Students in both Photography Class and Yearbook Club attended the Josten’s Yearbook Convention at the Buffalo Zoo. Students meet with an artist to discuss and design the 2020 book as well as listened to guest speakers in the field of design and photography. After the presentations, students were then allowed to walk the zoo and partake in a photo scavenger hunt contest. It was a great day and students are truly excited for next year’s yearbook theme!
On December 21st, before a week long break, our school celebrated the holiday with fun games and movies. The Santa run is a relay and you have a team that dresses up as fast as you can in a Santa suit and run back and forth across the gym. There were many more games and after that there were different movies in different classroom. Following that, students were released from school for Christmas break.
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An 8th grade student, Gvani, was selected to create a cover for a book created by the local Veterans Organization. The cover was to incorporate all forms of service and Lyndonville in some way. Gvani, selected to use the iconic shoe tree to represent the town.
Studio Art created paper sweaters for the annual ugly sweater contest. Faculty and staff vote on the sweaters via 5 categories; most festive, most likely to actually wear, most original, most ridiculous and the funniest.
The senior play is when all the seniors who want to participate in a play get together and practice until the ‘big day’. Many seniors participated this year in the senior play. The play this year was called ‘Crimson House Murder’. Many people came out and supported the seniors. I heard the play was funny and people thanked the seniors for putting time and effort into this years’ production.
Mr. Wolford’s class had a interview with Mrs. Bow. In this interview they had to answer some basic questions she asked them. Some questions were about the persons social abilities with strangers and where they would work. The answers they gave and how they presented themselves help with them passing the interview. The students needed a firm handshake and to answer honestly.
It’s that time of year again when our amazing district sets aside a day to celebrate our community and Christmas time as it approaches. The day starts at 8:00am on Saturday, December 1st with a community breakfast at the Presbyterian church here in Lyndonville and continues the great many activities such as the craft show at the high school, horse drawn carriage rides, a basket raffle, my favorite the Christmas tree lighting ceremony and much more. We are so excited to see what this year’s sponsors have put together!
On Wednesday November 7 Lyndonville high school studio art students went on a field trip to the Albright Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo. They all observed the amazing art pieces in the gallery. Students went on a tour and learned a lot of information about the famous artists.
Last week, on October 29th, student council hosted a Halloween dance in the school cafeteria for grades 7-12. There was karaoke, pizza, and a lot of dancing to a student-made music playlist. If you missed out this year, come check out the Halloween dance next year!
This year, Halloween in Lyndonville was wet and chilly, but the unique and interesting costumes made up for it. The children’s faces brightened when they received treats from friends and neighbors. The community came together and celebrated together as one.