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LHS NEASC Overview 2019

Ledyard High School 2019

What Day is It? - A/B Rotation

Scholarships 2019

Daily Announcements:
Thursday, March 21...B Day; AIM 30
Friday, March 22...A Day

Coffee House. Join us for our spring coffee house tonight in the cafeteria at 7pm. We have several new performers joining us. Bring a friend, relax and enjoy!  

Repeat Announcements: 

Trivia Night. The Sophomore class will be hosting a Trivia Night fundraiser in the Ledyard High School Cafeteria, from 7-9pm on April 1. All teams may consist of up to 4 people and will pay $20 per team. The first place prize is $100 in Amazon Gift Cards. The second place team will get their $20 admission back. If you are planning to come, please RSVP sgalante@ledyard.net in advance to the event. 

Rowing Club. 
Interested in trying a different sport? Join members of the LHS Rowing Club as they participate in spring classes with the Noank Rowing Club. Classes start on March 26, so sign up asap. If you are new, see Mr. Jannke in room 211, email kjannke@ledyard.net, or visit https://www.noankrowing.org/classes for more information!

Story Telling Club. The Story Telling Club will meet after school next Friday, March 22, at 2:10pm in Room 115. Not sure what it's all about? Come give it a look and a listen to decide if it's for you!

Senior Dues. Attention seniors! It's time to begin collecting senior dues. Payments can be made during both lunch waves, beginning Monday, 3/4. Dues are $30 per student, unless you paid your $10 in junior dues last year. If you paid last year, senior dues are only $20. Please see Mrs. Hargus (403) or Mrs. Bumpus (413) with any questions.

Pfizer BT Scholars Program. The application period is now open until April 5.  Students must be 18 years of age by June 1, 2019 and enrolled in a college/university degree program related to computing and/or life sciences. Available to work from the end of June to the end of August, Monday-Friday.  Students are expected to work at least 7 of the 8 weeks and provide their own transportation to the Groton campus.  Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GrotonBTscholars2019 for the application.
Service Academy Night. Any freshmen, sophomores, or juniors potentially interested in attending one of the service academies is invited to attend an information night on Wednesday, April 24, at 5:00pm at the MG Maurice Rose Armed Forces Reserve Center in Middletown. See Mrs. Schwenk in the Career Center for additional information!

USCGA AIM Program. Hey Juniors, is the United States Coast Guard Academy the right college for you? Find out this July. The Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) program challenges and inspires rising high school seniors interested in serving their country and exploring technical degree programs.  For more information and to apply visit www.uscga.edu/AIM   Applications are open through April 1. Need based scholarships are available. 
American Legion Connecticut State Police Youth Week. The 18th Annual State Police Youth Week will be held at the State Police Training Academy in Meriden July 28 - August 3. This program is for students who have completed their junior year, and it offers insight into the training, duties and expectations of Law Enforcement Officers. It provides realistic experience, modeled after recruit training at the CT State Police Academy, and affords individuals considering a law enforcement career the opportunity to gain knowledge of the professional life of a police officer. Applications are available in the Career Center.

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