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 LNHS Calendar of Events 2018-2019 (4)

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October-November 2018 Newsletter


Congratulations to our boys and girls soccer teams who both qualified for the State Tournament last night!  The girls team beat Lakeville South 1-0 after double overtime and a shootout.  The boys team beat Rochester Mayo 1-0. More information to follow once the state brackets have been set!  North or None! (added 10/17/18)

Congratulations to Senior, Lucas Stevenson from Troop 260, for achieving rank of Eagle Scout on July 5, 2018.  Lucas’ Eagle Project was Refurbishing the Mary Garden at All Saints Catholic Church.  He and his team removed and replaced the existing rock and liner of the reflecting pool in the garden.  Lucas’ Court of Honor will be held in November at All Saints.  (added 10/17/18)

All:  Let’s come together for kindness, inclusion and acceptance – watch for activities in the cafeteria next week and drawings for free UNITY DAY T-SHIRTS!!   October 24th is Unity Day! (added 10/17/18)

All:  Please review the following link about donating or receiving assistance from the Lunches for Lakeville campaign.   (added 10/17/18)

Boys Basketball:  All students interested in trying out for boys basketball must attend a mandatory meeting immediately after school on Friday, October 26. Students in grade 10-12 will meet in Mr. Haddorff’s room 330 and students in 9th grade will meet in Mr. Mundt’s room 211.   (added 10/17/18)

9th-12th: Lakeville SOUTH will be hosting Navigating the College Search this year on Oct. 29, at 7pm in the LSHS Auditorium. The guest speaker will be James Johnson, from North Dakota State College of Science, Enrollment Services/Admissions Specialist and will be speaking to all Lakeville students and their parents. He will speak about college admission, requirements, tuition, scholarships, etc. Plus, he will give insight on what students and parents need to know about the college process.   Don’t miss out on this informative presentation. (added 10/17/18)

ALL –  If you turned in an application for Student Voices please check your email for the information on our first meeting.  Also please join the Schoology Group as outlined in the Email – If you turned in an application and did not get an email – Please contact Mr Joswiak, Ms, Einess, Ms Baese, Ms Botterill, or Ms Niemann.    (added 10/17/18)

All:  The Dean’s office will be closed October 18-19. Admin office closed October 19.  

Students – check the lost and found in the Admin office this week as we will be donating items soon. (added 10/16/18)

All:  Congratulations to Sophomore Calvin Porter from Troop 268 on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout on October 9, 2018.  Calvin’s project was collecting entertainment through schools and troops to donate to Children’s Hospital. The goal was to help kids and their families during difficult times by providing them with entertainment for their visit. In total, Calvin’s project collected, prepared, and donated over 2,000 movies, video games, and controllers as well as a slushy machine.  (added 10/16/18)

Wrestlers:   Wrestling captain’s practices will be held this week on Monday.  Starting next week, practices will be held on Monday and Wednesday up until the start of the season. Meet outside the wrestling room after school if you would like to participate. If you have any question talk to Johnathan Tieu or Nathan Fenske. (added 10/15/18)

Juniors! Thanks for your great attendance and attention at the Career Seminar last Thursday during PASS.  Please remember to turn in your completed Career Seminar Reflection assignment to Ms. Hrdlichka in the Career Center. If you were unable to attend the seminar, please check your gmail for instructions for the make-up assignment. You will watch a video of a seminar session, take notes, complete the reflection questions, and turn in a hard copy of the assignment to the Career Center. (added 10/15/18)

Girls Lacrosse:  The Fall Girls Lacrosse Parent/Player Meetings will be held on Monday, October 22nd at the Century Middle School Cafeteria.

  • Players will have a meeting first at 6:30pm with the Coaches. Any player who would like to be a varsity captain will need to be ready to share why they want to be a team captain.
  • The fall parent/player meeting will start at 7:30pm and the Booster Board members and Coaches will share important information about apparel, fundraising, season expectations, and more. (added 10/15/18)

All:  Volunteers are needed for Eastview Elementary’s Fall Harvest Dance from 4:30pm -8:30pm on Friday, October 26th. A pizza dinner will be served to all volunteers.  Please use the following SignupGenius link to sign up to help with this fun event. (added 10/15/18)

All:  If you are a DI or DII athlete that will be signing a NCAA Letter of Intent on November 14, please contact Lisa Heilman in the Activities Office by November 2.   (added 10/11/18)

All:  If you are considering participating in college athletics, please check out information from the NCAA on our website.  (added 10/11/18)

All:  Do you like watching movies? Join Film Theory Club! Watch movies together, talk about them, and eat snacks! Meetings are in room #240 on Mondays after school! The first meeting will be on Monday, October 22nd!   If you have questions please email Olivia at

All:  Student Council will be hosting our first BLOOD DRIVE  for students 16 years or older Wednesday Oct 24th . Students 16 years old need a signed consent form available outside room 314. Sign up with a student council member or in room 314. See Mrs. Cutshall with questions.  (added 10/10/18)

From the Career Center:  College Visits, Job Postings, and Volunteer Opportunities

College/Military Representative Visits  (also available on the LNHS, Calendar website)

All students must obtain a pass to attend a visit BEFORE the day of each visit






Rensselaer Polytech (RPI)



Upper Iowa



Michigan Tech University

Job Postings:  LNHS is often contacted by local employers specifically seeking LNHS students. Students are invited to come to the Career Center before and after school or during lunch to view the flyers and emails sent by these companies.  LNHS makes no representations or guarantees about positions and is not responsible for any aspect of outside employment or the information they provide.  A brief summary of what can be found in the binder is here.

Volunteer Opportunities:  LNHS is occasionally contacted by companies or groups seeking volunteers.  We believe volunteerism is an important component to preparing successful future-ready students.  Opportunities can be found by following this link.

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