Tuesday, March 19, 2019

March 19, 2019


 Good morning Lobos, today is Tuesday, March 19, 2019.


Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  Sign up during lunch this week to participate.  


Attention Seniors

If you are wanting to go to PROM and you did not purchase the Senior Fee, Prom tickets are on sell through SCHOOL CASH for $70.  This is only for Seniors who did not purchase the Senior Fee.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Mendez.  More Information concerning Prom can be found on the Bulletin Board outside of the AP office. 


Do you want to help some pets out? Well you can donate to the LCHS theatre ensemble pet drive. Come and bring your donations to the theatre hallway and help these puppies and kitties out until the end of March! You can bring blankets, beds, cotton balls, q tips, or cat food! All the donations will be going to Citizens for Animal Protection!!!


The Langham Theatre Department will be competing at UIL One Act District Contest Tuesday tonight at the Berry Center.  Tickets are $10.00 and Langham will perform at 8:00pm. Come out and support the Cast and Crew of Silent Sky.


Are you interested in taking the Health Science (rotations) or Practicum (CNA, EMT, Pharm Tech) classes next year?  If you were unable to attend an information meeting, you can still pick up an interest packet in room 1912.  All interest packets must be returned no later than 3 PM on March 22nd.


Hey, are you interested in a career in medicine? Well if you are than pick up an application to be a student athletic trainer.  Anyone that is interested in being a student athletic trainer you have until the end of school this Friday 03/22/2019 to turn in your application packets.





We would like to invite everyone to our Color Guard Season Showcase at the Berry Center this Friday, March 22 featuring guards from 11 of the high schools.
Admission is Free!!! So come out and support our girls!!

The first performance begins at 6:40pm.  Our girls will perform later in the evening with our  JV Guard performing at 7:48 pm and our Varsity Guard performing at 8:48 pm. Doors open for spectators at 6 pm, and we ask that you please use Entrance 2. Clear Bag Policy for all spectators and concessions will be available during performances on the Concourse level. Come early and enjoy the evening.

 
 


Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

 

 

Monday, March 18, 2019

March 18, 2019


Good morning Lobos, today is Monday, March 18, 2019.

 

Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  Sign up during lunch this week to participate.  

 
Do you want to help some pets out? Well you can donate to the LCHS theatre ensemble pet drive. Come and bring your donations to the theatre hallway and help these puppies and kitties out until the end of March! You can bring blankets, beds, cotton balls, q tips, or cat food! All the donations will be going to Citizens for Animal Protection!!!


The Langham Theatre Department will be competing at UIL One Act District Contest on Tuesday March 19th at the Berry Center.  Tickets are $10.00 and Langham will perform at 8:00pm. Come out and support the Cast and Crew of Silent Sky.


Are you interested in taking the Health Science (rotations) or Practicum (CNA, EMT, Pharm Tech) classes next year?  If you were unable to attend an information meeting, you can still pick up an interest packet in room 1912.  All interest packets must be returned no later than 3 PM on March 22nd.


Tonight is the second district game for the Langham Creek Water Polo Teams. The boys and girls face off against the Cy-Ridge Rams. We need the support of Lobo Nation, come cheer them on as they fight for a spot in the regional tournament. The girls play at 4pm and the boys play at 4:45pm tonight at the Pridgeon Natatorium. Go Lobo Polo!


Hey, are you interested in a career in medicine? Well if you are than pick up an application to be a student athletic trainer.  Anyone that is interested in being a student athletic trainer you have until the end of school this Friday 03/22/2019 to turn in your application packets.


Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

Friday, March 8, 2019

March 8, 2019


 Good morning Lobos, today is Friday, March 8, 2019.


Congrats to the Cast and Crew of Silent Sky they brought home the following awards at Zone Contest!

Best Tech Crew

Honorable Mention All-Star Cast

All-Star Cast 
All-star Technician 
Advancing show

They will be competing at District Contest on March 19th.


Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  For more information, please see Mr.  Mendez or Mr. Bemiller during all lunches.  Official sign-up will begin following Spring Break  


Are you interested in taking the Health Science (rotations) or Practicum (CNA, EMT, Pharm Tech) classes next year?  If you were unable to attend an information meeting, you can still pick up an interest packet in room 1912.  All interest packets must be returned no later than 3 PM on March 22nd.


