Scott Walters, Principal
Selene Tinsley, Assistant Principal
Eric Spear, Assistant Principal
David Sheely, Assistant Principal
Barbara Hallums, Assistant Principal
Amy Dunlap, Assistant Principal
7:50 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Freshman Boys BB vs Riverdale (A)
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM JV Boys BB vs Portland (H)
4:30 PM - 10:00 PM Wrestling vs Hendersonville (A)
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Basketball vs Portland (H)
4:30 PM - 10:00 PM Wrestling vs Springfield, MBA (H)( Senior Night)
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Freshman Boys BB vs Mt. Juliet (H)
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM JV Boys BB vs Mt. Juliet (A)
Announcements Thursday January 16, 2020
Friday Homecoming dress up theme is Blue and White
This Friday Night, January 18th is our Basketball Homecoming game. King and Queen will be chosen between the girls and boys game.
Theatre will have an informative meeting/run through of the audition music for the musical tis thursday after school in the choir room. Musical auditions are January 21st through January 23rd. Make sure to check out the info outside the auditorium and all the performing arts classrooms for the detailed rundown of audition days.
Registration for the 2020-2021 has begun. Rising Seniors will register this week
Rising Juniors will register the week of Jaunuary 20th
Rising Sophmores will register the week of January of January 27th
Yearbooks are still available for preorder until Febrary 15th. The last day to order a personalized, namestamped book is January 22nd.
Senior Ads: There are still a limited number of senior ads still available. See Ms. Peterson for more details.
The Lebanon Band will be hosting its first-ever Prom Consignment sale on January 17 & 18!
You can sell your old prom attire, and come to the sale to purchase new attire if you would like to as well.
How to Drop Off of Items for Consignment Sale:
Drop off at Lebanon High School Band Room on January 11, 2020 - January 15, 2020 from 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM each day.
All items (Prom dresses, suits, tuxes, shoes, etc.) are subject to approval by the Lebanon Band Consignment Sale Manager.
Items accepted for sale:
Men's & Women's Formal Wear of any type: Dresses, Suits, Tuxes or Formal Wear Accessories: Shoes, Handbags, etc.
Upcoming FAFSA Frenzy Event will be on January 21st from 12-5pm in the Library. Professionals from TSAC will be here to help complete the FAFSA before the Feb 1 deadline. Students and parents are welcfome to attend and need to have parents tax returns from 2018.
The Annual Snowball Dance is on Saturday January 25th. Tickets are on sale at the Blue Devil Bank. There is also a box for music requests at the Blue Devil Bank.
eSports is starting up in Wilson County! eSports is the catchall term we use to describe organized, competitive gaming on a computer or console. Rocket League is in essence soccer with cars, rocket boosts, explosions, and high-flying aerials. An interest meeting for Rocket League is being held in room A105 after school 3 pm until 3:30 pm. Lebanon going up against Mt. Juliet in the Spring semester and we want to get a few teams together to start training to compete. This is an open-to-everyone league, so girls and boys are invited. If you cannot attend the meeting but are still interested, see Mr. Holmes in A105.
LHS Dance Team Clinic February 1, 2020 @ Lebanon High School Link to Register for the Dance Clinic and for on-line payment
Softball Chili Supper and Silent Auction Fundraiser February 8th 5:00-7:00 pm in the Lebanon High School Cafeteria.
Huge congratulations to the Lebanon FFA Agricultural Communications team and Agricultural Issues team
Our Agricultural Issues team chose the commodity milk, and came up with a plan to help better educate consumers on milk, and the dairy industry as a whole. This team consisted of the following members: Cara Kough, Kailee Scott, Emma Hopkins, and Ainsley Culbreath. The team placed 2nd and will move onto the state contest in March!!!
Our Agricultural Issues team researched, created a portfolio, and presented to a panel of judges the agricultural issue Dairy Milk vs. Milk Alternatives. They came up with pros and cons to present both sides to judges to help them decide which they believe is the best choice. The following members of this team were Annie Whitefield, Piper Bailey, Maya Gipson, Hallie Anne Teel, and Nina Puckett. The team came in 4th!!!
Seniors: Stop by the Blue Devil Bank during lunch to verify the correct spelling of your name that will be on your diploma. Remember that your name must match your birth certificate.
Attn: Seniors- The Senior Fee is due by February 1st. You can now being paying your $65 Senior fee. The senior fee will cover the cap, gown, tassel, diploma, and diploma cover. You may pay at the Blue Devil Bank across from the cafeteria during all lunches using cash or check or pay on-line through the link below. Remember when paying on-line, there is a convenience fee. Be sure and give your height and weight so the correct cap and gown is ordered Link to pay Senior Fee
Pre-Order your Yearbook Now. Yearbooks are $80 You can pre-order outside A303 during lunch or purchase on-line. Reminder there is a convenience fee added to all on-line order.
Driver's Permit-Students getting their driver's permit need to have a Truancy Form from Lebanon High School. Students need to go to A-100 and sign your name on the clip board to request your truancy Form. There is a 24-hour notice for the Truancy Form.
Parking Tags- Students should no longer be driving to school without a parking pass. Stickers will be placed on windows. Parking Tags are purchased at the Blue Devil Bank across from the cafeteria.
FCA- Every Thursday at 7:25 a.m. in the auditorium.
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What's Up Wilson!
Parents who would like to request an “out of zone” transfer for next school year will be able to submit an application, starting February 1, 2020. This includes all teachers and staff, who work for the district. Open Enrollment runs from February 1 - February 28, for the 2020-2021 school calendar year. Eight Schools are eligible for an open transfer, including the new Green Hill High School, which will open in August.
It's time for another "Academic Minute!"
This week, Wiley is here to tell you about an amazing event coming up very soon!
For the past 12 years, Wilson County Schools has been selected to participate in the Superintendent’s Art Show at the Frist Art Museum in downtown Nashville.
Our fabulous art teachers are allowed to select two pieces of art from each grade or course to be on display at the Frist for two weeks. This year, the show will start on January 25 and end on February 9. Our Director of Schools, Dr. Donna Wright, will address parents and students multiple times at a reception on Saturday, February 1.
Schools will provide you with the specific time for your child to attend the reception.
It's a wonderful and fun opportunity to embrace the visual arts! Wilson County Schools has many talented young artists that we celebrate and showcase during this show. You will be able to head up to the second floor to see student artwork on display and take some pictures. The show is open for anyone wanting to come support our students and visual art teachers. So, let’s all gain a little “Culture” and support the visual arts by attending the show!