Lovejoy Independent School District

Email Express
March 1, 2017
A Message from the Superintendent

Dear  Lovejoy Community:
The 2016-2017 school year is moving quickly, as we find ourselves already in the month of March.  With 2017 being our centennial year, Lovejoy ISD is accepting original artwork for the Centennial Logo Design Contest.  This contest is open to all Lovejoy ISD students.  Details may be found by clicking here .  Original work should be submitted by Friday, March 10th.  We are looking forward to receiving submissions from your very talented students.
In addition, the Lovejoy Visual Arts Department is hosting a reception for the opening of the Portrait Show on March 7th.  I am looking forward to viewing this installation and hope to see you there.
Lovejoy students have experienced a wide variety of successes over the last week.  Please take time to read their accomplishments.
We hope you will share information regarding our new Pre-Kindergarten program with your friends and family.  The program is open to in-district and out-of-district families.  Details may be found below. 
Lovejoy ISD Pre-Kindergarten
Registration for the Lovejoy ISD Pre-Kindergarten program is now open.  If you have a child who will be 4 years of age by September 1, 2017, you may now register him or her in this tuition-based program.  Click here to access the registration packet. 
We are looking forward to offering this new program featuring credentialed teachers who will provide a developmentally appropriate experience which will prepare our four-year-olds for Kindergarten.  We fully recognize a Pre-K program must be highly engaging, and allow our children to explore their creativity. Enrichment opportunities in Art, Music, Library, and Fitness, as well as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) will be provided each week.  We are enthusiastic about this opportunity to provide a Lovejoy education for your youngest Leopards at Puster.  The Pre-K students will experience a rich learning environment which will provide them with a firm foundation for their K-12 Lovejoy experience.
You may click here to review frequently asked questions.  For additional information, please contact Stacey Dillon at 469.742.8003 or by email
First Annual Lovejoy Visual Arts Portrait Show
Opening Reception:  March 7
It is a pleasure to invite you and your family to attend the 1st Annual Lovejoy Visual Arts Portrait Show in the Lovejoy High School Art Gallery on March 7th from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.  If you were unable to attend the Fine Arts Festival in December, the new gallery at the high school was unveiled with an inaugural K-12 Evolution show, focusing on the experience and growth students take on as a part of the art community in Lovejoy ISD. The exhibition was an incredible showcase of every age group and a Lovejoy senior served as the curator. Following this idea of transformation in our students' artistic language and personal voice from Kindergarten to 12th grade, the next opening is a showcase of how our young artists represent themselves and others through portraiture. The concept of identity, both through representation and abstraction, is a core thread in every Lovejoy art studio, and is explored through a plethora of media and art forms. This exhibition celebrates the range of approaches used to explore identity at all age levels, and is a spectacular body of work to begin the tradition of a yearly Portrait Show.
Please join us in the Lovejoy High School Art Gallery on Tuesday, March 7th to celebrate the work of some of Lovejoy's many fine artists. If you are unable to attend the opening reception, the show will be open daily during school hours from March 6th - April 7th.
WSMS One Act Play
Congratulations to Willow Springs Middle School on their One Act Play Sweepstakes, First Place Finish, and Best Overall Ensemble awards.  Individual awards are as follows:
Best Techie
Emma Boland
Honorable Mention
Elese Abney
Landon Kerr
All Star Cast
Grace Cowan
Alex McCaffity
Best Actress
Grace Felton
Best Actor
Peyton Nicholson

Photo Credit:  Anna Beard, WSMS Student

LHS Wrestling
The Lovejoy High School Wrestling team had two men and two women wrestle in this year's state tournament. Dylan South was the lone senior of the four Lovejoy wrestlers to compete at the state tournament, along with sophomores Lilly Musselman and Morgan Elvin, and freshman Hunter Duncan.
Lilly and Morgan both wrestled well in their second consecutive trip to the state tournament. They both lost to eventual state placers in their matches, and were unable to come away with a victory. Both will be back for their junior campaign, and we are very excited about their potential next year.
Hunter Duncan became the first freshmen in Lovejoy history to wrestle in the men's state tournament. He finished with a 1-2 record, recording a clutch come-from-behind win in his second match. Hunter has displayed great potential, and the future looks bright with three more years for Hunter to improve upon this initial showing.
Senior Dylan South also finished the tournament with a 1-2 record, notching an exciting :22 pin in his second match for his lone victory. Dylan finishes his Lovejoy wrestling career as a two-time state qualifier; only the second Lovejoy male to wrestle in two state tournaments to date.
For complete match results for the Lovejoy women, click here , and for match results for the Lovejoy men, click here .

