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Hello Tiger Fans, 

Thanks to all of our parents who attended our parent teacher conferences this past week.  We had some great conversations with you about the great progress your students are making and we hope that you found the experience valuable.  Please don't hesitate to let me know what could be done to improve the experience for you or your student.  Although we did have a good turnout we are always searching for ways to improve our ability to connect with parents.  If you did not come and have a reason that we need to know about, please also let me know that as well.   

We know that LVHS fares pretty well at the state level, but this week we are especially proud of our FFA Horse judging team who competed at the National FFA Conference in Indianapolis where they were crowned a Gold Emblem team, finishing 8th out of 47 state teams. Ursula Anderson, Kirsten McPherson, and Hailey Spray all were gold individuals and Aaryn Schamber finished as a silver.  Kristen was 7th high individual overall, while Hailey was 5th in reasons and 3rd in Halter. 

Congratulations to Coach Marissa Powell, her staff, and especially her girls who qualified for the state tournament after a great season and good finish at the regional volleyball tournament this past weekend in Mountain View.   The Lady Tigers open up with top-ranked Rawlins on Thursday at 6pm in the Casper Events Center.  This is the Tigers first trip to state since 2012 and we are so proud of the entire team!

Congratulations to the Tiger Football team who lost in the first round of the state playoffs this past Friday in Jackson.  They definitely came ready to play and were within one score of Jackson in the fourth quarter.   Thanks to Coach Scott and his staff for a good season with our Tigers finishing 4-5 overall and a lot of excitement already about next season.  

Good luck to the Tiger Swimmers who will head off to Laramie for their quest to three-peat as State Champions after narrowly holding on to the conference crown a couple weeks ago.  

Wednesday is Halloween and students are allowed to dress up however no full head or face coverings are allowed.  For safety purposes we need to be able to quickly identify anyone in our building and full-face paint/masks or head coverings do not permit us to do that.  All costumes must be school appropriate in message and dress.  Your cooperation is appreciated.    

Please remember that you have until Wednesday to complete our School Culture and Climate survey, follow the appropriate links to take the survey. We thank you in advance for doing this so we can continually make LVHS a better school for all students!

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Brad Neuendorf, LVHS Principal