Lawton High School
Lawton High School
101 Blue Pride Dr.
Lawton, MI 49065
Office: 269.624.7800
Fax: 269.624.6554
Attendance: 269.624.7802
School Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
Hourly Schedule:
1st Hour: 8:00 - 9:06
2nd Hour: 9:10 - 10:16
3rd Hour: 10:20 - 11:26
Achievement: 11:30 - 12:00
4th Hour: 12:04 - 1:40
5th Hour: 1:44 - 2:50

Tammy Wilson
Principal

Darcy Munro
Guidance Counselor

Chris Richter
Athletic Director


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Daily Announcements @ LHS


March 9, 2020

Lunch:  Homemade Crunch Wrap, Bean Dip, Nacho Chips, Wild Rice, Fresh Fruit, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast:  3/10  Apple Cinnamon Muffin, String Cheese, Juice.

Attention Students:  Prom will be April 18th at 8 pm at Lawton Community Center. Cost is $30 per ticket. All money and guest forms are to be turned in at one time. We will not accept your money until you have everything together.  The deadline to purchase your tickets is March 30th and you can purchase your tickets in the office.

March is Reading Month and we want to catch people reading! For the next three weeks, we will be encouraging students to read by holding a raffle for Barnes and Noble gift cards. Here is how you can get tickets for the raffle. 

  1. Check out the Recommended Reading display outside of the library and ask Mrs. Rogers for a slip to recommend something to read for your peers. You will get a raffle ticket for filling out the slip and submitting it to Mrs. Rogers.
  2. Get Caught Reading! Staff members have raffle tickets to hand out if they catch anyone reading. The more often you read, the more often you get tickets, the better the chance you have to win. 
  3. The drawings will be held every Friday in March. 

Everything you touch has germs that stay on your hands. Make clean hands a healthy habit everywhere you go so you don’t get sick.   Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and after, keep from touching your face. #KeepHandsClean  

Paw Paw Cinderella Project giving free gowns to local high school girls attending prom. 

  • All local and neighboring high school girls are welcome to attend with one guest. 
  • Our wish is for you to leave with a beautiful FREE gown or formal dress!
    • Sunday, March 15th, 2020 from 10am - 2pm 
    • Located at Harvey House Salon
    • Help make dreams come true this prom season!
    • We are accepting donations of gently used gowns, shoes and jewelry until Saturday, March 14th.
    • Contact Jenna with questions misspawpawscholarshipprogram@gmail.com 
    • Donation drop off location:
      • Harvey House Salon
      • 29063 East Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw MI 49079

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Do you like to help people? Are you wanting to connect more with your peers? We are potentially adding a new class next year that will give you the opportunity to do just that! If you would like more information on this new class come and see Mrs. Otto ASAP! 

All schedule changes for next trimester need to be made by this Friday.

Any students that would like to schedule their class for next year, please sign up in the guidance office.  If you don’t Mrs. Munro will schedule your classes for you.

Sports:

Congratulations to Kiana Auton and Sarah Dekoning for earning Honorable Mention all SAC for Ladies Basketball this season. Great job Ladies.

All cheerleaders need to make sure uniforms, poms, and warm ups are returned to coach James by Monday, March 9.  She will be in the middle school foyer from 3-3:30 Friday (tomorrow) or all items may be dropped off on Sunday at Coach's house.  Any items not returned by Monday, March 9, will be billed to each athletes parents.  No items should be returned to Mr. Ricther or the office.  These uniforms will not be accepted.  Thank you for your help.

March 10, 2020

Lunch:  Chicken tenders, fries, roll, corn, applesauce, salad bar, milk

Breakfast:  3/11 yogurt, crackers, fruit cup, juice, milk 

Attention Students:  Prom will be April 18th at 8 pm at Lawton Community Center. Cost is $30 per ticket. All money and guest forms are to be turned in at one time. We will not accept your money until you have everything together.  The deadline to purchase your tickets is March 30th and you can purchase your tickets in the office.

March is Reading Month and we want to catch people reading! For the next three weeks, we will be encouraging students to read by holding a raffle for Barnes and Noble gift cards. Here is how you can get tickets for the raffle. 

  1. Check out the Recommended Reading display outside of the library and ask Mrs. Rogers for a slip to recommend something to read for your peers. You will get a raffle ticket for filling out the slip and submitting it to Mrs. Rogers.
  2. Get Caught Reading! Staff members have raffle tickets to hand out if they catch anyone reading. The more often you read, the more often you get tickets, the better the chance you have to win. 
  3. The drawings will be held every Friday in March. 

Everything you touch has germs that stay on your hands. Make clean hands a healthy habit everywhere you go so you don’t get sick.   Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and after, keep from touching your face. #KeepHandsClean  

Paw Paw Cinderella Project giving free gowns to local high school girls attending prom. 

  • All local and neighboring high school girls are welcome to attend with one guest. 
  • Our wish is for you to leave with a beautiful FREE gown or formal dress!
    • Sunday, March 15th, 2020 from 10am - 2pm 
    • Located at Harvey House Salon
    • Help make dreams come true this prom season!
    • We are accepting donations of gently used gowns, shoes and jewelry until Saturday, March 14th.
    • Contact Jenna with questions misspawpawscholarshipprogram@gmail.com 
    • Donation drop off location:
      • Harvey House Salon
      • 29063 East Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw MI 49079

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Do you like to help people? Are you wanting to connect more with your peers? We are potentially adding a new class next year that will give you the opportunity to do just that! If you would like more information on this new class come and see Mrs. Otto ASAP! 

