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

Daily Announcements @ LHS


April 24, 2017

Lunch:  French Dip Sandwich, Baked Fries, Baby Carrots, Diced Pears, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast: 4/25:  Banana Nut Muffin, String Cheese, Apple Slices, 100% Fruit Juice.

Juniors who would like to dual enroll for next fall, please stop by the guidance office.

Congratulations to the LHS Drama Club on an outstanding performance weekend!  I am so proud of your dedication and hard work. It all paid off. Great job!

Senior News:

Attention Seniors:  For third trimester, any senior with an 85% or better, no tardies and 1 or fewer absences per class can choose to be exempt from taking their final exam.  All absences will count unless it is school-related, one of their 2 allowable college visits for the year or a family funeral which must be pre-approved by Mrs. Rogers.

 

Baccalaureate Service for graduating seniors will be May 21st @ 6:30 PM in the Owen Bray Auditorium.  The speaker will be Kris VanBogelen. 

 

Seniors who would like to go to Cedar Point on May 25 please stop by the guidance office for a permission slip.  The cost is $40 per person.  This includes your ticket, an all day beverage pass for Coca Cola products and your transportation.  Any questions see Mrs. Munro.  The permission slip and money are due to Mrs. Munro  May 4.

College News:

I'm pleased to announce the EGC Women in Law Scholarship. This scholarship is now available to any female high school senior nationwide.  Our Deadline:  June 30, 2017, Award Amount:  $1,500.  Application:  http://www.egclegal.com/salt-lake-city-utah-car-accidents-lawyer/#scholarship-application

 

New Horizons Scholarship
Available to seniors who will be attending a vocational school, technical school or community college.  No 4 year colleges or universities.  Amount of scholarship:  $1,000.00 and renewable for one additional year.  Due date:  May 5, 2017.  Return scholarship application to Mrs. Pastol in the Guidance Office.

Sports:

The Lawton Girls Soccer team fought hard against Division 2 Harper Creek.  The girls held the game at 0-0 for all of the first half and well into the second half.  The Beavers were able to slide one goal in, and the Devil's just couldn't find the back of the net.  The Lady Devils take on Coloma Monday night at 6:00 at home to try and bring home another SAC win.  

Sports Physicals will be given on May 25th.  This event will be from 6-7pm and will be held at the High School. The cost for the physical is $25, due the night of the physical.

  • Physicals will be given to current and incoming high school students. No middle school athletes.
  • MHSAA Physical Examination Clearance Form (can be found on our website) must be filled out & signed by a parent or guardian for the student athlete to receive their physical.
  • Medical staff will be on site at 6:00pm to start physicals and will remain at the facility until all athletes who have checked in by 7:00pm have been seen.

April 25, 2017

Lunch:  Nacho Bar, Black Bean and Corn Salsa, Fresh Apple/Orange, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast: 4/26:  Yogurt, Crackers, Fruit Cup, 100% Fruit Juice.

Juniors who would like to dual enroll for next fall, please stop by the guidance office.

Senior News:

Attention Seniors:  For third trimester, any senior with an 85% or better, no tardies and 1 or fewer absences per class can choose to be exempt from taking their final exam.  All absences will count unless it is school-related, one of their 2 allowable college visits for the year or a family funeral which must be pre-approved by Mrs. Rogers.

 

Baccalaureate Service for graduating seniors will be May 21st @ 6:30 PM in the Owen Bray Auditorium.  The speaker will be Kris VanBogelen. 

 

Seniors who would like to go to Cedar Point on May 25 please stop by the guidance office for a permission slip.  The cost is $40 per person.  This includes your ticket, an all day beverage pass for Coca Cola products and your transportation.  Any questions see Mrs. Munro.  The permission slip and money are due to Mrs. Munro  May 4.

College News:

New Horizons Scholarship:  Available to seniors who will be attending a vocational school, technical school or community college.  No 4 year colleges or universities. Amount of scholarship:  $1,000.00 and renewable for one additional year. Due date:  May 5, 2017.  Return scholarship application to Mrs. Pastol in the Guidance Office.

Sports:

The Lawton Varsity golf team placed 4th in their first SAC tournament last Friday. The team shot a combined score of 192 including scores from Zach Barr, Andrew Gunnet, and Alissa Waite. Leading the way for the Devils was Drew Dailey with a 44. It was a great start to the season!

Lawton Girls soccer hosted SAC Coloma and came away with a big win. Even though Coloma struck first, Lawton quickly answered with a goal from Haley Berg.  Haley had a great night scoring 4 times for her team. Rounding out the scoring was Kristin Conner with 2 goals, Kiley Gibson, Tori Kerns, Melanie Bugarin and Ana Grimaldo each with a goal of their own. The girls travel to Schoolcraft Wednesday night at 5:00

Sports Physicals will be given on May 25th.  This event will be from 6-7pm and will be held at the High School. The cost for the physical is $25, due the night of the physical.

  • Physicals will be given to current and incoming high school students. No middle school athletes.
  • MHSAA Physical Examination Clearance Form (can be found on our website) must be filled out & signed by a parent or guardian for the student athlete to receive their physical.
  • Medical staff will be on site at 6:00pm to start physicals and will remain at the facility until all athletes who have checked in by 7:00pm have been seen.

