|JV Soccer Team Fundraiser - November 19th-21st |
The JV Soccer Team will be hosting a fundraiser from November 19th-21st in the foyer. All the money colleceted will go to the One World Futbol Association. They provide soccer equipment for underprivileged communities around the world, giving youth the equipment needed to play soccer.
|Globalization Class Fundraiser - December 2nd-3rd|
Globalization Class will be selling Honey from December 2nd-3rd in the foyer! During the fundraiser, we plan to show clips from our documentary as well as potentially have a station for students to write letters to legislatures about the necessary changes that need to be made to help the bees.
Peer Connect Mentor Program
The Peer Connect Mentoring Program is designed to help ease the transition to LWHS by pairing incoming freshman with juniors and seniors who act as mentors throughout the year. These supportive relationships will empower and enlighten incoming students and launch their successful journey at the school. Many activities will be offered throughout the school year to enhance the mentor/mentee relationship. Apply here
Bienvenidos is an annual event for Latino families in the LWHS community. Every August, right before school starts, current and new families gather for a picnic at a nearby public park. Families enjoy carne asada, agua fresca, and many other homemade dishes.
|Black Student Union|
The LWHS Black Student Union hosts their annual family picnic every August to bring in the school year and welcome new families at Mosswood Park. Families gather around the BBQ, enjoy watching students play basketball and end the day with ice cream. BSU's mission is to promote social and cultural awareness and foster relationships amongst the Black community at LWHS.
|Geo-Based Family Gatherings|
Students and their families get together to meet other families within the LWHS community who share geographical, cultural, and other like-minded interests.
Student Leadership Trainings
Jobs, Internships, and More
|StuCo serves as the governing body for students at LWHS. There are 5 executive offices: Co-Presidents, Co-Vice-Presidents, Community Networker, Secretary, and Treasurer. There are also three representatives for each grade. In addition to school-wide leadership, LWHS aims to teach students involved in student council about the basic tenants of civil discourse and democratic, representative decision-making.|
|Check out the student newspaper online. The award winning Paper Tiger is run by the Journalism class. |