LHS Robotics
The LHS Robotics team competed against the top 42 robots in the State this past weekend.  Both robots 1082A and 1082B were paired together and went on to the quarterfinals. The teams lost in a best two-out-of-three playoffs in a very close third match. Lovejoy finished in the top 24 in state for the game.  The skills challenge rating for the State of Texas was 1082A in 4th place and 1082B in 8th. In the world rankings, 1082A was 400th and 1082B was 556th.
Congratulations to the team on a great season.  Participating members for the competition included:
Ryan Luther
Max Hooper
Brock Mordecai
Connor Redding
Jonathan Tiner
Ross Walenciak
Matthew Franks
Hunter Tombaugh
Madison Hubbard
Johanna Belk
Chase Barnes

LHS Tennis
Congratulations to Carson Zimmermann and Caiden Tays for winning the Boys Doubles Championship at Corsicana, and becoming 3X Champions this spring. Lovejoy also brought home medals in Girls Doubles and Girls Singles. The Varsity team will travel to Abilene on Thursday for an overnight tournament.
Top Results from Corsicana
3X Tournament Champions
 Carson Zimmermann/Caiden Tays
 Boys B Doubles
2nd Place
 Sydney Wong/Polly Roth
 Girls B Doubles
3rd Place
 Caroline Burkhart/Abby Sibson
 Girls A Doubles
Consolation Champ
 Daniela Benigno
 Girls A Singles
4th Place
 Chris Sun/Brandon Su
 Boys A Doubles
LHS Softball
The Leopard Softball team traveled to the Lone Star Dodge, Lindale ISD Tournament this past weekend. They finished in 2nd Place out of 16 teams. They were able to beat Paris North Lamar 8-3 in the First Round, but ended up losing the Championship to the 2016 State Runners Up by a score of 2-1. The Leopards had a great experience in East Texas,  and are set to play in the McKinney ISD Tournament this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
LHS Boys Soccer
The boys junior varsity team went 2-0 this past week with wins over West Mesquite and Forney to remain in first place.
The varsity boys team also went 2-0 this past week with wins over West Mesquite and Forney and remain in first place.  The varsity team earned recognition this past week in Region 2.  They were voted in top 10 as the #10 team in Region 2.
LHS Girls Soccer
The girls soccer team went 1-1 on both JV and Varsity this past week as they faced West Mesquite and Forney.  The girls will play North Forney on Friday.

LHS Bowling
Congratulations to the girls Varsity team for finishing 3rd in district play and advancing to the regional playoffs.  They will be bowling on Sunday, March 5th at Rowlett Bowl-A-Rama from 9 AM - noon.  Congratulations to the following ladies on a job well done:
Katie Williams
Kat Kelly
Alex Wingard
Katherine Carter
Kaitlyn Cinek
Kiersten Esposito
Sarah Nash
Sydney Sleeper
The boys Varsity team finished 4th in district play, just missing a regional playoff spot.  Please congratulate the following gentlemen on setting a school record for high team game, known as a Baker Game, with a 254.
Jeremy Young
Michael Stephens
John Reaves
Noah Cooper
Mason Melendez
LHS Baseball
Congratulations to the JV Black team for winning the Denton JV Tournament over the weekend. The Leopards went 5-0 and defeated Lake Dallas in the Championship game.
The JV Red team went 0-2 on the week, losing to Rockwall and Richardson. They look to get back on track this weekend in the Lewisville 9th grade tournament.
The Varsity Baseball team went 1-5 in the Prosper/McKinney Boyd Tournament over the weekend. Despite the win-loss record, the boys were very competitive against very strong teams including Coppell, Houston Clear Springs, and Abilene Cooper. The Leopards had strong pitching performances from Brandon Merrill, Jacob Terwilliger, Matt Almy, and Michael Difiore. The Leopards will try to get their bats going as they head to the very tough Jesuit Varsity Tournament this week.

