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On Dec. 11, the leadership/ASB students at Lewis and Clark High School will hold “Do Your Part at Hart,” a community benefit, as part of the Rubber Chicken, LC’s longtime spirit competition with Ferris High School. Last year Ferris took Chuck, the highly coveted bird, and LC wants him back. The friendly feud will take place on Feb. 8. Students will spend the day at Hart Field, 3700 S. Grand Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., collecting donations of money and nonperishable food from members of the community and Rubber Chicken supporters. Students also will be accepting donations at Albertsons, 510 E. 37th Ave.
The words put a lump in your throat and moisten your eyes, but the touches and glances say so much more. Shayla and Ivy Bush are sitting on their parents’ couch recounting a story that needs all the reassurances they can muster.
The Spokane Civic Theatre’s annual fundraiser show, “West Side Story,” will be performed in-concert, which means not fully staged. Yet from a strictly musical standpoint, that might be a plus. It means that some of Spokane’s top musical professionals – who can’t always commit to a full-fledged 12-week production schedule – have been able to sign on for this two-show run.
It was a huge win against an archrival; a lopsided triumph that merited a loud, boisterous celebration. But Lewis and Clark’s girls soccer team kept the postmatch merriment at Hart Field respectfully restrained following Friday afternoon’s 3-0 victory over perennial Greater Spokane League power Mead – and rightfully so.
On Oct. 14, Rogers High School will honor its Walk of Fame inductees and alumni. The homecoming assembly will be held in the Carl Ellingsen Athletic Center at 10:30 a.m. Rogers Walk of Fame 2010 inductees and alumni include:
The 2011 Lewis and Clark High School Senior All-Nighter annual garage sale will be held Sept. 10-11. To donate items and for more information, call Holly Elmer at (509) 951-1556.
Shadle Park High School students, along with the rest of the community, won’t have to wait until the first day of school to see their newly remodeled school. The two-day grand reopening celebration begins Aug. 27 and includes self-guided tours and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Shadle graduate and former professional football player Mark Rypien will speak at 6 p.m., and at 7 p.m. attendees can enjoy a jazz concert in the auditorium featuring longtime “Tonight Show” drummer Ed Shaughnessy, along with the Bob Curnow Big Band.
Rogers High School has been added to Newsweek’s list of the 1,600 best U.S. high schools. The magazine’s list was released last week but is revised as additional entries are reviewed. Rogers, which ranked 1,380th, joins Spokane Public Schools’ North Central (577th), Lewis and Clark (814th) and Ferris (1,202nd) high schools.
Three Spokane high schools and the Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy made Newsweek’s annual list of the best U.S. high schools.
In 1994, when she was 2, Lewis and Clark High School senior Hana Alicic emigrated from Bosnia with her family. Though she doesn’t remember the war and campaign of ethnic cleansing that prompted her family to flee, that background and subsequent visits to Bosnia have given her a deep commitment to tolerance. “When I became old enough to know what caused the war, it made me aware of bigotry,” she said. “I get along with all different types of people. I like diversity. I appreciate people who are a little bit different.”
Everything was different for Chessey Thomas, except the outcome. The Lewis and Clark High senior won her second consecutive State 4A golf title Wednesday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. All she had to do was put a 2-under-par 70 with her opening-round 68 to hold off Kentwood’s Rui Li by two strokes for the championship.
The generosity of local anglers who share their sport goes beyond little kids – to the teenagers the little ones soon become. On Wednesday, a group from the Spokane Walleye Club and other sportsmen’s clubs trailered eight boats to West Medical Lake to meet 21 students from Lewis and Clark High School’s outdoor learning class.
Sticky valves, dents and old age have plagued Lewis and Clark High School’s band and orchestra as the instruments grow older than the students. But a hard-earned $25,000 grant from Pepsi awarded last week will help replace about a quarter of the much-needed tools.
Photos from the 2010 Groovy Shoes, Stinky Sneaker and Rubber Chicken spirit games between, respectively, North Central and Shadle Park high schools, University and Central Valley high schools, and Lewis and Clark and Ferris high schools.
The drama students at Lewis and Clark High School will perform the Broadway hit “Guys and Dolls,” Dec. 3 through Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the LCHS Auditorium. The cast of the show includes: Madison Martin as nightclub performer Adelaide; Duncan Smith as Nathan, Adelaide’s devoted fiancé; Gabby Deede as Sarah Brown; Jesse Ward as Sky Masterson; Andreas Anderson as Nicely Nicely; and Emmet Stackelberg as Benny Southstreet.
Briann January was a starter for the first game of her rookie season in the WNBA and on the bench by the third game but the former Lewis and Clark star couldn’t be happier. “I was caught a little off guard when I saw my name on the board for the starters,” January recalled of her professional debut for Indiana on June 6. “Earlier in the day coach (Lin Dunn) came up to me and said, ‘You know you’re starting.’ I thought she was joking.”
Lewis and Clark High School has been ranked 827th out of the 1,500 best high schools in the United States, according to Newsweek magazine. This is the sixth year the high school has made the list.
Class of 2009 Expected to graduate are:
Amanda Sackett, 17, is often one of the very first students to arrive at Lewis and Clark High School, and she’s just as frequently one of the last to leave. “I guess school really has become my hobby,” Sackett said, smiling. “Some of my friends would say that I spend way too much time here.”
Ron Adams has watched girls basketball in the region grow by leaps and bounds the past 29 years. From his perch as the director of the Spokane Stars AAU program, he has been blessed to have most of the top players in the area compete for him.