All schedule changes for next trimester need to be made by this Friday.

Any students that would like to schedule their class for next year, please sign up in the guidance office.  If you don’t Mrs. Munro will schedule your classes for you.

March 11, 2020

Lunch:  Macaroni and Cheese, Garlic Toast, Green Beans, Sliced Pears, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast:  3/12  Sausage/Egg/Cheese on a Bagel, Fresh Fruit, Juice.

Attention Students:  Prom will be April 18th at 8 pm at Lawton Community Center. Cost is $30 per ticket. All money and guest forms are to be turned in at on time. We will not accept your money until you have everything together.  The deadline to purchase your tickets is March 30th and you can purchase your tickets in the office.

March is Reading Month and we want to catch people reading! For the next three weeks, we will be encouraging students to read by holding a raffle for Barnes and Noble gift cards. Here is how you can get tickets for the raffle. 

  1. Check out the Recommended Reading display outside of the library and ask Mrs. Rogers for a slip to recommend something to read for your peers. You will get a raffle ticket for filling out the slip and submitting it to Mrs. Rogers.
  2. Get Caught Reading! Staff members have raffle tickets to hand out if they catch anyone reading. The more often you read, the more often you get tickets, the better the chance you have to win. 
  3. The drawings will be held every Friday in March. 

Everything you touch has germs that stay on your hands. Make clean hands a healthy habit everywhere you go so you don’t get sick.   Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and after, keep from touching your face. #KeepHandsClean  

Paw Paw Cinderella Project giving free gowns to local high school girls attending prom. 

  • All local and neighboring high school girls are welcome to attend with one guest. 
  • Our wish is for you to leave with a beautiful FREE gown or formal dress!
    • Sunday, March 15th, 2020 from 10am - 2pm 
    • Located at Harvey House Salon
    • Help make dreams come true this prom season!
    • We are accepting donations of gently used gowns, shoes and jewelry until Saturday, March 14th.
    • Contact Jenna with questions misspawpawscholarshipprogram@gmail.com 
    • Donation drop off location:
      • Harvey House Salon
      • 29063 East Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw MI 49079

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Do you like to help people? Are you wanting to connect more with your peers? We are potentially adding a new class next year that will give you the opportunity to do just that! If you would like more information on this new class come and see Mrs. Otto ASAP! 

All schedule changes for next trimester need to be made by this Friday.

Any students that would like to schedule their class for next year, please sign up in the guidance office.  If you don’t Mrs. Munro will schedule your classes for you.

Sports:

Josey Buentello placed 7th among 20 competitors in her weight class at the State Powerlifting meet last weekend.  She finished with a 720-pound total and ALSO just broke the school record for deadlift, in her first hour strength and speed class, with a 340-pound lift.  Well done Josey!!

March 12, 2020

Lunch:  Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza, Broccoli or Peas, Sliced Pears, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast:  3/13: Pancakes, orange wedges, juice, milk. 

There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting Wednesday, the 18th in the art room during achievement. Please make sure to attend, with important upcoming dates! 

Attention Students:  Prom will be April 18th at 8 pm at Lawton Community Center. Cost is $30 per ticket. All money and guest forms are to be turned in at on time. We will not accept your money until you have everything together.  The deadline to purchase your tickets is March 30th and you can purchase your tickets in the office.

March is Reading Month and we want to catch people reading! For the next three weeks, we will be encouraging students to read by holding a raffle for Barnes and Noble gift cards. Here is how you can get tickets for the raffle. 

  1. Check out the Recommended Reading display outside of the library and ask Mrs. Rogers for a slip to recommend something to read for your peers. You will get a raffle ticket for filling out the slip and submitting it to Mrs. Rogers.
  2. Get Caught Reading! Staff members have raffle tickets to hand out if they catch anyone reading. The more often you read, the more often you get tickets, the better the chance you have to win. 
  3. The drawings will be held every Friday in March. 

Everything you touch has germs that stay on your hands. Make clean hands a healthy habit everywhere you go so you don’t get sick.   Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and after, keep from touching your face. #KeepHandsClean  

Paw Paw Cinderella Project giving free gowns to local high school girls attending prom. 

  • All local and neighboring high school girls are welcome to attend with one guest. 
  • Our wish is for you to leave with a beautiful FREE gown or formal dress!
    • Sunday, March 15th, 2020 from 10am - 2pm 
    • Located at Harvey House Salon
    • Help make dreams come true this prom season!
    • We are accepting donations of gently used gowns, shoes and jewelry until Saturday, March 14th.
    • Contact Jenna with questions misspawpawscholarshipprogram@gmail.com 
    • Donation drop off location:
      • Harvey House Salon
      • 29063 East Red Arrow Hwy, Paw Paw MI 49079

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Do you like to help people? Are you wanting to connect more with your peers? We are potentially adding a new class next year that will give you the opportunity to do just that! If you would like more information on this new class come and see Mrs. Otto ASAP! 

All schedule changes for next trimester need to be made by this Friday.

Any students that would like to schedule their class for next year, please sign up in the guidance office.  If you don’t Mrs. Munro will schedule your classes for you.

Sports:

Josey Buentello placed 7th among 20 competitors in her weight class at the State Powerlifting meet last weekend.  She finished with a 720-pound total and ALSO just broke the school record for deadlift, in her first hour strength and speed class, with a 340-pound lift.  Well done Josey!!