LHS Journalism
Congratulations to the staff of the The Red Ledger for 30 winning entries in this year's Texas Association of Journalism Educators Clips Contest. The TAJE contest rates entries from across the state in a number of writing, photo and graphics categories. Awards are given for superior, excellent, and honorable mention.
Seven entries earned superior ratings:
Anna Stockton for News Feature
Caleb Kwon, Nick Smith and Matthew Fisher for In-Depth Package
Hannah Ortega for Feature
Matthew Fisher for News Feature
Nick Smith for In-Depth News Story
Parker Nolan for Sports Feature Photo
Sydney Wong for Portrait
A complete list of winners may be found by clicking here .

LHS Track and Field
The Lovejoy Boys Track team scored 76.5 points, finishing 2nd overall at the McKinney Boyd Relays at Ron Poe Stadium.
Chase Van Wagoner competed in five events, winning the Long Jump and setting a new school record with a jump of 22'2.5". Ryan Gordon, Jake Chamberlin, Chase Van Wagoner, and Landon McDermott finished 4th in the 4x100M Relay, setting a new school record with a time of 43.11. James Rainey finished 2nd in the Shot Put, setting a new school record mark of 48'3.5" and 6th in the discus (137'6"). In the Pole Vault competition, Colin Engbrock finished 2nd with a vault of 14' and Jeremy Young finished 4th with a vault of 13'. All three runners placed in the 3200M Run; Bradley Davis, 9:46.97 (3rd), Brady Laboret, 10:01.16 (5th), and Brett Pedersen, 10:02.55 (6th). The Distance Medley Relay team (Davis, Chamberlin, Ryan Brands, and Ryan Spruell) finished 5th with a time of 10:57.35. The 4x800M Relay team (Christian Sutter, Will Muirhead, Laboret, and Spruell) finished 4th with a time of 8:37.58. In the 100M Dash, both Van Wagoner 11.09 (2nd) and McDermott 11.34 (tied for 6th) scored points. Brands finished the scoring for the Leopards, finishing 2nd in the 1600M Run with a time of 4:33.80.
In the Boys JV division, William Muirhead finished 1st in the 1600M Run with a time of 4:48.09, and Jack Victor won the High Jump, clearing 6'.
The Lovejoy Girls Track team scored 49 points and finished 5th overall out of 18 teams. Grace Ridgeway won the girls pole vault division clearing 12' 6". Grace Ridgeway also placed 3rd overall in the 100M dash with a time of 12.41 seconds, and 3rd overall in the 300M Hurdles with a time of 46.62. Carson Hockersmith placed 3rd overall in the Girls 1600M with a time of 5:36. Juliet Franz placed 6th overall in the 300M Hurdles with a time of 47.90. The 4X800M relay consisting of Lacey Pelkowski, Olivia Bullock, Noelle Franz, and Avery Silliman placed 4th overall with a time of 10:31.
The Sprint Medley Relay comprised of Grace Ridgeway, Carsen McFadden, Lacey Pelkowski, and Carson Hockersmith set a new school record and placed 3rd overall. Their time is currently ranked 7th in the nation.
In the Girls JV Division, Noelle Franz placed 3rd overall in JV High Jump with a jump of 4'10". Carsen McFadden placed 3rd overall in JV Girls Pole Vault clearing 8'. Cameron Stapleton placed 5th overall in JV Girls Shot Put with a personal best throw of 28'.
Varsity Boys Golf
The boys had a very successful tournament experience this weekend at Squaw Valley. Finishing 5th out of 15 was quite an accomplishment.
Friday, the team total was 332. This was an accomplishment with the cool weather and wind howling at 20+ mph. Individual scores; Brian Wolfe 81, Jonah Barton 85, Ben Marples 83, Grayson Wehking 83, and Bumper Pool 89.
The team total on Saturday was 322.  Individual scores; Bumper Pool 77, Brian Wolfe 79, Jonah Barton 83, Ben Marples 86, and Grayson Wehking 83.
LHS Junior World Affairs Council
The Junior World Affairs Council had 8 students travel to UT Arlington to compete in the Dallas World Affairs Council's Academic WorldQuest Competition.  In our second year of attendance, we expanded to two teams and improved our ranking. Team 1 (Noah Corbitt, Zach Brown, Meredith Ehlmann, Jerad King) finished 17th of 77 teams, and Team 2 (Ben Armistead, Ben Carder, Taite Borozny, Austin Spruell) finished 37th of 77 teams. These students collaboratively worked through 100 multiple-choice questions over the following topics: current events, peace and conflict in today's world, combating infectious disease, European Union, countering violent extremism, Turkey, global megacities, China, and women in technology.  

