Lebanon High School

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is hosting national rap/recording artist Thi'sl this Friday in the conference room after school (2:40-3:40). This is an amazing opportunity for our students hear from an artist who has accumulated 12 million streams on Spotify alone and has collaborated with LeCrae on his Grammy winning Gravity album.  He is excited to visit LHS and share his story.  All are welcome!

Bonjour!  Lebanon’s Annual French week is well underway with all of its wonderful French-i-ness! 

French students:  Today is food tasting day! Bring your French cheese, baguettes & desserts to your French classroom.

The correct answer to Tuesday’s trivia question is: Macaroons are made with coconut, MACARONS are meringue filled with ganache, and Emmanuel Macron is LE PRESIDENT DE FRANCE. Très bien to those quick enough to figure that out! 

Today’s trivia question is:  Who is the French "footballeur" who has won the World Cup two times with the French National Football Team- once as a player in 1998, and again in 2018 as the coach? See Mesdames Leever or Marsh with your answers-- the reward is two tickets for the French raffle basket!

 
Next week Student Council is sponsoring a SPIRIT WEEK for our winter sports season. There will be a pep rally on Friday, February 7th. Dress up days are as follows:
  • 2/3 Monday-Jersey Day

  • 2/4 Tuesday-Tie Dye

  • 2/5 Wednesday-Red or Pink Day- We LOVE Lebanon, or on Wednesday we wear Pink. 

  • 2/6 Thursday-Flannel

  • 2/7 Friday-Maroon and White

 
If you are interested in traveling to Spain in June 2021 and haven't signed up for the trip yet, it is not too late, but sign up soon!  We'd love to have you join us on this awesome trip! See Sra. Earley in room 1403 for information or any questions you have.
 
 If you are planning to take AP Calculus next year and were unable to attend AP night last week, please stop by Mr. Earley's room (1412).
  

 Bonjour!  This is LHS Annual French Week!  Be on the look-out for flags of French speaking countries throughout the school!   If you find one, take it to Mesdames Leever or Marsh & you will earn a surprise!

Also, each day there will be a trivia question.  The first 3 students to take the correct answer to the French teachers will win tickets for a raffle basket drawing at the end of the week.  The first trivia question is:  What is the difference between a MACAROON ("mah-kah-rooooon"), a MACARON ("mah-kah-roh") & EMMANUEL MACRON??? :) :) :)

Finally , French students, don't forget to bring in items for our "DEGUSTATION"...French food tasting day is TOMORROW, january 27! BON APPETIT! ("Boh-nah-pah-teee")

 Attention LEOS club:  We will be going to Station Hill this Wednesday, (February 5th).  Please check Google Classroom for the details and to sign up.  Hope to see you there!

 

ARE YOU READY FOR THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME? With the Rotary Youth Exchange study abroad programs and scholarships, you’ll have the opportunity to learn a new language, discover another culture and truly become a global citizen.  As a foreign exchange student, you can choose from a short-term exchange in the summer or a full academic year of high school.
 

Recruitment is now underway at Lebanon High School for the summer of 2020 and the 2020-2021 school year.  Please find more information on the Guidance Department’s Google Class Page and visit www.studyabroadscholarships.org

  

"Everyone is welcome to play Ultimate Frisbee.  The first practice is in February.  Stop by Coach Earley's room 1412 to pick up an information packet or to ask questions"
 

Recruitment is now underway at Lebanon High School for the summer of 2020 and the 2020-2021 school year.  Please find more information on the Guidance Department’s Google Class Page and visit www.studyabroadscholarships.org.  

 "Come join us at card club to play some fun games like Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi_Oh, Settlers of Catan, or Munchkins, or bring your own game!  We meet every Wednesday in room 1411 after school until 3:30."

 Do you enjoy saving the planet? Then come to ecology club every Monday, right after school in Mrs.Hogan’s room, 1305! There will be snacks, and this week we will be doing an upcycling activity, so bring an empty plastic pop bottle.
 

