The LHIS PTO recently held its annual Tailgate Party. Everyone had a great time. Tailgate attendees enjoyed great performances, food, and games. All proceeds went the the LHIS PTO, and the funds raised will help toward the purchase of new outdoor equipment.
LHIS Kicked off their annual Red Ribbon Week festivities with an inspirational rally. Students from the LHJH and LHHS performed and speakers talked about the importance of being “Drug Free.” One of the kids' favorite drug free themes was “Dress like a Rock Star.”
Students in Savannah Brown’s classes, at LHIS, chose to commemorate the third anniversary of Adam Brown’s passing by participating in one of his favorite past times: a donut relay! Each class lined up and had to eat a glazed donut, as fast as they could, without using their hands. To prove that they had finished their donut, each student had to open their mouth and stick their tongue out. Nathan lined up and joined the relay while Kelly helped serve the donuts. Kelly and Nathan also joined Savannah in releasing green and white balloons to honor Adam, and all those that serve in the armed forces. It was a beautiful day and a great way to celebrate Adam’s life. The students had a blast!
The Intermediate School track meet has been rescheduled due to inclement weather. The meet will now be held on Monday, May 20th. Students, please don't forget your sack lunches!
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that this year's flu season is one of the worst seasons in the last few years. The flu virus is spread in droplet form and is very contagious. The risk of infection and spread of influenza viruses can be reduced by taking a combination of actions.
School closing announcements due to inclement weather will be made through local media, on the district website and by telephone. If you have changed your primary contact number since initial registration or if you have not received any calls from the district this year, you should update your telephone number in order to receive automated notifications. Please contact your child's school office to update your contact information.
Several art students from Lake Hamilton participated in the 2011 Arkansas Art Educators Region 5 Art Show at the ArtChurch in downtown Hot Springs during Gallery Walk. Of the 39 ribbons handed out, art students from Lake Hamilton won 14, including four 1st place winners that are going to state. See all our winners...
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