Taste of Barrhaven
The 9th annual Taste of Barrhaven, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Barrhaven, will take place at Longfields on May 25th, from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
The Culinary Arts program at Longfields will join over twenty-five restaurants from Barrhaven and Manotick, all of whom offer samples of their favourite dishes. For the price of admission you can sample as many as you like, and they promise that nobody goes home hungry!
The Rotary Club has been a huge supporter of LDHSS, providing many scholarships to students, and donations to school programs. Longfields is proud to be a part of the Taste of Barrhaven, and we hope you will join us that evening.
For more information, and to order tickets, please click here: http://www.tasteofbarrhaven.ca/ . Tickets are also available at the door.
Class of 2015
Scholarships, bursaries and awards are presented to graduating students at the Commencement ceremony in June. They are awarded based on a variety of factors, including involvement in the school, involvement in the community, and/or academic achievement, etc.
Some of these awards require students to submit an application. Applications can be found on the Student Service website (see link below) or can be picked up in the Guidance office. All applications are due May 13th.
All graduating students are strongly encouraged to consider applying for one or more of these awards.
Grade 7 Information Night
Come meet us!
LDHSS is happy to invite parents of students currently in Grade 6 at one of our feeder schools, to a welcome and information evening on Thursday, April 30th (6:30-8:00).
Tour our beautiful facility, meet your child's future teachers, and be introduced to our educational programs.
6:30-7:00 Tours of the school
7:00-7:30 Presentations from subject groups in the auditorium
7:30-8:00 Meet and greet the teachers and staff
We're looking forward to seeing you all there.
The Laramie Project
Drama Production, April 15-18
What if an unthinkable act occurs in your community?
This year's drama production deals with this question, and the ways in which prejudice influences the opinions and reactions to a trajedy that hits the town of Laramie. The show will run from April 15-18, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $12, and are available by calling 613.843.7722 x 2005, or at the door. Tickets are also sold at lunch each day in the school foyer.
There will be an optional Dinner Theatre on Thursday, April 16th, at an additional cost of $20. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m., and will be catered by Chef Kent Van Dyk, and the students of the grade 12 Restaurant Management course.
Dinner Theater Menu:
Kale "Caesar Salad"
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Chocolate Pound Cake/Chocolate Ganache/
Salted Caramel Ice Cream/Warm Pears/Spun Sugar
NOTE: This play deals with violence, and issues surrounding homophobia. Strong language, at times, is used.