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  • Congratulations to Rueben Martinez, our Hubba Bubba Junior Award Winner.
    Rueben was spotted recently on a cold winter morning, as he came into the commons area.  Rueben graciously waited and held the door open for a young lady, as she approached the building.  Rueben isn't only concerned for himself, rushing in from the cold, but he did an unexpected kind deed, to make someone's day a little brighter.  It is that kind of nice gesture, often overlooked that help Los Alamos High School a great place and students like Rueben who take the time.
     
    Jr. Hubba Bubba Award  
    Good job Rueben!
     
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  • FIRST Robotics Team 4153 took home the silver medal in Lubbock this month.
    They were seeded 10th out of 42 teams after 12 qualifying matches and captained the 7th ranked alliance in wins over the 2nd and 3rd ranked alliances. In the finals, they narrowly lost 2 of 3 matches to finish in second place. Congratulations to Team 4153-Project Y.
     
    Way to work hard Robotics Team!
     
    FIRST Robotics Team 4153 took home the silver medal  
     
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  • Congratulations to the Chess Club!
    The varsity chess team swept all of their games yesterday to win the NW Regional Chess tournament in Thoreau.  Los Alamos qualifies for the State Championship Chess tournament to held at the end of April in Albuquerque.
     
    Congratulations to all!
     
    Chess club  
     
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  • Congratulations to all the German students who took the German National Exam.
    Students did extremely well at all three levels: German 2, 3 and 4.  17 students scored in the 90th to 99th percentile nationally – that means 17 Gold Medals. And we took the top 3 spots in the state at EVERY level. Wunderbar!
     
    The following 12 students can now compete for the top prize: going on an all-expenses paid study trip to Germany. Only approximately 37 students nationally will be selected to go to Germany.
    1.    Tabitha Welch
    2.    Jenny Wang
    3.    Wilbur Wang
    4.    Robert Zhu
    5.    Jerry Li
    6.    Robert Renfro
    7.    Rachel Wallstrom
    8.    Colin Redman
    9.    Alexander Swart
    10.  Alice Shao
    11.  Kim Vo
    12.  Lauren Tencate
     
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  • Congratulations to the varsity chess team swept all of their games yesterday to win the NW Regional Chess tournament in Thoreau.
    Los Alamos qualifies for the State Championship Chess tournament to held at the end of April in Albuquerque.
     
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  • Four LAHS students have been selected as candidates for the 2014 United States Presidential Scholars Program.
    Los Alamos High School is honored to announce four students have been selected as candidates for the 2014 United States Presidential Scholars Program. Students selected include Daniel Ahrens, George Barnum, Melanie Boncella and Tristin Goodwin. All students will be invited to submit applications for consideration as semi finalists, and ultimately as a Scholar. These students, who represent excellence in education and the promise of greatness in America’s youth, are among the 3,300 students throughout the U.S. identified as candidates for this year’s
    Presidential Scholars Program.
     
    Scholars are chosen on the basis of their accomplishments in many areas academic and artistic success, leadership, and involvement in school and community and represent excellence in education and the promise of greatness in America’s youth.
     
    Congratulations to the students, parents, and the many teachers who have influenced them throughout their educational journey with Los Alamos Public Schools.
     
    Left to right: Tristan Goodwin, George Barnum, Daniel Ahrens, Melanie Boncella  
    Left to right: Tristan Goodwin, George Barnum, Daniel Ahrens, Melanie Boncella
     
     
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  • The Science Bowl Team from Los Alamos HIgh School won the Regional Competition.
    For the fifth consecutive year the Science Bowl Team from Los Alamos HIgh School won the Regional Competition and will be representing New Mexico at the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. April 24-28.  The team consists of captain, Alexandr Wang; juniors: Alexander Swart, William Zhao; sophomore: Kathryn Wang; freshman: Wilbur Wang.  The team beat Albuquerque Academy in a double elimination final round.
     
    ScienceBowlTeam2014.pdf  
     
     
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  • Congratulations to Michelle Alexander, our Hubba Bubba Junior Award Winner.
     
    Michelle went out of her way to help a new student.  The student's first language is not English, so Michelle put great effor  
     
    Michelle went out of her way to help a new student.  The student's first language is not English, so Michelle put great effort into helping her.  Michelle has a good heart and it shows through her actions. LAHS is proud of Michelle.  
     
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  • Congratulation to our Topper Air Rifle Teams
    On Saturday January 11th the Los Alamos Air Rifle teams traveled to Eldorado High School to compete in an international (standing) air rifle match. The Los Alamos team of Samantha Miller, Tessa Snyder and JoAnna O'Neill took first place in the state with Tessa Snyder second overall.
     
    Los Alamos Air Rifle Teams  
     
     
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  • LAHS Hilltoppers write to the end… of 2013.
    On December 27, 2013, The New Mexican’s Weekly Magazine of Arts, Entertainment & Culture printed the winners for Pasatiempo’s Writing Contest for all Seasons. Congratulations to Los Alamos High School’s sophomore Katherine Wang who tied 3rd Place with her entry, Reminiscing: A Summer Memory.

    Also, congrats to Rosemary Sartor, a junior, who received an Honorable Mention for her poem Halloween Kiss.
     
    Please check out this year’s winning submissions by visiting www.pasatiempomagazine.com 
     
     
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