Color Guard
Friday night, the Willow Springs Middle School Color Guard competed at Frisco Centennial High School and earned 1st place in the Cadet School Class.
Saturday, the Lovejoy High School Color Guard competed at Frisco Wakeland High School, and earned 1st place in their Regional A Classification. They scored high enough by the judges to get moved up to the next level of competition which is Scholastic A Class. This is a huge accomplishment, and we wish them continued success in their new classification.
The next show for the Color Guards is March 11th at the NTCA Cadet Class Championships at Saginaw High School.

AMC 8 and AMC 10
The AMC 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills. The AMC 8 provides an opportunity for middle school students to develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics which can assist in future careers. Students apply classroom learned skills to unique problem-solving challenges in a low-stress and friendly environment.
All 7th and 8th grade GT math students compete at Willow Springs and some 5th and 6th graders at Sloan Creek.
The results of the top 5 are:
1st place
Mark Wen (8th grade)
2nd place
William Guo (8th grade)
3rd place (tie)
Hannah Mao (5th grade)
Andrew Mao (8th grade)
5th place
Chayse Taylor (7th grade)
All of these students scored in the top 5% nationally, with Mark Wen scoring in the top 1% nationally.

The AMC 10 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in high school mathematics, designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills. The AMC 10 is for students in 10th grade and below, and covers the high school curriculum up to 10th grade.
The results of the top 3 are: 
1st Place
Mark Wen (8th Grade)
2nd Place
William Guo (8th Grade)
3rd Place
 Wayne Pan (7th Grade)
Mark received an award for scoring over 90 on the test.
A Message from the Deputy Superintendent
Invest in Excellence

Dear Lovejoy Community:
Last week, our teachers who serve on the Invest in Excellence grant committees prioritized the grants submitted by our teachers earlier this month.  These teachers review and rank-order the grants that are requesting more than $5,000 from the Foundation for Lovejoy Schools (FLS).  Another opportunity to directly support teacher requests is through the Denim & Diamonds online auction.  The online auction (which kicked off yesterday) is where teacher grant requests below $5,000 are made available for direct funding from our community.
Invest in Excellence was a process developed in partnership with our Foundation for Lovejoy Schools (FLS) ten years ago to ensure your generous donations are impacting our district programs.  Invest in Excellence is a teacher-driven process which facilitates the strong partnership between the Foundation and the District.
This year, all teachers had the opportunity to submit grant requests.  The grant requests describe items they would like to have funded in order to enhance the learning experiences of the students.  These grant requests are reviewed by the Invest in Excellence Committee, comprised of selected teachers from each campus.  The Committee rank-orders the grant requests based on the impact of each proposal on the experiences of our students and/or our community.
Based on the available funds raised from both the Annual Appeal and the upcoming Denim & Diamonds Gala, the Foundation Grant Committee and the Foundation Board determine which prioritized grant submissions can be funded.  Fortunately, a large number of the prioritized grant submissions are filled through the tremendous generosity of the Lovejoy community.
To see how the generous donations to the FLS have directly enhanced learning in Lovejoy, feel free to visit the Foundation web page by clicking here .  