Athletes please note that starting today the athletic training room has moved into Room 1402 for the remainder of the year. There are signs posted as reminders.


Did you attend Sampson, Holmsley or Wilson Elementary? The student Council at these three schools are granting scholarships to their former students. If you would like to apply, please stop by counselor’s corner during all three lunches for an application.


Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

 

 

Thursday, March 7, 2019

March 7, 2019


 Good morning Lobos, today is Thursday, March 7, 2019.

 

Please come out and support Langham Theatre as the One Act Play Company performs Silent Sky  at Zone Contest at the Berry Center today!  Langham will perform at 5pm. Please arrive 10 – 15 minutes early, as once the doors close they do not allow late entry. Tickets are $10! 


Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  For more information, please see Mr.  Mendez or Mr. Bemiller during all lunches.  Official sign-up will begin following Spring Break  


Attention members of the Triple Club and Engineering, Robotics, Computer Science and Cisco students....don't forget that you have been field tripped tomorrow... Friday....1st and 2nd periods...to hear a guest speaker discuss college life and careers in engineering...as well as what the future holds for careers in technology that will help you get ready for your next steps and life after Langham......Mr. Mark Potter is the Chief Technology Officer for HP Enterprise...you don't want to miss it!! Go directly to the Auditorium for 1st period on Friday if you're on the list.


Would you like to take home a Chromebook and mini Wi-Fi, for Spring Break?  Stop by the library for more information. 


Did you attend Sampson, Holmsley or Wilson Elementary? The student Council at these three schools are granting scholarships to their former students. If you would like to apply, please stop by counselor’s corner during all three lunches for an application.


Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

March 6, 2018


Good morning Lobos, today is Wednesday, March 6, 2019.


Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  For more information, please see Mr.  Mendez or Mr. Bemiller during all lunches.  Official sign-up will begin following Spring Break  


Would you like to take home a Chromebook and mini Wi-Fi, for Spring Break?  Stop by the library for more information. 


Did you attend Sampson or Wilson Elementary? The student Council at these two schools are granting scholarships to their former students. If you would like to apply, please stop by counselor’s corner during all three lunches for an application.


Please join the Bailadoras today at Willie's Icehouse - Copperfield for Spirit Night - anytime from 4pm to close.  Just tell your server to mark you down with the Bailadoras on your receipt!  We hope to see you there - Thank you for your support!

Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

 

 

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

March 5, 2019


 Good morning Lobos, today is Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

Gentlemen- If you are interested in participating in a week-long event that focuses on leadership, professionalism, and accountability –sign up for Guy’s in Ties! Young men who participate in the week’s events will also attend a special presentation from author and life coach Hershell Earnest.  For more information, please see Mr.  Mendez or Mr. Bemiller during all lunches.  Official sign-up will begin following Spring Break  

 
The Langham Creek Water Polo teams, executed well against Jersey Village but ultimately fell short. The lady lobos were able to reel in the falcons all the way to 7-10 but could not overcome a tough 2nd quarter. Way to go Lobo Polo!

Do you like to argue? The Speech & Debate team are hosting their weekly meeting in room 1914. Today we are voting for officer positions and taking year book pictures so plan to be there! Ask any debate team member for more information.

Would you like to take home a Chromebook and mini Wi-Fi, for Spring Break?  Stop by the library for more information. 

MODEL UN is having a meeting after school today in Mr. Dean's classroom.  

 
Did you attend Sampson or Wilson Elementary? The student Council at these two schools are granting scholarships to their former students. If you would like to apply, please stop by counselor’s corner during all three lunches for an application.

Hey Lobos. Interested in becoming a Student Athletic Trainer? If so, be sure to pick up an application from either Ms. Neeley or Mr. Hebert in room 1507. The deadline will be coming up fast.


Are you interested being a mentor and role model to elementary and middle school students? If you are going to be a junior or senior next year then PALs may be the class for you. You can pick up an application in PB 43 from Mrs. Anfinson or PB 35 from Mrs. Spivey.

Please join the Bailadoras this Wednesday, March 6th at Willie's Icehouse - Copperfield for Spirit Night - anytime from 4pm to close.  Just tell your server to mark you down with the Bailadoras on your receipt!  We hope to see you there - Thank you for your support!

Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!

 

 

 

Monday, March 4, 2019

March 4, 2019


 Good morning Lobos, today is Monday, March 4, 2019.


Over the weekend, the LC Varsity Winter guard competed in Austin at a Winter Guard International Regional event, where they placed 4th out of 34 groups in their division from across the Southwest US. This makes the second event this year for the group to place and earns them the record of placing in the Top 4 at every WGI event they have attended in the past 2 years.  This weekend in finals, they also earned top place finishes in the categories of dance and show design. Way to go Lobo Color guard!!

The Langham Creek Water Polo Teams competed in the Wolfpack invite over the weekend. Both the boys and the girls competed against some of the top teams in the city. The girls were able to make it all the way to the championship game and only fell short of victory by 2 goals. Tonight the water polo teams have their first official district match against Jersey Village. Come out and watch them take on their district rival at the district natatorium starting at 4 and going to 6 o'clock. Go Lobo Polo!


Would you like to take home a Chromebook and mini Wi-Fi, for Spring Break?  Stop by the library for more information. 


MODEL UN is having a meeting after school this Tuesday in Mr. Dean's classroom.  


It was an exciting Sunday in Tomball yesterday as both the boys and girls bowling teams competed at regionals. Both teams bowled extremely well. The boys fell a little short of making states, but the girls finished third and will be going to Grand Prairie March 31st to compete at States.  A reminder to all bowlers JV and Varsity; we will be taking a year book photo in the gym Tuesday at 2:55 remember to wear your shirts.


Hey Lobos. Interested in becoming a Student Athletic Trainer? If so, be sure to pick up an application from either Ms. Neeley or Mr. Hebert in room 1507. The deadline will be coming up fast.


Are you interested being a mentor and role model to elementary and middle school students? If you are going to be a junior or senior next year then PALs may be the class for you. You can pick up an application in PB 43 from Mrs. Anfinson or PB 35 from Mrs. Spivey.


First, I would like to apologize for the delay in announcing Lobo of the Month. Secondly, I would like to thank you all for the wonderful number of nominations December, January and February; it is amazing that we have so many Seniors making a positive impact here at Langham Creek!
It was a GREAT voting turnout, as we had a variety of our staff members
who submitted ballots to vote for their selections!

 

Teachers describe December’s Lobo of the Month as a great student committed and dedicated not only in the athletic arena but in the academic venue as well.  This student is also described as a standout leader in various organizations such as National Honor Society as well as on her softball team.

 
Lobo of the Month for December is…

Hailey Samuelson

 

Teachers describe January’s Lobo of the Month a fantastic student who gives of herself daily to better the school.  She helps where needed, focuses on things that matter in our school and is an overall kind and helpful person.

Congratulations to Hailey on all of your hard work!!!


Lobo of the Month for January is…


Ariana Chagas


Congratulations to Ariana on all of your hard work!!!

 
Teachers describe February’s Lobo of the Month as a strong student who constantly works to achieve at a high level. He is also described as dedicated with a strong work ethic.


Lobo of the Month for February is…


Ryan Trejo

 
Congratulations to Ryan on all of your hard work!!!

 

My name is Malakai, and my name is Danielle. We are two members of the Student Mental Health Alliance and we are here to bring you the Monday Morning Mental Health Minute.

 

Being a high school student is tough. The challenges we face can be stressful and challenging, and it’s natural for all of that stress to get you down. There are times when you may feel sad, withdrawn, irritable, and alone. Feeling this way sometimes is natural, but if you have felt this way for a long time and haven’t been able to find a way to make yourself feel better, you may be depressed.

 

According to recent studies, rates of depression among teens are high and on the rise. Depression doesn’t just make you sad. Depression can affect how much you sleep and eat, whether you’re able to enjoy fun activities, how well you are able to put thoughts together, and how well you get along with other people. Depression affects you in ways that may make it difficult to function from day to day.

 

The good news is, there’s help. There are many effective treatments for depression.   The first step to getting help is to talk to someone you can trust. Talk to your parents, a counselor, a teacher, or a friend and say, “I need help.”

 

This is Malakai and Danielle reminding you – It’s OK not to be OK.


Lobos, Always remember the Power of the Pack; Pride, Accountability, Community and Kindness!