April 26, 2017

Lunch:  BBQ Pork Sandwich, Tater Tots, Baked Beans, Melon Chunks, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast: 4/27:  Sausage/Egg/Cheese on a Bagel, Fresh Fruit, 100% Fruit Juice.

Juniors who would like to dual enroll for next fall, please stop by the guidance office.

Attentions Students: Please park appropriately in the parking lot.  No taking up two, three parking spaces and parking sideways etc.  Thank you

Senior News:

Attention Seniors:  There will be a mandatory class meeting next Thursday, May 6, during Achievement in the Owen Bray with Ms. Wilson.

 

Attention Seniors:  For third trimester, any senior with an 85% or better, no tardies and 1 or fewer absences per class can choose to be exempt from taking their final exam.  All absences will count unless it is school-related, one of their 2 allowable college visits for the year or a family funeral which must be pre-approved by Mrs. Rogers.

 

Baccalaureate Service for graduating seniors will be May 21st @ 6:30 PM in the Owen Bray Auditorium.  The speaker will be Kris VanBogelen. 

 

Seniors who would like to go to Cedar Point on May 25 please stop by the guidance office for a permission slip.  The cost is $40 per person.  This includes your ticket, an all day beverage pass for Coca Cola products and your transportation.  Any questions see Mrs. Munro.  The permission slip and money are due to Mrs. Munro  May 4.

College News:

New Horizons Scholarship:  Available to seniors who will be attending a vocational school, technical school or community college.  No 4 year colleges or universities. Amount of scholarship:  $1,000.00 and renewable for one additional year. Due date:  May 5, 2017.  Return scholarship application to Mrs. Pastol in the Guidance Office.

Sports:

Sports Physicals will be given on May 25th.  This event will be from 6-7pm and will be held at the High School. The cost for the physical is $25, due the night of the physical.

  • Physicals will be given to current and incoming high school students. No middle school athletes.
  • MHSAA Physical Examination Clearance Form (can be found on our website) must be filled out & signed by a parent or guardian for the student athlete to receive their physical.
  • Medical staff will be on site at 6:00pm to start physicals and will remain at the facility until all athletes who have checked in by 7:00pm have been seen.

Congratulations to the girls and boys track teams for coming away with a victory for each in dual meet action last night against Kalamazoo Christian!  The girls won with a score of 81 – 52 while the boys won with a score of 84 – 51.  It was a beautiful night for some good times, jumps, and throws for all of our trackletes.  Our next meet will be this Friday at the Schoolcraft Invitational.  Come out and support your favorite track team!!!  Hope to see everyone there!

April 27, 2017

Lunch:  Popcorn Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Dinner Roll, Corn, Applesauce, Salad Bar, Milk.

Breakfast: 4/28:  Pancakes, Orange Wedges, 100% Fruit Juice.

Juniors who would like to dual enroll for next fall, please stop by the guidance office.

Attentions Students: Please park appropriately in the parking lot.  No taking up two, three parking spaces and parking sideways etc.  Thank you

Please see Mrs. Rueff if you are interested in looking at or ordering pictures from the prom photographer.

Senior News:

Attention Seniors:  There will be a mandatory class meeting next Thursday, May 6, during Achievement in the Owen Bray with Ms. Wilson.

 

Attention Seniors:  For third trimester, any senior with an 85% or better, no tardies and 1 or fewer absences per class can choose to be exempt from taking their final exam.  All absences will count unless it is school-related, one of their 2 allowable college visits for the year or a family funeral which must be pre-approved by Mrs. Rogers.

 

Baccalaureate Service for graduating seniors will be May 21st @ 6:30 PM in the Owen Bray Auditorium.  The speaker will be Kris VanBogelen. 

 

Seniors who would like to go to Cedar Point on May 25 please stop by the guidance office for a permission slip.  The cost is $40 per person.  This includes your ticket, an all day beverage pass for Coca Cola products and your transportation.  Any questions see Mrs. Munro.  The permission slip and money are due to Mrs. Munro  May 4.

College News:

New Horizons Scholarship:  Available to seniors who will be attending a vocational school, technical school or community college.  No 4 year colleges or universities. Amount of scholarship:  $1,000.00 and renewable for one additional year. Due date:  May 5, 2017.  Return scholarship application to Mrs. Pastol in the Guidance Office.

Sports:

Sports Physicals will be given on May 25th.  This event will be from 6-7pm and will be held at the High School. The cost for the physical is $25, due the night of the physical.

  • Physicals will be given to current and incoming high school students. No middle school athletes.
  • MHSAA Physical Examination Clearance Form (can be found on our website) must be filled out & signed by a parent or guardian for the student athlete to receive their physical.
  • Medical staff will be on site at 6:00pm to start physicals and will remain at the facility until all athletes who have checked in by 7:00pm have been seen.

The Lawton Girls Soccer team traveled to Schoolcraft, and came away with a big SAC win. Madison Camfield is credited with the shutout, with Bella Rowlison stepping in goal for a bit.  Scores came from a plethora of Blue Devils!  Haley Berg and Kristin Conner each found the back of the net twice.  Mya Hill, Kiley Gibson, and Ana Grimaldo each put one on the board.  Kristin Conner drew a foul in the box early in the second half, and Madison Camfield finished off the scoring onslaught by burying her PK to give the Devils the win by mercy.  The Lady Devils host a strong Hacket Catholic team on Monday. Come cheer the Devils on to victory.