your segment? Well here is how you that can make that happen.

Linganore won yesterday against Walkersville 160 – 206 at PB Dye Golf, Linganore medalist Ryan McFadden who shot a 37. Some notables are Ethan Crabb who shot a 38 and Austin May who shot a 42

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