April 2015  
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Below are some of Lisa Bentley's 7th grade
science students completing the Best Beak activity.
This determines how the shape of a bird's beak can be related to the amount of food it can obtain.
Lisa 1Lisa 2Lisa 3Lisa 4 

Dia Grabb Winfrey, 2001 LCHS graduate, who works for the Department of Juvenile Justice as a Juvenile Probation and Parole Officer spoke to the 8
th grade about the consequences of poor decisions and what will happen to them if they break the law.  Mrs. Winfrey was very straight forward and honest with the students about what can happen to them if they are in possession of drugs, to watch out for adults trying to get them to handle their drugs, the very real threat of sex trafficking, prominence of gangs, being mindful of what they send over their phones and social media, and what goes on in a youth detention center.  Students asked question afterwards.  This is the third year Mrs. Windfrey has spoken to the eighth grade.  She enjoys talking to students in hopes that she may help teenagers and influence them to think before they do something that could change the rest of their lives.

Dia Winfrey
Pictured with Mrs. Winfrey: Dre Beard, LaChelle Bennett,
Anthoney Allen, Wesley Landrum, Dia Winfrey, DeJa Parks, J
ackson Wood, and Breanna Miller


Lisa Bentley’s seventh grade science students played
the "Oh, Deer" game to show how environmental factors and resources can cause populations to increase or decrease.

Mr. Dukes

Will McWhorter of Woodmen of the World presented           Mr. Dukes with a donation to go toward the purchase of
new band uniforms.


Marion Aycock, Transportation director, spoke to Amy wheeler’s physical science classes about how engines work. 
He also talked with them about the new propane school bus.  He showed them the engine explaining the differences between the diesel bus and the propane bus.                       He also took them for a short ride so that they could experience the feel and hear the difference riding on that bus as compared to the diesel ones. 

There will be a mandatory parent meeting
to discuss the Jr. Beta Trip
to Williamsburg Tuesday, April 21st.




New 7th Grade Immunization Requirements
Georgia's Immunization requirements for children attending seventh grade have been revised to align with the current Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) , the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) , and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
Effective July1, 2014, all children born on or after January 1 2002 who are attending seventh grade, and children who are new entrants into a Georgia school in grades eight through twelve, must have received on dose of Tdap vaccine and one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine.