• Congratulations to the boys swim and dive team who won their final dual meet of the year against Interlake last night.  The team finished second in the Kingco league this year and will send 26 athletes to the champs next week.  Noteworthy accomplishments from yesterday’s meet include divers TJ Tribble, Riley Greenheck and Michael Wong who swept the diving competition, with Tribble taking first and Wong competing in his first varsity competition.  Senior Chase Cour also made a splash by finishing his first 100fly, an unusual accomplishment for a first year swimmer!  In addition, senior Will Wick bettered the state qualifying time in the 100fly – his first of the season.  And finally, the divers relay is now tied up with the captains relay for bragging rights!  
  • Next Tuesday during both lunches, the Career Center will be hosting a mini part-time job fair in the commons. We will have 8 employers on site that have multiple opportunities for after school, evening, and weekend jobs. Be ready to impress by having a resume on hand – stop in the Career Center if you would like help getting your resume polished!
  • The blood drive is February 5th! Signups will resume on Tuesday January 30th after finals! Don’t miss your opportunity to donate and help save 3 lives in our community! Bloodworks Northwest supplies blood to 90+ hospitals and clinics. Your donation may even help people you know. It’s in your blood, sign up on the 30th! Remember donate blood, eat cookies, save lives!
  • Need an energizing meal to fuel your brain during finals? Stop by the Patriot Pantry during your lunch and ask for the $6 lunch! For only $6, you can get a warm and toasty sandwich and cool refreshing smoothie to get you through your dreaded finals. 
  • Attention LHS Girls:  Are you considering coming out for the Girls TENNIS Team?  If yes, there will be a Players Meeting on Tuesday, January 30th from 3-4pm in the Career Center.  It is important for all players who wish to be on the Tennis Team to attend.  See you there.