The Senior Project is a culminating high school initiative that demonstrates a student’s ability to write, speak, acquire and apply knowledge, solve problems, and apply a variety of skills, including time management and task analysis. It is intended to demonstrate what students know and can do as they prepare to graduate.
Senior Project Presentations will take place during the 2019-2020 school year at Lovejoy High School on the following dates:
If you are interested in supporting/judging senior project this year, please use the Google Form to sign up for any date(s) that you are available: https://forms.gle/qWUjK4jKh61vvUSu5
If you have any additional questions, please email Mary Shaw Cabrera firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundation for Lovejoy Schools
Join us as we celebrate the fourth annual LHS Campus Exhibition. We are excited to celebrate 55 thoughtfully selected works that exemplify the variety of vision, voice, and process our students take on in our LJVA studios. The work juried for this show was chosen from all levels of study in the LHS Visual Art program as examples of excellence and innovation by our LJVA Gallery Managers; Kiley Boots, McKenna Christiansen, Grace Flinchbaugh, and Hunter Ruiz. We invite you to come and see this wonderful selection of works during school hours until November 18th.
The Festival is requesting your assistance with volunteering (parents from any campus are welcome to volunteer) and donations of both chili and baked goods. Please visit the Lovejoy ISD Fine Arts Website for additional information to include schedules, volunteer sign-ups, and more. For additional information, please contact Fela Mathy at email@example.com.
Join us on December 7th to kick off the holiday season at Granite Park in Plano for the 2nd Annual Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run event. This fun and festive event will include holiday food samples from area restaurants, games for the entire family, and entertainment on the new stage on the lake. The highlight of the morning will be the holiday themed costumes and the sounds of jingle bells running or walking through the streets of Plano to help us conquer the nation’s leading cause of disability.
Register online at www.JBR.org/Plano.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, please reach out to Aashik Khakoo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 469-354-8343.
Did you know that it is estimated to take 500+ years for one styrofoam item to decompose in our landfills? In an effort to keep styrofoam out of our landfills, the Turn Lucas Green group would like to bring awareness to the Lucas community about our Styrofoam Recycling Program!
The First Saturday of every month, Turn Lucas Green has a Styrofoam Drop Off Event in the Lucas Starbucks parking lot (next to the Lucas Walmart) from 1:00-3:00pm! Please rinse, clean, and collect your Styrofoam throughout the month and bring it to the drop off.
Acceptable Styrofoam items are all marked #6 and include:
- fast food clam shell containers
We CANNOT accept packing peanuts
Please join Turn Lucas Green Facebook and Twitter groups for
up-to-date reminders and Recycle Events going on in and around Lucas!!
Make a difference & Recycle♻️