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 November 9, 2017

Music Staff & NotesHoliday Parade

The Pride Performers will be caroling in the Holiday Parade November 24 at 7:00 p.m. This event is on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Come enjoy this wonderful parade in downtown Billings.

3 Cartoon BoysPride Performers

The Pride Performers will be out all day Thursday, December 21, performing in a “Tour of Assisted Living Homes”. Way to enjoy the holidays!

Boys & Girls Club Logo The Boys and Girls Club
By: StoniRose Gardner and Cierra Robson

The Boys and Girls club was originally called the Boys Club. Why? Well there was a group of boy who would go and destroy things so a group of nuns came together and said there should be a club for the boys so that they stay out of trouble. Then later on, about 20 years later, they let girls go too and that is when it turned into the Boys and Girls Club. My partner, Cierra, and I went to interview Zach Hunter and Hali Strack. Zach is the unit director and Hali is the program manager. We asked them why there is a club at Lockwood, and they said that it gave kids a fun place after school. We asked why they wanted to work here and they said they love to work with kid and to better the kids and yes, they do enjoy their time there. Zach has worked for the Club for ten years (WOW) and Hali for two. We asked them a tricky question too--who is your favorite staff member? Zach said beth and Hali said she did not have one. WHy did you chooses to work here Zach said that he wanted to help lockwood Hali said she had no choice but she's glad she came she loves it here. We both really enjoyed getting to know Zach and Hali. Their love for their job is contagious.

White House
Attention 8th Grade Students

We are getting very excited about the upcoming trip to Washington, D.C., and New York City on May 18 - May 22, 2018. This trip is going to be a blast, and we don’t want any of your classmates missing out on this fantastic opportunity! Please help spread the word to any of your friends who might be interested, and have them sign up for the trip before the extended enrollment deadline of December 1, 2017. Please contact Mrs. Dawson for more information dawsonm@lockwoodschool.org.

On the trip you will have the opportunity to travel with your friends for five days and see the following incredible locations: National Mall, Washington Monument, Petersen House and Ford’s Theatre; Jefferson, FDR, and MLK Jr. Memorials; Arlington National Cemetery - Burial grounds for American Military personnel, Changing of the Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Robert E. Lee Mansion, and Kennedy gravesites; Iwo Jima Memorial, U.S. Capitol Building, Library of Congress and Supreme Court, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Lincoln, Korean, Vietnam, and WWII Memorials; Mt. Vernon - George Washington’s home and plantation; Old Town Alexandria - One of the oldest and most historic American cities; Smithsonian Museums, Baltimore Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry - birthplace of the National Anthem; Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island; Lower Manhattan - Ground Zero, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall, and Trinity Church; Chinatown, optional Broadway Show, possible baseball game, Empire State Building observatory, Central Park, Grand Central Station, Rockefeller Center, and shopping in Times Square.