We hope you love where you have chosen for your child to learn.  If you have feedback to help us improve, please do not hesitate to contact me on my cell at 214.385.1967 or via email at .
Dennis Muizers
Deputy Superintendent
Foundation for Lovejoy Schools

Taste of Fairview

The 2nd Annual Taste of Fairview:  March 3rd
Event is sold out online! We will have a very limited number of tickets to sell at the door. The event is presented by Estate Life Magazine, in partnership with the Allen/Fairview Chamber of Commerce, Heritage Ranch Golf and Country Club, and the Foundation for Lovejoy Schools.  Details are as follows:
March 3, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Heritage Ranch Golf and Country Club

FLS 2017 DandD

2017 Denim and Diamonds Gala and Auction
The Foundation for Lovejoy Schools will host the 11th annual Denim and Diamonds Gala and Auction on Saturday, April 1, 2017, at a new location; the Marriott at Legacy Town Center in Plano. The theme is a Southern Soirée - Celebrating 100 Years of Lovejoy ISD. Denim and Diamonds Chair, Andrea Paranteau and Co-Chair, Carrie McClure welcome you to a night featuring dinner, entertainment, and live auctions.
Tickets are now on sale for $90 each. The ticket price will increase to $100 beginning Monday, March 10th. This year, guests will be seated at tables of 12. For additional information, visit , or contact Cindy Booker at 469.742.8043 or email .   You may also click here to purchase tickets to the gala.
Raffle Tickets
The Foundation for Lovejoy Schools will host a raffle entitled "Fab Five", which includes:
  • 7 nights in Sydney, Australia, donated by Cleve Adamson Custom Homes
  • $2500 VISA gift card, donated by Owens Realtors
  • Texas Limo Wine Tour and Getaway
  • Goyard, St. Louis PM Large Tote in Black
  • Large Kamado-Style Grill in Red by Grill Dome, donated by The Firehouse in Allen
Raffle tickets are $100. Only 500 tickets will be sold. A drawing will be held for each item, giving each ticket a chance to win one of these prizes. The winners will be drawn at the Denim and Diamonds Gala. You do not need to be present to win. Click here for additional information.  You may purchase tickets from any Foundation director, via the foundation's website, or at the LISD administration building. See the Foundation website for a list of directors, or click here to purchase tickets online.

Online Auction:  Now Open!
The Denim and Diamonds Online Auction opened on February 28th and will run through March 7th at 10:00 PM. Check out the auction for the opportunity to win great items for your family and students. Various members of the Lovejoy staff have donated unique and special experiences for the online auction.  Class Masterpieces, created by our K-5th grade students are also available. Be sure and check out the Name a Grant section to see grants submitted by teachers/staff $5000 and under. Click here for additional information.
Click here and select "Start Bidding" to create your account!
In Case You Missed It

This section of Email Express highlights news reports/articles in which Lovejoy has been featured over the previous week.

Lovejoy High School Junior Matt Harris (pictured at the far right) is helping deliver 300 duffle bags for the Impacktive Foundation. 
Impactive is a nonprofit organization dedicated to delivering duffle bags to foster children in need.  Please click here to learn more about Impacktive, and to learn how you may help.

Give Glasses and Give the Gift of Sight
LHS Junior Eleise Brooks will be assisting her father, Dr. Dain Brooks, MD, on medical missions to Mexico (March), India (July), and Africa (2018) to help cure the world's blind.
Their main focus will be performing cataract surgeries; however, they will also be providing glasses to those in need. 
You may help by donating new or used glasses.  There will be marked boxes available at each campus. 
To learn more please click here
Gifted and Talented Referrals for 2017-2018
The referral window for gifted and talented services is now open. Click here for referral forms which are located online in the PowerSchool Parent Portal.  The window will close March 31, 2017.
Testing will be Saturday April 8, 22, or 29 for students in grades 1-12. Kindergarten students will be tested during the school day.
For questions regarding students in Kindergarten through 4th grade, please email Caroline Garcia  or call 469.742.8310 .
For questions regarding students in 5th through 12th grades, please email Brie Smith or call 469.742.8032 .

Substitute Nursing
Lovejoy ISD is currently accepting applications for substitute nurses.  The application may be found by clicking here .  Please contact Melissa Page with any questions at:  469.742.8013 or .

