"Hollywood Knights" dinner and concert
The Lake Havasu High School Band and Orchestra program is doing their annual “Hollywood Knights” concert fundraiser, hosted by the LHHS Band Boosters, this coming Saturday (March 7) at 6:00 pm at Thunderbolt’s Cafeteria!
One ticket buys you a choice of a pasta buffet dinner and dessert, entertainment provided by the lovely sounds of the instrumental music program, and a chance to bid on any of the great items offered in our silent auction. Items include gift cards and gift certificates to local restaurants and stores, home decor and custom made granite cutting boards, and work/office/school supplies from Staples, Dillard's, and JC Penney; to name a few.
One singles ticket is $20, and a couples ticket is $35. Corporate tables are also available for purchase for $150, which include 6 dinners and mention of your business in our program and at our event.
If you or your business is interested in donating items to our silent auction or if you would like to buy tickets to attend our special event, please contact the Band Boosters (928-230-8211) or LHHS music teacher Kimberly Palmieri Schreiber. We will also be selling tickets at the door.
Thank you so much for your support, and we hope to see you this Saturday for a fun musical evening! More...
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Use some of your tax refund to join the tax credit program
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Recent articles from River Scene Magazine
River Scene Magazine features stories about Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area. Here are links to several recent stories about Lake Havasu Unified School District.
- Smoketree Students Get a Big Surprise 2/20/15
- Education Spotlight: Lynn Burns, School Nurse 2/16/15
- Teacher Spotlight: Brian Zemojtel History Teacher at LHHS 2/9/15
- Teacher Spotlight: Rebecca Pehling 1/7/15
Donation to pay for new marquee at LHHS
The Lake Havasu Unified governing board, during its regular meeting on February 17, 2015, approved purchase of a new marquee for Lake Havasu High School. Money for the marquis was donated by Mr. Jeff Guylas. Our thanks to Mr. Guylas and his family.
More about the marquee | More about the meeting
Joanne Vianos receives K-12 Foundation Golden Apple Award
The K-12 Foundation for LHUSD#1 presented the Sherry Dailey Golden Apple Award for February, 2015 to Joanne Vianos. Mrs. Vianos teaches 5th grade at Havasupai Elementary School. More and a picture.
LHHS selected to host 2017 student leadership convention
Lake Havasu High School has been selected to host the 2017 state convention of the Arizona Association of Student Councils. The event is expected to bring 2000 out of towners here for a weekend in early 2017. Congratulations to students and staff involved in student government for making this happen. Read more in the newspaper | PowerPoint
Board tables vote on 2015-16 Athletic fees
The Lake Havasu Unified governing board held a special meeting at 7 p.m. on February 3 to talk about 2015-16 athletic fees. Lake Havasu High School athletic director, Roger Burger, reviewed a PowerPoint presentation he had given at a board work session on January 22. He then recommended the board approve option #1 from his presentation—an $800 annual athletic fee per athlete. Acting board chairman, Pat Rooney, asked for comments from audience members. Many suggested the board postpone a decision on fees until there could be more discussion in the community. As a result, the board voted to table (postpone) a final vote on high school and middle school athletic fees until March 26. More about the February 3 meeting...
Other recent stories
Stories from our website or other sites.
- Changing the world starts with a handshake 1/16/15
- Let's talk about measles
- Congratulations to our newest NBC teachers
- Solar Project signs at LHHS and district office
- Hour of Code activities: brain exercise for all ages 12/15/14
- Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching (AzMERIT) 11/14
- Congratulations to LHHS counselor Sarah Skemp 10/3/14
- Legendary Teacher Day in Havasu 9/25/14
- K-12 Academic Recognition Banquet honors students and teachers 5/13/14
- L.H.H.S. F.B.L.A. state competition results 4/24/14
- SkillsUSA students at 2014 State Competition 4/18/2014
- Ad designers earn $$$ for their classrooms 3/4/14
- Story archive
Stories from the local newspaper. (These links will take you to the newspaper's website.)
- Oro Grande 1st grade students celebrate Thanksgiving 11/26/14
- Starline 6th graders show off Rube Goldberg contraptions 11/21/14
- Havasu students hit groove in blended learning pilot 11/18/14
- Old Skybox restaurant to become WAVE JTED Culinary Arts school 9/10/14 (More about this in the JTED newsletter.)
- Thunderbolt seeking wins in classrooms 8/13/14
- Story Archive