Today's Announcements
Saturday, November 1st 2014

Information
Lost and Found

Today is the last day to claim items from the table in the office area. All remaining items will be donated. Please make sure to take a look!

Titan Town Special Shopping Hours
Titan Town will be open from 9am-1pm during the Craft Fair on Saturday, November 8th. There will be clearance tables set up along with new items available. Now is a great time to do some holiday shopping for the Titan Fans on your list! Be sure to shop early this season for the best selection.

Football Playoffs
The Titan Football team will play @ Bellevue West on Friday, October 31st @ 7:00pm in the 1st Round of the Class A Playoffs. Come support the Titans on Friday night!!

Titan Baseball
Winter conditioning for baseball will begin on Monday November 3rd in the Hall of Champions. Workouts will be held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday each week from 3:30 till 4:15. If you have any questions then please see Coach Lynam, Coach Spilker, or Coach Glover.

Don’t Miss the Fall Musical
Once Upon a Mattress:
Be sure to get your tickets for this weekend’s musical online at showtix4U.com. Online tickets will only be available up to 2 hours prior to each performance. Once the online ticket window closes, tickets will only be available at the door and must be paid for by cash or check. The box office will open 45 minutes prior to each performance. Tickets sold at the door will be automatically generated. For best seat selection we encourage you to visit showtix4U.com or call 1-866-967-8167. Show times are Friday 10/31 and Saturday 11/1 at 7pm and Sunday 11/2 at 2 pm. We look forward to seeing you this weekend.

Science Club
Science Club is beginning the process of putting together a Science Olympiad team. If you are interested in science and being a part of this team, see Mr. Burke or Mr. Marsh in room D14. There will be an informational meeting Thursday, November 6th in room D14. This event is for any student in grades 9 -12.

ITS/Drama Club Members
This is a reminder to all ITS/Drama Club Members that your state theatre convention registration and payment are due no later than Nov. 3rd. Please see Mr. Nienhueser if you need a packet.

Math and Science Club
Papillion La Vista South’s math club and science club are joining forces to put together two teams for the TEAMS (Test of Engineering Aptitude Mathematics and Science) competition. This event is for any student in grades 9-12. There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, November 4th in room D 14. See Mr. Marsh in room D 14 if you are interested.

Veteran Family Pictures
In honor of Veteran’s Day, the Veteran’s Day Ceremony Committee is asking students with family members in the service (or retired from service) to submit photos of their family so that we can show them on the Titan Televisions throughout the day on November 11th. Students can email pictures to Mrs. Lingenfelter (rlingenfelter@paplv.org) or bring in pictures on a flash drive to room E11.

Knitting Club
Just finishing a fall sport and not sure what to do with your extra time? Come to Knitting Club! We meet every Wednesday from 3:30 to 5 in the library. We welcome new members at any time and can teach you how to knit! See Mrs. Myers in room D-16 with any questions.

Leo Club Members
Please don't forget to sell your fundraising books! Return money to Ms. Thornton in room E03. Thank you!

Academy Night
Thinking about a career in Education? How about Law and Public Safety or Athletic Training? Then come explore the PLSD Academy programs! All 10th and 11th graders and their parents are invited to attend an informational Academy Night on Tuesday, November 4th from 5:00 to 7:30pm at Papillion-La Vista High School, 402 E. Centennial Road. Staff members and current students from all Academies and Internships will be available to share information and answer questions. More information is currently available at www.paplv.org by clicking on the Academies link or through your guidance counselor. With all the opportunities available, we’re sure you’ll like what you see!

Diving
On November 11th at 3:30pm in the Career Ed room there will be a meeting for people interested in the Swim/Dive team.

Iowa Western
Iowa Western is hosting program specific visits for the following programs:

Students can go to iwcc.edu/visit

Drivers Education Classes for November
Openings are available for classes starting Nov. 3. See Mrs. Morrow in Career Ed for a registration. Cost of the classes is $285. Class dates are: Nov. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, and 25. We also have openings for students without a study hall.

OPPORTUNITIES:
Kiwanis Key Leader Weekend Camps
Key Leader is Kiwanis International’s leadership education program for students. Its mission is to provide a “life-changing experience that inspires young people to achieve their personal best through service leadership.” The program is built on: Integrity, Growth, Respect, Building Community and the Pursuit of Excellence. The program is open to all students 9th thru 12th. All students must pre-register at www.key-leader.org Fees are paid by Kiwanis. More information available in Career Ed. Camp Dates: Nov. 1-3 YMCA Camp - Boone, IA or Nov. 7-9 Camp Kitaki - South Bend, NE

MEN OF DISTINCTION
Metropolitan Community College invites our students to participate in the Men of Distinction (MOD) Conference. The conference will be held at the Institute for Culinary Arts Building (5300 N. 30th St, Omaha) on Thursday, October 30 from 8:00 - 3:00 p.m. Objective is to motivate young men to invest in themselves and to empower them through access to information, professional development, peer networking, as well as educational and mentoring opportunities by addressing topics critical to their success. Junior and Senior males with a GPA of 2.0 are welcome to attend. Additional information in Career Ed

College Rep Visits
Nebraska Wesleyan - 11/7/14 - 9:00
Truman State University - 11/14/14 - 11:00