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  • Chef2Schools at LHS

    Each month, Chartwells features a Simply Good food focus and February's food focus is herbs and spices.  Chef Jason Godwin from Chartwells will be demonstrating how to make Homemade Pickles at the LHS Cafeteria.

    About the Chef:

    Chef Godwin is from North Little Rock, Arkansas.  He has completed culinary training in France, Scotland, and San Francisco, CA. He has extensive experience in food operations from catering, to restaurants, and hotels.  He was executive chef at Simply the Best Catering in North Little Rock, pastry sous chef at the Capitol Hotel, and ran his own restaurant in North Little Rock called Dogtown Coffee and Cookery.  He is a certified executive chef and certified culinary administrator through the American Culinary Federation. He is currently the Director of Dining Services for Chartwells at Sheridan School District.

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  • Spring Blood Drive

    American Red Cross will be on the  LHS campus Friday, February 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for our spring blood drive!

     
    This will take place in the High School Safe Room and is for our district and our community members! Spread the word and her us reach a goal for possible scholarship opportunities.
     
    www.redcrossblood.org/rapidpass is the link to make things faster the day of the drive. Fill out the required information and print out your ticket for the workers to scan!
     
    Spring Blood Drive Flyer
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  • Soccer Benefit Game

    There will be a benefit boys and girls soccer game hosted by Lonoke on February 23rd at 4:00 p.m. vs. Lisa Academy. Admission will be $4 across the board and only AAA passes will be honored. The game will be played on the football field.

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