Hey all you beautiful creatures out there longing for debate, discussion about national and global events.  We had our first meeting and we resolved, I mean like totally solved the issues of global warming, abortion, nuclear proliferation.  Come join us every Thursday as we discuss the world around us and eat food.  We meet in room 2209 (McCarty's room) and are looking forward to you joining us.  We also go on field trips where we compete against other schools in our knowledge of the world around us and current events. 

Interested in learning more about the world around you, discussing global politics, debate current issues and eating fantastic food? Come to JCOWA every Thursday after school in room 2209. There will be cookies and milk.

"Guitar Club will be held every other Thursday from 2:30-3: 15 pm beginning this week in Room 2401. We are also opening the club up to other instrumentalists who are interested in learning group improvisation. Each time we meet, we will learn a new song along with multiple chord voicing and other techniques." 

Science Olympiad meets every Friday until 3:30 in room 1304. Come out and study, build things, or just have a good time doing science.

Are you interested in free food, debates, heated discussions?  Head down to Mrs. Taylor's room 2213, for Young Republican's Club every Tuesday directly after school. 

The Warrior Cafe is open all day in room 2403!  Come get a snack, water, or Pepsi.  Everything is $1.00 and benefits the Daylight Prom.  See Mrs. Titmas for special requests.  

 
Dear Parents and Students,

The Lebanon City School district, along with other schools districts across the country, are seeing an increase in a dangerous new trend among students, e-cigarette use, also known as vaping.

E-cigarettes, vape pens, or juuls, are electronic devices that emit a vapor that is inhaled by the user. The liquid solutions that are used in these devices often contain various amounts of nicotine and other harmful chemicals. Vaping devices are also being used to dispense crystallized marijuana (THC). These devices may resemble a pen or a USB drive.

We are concerned about student health and safety. Students who are using these devices are inhaling nicotine and other harmful chemicals and may be thinking it is safe. These products are being marketed toward our youth to entice them to try, and ultimately, use these products. As you know, nicotine is highly addictive and some of these unregulated products contain higher levels of nicotine than cigarettes. The use of one Juul is the equivalent of smoking 1 pack of cigarettes.

While the law requires you to be at least 18 years of age to purchase or use vaping devices, many of our students are in possession of one. These devices are also being used to dispense THC in an odorless method.

As per our Student Code of Conduct, the possession, distribution, or use of a vaping device is prohibited in school, on school property or at school events. Students found possessing, distributing, or using these devices are subject to discipline under our Student Code of Conduct.

In an effort to better protect our students from the dangers of vaping and nicotine addiction, we are revising consequences for violating Student Code of Conduct #27 - Using/Possession of Tobacco

*Effective April 3, 2018, the consequences for students found in violation of Student Code of Conduct #27 will be:

First Violation

  1. 3 Day Out of School Suspension

  2. Student will not be permitted to attend the next dance on the school calendar (i.e. Prom, Homecoming, Winter Formal)

  3. Student/Parents will be offered an additional support of enrollment in a tobacco/smoking awareness class offered at school at no charge to the family.

Second Violation

  1. 5 Day Out of School Suspension

  2. Student will not be permitted to attend any school dances for 1 year.

  3. Student/Parents will be offered an additional support of enrollment in a tobacco/smoking awareness class offered at school at no charge to the family.

Third Violation

  1. 10 day suspension with the recommendation for expulsion.

  2. Students will not be permitted to attend any school dances for the remainder of his/her high school career.

  3. Student will be required to attend tobacco cessation classes at the expense of the student/parent before returning to school under any abeyance agreement.

* Please note, these violations are cumulative over a student’s career in each building.

We are committed to the health and well-being of our students. Our administrators and counselors are available for anyone seeking assistance in discussing this matter further.

Sincerely,

Scott Butler                          Brian Dalton

LHS, Principal                      LJHS, Principal


 

 

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