RED RIBBON WEEK
Monday, October 27 - Wear Red Day and we will take a picture on the football field, right after school, creating a human ribbon.
Tuesday, October 28 - Wear White Shirt Day
Wednesday, October 29 - Crazy Socks or Red Socks Day
Thursday - October 30 -Drug Free 'fake' tatoos will be handed out by the LiveFree! Club
Friday - October 31 - Wear PINK DAY....in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Don't forget to check out our INFORMATION table in the cafeteria during A and B Lunches on Wednesday!!
All 9th & 10 grade boys interested in trying out for basketball the tryouts begin Monday and Tuesday.
All paper work must turned in before allowed to try out. Any questions see Coach Price in Portable 7.
Congratulations to the girls cross country team for running hard at the conference meet, outstanding performance by Jennifer Cardon, Victoria Chbane, Melissa Cruz-Jahuey, Jessica Mastrogiovanni, Amy Ngo, Yoscelyn Santos, Denise Tran, Eve Vanagas and Dayit Wable.
Great job to the swimming and diving team for a great district meet last night! Finishing in the top 16 with a chance to advance to regionals were:
Naomi Simon - 14th in the 100 breaststroke
Patrick Blum- 7th in the 50 free and 8th in the 100 backstroke
Brendan Haviland- 4th in diving and 10th in the 100 breaststroke
And the girls and boys relays featuring Zorana Visic, Naomi Simon, Darcy Boos, Sophia Struzinski, Emily Miloro, Summer Bray, Allyson Atanasio, Patrick Blum, Brendan Haviland, Connor Christie, Ayden Stoefen, Andrew Cadavid, Dylan Nguyen, Sean Massie, and Josiah Badiali.
Awesome job to those that ended their season and good luck to the swimmers and divers that advance to regionals!!
The University of West Florida Honors College is offering their most prestigious scholarship – The Pace Honors Scholarship. This scholarship covers tuition, dorm expenses, extra funding for off campus educational experiences, and is renewable up to 4 years. To qualify for this amazing opportunity, you must apply and be accepted into the University of West Florida Honors. For more information, please see Ms Mitchell in Guidance.
Yearbooks are on sale now!! The price is currently $70 and that includes your students name on the front of the book. The price goes up as of midnight, October 31st. Save money and buy yours now! Students can purchase with a cash or check at lunch until Wednesday in the cafeteria on the stage. Or you can use a credit card at balfour.com 24 hours a day. There is also a link to balfour.com on the Largo High website. Remember, get your yearbook by October 31st to get the best price available!
The Science Club will be meeting Wednesday October 29th after school in Mrs. Baltz’s room, Building 4 Room 17. Members are still being accepted & any student can join!
The vision of Largo High School is to effectively prepare students for post-secondary endeavors by providing a quality education through diverse student activities, varied class offerings and meaningful experiences.
Positive rigorous instruction designed to empower students’ learning and success in post-secondary endeavors promoting civic engagement, global understanding, and a respect for individuals and societies.