Morning Announcements: March 24, 2022

by Staff

Thursday March 24, 2022 

**Are you ready? The LHS Junior/Senior Prom will be held on May 7th at  the Clarion Inn, Frederick. Prom will start at 7pm. Ticket sales will be held April 25-29, 2022 during all lunch shifts. The cost will be $35/person. Guests must  have advanced approval from School Administration.  

If you plan to rent a tux, LHS has partnered with Dejavu Boutique in Mt.  Airy. Fittings will be available at LHS on the following dates: March 29th during  all lunch shifts & after school (2:30 – 4:00), & then again on March 31st during all  lunch shifts. Of course, you may order directly at Dejavu Boutique. This year, we  are pleased to announce Linganore’s Big Sister Closet, which will offer gently  used prom gowns. More details on shopping options to follow. Donations are still  being accepted. Please see Mrs. Davies or Ms. Cassidy with any questions. 

**On to round 2! The Junior and Sophomore class is extending their canned food  drive through tomorrow, March 25th to continue the fight against community  hunger. Donation bins for non-perishable food items are located in the cafeteria  and front vestibule. Anyone can donate and all donations support the Mt.Airy Net. Help knockout hunger by donating today! 

**The National Art Honor Society is sponsoring a Slime Making night here  tonight. Come on out to support our scholarship fund. $10 dollars per  student. Snacks will be provided. Starts at 6:00 PM in A207, the Ceramics  room. Sign up with Mr. M. or Ms. Geisser or use the QR code on the posters found  throughout the building

**Don’t forget! Tomorrow the LHS Chess Club hosts the very first LHS Chess  Tournament from 2:30 to 6:00. Come test your skills against your fellow  classmates & see whether you have what it takes to be a Chess  champion. There will be prizes awarded for the top three players. Please see Mr.  Jensen in A224 or email j[email protected] in order to sign up. 

**Congratulations to Savannah Presson who received a National Silver Medal  from Scholastics Art and Writing Awards for her drawing Aletheia. 2000 award  winners nationally were chosen out of 100,000 entries. Way to go Savannah!