Nora Walters and Keith Nye from Reynold's Subaru spoke to the Personal Finance classes about the used car buying process. Nora discussed the steps involved in purchasing a used car and Keith explained the financing part of car buying.
Mr. Wang, teacher of Chinese at LOLHS, spoke to the International Business class on Friday. He told the students about the Chinese culture, the political environment, the government set up, our trade relations, and what it takes to start a business in China. Mr. Wang also included information about what it was like for him when he was growing up in China compared to today. He included information about the history of the Country and how it evolved to the current day. Students in the class are studying various countries and their business set ups. In addition to Mr. Wang, they have heard from class members who spent time living in other places around the world.
On Monday, March 13, LOLHS will be hosting its second blood drive of the year. The Red Cross will be taking donations from volunteer LOLHS students from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm. Signups can be done in the Commons during lunch this week. To be eligible to donate you must be 17 or older or 16 with a signed consent form. Consent forms can be picked up at the blood drive. Please remember to eat a good breakfast and drink before you donate.
By: Alyssa Spooner & Sr. Vazquez
The Spanish Honor Society recently had the honor and pleasure of speaking to LOLHS alumni Colleen Walsh about her Spanish minor at the University of Alabama. Along with her studies, Colleen volunteers at a local school organization and during this she speaks Spanish to the children there, she elaborated on the experience of speaking Spanish in another environment other than in her academics and the new skills she has developed because of it. Additionally, Colleen talked about how she experienced speaking Spanish in a medical setting at a local hospital when she volunteers, another environment in which SHS members have yet to experience. Colleen offered incredible insight to Spanish speaking in the post-high school years, and the Spanish Honor Society is beyond delighted to have had the opportunity to speak to her!
This month Amnesty sold Valentine goodies to the students and faculty. Each goodie came with a small toy and cute note to the person's valentine. All the profits were donated to Safe Futures; a program focused on dealing with domestic violence. Raising $169 for Safe Futures!
Students also worked on this month's Black History Month board. The theme was Black Resistance and included lesser-known leaders in black culture.
GREAT WORK, ELLIOT!
4: ASVAB testing
5: Academic Letter Ceremony @ 8 am
5: Sophomore Parent Night @ 6:30
6: 1/2 day for students
9: NO SCHOOL!
11: Safe Grad Mtg @6:30
17: Band Concert @7
18: PSAT TEST DAY! NO SENIORS!!!
18: PAB Mtg @ 6:30
23: Financial Aid Night @ 6:30
24: Meet the Chorus Concert @ 7
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