February 1-5th is GO GREEN WEEK at LPS!
In an effort to raise awareness and support our environment, Litchfield High School’s FBLA will be hosting a
During this week, we will be running a toy & game recycling campaign. This would be a great time
to get rid of the old to make way for the new that came with the holiday season! Donations will be
given to an area homeless shelter to provide to families with children and no money for extras like
these. Please send your gently used toys and games to school with your child anytime during this
week to be added to our donation boxes.
Students in grades PK-8 will be invited to complete a coloring contest entry and make a pledge to develop
better, more environmentally-friendly habits during this week as well, and posters will be displayed around
the school and community noting environmentally-friendly habits and facts.
On Thursday, February 4th, we would like to invite students and faculty of LPS to wear green to
show their support for “Color Earth Green Day.” After school, FBLA members will be picking up
trash around Litchfield; the public is invited to join us as we clean up our community.
February 8-13th is
In an effort to raise awareness of FBLA as an organization and our goals, Litchfield High School’s FBLA will
be hosting an FBLA WEEK February 8-13th.
During this time, we will be planning activities to help raise awareness and meet our goals. On
Monday, February 8th, we will be presenting in the LPS “old gym” and giving the emblem ceremony.
This event will begin at 3:15pm and the public is invited to attend if they are interested in learning
more about FBLA.
Additionally, Wednesday, February 10th will be “Professional Attire Day” at LPS, and students are
encouraged to attend school in professional attire.
February 19-26th is
REACH OUT AND READ WEEK
In an effort to support reading in our community, Litchfield High School’s FBLA will be hosting REACH OUT
AND READ WEEK February 19-26th.
Thank you for your support!
Additionally, some of our FBLA members will be reading to elementary students on February 24th to help
encourage and model good reading habits.
During this time, we will be collecting gently used and new books for donation to an area hospital
for use in their waiting areas. Donations can be sent to school with your student to be placed in our
donation boxes anytime during the week.