|"If the grass is greener on the other side, water your grass."|
| Frightfully Fun|
Halloween Carnival a Spooky Success
Lower School goblins showed off their costumes on October 29 during Lakehill's annual Halloween parade. Kindergarten students led the procession down the main hallway and through the building, before proceeding to the gym for the Carnival. Parents, students, and faulty members lined the hallways to enjoy the procession.
This lively event, a long-standing Lakehill tradition, is planned and executed by parent volunteers from the Parent Faculty Club (PFC). The newly formed Dad's Club lent a hand with a scarier-than-usual haunted house. Seventh and eighth grade students organized some of their own games for the younger students and worked the booths.
Hundreds of students, family members, faculty, and staff enjoyed this year's event, complete with a cake walk, bounce house, and face painting. "We had wonderful volunteers and great participation," said PFC President Michelle Crow. "I especially want to recognize Colleen McCall and Elizabeth Ferguson, who did such a great job organizing the Carnival. Everyone had a great time."
| Connecting with Their Community|
Falls Brings New Opportunities to Serve Others
After the success of Lakehill's Community Service summer camps, a new club has been added for students in Lower School and in Middle School. The Club, called Community Connections, gives students the opportunity to engage in additional community service projects outside of school. Monthly events are held after school and on weekends and participation is on a sign-up basis.
In October, Club members focused on helping homeless families with children, currently the fastest segment of the homeless population. Lower School club members made Cookie Jars to "Welcome Home" previously homeless families moving into apartments through Interfaith Housing Coalition. Middle School students spent a Saturday at Family Gateway, entertaining children with a variety of crafts and games while their parents attended a financial workshop.
Get That Warrior Spirit!
The Varsity Cross Country team will be off and running in the DRC 5K on Sunday at White Rock Lake.
The Warriors fought to the finish but were unable to overcome Garland Christian Academy's high-powered offense, falling 48-27. Read more here.
Friday's home finale against McKinney Christian will be Senior Night for Lakehill, as well as a battle for the final spot in the
TAPPS State playoffs. Kickoff is at 7:30pm at the Warrior Athletic Complex.
In the News
Congratulations to Lakehill senior Sarah Baker
who was selected as Dale Hansen's McDonald's Scholar Athlete in his Sunday Sports Spectacular. View the clip here.
Sarah was also selected as theVerizon FiOS Channel 5 Scholar Athlete of the week. Sarah was one of only ten selected out of more than one hundred entries from across the Metroplex. The show airs this Saturday at noon on Channel 5.
| What's Happening?|
Dads' Club Meeting
Sisteens Stocking Stuffers Collection
Every year, the Sisteens group collects new, small gift items to fill holiday stockings for the 150 senior citizens who attend Lakehill's annual Holiday Luncheon. Find out more about how you can brighten the holidays for these senior citizens.
Ninth Grade Canned Food Drive
The Freshmen Class is collecting canned goods to benefit the Wilkinson Center food pantry. If 300 non-perishable food items are collected by Friday November 5, the entire school will earn a Jeans Day.
Please drop donations in one of the boxes near the main entrance or north entrance.
Trick or Treat for UNICEF
The orange collection boxes can be turned in at any time to your child's teacher or class sponsor. All boxes are due by November 12.
November 11, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, ESC
Upper School Preview
All seventh and eighth grade students and their parents are encouraged to attend this event to find out more about Lakehill's Upper School. To attend, please RSVP to 214-826-2931, ext. 102 or email@example.com.
Middle School Fall Day Out
Trek for Tech
Upper School Musical: Brigadoon
Lakehill's Upper School Performing Arts Department presents Brigadoon. Mark your calendars for November 19 and 20 at 7:00pm and November 21 at 2:00pm for a musical fantasy that is fun for the whole family. General admission is $5 and Lakehill students are $3. Tickets are available at the door. Get more information here.
Breakfast at 8:30am; Program at 9:30am
Classes dismiss at 11:00am for Thanksgiving Holiday
Lakehill welcomes grandparents, parents, and special friends to the annual Grandparents' Day Celebration on Tuesday, November 23. The celebration begins at 8:30am with a breakfast reception in the cafeteria. The program, which includes performances by various student groups, will begin at 9:30am in the auditorium. School is dismissed at 11:00am and there is no after-school care.
The Spirit Shop is Open! Great New Styles!
Visit the Spirit Shop and get ready to show your Warrior spirit!
Wednesday morning, 7:30 - 8:15 am
Thursday afternoon, 2:45 - 3:45 pm
Find out more about fall Community Service opportunities.