Media News…The third quarter continued to be great in terms of media publications of our students! Thank you so much to all who submitted pictures. Please continue to send pictures to: email@example.com. The pictures will be used for various media submissions to showcase our students. If anyone has pictures from the various country presentations from the leadership classes this week, please send them in!
Congratulations to Langston teacher, Hadley Inabinet, for having a feature article written about her in the Greenville News detailing her passion for single-gender education and the benefits of it.
Congratulations to Langston students, Emily Smith and Roann Abdeladl, for having a feature article written about them in the Greer Citizen detailing their clothes drive for Syria.
Congratulations to Langston Dance Club for getting a picture of their holiday performance published in the Greenville News City and the Greenville Journal. Photo credit- Rachel Acord
Congratulations to the Langston Glee Club soloists: Isabelle Constantino, Annabelle Acord, Amari Edwards, Savannah Acord and Grace Daniel for having a picture of their holiday performance published in the Tribune Times. Photo credit – Rachel Acord
Congratulations to the Langston students and faculty helping assist the Marines in carline as they collected for Toys for Tots; their picture was published in the Greenville News and the Greenville Journal. Photo credit – Jane Stein
Congratulations to the Langston Lego Robotic Team, Gear Turners Fury: Michael Causey, Steitler Buisch, Matt Thomason, Jacob Stuff, Haseeba Karim, Anton Aarnink, Elijah Budd and Roann Abdeladl for having their picture with their winning robot published in the Tribune Times, Greenville Journal and Greer Citizen. Photo credit – Lynn Causey
The Greenville News published a picture from our Founder’s Day Celebration of the attending founders: Tammy Hill, Lisa Stevens, Rhonda “Tink” Baker, and Toni Malpass. Photo credit – Jane Stein
Congratulations to our Langston Girls’ Basketball Team and Coach Dawn Woodard and Assistant Coach Keisha Mims whose picture was published in the Greenville News and Greenville Journal for finishing 4th in the conference. Photo credit – Jane Stein
Congratulations to Langston students Aneesa Weaver and Riley Parker for having their picture with Greer police officer, Wesley Keller, published in the Greenville News and Greer Citizen. The girls made cookies and pumpkin spice bread and gave them out to police officers and firefighters to thank them for their service. Phot credit – Riley Parker
Congratulations to the Langston Speech and Debate Team: Haseeba Karim, Emily Pyle, Steitler Buisch, Dhiren Jashnani, Tanner Street, Asa LaBelle, Sarim Masood, Raghed Abdel-Tawab, Isabella Patton, Maddie Buisch, Omika Merchant, Charlotte Capers Snoad, Roann Abdeladl, Sabrina Sabir and Coach Greg Snoad for having their picture published in the Greer Citizen and Greenville News for winning the 2014 Junior Speech and Debate Regional Tournament. Photo credit – Evie Buisch
Congratulations Langston Lego Robotic Team, Gear Turners Fury: Michael Causey, Steitler Buisch, Matt Thomason, Jacob Stuff, Haseeba Karim, Anton Aarnink, Elijah Budd and Roann Abdeladl for having their picture published in the Greenville News and the Greer Citizen for their winnings in the state competition. Photo credit – Lynn Causey
Congratulations to students Sam Woodard and Jacob Deas for getting their picture published in the Greer Citizen for being selected as Carolina Middle School all-conference basketball players. Photo credit – June Deas
Thank you to our amazing Photography Team, who volunteers their time to get these great pictures: Rachel Acord, Rhonda Watson, Jane Stein, Leah Einhorn, Sheri Winters-Dillard, and Sonia Villamizar.
The Physical Fitness test is coming up on 5/19 – 5/30. Students need to start preparing for the test by doing the exercises we perform in Class. We will be using the same format for the Fitness Test as we did in the fall. The students will be tested on the following: Mile Run, Push-ups, Sit-ups, Pull-ups, Sit and Reach and Pacer. If you have any questions please contact the PE Department.
Sports News from June Deas…
Two Games = Dos Ganars !!!!
The Lady Chargers traveled away two days this week. Tuesday, the girls faced Hampton Park. The girls came out strong. Controlling most of the game. Caroline Mackie let loose a monster kick from midfield, to score the first goal of the game . When I say monster, I mean HUGE!! The only thing bigger was the smile on her face !! For our second goal, Izabella Kamieniecki, stunning the HP defense by stealing the ball, dribbling down and finding the back of the net with a minute thirty remaining in the first half. The defense led by 6th grade Keeper, Sydney Keffer, held tight and shut HP out. Final score LCMS 2, HP 0.
Game two, was Thursday at Spartanburg Prep. Once again, our girls came out strong and jumped out front first. 6th grader, Austyn Feigenbaum started the attack when she stole the ball on a SP throw in and preceded to put her boot in it and score the games’ first goal. The versatile, Sydney Keffer, scored her first LCMS goal and the talented Laurel Kirk performed her magic, scoring two goals. The defense fought hard, only giving up two points. Final score LCMS 4, SP 2
Loads and loads of hustle by the girls and lots of much appreciated parental support!! Thanks to All!! Our next game is Tuesday at Southside Park. Come out and cheer on the Chargers.
Monday we played Mitchel Road and St. Mary’s at Botany Woods where we came in second at 152 vs. 143 (MRCA) and 167 (StM). Individual results: John-33, Aaron-35, Jacob-41, Evan M-43, Evan V-46, Harrison-49.
Then on Wednesday we were at our home course Hejaz and welcomed Oakbrook and St. Mary’s. It was a tough day but Langston managed to once again keep our second place position. We had 209 vs. 186 (OP) and 211 (StM). Individual results: Jacob-46, Aaron-50, John-55, Jackson-58, Evan M-62, Andie-62.
Monday April 7th we are back at Botany Woods against Mitchel Road and Spartanburg Day.
Anyone interested in coaching Volleyball this fall should contact June Deas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tryouts will be held in May.
From Mrs. Roueche, Roper Mountain Science Fair Award Winners…
Brittany Williams: 1st place in engineering and special award in engineering.
Elliot McGuirt: $50.00 from the American Institute of Chemical Engineering
Thomas Druckenmiller: $50.00 from Soil and Water Conservation. He has been asked to write a brief paragraph for their publication and to bring his board back for them to display
RoAnn Abdeladl: Special Award from Greenville Medical Alliance, 1st place medicine and health category, 2nd place overall.
Austin Farkas: 1st place behavioral science, honorable mention in mathematics, 3rd place overall
Jacob Stuff: Manufacture innovation award, 3rd place engineering