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 21 September


The LCHS Student Ambassadors for this year are as follows: Hannah Matthews, Cheyenne Nash, Noah Rust, Paige Thorpe, Rhonda Reeves, Parker White, Aaliyah Townsend, Zoe Steenbergen, and Jaden Hayes.


Spirit Week 17-21 September! Daily dress themes are as follows; Monday--"Make Yourself at Home PJ Day" Tuesday--"Home Away from Home Tourist Day" Wednesday--"Homie Twin Day" Thursday--"Wear your favorite Sports Team Day" Friday--"LCHS Gear Day"


This afternoon the Lady Cougar Basketball Players will be having MUMS for sale at the high school from 4pm- until SOLD OUT. Colors available will be yellow, red, orange, purple, and white for $12 each. Make plans to buy a mum or two or three...


This weekend the LCHS Cougar Band will be hosting the 21st Annual Logan County Festival of Bands.  We have 16 Bands coming to our campus to compete. If you have never been to a marching band contest this is a fun and exciting experience. Come out and support the band! General Admission is $5.00. 



Our boys and girls soccer teams are going to be playing Franklin-Simpson here on Thursday, September 27th starting at 5:30pm. We have decided to have a "White Out" and will try and fill the stands that night. Children ages high school and below will be admitted free. We are asking that you and your family come out that night and help fill the stands. Get your classes to come or maybe your club. These kids deserve a special night to help bring home a victory over Franklin. This will be the last District match of the season and the number one seed for both teams will be at stake. Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, Olmstead, and Chandler's, we are challenging you to see which school will have the most most students here that night. The challenge has been made....who will it be? This will also be Senior Night.


White Out shirts will be available next week for just $5 and will be sold on stage during lunch. These won't last long.


Students needing to fulfill their Graduated Driver License class will be able to do so 20 September, in Room 201, beginning at 4:00. If you still need to sign up for the Alive at 25 class, you may do so by visiting www.kentuckysafedriver.com or call 502.699.2295.


Applications for the 2018 Tobacco & Heritage Festival Queen's Pageant can be picked up at the front office. Applications are due to the Chamber by 21 September.


Sophomores and juniors can now sign up for the PSAT to be given in October. The test is a qualifying exam for the National Merit Scholars program and the score can also be used to help with GSP. Contact Mrs. McKinney for additional information.


Picture retakes and club pictures will be on 16 October (the second day we get back from break). JROTC pictures will be taken on 17 October (uniform day). 


Students that have taken a child development, early life span, foods, and/or nutrition class are encouraged to join FCCLA. If you are interested, contact Mrs. Taylor or Mrs. Morrow. Dues are $15.


Student Athletic Passes are currently on sale - $30 for the entire school year. Passes will get the high school student admittance to all home regular season LCHS Athletic events (excluding fundraiser events). 


Parking Passes are now available for purchase.


SAVE THE DATE! 04 December, the LCHS Music Department will continue their Christmas Concert event at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKYPAC) in Bowling Green. Concerts will begin at 7:00 p.m.


To veiw the journalism new site click on the following: LCHS Chronicle


The latest edition of LCCN News is available at the following:  LCCN News 

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