Daily Bulletin

Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School Bulletin for Tuesday, February 28, 2017

LTCHS Administrators
Principal Mr. Lower Gr 13

Vice Principal Mr. Plastow Gr 12

Vice Principal Mrs. Lehman Gr 11

Vice Principal Ms. Bevan Gr 10

Vice Principal Mr. Rawlusyk Gr 9

Monday, February 27 - Tuesday, February 28, 2017


    Tickets for Thurber’s mainstage musical, Anything Goes, are on sale now! They are available at www.eventbrite.com. The show runs March 16, 17 and 18 at the Memorial Centre.


    There will be a Japanese Exchange Meeting Wednesday this week after school.


    The 11th Annual Snow Ball Dinner and Dance happens this Friday night at Festival Hall. Dance tickets can be purchased all week at the bookstore and at the door for $15, but if you plan to purchase a dinner/dance combo ticket for $35, it must be done today or tomorrow./ul>


      Thurberwear will be on sale Monday - Friday this week in Room 1308 during the lunch period. Selection includes: hoodies, sweats, jackets, track pants, back packs, socks & hats; AND you can even customize it! See Mr. McMullen in the PE office for more details. /ul>


        Basketball semi-final play-offs begin this week. The senior girls host Lacombe on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. and the boys are at Notre Dame Thursday at 7:30. Come out and cheer on your RAIDERS!
        Congratulations to our curling team! Our players encouraged each other and their opponents and exceeded expectations while earning the silver medal at the Zone play downs in Camrose this past weekend.
        All grade 9-12 boys interested in playing rugby this year please meet in Mr. Plants room (2305) during FLEX today for a quick meeting.
        Anyone in grades 9-12 that are interested in playing Team Handball this year needs to attend a short meeting at the start of flex on Wednesday, March 1st in room 1308.


        Want to learn how to use the rowing machines in the power station, come to one of the sessions Monday or Wednesday in Flex. You must attend a session to be able to use the machines when you are in the power station at lunch, in flex or after school.


        A huge congratulations to our Canadian Improv Games team for placing fourth in the province last weekend. Our very own Hayley Nieth picked up the Spirit of the Games Award for her improv skills and her embodiment of the loving competition that is the spirit of the Canadian Improv Games. Next week Thurber Improv is off to the Northern Alberta Improv League again; stay tuned for upcoming lunchbox theatre shows!

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