Daily Announcements 9/12

All students:
Tonight Ms. Kathy will do the ALS ice bucket challenge before the football game. Come cheer on Lake Braddock's biggest fan at 6:30 on the steps to the stadium.

The Gender and Sexuality Association, the GSA, will have an interest meeting on Tues Sept 16th in C212 at 2:30. Please join us for introductions, planning for the year and a discussion about the LGBTQ community at Lake Braddock.

Love math? In precalculus or above? Love helping your peers? Join math honors society! There will be an interest meeting on September 18 at 2:15 in H111.

Parking on school grounds is by permit only. If you park on school grounds without a parking hanger, you may be ticketed and your car could be towed.

The Teachers for Tomorrow program and FEA are selling cups again this fall.  Please contact Mr. Agner, Mrs. Worrest, or any Teacher for Tomorrow student with your request.  All Major League Baseball, National Football League, and most NCAA teams are available. ODU, VCU and JMU are new this year! We even have a personalized Lake Braddock cup! Sets of four are $18 and the Lake Braddock cup is $5 or a set of 4 for $18 as well. The spirit cups will be delivered mid-October  just in time for the MLB plays-off and football season to be in full swing! Thank you for supporting the Teachers for Tomorrow program and the Future Educators Association.

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

Attention Seniors: If you are on the current list to purchase a parking pass, you must buy it by Friday. Any passes not purchased by the end of the day, Friday will be forfeited. Passes are on sale at the concession stand during lunches. The cost of the hanger is $ 200.00. Checks should be made out to LBSS. On Tuesday, remaining parking spaces will be sold to Seniors only on a first-come, first-serve basis. On Wednesday September 17th any remaining parking spaces will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Underclassmen, this is your opportunity to purchase parking.

SENIORS! Monday, September 15, at 7:00pm the Counseling Department will host the Annual Senior/ Parent Program in the Little Theatre.  You will learn valuable information regarding  the college application process and applying for Financial Aid, searching for scholarships and about graduation requirements. It is very Important for all seniors to attend! See you Monday.

National Honor Society will be holding two Interest Meetings this year.  If you would like to become a member of NHS, please plan to attend one of the sessions.  NHS Interest Meetings will be held in the Lecture Hall during the Wednesday Bruin Blocks on Sept 17th & 24th.  We will be reviewing the Student Information Packet and answering questions. So, if you are a sophomore, junior or senior interested in NHS, mark your calendar NOW for Bruin Block Sept 17th OR 24th.

MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY

For those current 8th graders who are interested in applying to Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, commonly referred to as "TJ," mark your calendars because we will be holding an information session on Thursday, September 18th at 2:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall. TJ is a Fairfax County Public Schools regional governor's high school for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. Come learn about TJ, the programs, classes offered, and student life. Get details about the admissions process, what students can expect, and advice from admissions staff. It is estimated that the presentation will last one hour. Students whose parents cannot attend will need to arrange for a ride afterwards because late buses will not be running yet.

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