Upcoming Events  

Lovejoy Visual Art Students Honored at Dallas Museum of Art:
February 25 - April 16, 2017
The following Lovejoy High School visual art students were selected to participate in the 23rd Annual Young Masters Exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art. This is a prestigious honor; having their work selected to hang among the halls of contemporary and historic masterpieces in an exhibition demonstrating the most extraordinary work created within AP Studio Art programs from ten of the area's highest performing high schools.
Joelle Benigno - AP Drawing
Taite Borozny- AP 3D Design
Tad Greenwald - AP 2D Design
Ryan Irwin - AP 2D Design
Carolyn Jurotich (2 time winner) - AP Drawing
Hannah Lawson - AP Drawing
Ian Toomey - AP 3D Design
Jessica Wu (2 time winner) - AP Drawing
Please mark your calendars to visit the exhibition:
23rd Annual Young Masters Exhibition
Dallas Museum of Art, Concourse Gallery
Exhibition: February 25-April 16, 2017
Lovejoy Elementary Choir to Perform at
Frisco College Baseball Classic:  March 4
The Lovejoy Elementary School Choir invites you to watch their performance of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" at the Frisco College Baseball Classic on March 4th. They will be performing during the 7th inning game of the Oklahoma State vs Arizona game which starts at 4:00 PM.  The proceeds of each ticket sold will go directly to Lovejoy Elementary. We hope you can join us. To buy tickets, visit: .  Please enter "Lovejoy" when you check out. Tickets need to be purchased online for Lovejoy to receive the proceeds.

Spring Star Party:  March 6
Puster Elementary, along with the Texas Astronomical Society, will host a star party on Monday, March 6. Viewing will begin at 6:30 PM and end at approximately 8:30 PM. The Lovejoy community is invited to attend. Parking will be available in the front parking lot. You may enter through the front doors where signs will direct you to the courtyard and into the back parking lot where viewing will take place. Access to the back parking lot will not be available via the driveway.

LHS Choir Chipotle Spirit Night:  March 28
The LHS Choir will host a Chipotle Spirit Night on Tuesday, March 28th, from 5:30 - 8:30 PM at the Chipotle located at 103 Central Expressway in Allen. 50% of the profits will go to supporting LHS Choir, so bring a friend,  this flyer (printed or on your phone) , and your appetite in support of our Singing Leopards.

Relay for Life:  April 28
The annual Relay for Life event will be held on April 28th from 6:00 PM - 12:00 PM at the Lovejoy High School Stadium.  The Relay for Life Committee will be cutting ponytails for Beautiful Lengths, an organization which, partnered with the American Cancer Society, uses donated hair to create free wigs for women losing their hair due to cancer treatment. The committee is looking for selfless donors to cut their hair onstage at the event to donate to making these wigs for cancer patients. Donors may donate as little as 8 inches, but more if they please. The hair cannot have been chemically treated, have more than 5% grays, or be dyed permanently. Anyone, any age may donate.    Click here to register to donate. 
Relay for Life will also feature the Mr. Relay contest. Similar to Mr. Lovejoy, Mr. Relay will have male participants from 9th through 12th grades who will compete in several rounds, such as talent and Q&A. A panel of judges (teachers from LHS) will determine the winner.

Students interested in participating may click here
Relay for Life Luminaries
The Relay for Life Committee is selling Luminaria, a commemorative item which will be on display during the 2017 LHS Relay for Life event.  The Luminaria honors all those who have had cancer, those who have survived, and those who have sadly passed away. Luminaria are $10 each and can be ordered by clicking here .  The order form and payment (made payable to the American Cancer Society) should be returned to the LHS School Store.
For questions, please contact:
Carolyn Murad:
Brady Duke: .
Camp Invention: June 19-23
Camp Invention will be held at Sloan Creek Intermediate School from June 19th through 23rd , for children entering K - 6th grades.

Click here for additional information. 

Where Are They Now?

If you would like to provide us with accomplishments of a Lovejoy graduate, please click here .   We will share this information in the "Where Are They Now?" section of Email Express.  It is a pleasure to report the successes of Lovejoy graduates during their college years and beyond.
Stay Connected  

Inclement Weather
School closures will be determined based on safety.  In the event of a school closure, notifications will be announced on the district's website, Facebook, and Twitter pages.  We will also announce any closure through the media and by phone.  Links to our social media accounts are shown below.   

Lovejoy ISD App
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Love Where You Learn

As always, please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns. 
With Respect,
Ted Moore
Lovejoy ISD
972.415.8129 (mobile)
469.742.8011 (office)