Several LHS student athletes qualified for the state track meet this week in Eugene. Today, Elizabeth G placed 4th in the 3000m run and Breanna S earned a 5th in the long jump. Competition continues tomorrow.
State OHSET competiion.
More from the state OHSET competition.
The LHS/DMS Band and Choir will be performing their Spring Concert next Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30 p.m in the DMS gym. Come on out and enjoy a night of fun-filled movie music!
Don't miss the plant sale!
Let's run! The entry forms for the Sunflower for Noni Run are due by Monday, May 16 if you want to be guaranteed a tshirt at the June 5th run this year. You can get a form at LHS or at the Lake County Chamber of Commerce. All of the proceeds from this fifth annual race will support two scholarships in Noni Vandenberg's name and the advanced middle school math field trip.
Today's baseball and softball games at home vs Lost River have been postponed with the make up date TBD pending umpire availability.
Next week, on May 17th and 18th, we will be holding an event called Operation Prom Night. On May 17th, is the Every 15 Minutes portion, where selected students are pulled out of class every 15 minutes to represent the statistic that every 15 minutes a person is killed in a motor vehicle accident related to driving while impaired. The second day, May 18th, Lake Health District EMS, Thomas Creek-Westside Fire, Oregon State Police, and Lake County Sheriff's Office will be hosting a simulation on the dangers of driving under the influence. This presentation brings to life the real events of the actual accident, the legal ramifications for driving while impaired, and how the loss of a loved one affects not only the family, but the entire community. Lake Health District EMS has agreed to present this real life presentation to the youth of their community because they believe that even one life lost due to driving while impaired is too many. We strongly believe that with preventative measures, we CAN make a difference and influence the community's youth to think twice before getting behind the wheel while impaired. If you have any questions, please call Hillary Hulseman or Brandi Harris at Lakeview High School, (541) 947-2287.
Changes have been made to the sports schedule. Tuesday's varsity baseball games have been moved to Wednesday, 5/4, a doubleheader vs. Bonanza. Monday- 5/16 JV baseball doubleheader vs. Bonanza. Thursday- 5/19 Varsity doubleheader vs. Prospect. All of games start at 2pm, all are doubleheaders at this time.
Unfortunately, our home baseball games today have been cancelled. A reschedule is in the works.
Union Elementary School students will be putting on their Spring Fling Concert, next Wednesday, May 4th from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Union Gymasium! Come on out and see what they've been working on!
Mrs. Alves' culinary students traveled to the Cascade Culinary Institute in Bend last week. They attended seminars, toured the facility, visited a local provider of quality foods, and enjoyed a meal together.
Last Pep Band of the season at the Senior vs. Staff basketball game! They rocked it out! Good job!
What a game! The LHS seniors took on the staff Monday night in a friendly game of basketball. It was close for a few quarters, but the staff made a run in the second half and won big. At halftime, senior Miller Cyr from the golf team was recognized as the first of our spring sports seniors to receive the spotlight. Miller’s parents were there to share the event with him.
A few more banquet pictures…
Recently the Lakeview HS girls basketball, boys basketball, and wrestling teams hosted their end of season banquets. They had a lot to celebrate- seasons of strong growth, development of new wrestlers and young players, successful seasons, and state championship appearances.
Union Elementary's 3rd and 4th Grade Music class working on our dance moves!
Attention Students and Families, This message is a follow-up to the information you received in the mail regarding Spring Conferences. Our conferences will be held on the evenings of April 6th and April 7th from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. On April 6th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, conferences will be by appointment only. If you would like a scheduled appointment and have not been contacted to schedule one, please call the Lakeview High School front office. From 6:00pm to 8:00pm on April 6th and all evening (4:00pm to 8:00pm) on April 7th, teachers will be available to speak with families who drop in at their own convenience. Please check in at the front entrance of Lakeview High School before your student's conference. Conferences will be student-led, so students should be present. Students have received information about how to prepare for their conference (collecting work samples and gathering data from each of their classes) both by email and in their first call of the day. Students should have their conference folder with them at their conference. Families are encouraged to go visit all of their student's teachers during conference time. If you have any questions, feel free to call the office at (541) 947-2287 or email Mrs. Hulseman at email@example.com. We are looking forward to seeing you!
AD Hay’s 5th grade class represented the music program at last weekend’s Irish Days parade and was so proud to have received 2nd place for their float! They all so sang beautifully for the performance with guest musician, Terry McClain. Be proud, 5th grade. You worked hard! Thank you to Pardue construction, Casey Thornton, and Todd & Nicole Muller for helping us make this happen!
The Senior vs Staff basketball game originally scheduled for Monday, March 14 has been postponed. Information regarding the reschedule is forthcoming.