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Community News

 
Lovejoy ISD Community News Page
 
 
 
We are happy to share news from our schools, programs, booster clubs, student organizations, Foundation for Lovejoy Schools, community, and more.
 
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School Information 
 
 
 
NEW! WSMS Service Learning Project - April 22 & 23
On April 22 & 23, all WSMS students will participate in our Spring Leopards by Nature Service Learning Project.   
 
All 7th and 8th grade students will work outside on campus during their science classes to:
  • Improve and maintain our edible garden area
  • Install donated bird feeders and pollinator houses
  • Install new native landscaping and pollinator garden next to edible garden area
  • refresh/maintain existing native landscaping
  • Install and create a new outdoor class seating area
 
Prior to this project, students will receive an introductory lesson on the importance of native plants, habitats, and ecosystems to their community and school.
 
Here’s how you can help:
  • Volunteer! Parent and community volunteers are needed (see sign up genius link). It’s been quite an unusual year, so don’t miss this opportunity to serve alongside our students. 
  • Donate/Loan! A wish list (see sign up genius link) for items we need purchased or loaned to the school to make this possible. 
  • Purchase a t-shirt! Revtrak link coming soon...we are encouraging students to purchase a Leopards by Nature t-shirt for $12 designed by 7th grader, Hannah Xie. All profits from t-shirt sales help fund purchase of compost, mulch and native plants and flowers. 
  • Become a Sponsor!  We are seeking local businesses to sponsor this year’s Leopard by Nature Service Learning event. Your company logo will be featured on the back of the t-shirt designed by 7th grade student Hannah Xie. Sponsors help us stretch our dollars to make biggest impact. Thanks for considering!
 
Senior Projects / Service Projects
 
 
 

 

 
 
Booster Clubs
 
 
 
Lovejoy Lacrosse will be hosting Lovejoy Lacrosse Day which is our annual fundraiser and will be honoring our seniors in their final home games on Saturday, April 17th.  We would like to invite the community to come see what lacrosse is all about!  We are thrilled to hold the event at the Lovejoy High School stadium this year.  The day will kick off with youth games from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm.  The girls’ varsity game will begin at 5:00 pm, and the boys’ varsity game will begin at 7:00 pm.  Food will be available all day, so we invite you to stay and enjoy the games.
 
Community Organizations
 
 
 
 
 
 

NLJC

 

 

Join the National League of Junior Cotillion

 

The National League of Junior Cotillions invites you to be a part of our 2021-2022 Junior CotillionPre-Cotillion, and High School Cotillion season.  Visit our webpage at www.nljcnorthtexas.com to learn about our programs, view schedules, and to register.  Registration is open.  To request an invitation packet, please email DirectorLaura Walsh, at laura.walsh@nljc.com.  We look forward to seeing your child in our programs!

City of Lucas Events 

 

 

 

Onward to the Movie in the Park - April 9th 

featuring Disney Pixar’s Onward

 

The first ever Lucas Movie in the Park event is coming to the Community Park on Friday, April 9, 2021 featuring Disney Pixar’s Onward. Onward follows the adventures of two brothers as they embark on a magical journey to bring their family back together. So, come and join us for this incredible family-friendly event as our first Movie in the Park. Did we mention there will be free snacks and drinks, a free movie, and free parking? It is all FREE!

 

The Community Park is located at 665 Country Club Road. Parking for the event will open at 7 pm and the movie will begin at 8 pm following sunset. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the spring weather with your family. The City cares about the health of its citizens, so you are encouraged to follow CDC guidelines.