Back from Thanksgiving

We are in the final stretch of the last three school weeks of 2016.  It has been a positive start for the Trail Blazers and we look to see our students finish the first semester strong.

The swim team is continuing a great season. 9th grader Smith Light continues to place in the Top 10 at every diving competition.

Basketball is off and running…

 

We have a 1st class PTSA!

 

Our art teacher is famous, y’all.

Fine Arts is taking off like a rocket.

 

 

Holiday Market on December 10th: Breakfast with Santa

tumblr_mfjmnmCNTp1rsi6exo1_250.gifThe LTHS Cheer Booster Club is hosting its first annual Holiday Market and Breakfast with Santa event on December 10th from 8am – 12 noon. We will have over 30 vendors for your Holiday shopping and Santa will be visiting from 8:00 until 10:30. Kids will be able to enjoy a yummy breakfast, a professional individual photo with Santa and create a wish list which they drop directly into Santa’s mailbox.

Breakfast w/Santa:
Children $7.00 before event, $10.00 at the door
Parents $5.00
Market:
$1.00 entry, Children 13 and under FREE
+++ Coffee and Hot Chocolate Bar +++

TO PURCHASE TICKETS:
https://squareup.com/store/lebanon-trail-high-school-cheer-booster-club
https://www.paypal.com click on “send” and enter email address lthscheerbc@gmail.com, enter $ amount and hit continue.

Pre-Thanksgiving Break at LTHS

Congratulations to Sophie Knautz, the #26 runner in the state out of 100+ athletes.

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We had a great Veterans Day ceremony at LTHS to honor local veterans and remind our students of the great sacrifices made by those in the military.

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Basketball season kicked off…

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…and our students are wrapping up a 2nd grading period as we have put the nails in 1/3 of the year.

Into November!

Proud of how our student organizations focus on serving others. So much of that comes from our community and feeder schools.

 

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Many cool projects are in the work for this winter…

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TWO of our staff members won grants from the Frisco Educational Foundation for innovative ideas in our school.

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Choir started competition and fits right in with the quality of our fine arts program.

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Lastly, our own Olivia Mitchell WON a Frisco Golf Tournament against full varsity competition with this jaw-dropping score.

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Social Media PTSA Presentation Nov. 17

Please join our Parent-Teacher-Student Association for this special presentation in our lecture hall on November 17th at 7:15PM.

Television, iPods, iPads, laptops tablets and smart-phones…Today’s kids are exposed to an average of seven hours of “screen-time” each and every day, and the impact of those media messages can shape many of their perceptions and actions.  Media Madness provides parents and caregivers the tools to successfully manage their children’s “screen time”, effectively monitor media messages and content, and realistically modify your approach as children grow and technology advances.  This program expands on the following issues:

  • Scale of information and vast number of people that can access it.
  • Dangers of social media anonymity and protecting personal privacy
  • Current sexting phenomenon
  • Negative health effects and body image influence
  • Interactive addiction
  • Strategies for beneficial media use
  • Awareness of marketing and media as big business- perception is reality!

This program is appropriate for educators, parents and high school age children!