Friday, November 10th proved to be, yet again, a wonderful demonstration of LOLHS' gratitude and honor for our local Veterans. Our Wildcat Band and Chorus performed with heart and soul that stole the show. Grace Zembruski was a fantastic Master of Ceremonies. Maya Cook made the opening remarks reminding us about the history of Veterans Day. Lieutenant William Sanford was introduced by his son, Noah, as this year's guest speaker who shared some insightful thoughts about what it means to serve for our country. Our VFW announced the winners of the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest. Students submitted essays responding to the question "What Are The Greatest Attributes of Our Democracy? Congratulations to our four essay contest winners: Chase Calderon, Simon Karpinski, Ryan Shapiro and Charlotte Speigle. Their essays will be forwarded to the state level for judging and thank you to Simon and Chase for sharing their winning essays with the entire audience.
It was a beautiful ceremony for our Veterans - the heroes who have unselfishly dedicated their lives fighting to provide us with the freedoms we hold near and dear as American Citizens. We thank them for joining us on Friday and making the day so special
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15: Festival of Bands
16: ½ Day PD / Progress Reports
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