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Daily Student Bulletin
Wednesday, May 16th
Daily Student Bulletin
Wednesday, May 16th
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Congratulations to our Girls Golf team for placing second at the district tournament. Mckenzie King, Vy Nguyen, Bethany Locke and McKenna Plowman will advance to the state tournament for our Patriots. Way to go team!
LHS girls tennis team completed the District – level postseason tournament yesterday. Playing well, finishing the Tournament in 2
place Singles and earning a berth in the State Tournament was Liberty’s Luciana Sobrino. Finishing in 5
place Doubles was Liberty’s Team of Victoria Scott and Renita Kolica. Renita and Victoria with a win in their final match qualified as first alternate in the State Tournament. Other members of the LHS Girls Tournament Team were: Catherine La, Sarah Stucky, Halle Abel, Bridget Ury, Trish Ho and Rachel Catalani – all who played well in the postseason.
Congratulations to the boys golf team who won their 2nd straight district championship. Congratulations also to Senior Chase McIntosh who won his 2nd consecutive individual district championship. Moving on to state next week are Seniors Chase McIntosh and Cole Sherman, Sophomore Jack Hultquist and Freshman Parker Nolan.
Yearbooks will go on sale on Monday, May 21
. They will be available for seniors only on Monday and then everyone else on Tuesday the 22
. You need to bring cash or check to the bookkeeper. There are only 40 available -- they will sell-out so please do not wait.
Annual Battle of The Bands is this Friday at 7pm in Landback Auditorium. Come see seven student bands and the LHS Staff band play covers and originals. Tickets are $5 with ASB and $7 without.
Juniors: Come to the College & Career Center next Monday during either lunch for a college essay brainstorming workshop. This will be different from our first two sessions, and you won’t want to miss it!
Attention seniors: We are still waiting to hear from 47 students from the Class of 2018 on your plans after graduation. Check your email for a link to the Senior Exit Survey or stop in the College & Career Center to get it. This information is used for the Senior Edition of the Patriot Press as well as the grad program. Whether your plans are going to college, taking a gap year, working, pursuing a trade, or something else entirely – we want to know what our seniors will be up to. Please complete the survey this week!
Seniors are you planning on Graduating this year? Check out the RED “Seniors In Danger” sign outside the ASB Bookkeeper’s window. If your student ID number is on the list, you have been identified by one of your teachers that you might not pass their class and
not graduate. Please talk to your teacher and determine what you need to do to earn a Passing Grade. Good Luck. Only six weeks left.
Hey Seniors - Prom tickets are on sale until Thursday this week and will not be sold at the door. Guest passes are available online and due TODAY.
Hey seniors! Please send in pictures of you and your fellow seniors to
. We want everyone in the slideshow for graduation!
NO CLUB MEETINGS TODAY
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The Issaquah School District complies with all applicable federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities, or employment related matters, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees are designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, District Title IX Coordinator, Section 504/ADA Coordinator or Compliance Coordinator for 28A.540 and 28A.642 RCW, in writing or by telephone. The Issaquah School District will also take steps to assure that national origin persons who lack English language skills can participate in all educational programs, services and activities. For information regarding interpretation and translation services or transitional bilingual education programs, contact Kathy Connally in writing or by telephone.
For general information or to be directed to a specific department, please contact the ISD Receptionist at 425-837-7000.
Amanda Dorey, Title IX Coordinator
Stacey Zachau, District HIB Coordinator
Amanda Dorey, Civil Rights Compliance Officer
Pam Ridenour, Section 504 Coordinator
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