Upcoming Cyber Conference, CyberSHEro! This event aims to empower young women like you to explore the exciting and crucial field of cybersecurity. Date: Saturday, June 22nd 2024 Time: 9:30 am – 3:00 pm Location: University of North Georgia, Dahlonega About the Conference: CyberSHEro is an initiative designed to introduce young women to the world of cybersecurity, a field that offers endless opportunities for innovation and problem-solving. Through workshops, interactive sessions, and keynote presentations, attendees will gain valuable insights into the benefits of pursuing a cybersecurity education. This event will also feature opportunities with professionals and peers who are passionate about cybersecurity. Why Attend? Gain insights into the growing field of cybersecurity. Participate in hands-on workshops and activities. Connect with inspiring female leaders in the industry. Learn about career paths and educational opportunities in cybersecurity. Be part of a supportive community of like-minded peers. Registration Details: Attendance to CyberSHEro is free for all high school students. To secure your spot, please visit this link and complete the registration form by June 12th! If you have any questions or need further information, please don't hesitate to contact us at caconneely@ung.edu. We hope to see you there!
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The Principal’s Podcast, Episode 21. LCHS Senior, Zoha Munshi In this episode, Mavis Poore and Abiela Parker talk to Zoha Munshi about her travels and inspiration. Zoha offers advice for up-coming high school students and rising seniors, and she even provides helpful constructive criticism about senior-junior pranks. Download: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/cih6bi8gu7bqgve4/Zoha1.mp3 Episode: https://LCHSPrincipalsPodcast.podbean.com/e/the-principal-s-podcast-episode-21-lchs-senior-zoha-munshi/ Share: https://www.podbean.com/eas/pb-avnvr-160eb4f
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According to students, Yearbook Day 2024 “ate”! Editors Maggie Bearden (11), Breanna Donahue (11), Isaac Parker (12), and Phoebe Smith (11) created the theme “Are You Ready For It?” last May. LCHS students exceeded expectations in academics, arts, sports, vocational studies, and clubs the previous year, so this year’s theme was a direct challenge to students to repeat those successes, and they delivered. The neon colors and psychedelic design juxtaposed with the formal serif font symbolize the chaotic, but focused and determined nature of our students.
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We will be live-streaming our Class of 2024 Graduation Ceremony beginning at 7:00 PM this evening. To watch online, go to: www.youtube.com/lumpkincountyschools #TR1BE
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Liv Lusky wins the honor of “Most Positive” Athletes in the State for the 2024 School Year! For the 10th consecutive year, the Positive Athlete organization has named their State Award Winners for Georgia, where Student-Athletes representing 28 different boys’ and girls’ high school sports have been selected as the “Most Positive” in their categories.
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Seniors took a walk through the halls of the LC Elementary Schools today. Former teachers and students congratulated them as they visited. Keep Making Memories!
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Key Club held its first Duck Derby at Yahoola Creek this past weekend. Thank you for all those that supported this event and congratulations to our three winners!
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In Mrs. Phillips Promotion and Digital Marketing classes, students participated in Food Truck Wars. Students created a Food Truck business and completed marketing and promotion materials, along with other essential business materials. CTAE students/teachers/LCHS Administration voted on their top food truck businesses.
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2024 Powderpuff Game...The seniors won!! This is the 3rd year in a row that the Class of 2024 has won PowderPuff!
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Congrats to our 1600m & 800m state champ in men's track!
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Congratulations to all upperclassmen for their achievements! Tonight's honor ceremony awarded over $5.3 million in scholarships alongside other acknowledgements. In addition, Georgia Student Finance Commision saved LC parents $454,800 through dual enrollment. Way to go students!
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LC hosted the Honor Educator Breakfast today. This is a tradition for seniors holding an academic record with a GPA of 3.0 and above. We have 142 honor graduates this year and each invited the most impactful educator from their academic career to date. They shared breakfast, memories, and fellowship together this morning! Congrats to both the honor graduate and their honor educator!
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Human A & P completed a lab on the digestive system - they watched bananas, crackers and cookies move through the system to create a final bi-product.
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Capstone Day- seniors dressed for success while they heard from State Representative Will Wade about civic participation, woodmen of the World regarding financial planning, and Keller Williams reps ---on home investments.
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LC Men's Tennis takes on Dawson in the Final Four Match TODAY (5/4) @ 1:30 pm @ LCHS- Come Out & Support our Tribe!
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Mr. Maloney and Mrs. Estes’s classes joined the Anatomy class to watch food travel through the digestive system.
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Thank you to Jesse Turk FP-C who is a flight paramedic with Phoenix Air. Jesse spent the day in healthcare classes teaching them about the Respiratory System and the life saving measures they perform in his profession. Jesse demonstrated how to place an endotracheal tube for someone who is unconscious and unable to breath. The students also practiced this technique and it provided an excellent hands on lab!
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Ms. Westafer’s classes competed in March Mammal Madness! They researched “combatants”, made decisions on who they thought might win a competition, and filled out a bracket. Winners received bragging rights and these incredible trophies made by Ms. Westafer!
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Ms. Westafer’s AP bio class investigated bird beaks and how they are adapted to various habitats and prey. Each “island” has a different “species” and they compared their success to the success of other bird beaks. Islands included Rock Worm Island, Water Beetle Island, Dead Log Island, and Nectar Island.
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Congratulations to juniors Ainselee Hernandez and Bricen Popko- they have been selected as Questbridge College Prep Scholars this summer. They are among a very small amount of students selected from over 16,000 student applications around the nation who will be on the fast track of matching with prestigious Questbridge partner universities and colleges for a full-ride college scholarship after high school.
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