Today for lunch there will be spaghetti, mini corn dogs, pepperoni ripper, and a hamburger bar.
Today’s Spirit Day theme is “Country vs Country Club,” and tomorrow’s is “Jersey Day.” Please dress up to show your school spirit.
It’s time to announce the Homecoming proposal winners. Congratulations to Clayton Lee and Kailee Bachman, RJ Wagner and Ava Thorson, and Wes Heiss and Alana Ramos. Thank you to everyone who submitted their proposals.
Safe and Sober is selling tickets for a blanket raffle. Tickets are $10, or six for $50. The winner will be drawn this Friday at the Homecoming game. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Hill in the attendance office every day this week by noon.
Homecoming tickets can be purchased at both lunches every day this week. Tickets are $10 or two for $15. Homecoming shirts are also being sold for $10 each.
The Women’s Empowerment Club will meet today after school in Mrs Bakker’s room ST205 to discuss upcoming events. All are welcome.
The following colleges will be visiting LHS: Boise State University on October 16th, and Gonzaga University on November 2nd. Also make sure to mark your calendars for the college fair October 26th at 6-8pm in the commons. More information coming soon.
If you want to participate in the Bengal Olympics assembly this Friday, a sign up sheet for different events can be found in the commons. Please sign up if you are interested.
Today is the Mental Health Resource and Club Fair! Come join the counselors during both lunches to learn about various resources in our community. In addition, several LHS clubs will have tables set up, so come out and learn how you can get involved. The event is scheduled to take place in Alumni Court but it may be moved indoors depending on weather.
There will be a Native American Culture Club meeting today at 2:30pm in Room SN101. Please stop by during the lunch period to sign up for the Nez Perce Language Club on Wednesday as well.
The following students have been selected as The Bengal Way students for September. Congratulations to Josie Ausman, Chase Calkins, Forrest Delka, Genevieve Lovetere, John Markwell, Braxtyn Peterson, Lillian Samuels, Eva Steele, Mason Valek, and Mykal York.
As always, Friday is Bengal Pride Day. Students are expected to wear purple and gold. Prizes will be awarded to the best-dressed students who show their school spirit.