Please do not drive down the wrong side of the driveway. Once carline starts no one is permitted to drive down the left side of the road.
From Alison Thompson and the Foundation…
Have you always wanted to try out a BMW X3, X4, X5 or X6? Is there somewhere you’d love to go in a fun, sporty car for a weekend? Or just drive around Greenville in some fun wheels? Well, here’s your chance! The Langston Foundation has been given a gift certificate from BMW Manufacturing for an “Unforgettable BMW Weekend” that must be used by June 30, 2015 and drive within SC, NC and GA. Go to www.langstoncharter.org and click on the “BMW Weekend Experience” link to learn more about how to purchase chances to win. Purchase 3 chances for $10.00 or 8 chances for $20.00. The weekend also includes a $25 gift card to QT Quik Trip. Raffle sales end on Monday, Feb. 9th, and the name will be drawn on Wednesday, Feb. 11. You have to be in it to win it!!
Contact Alison Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
SAVE THE DATE:
Friday, April 10th at The Loom in Simpsonville from 7:00 to 10:00pm to celebrate Langston’s 10th Anniversary with a Gala and Silent Auction. This is a ticketed event and invitations will be mailed in February! Mark your calendar for an evening of live music, hors d’oeuvres, beer/wine, Langstini cocktail, desserts and many fabulous auction items from Greenville and beyond!
Spring Picture Day is February 5th. Information about the dress code, along with the order form, have been emailed out.
Book Fair is next week. The theme is Under the Sea. Family Night is Thursday, from 6:30 until 8:30. Students are encouraged to come and make Valentine cards for the Children’s Hospital. 4 cards earn one hour of community service.
Attendance…Send in a note please when your child returns to school after an absence. Tardies are only excused with a note from a doctor.
Sports News from June Deas…
Girls’ Basketball – article submitted by Coach Woodard
The Lady Chargers defeated Bob Jones Academy on Tuesday and Shannon Forrest on Thursday. Both games were hard fought into the fourth quarter, but the Lady Chargers managed to pull away in the fourth quarter both times to secure the wins. Carrington Williams hit two threes late in Thursday’s game, and we also saw great play from several other players including all of our starters– Caroline Earle, Jaedyn Hill-Mims, Emily Mages, Amy Thomson, and Hannah Fugate. The Lady Chargers will play their last game on Tuesday at Hampton Park, and if they win that game they will have won every game all season with the exception of St. Mary’s. It has been a very successful year for all of them!
Boys’ Basketball – article submitted by Coach Deas
The LCMS Chargers continued their winning ways on Tuesday with a victory over Bob Jones Academy. The final score was 39-25. On Thursday, the LCMS Chargers traveled to Shannon Forest for a chance to secure 2nd place in the conference. Shannon Forest had other plans for this night as they utilized their inside presence to dominate the boards and keep the Chargers from establishing any kind of offense. Your Chargers made a late run to make it respectable but lost 29-17. Please come out for the last regular season game at Hampton Park on Tuesday February 2nd.
Anyone interested in trying out for golf should meet at Eagle Zone (on Pelham Road) February 11th 5:00 pm. Please email Randy and Lisa Schickler at email@example.com with questions.
Tryouts will be held on Monday, February 2 from 5:00 – 6:15 at Pittman Park and Tuesday from 3:30 – 4:45 at Langston.