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Wednesday, November 1st:
This Week at LISD:
Friday, November 3, Spirit Day. Neon Class colors, Elementary is Neon Green. Dia de los Muertos Dress up in first grade.
10/30-Halloween Dance put on by the South Parent Club 6:00-7:30 in South Gym
11/3-Thanksgiving Lunch w/ parents, $5 per ticket for all guests
3rd – Senior Pep Rally
Levelland Intermediate School:
3rd – Game Day – Wear Neon Green!
Thursday, November 2nd:
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Thursday November 2nd — Morton Indians vs. Kingdom Prep Warriors (SIX MAN OUTLAW FOOTBALL) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com with Gary McClendon! Pregame 6:45pm, Kick Off 7:00pm! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE
Real Book, Wheeler Duo slates performance on Nov. 2
LEVELLAND – The Real Book ensemble in South Plains College’s Creative Arts program will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday (Nov. 2) in the Tom T. Hall Production Studio.
Admission is free, and the public is invited to attend.
The vocal, jazz ensemble will play songs ranging from tradition standards to modern jazz during the performance. Participants will hear songs by Frank Sinatra to Duke Ellington., according to Brent Wheeler, director of Guitar Studies and assistant professor of Music.
“The Wheeler Duo and friends will perform following Real Book,” he said.
The Wheeler Duo features Brent and Emily Wheeler. They will be joined on stage by vocalist Jennifer Feddes of Iowa and drummer Brian Tate, instructor in Commercial Music. The set will feature multiple new compositions that will be included in an upcoming album. The duo’s current cd, “Comings and Goings,” will be available for purchase.
For more information, contact Wheeler at (806) 716-2023.
Friday, November 3rd:
Friday November 3rd — Levelland Lobos vs. Pampa Harvesters (DISTRICT FOOTBALL) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com with Michael Wiiest! Pregame 6:00pm, Kick Off 7:00pm! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE
Friday November 3rd — Sundown Roughnecks @ Floydada Whirlwinds (DISTRICT FOOTBALL) LIVE on www.klvtradio.com with Harley “The Hammer ” Chambliss and “Junior” Jacob Beadles! Pregame 7:15pm, Kick Off 7:30pm! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE
Saturday, November 4th:
Saturday November 4th — Levelland Loboettes vs. Fabens (4A Bi-Area Championship) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com with Michael Wiiest! Pregame 11:30am, First Serve 12:00pm! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE
SPC to offer License to Carry class on Nov. 4
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will offer the Texas License to Carry a Handgun class on Saturday (Nov. 4) in the Law Enforcement Technology building on the Levelland campus. The class will begin at 8 a.m. with breaks every hour as well as a one-hour lunch break.
The classroom portion covers firearm safety, the use of force, non-violent conflict resolution, lawful concealed or open carry, storage with children in the home, and contacts with law enforcement personnel. It also covers holsters for concealed and open carry, and runs about six hours.
The range portion covers range safety rules and commands, and the shooting portion of the class at distances ranging from three to 15 yards, using the indoor pistol range in the Law Enforcement building. The number of students will determine how long the range portion requires. Inexperienced shooters might want to take a NRA Basic Pistol course before taking the LTC course.
Students will need to bring either a revolver or semiautomatic pistol, any caliber, and 50 rounds of ammunition to match. Eye and hearing protection are provided for students who do not have their own.
The instructor is Dr. Mike Felker, a retired SPC professor, NRA Advanced Pistol Instructor, D.P.S. certified LTC Instructor, and U.S. Concealed Carry Association Affiliate Instructor.
The cost of the course is $75 for students getting their first license, and $25 for students wanting a refresher course before renewing their license. This does not include the fee for the DPS and FBI fingerprint and background checks (reduced from $140 to $40 on Sept. 1). Renewals now are handled strictly online, the changes in Texas firearms law since 2013 make a refresher course a good investment.
Monday, November 6th:
Monday, November 6th – NO SCHOOL for students: PD/PLC for teachers
Wednesday, November 8th – Thanksgiving Family Meal
Friday, November 10th – End of 2nd 6 – weeks
Reward party 1:00 – 3:10 p.m.
Monday, November 6, PLC/PD Day. ELAR teachers to Balanced Literacy all day. 3rd Grade Math Teachers, Imagine Math Training, 9-10 am.
Tuesday, November 7, 1st Grade UIL at LABC, 1:00 – 3:30. Family Reading Night, 5:30-6:30, Library and Computer Lab.
Wednesday, November 8, 2nd and 3rd Grade UIL Ready Writing.
Thursday, November 9, 2nd and 3rd Grade UIL at South.
Friday, November 10, 2nd Grade Music Program, 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Levelland Middle School:
Monday Nov 6th- PLC/Planning Day – Student Holiday
Girls basketball at Denver City 5 & 6:15
Tuesday Nov 7th- Library Reading Night 4-6pm
Thursday Nov 9th- LMS Football at Idalou (All Games at Idalou)
Friday Nov 10th– Reward Party/End of 6 Weeks
Saturday Nov 11th– Choir- All Region Choir/Clinic at Coronado HS
South Plains College will host Arrive Alive Tour on Nov. 6
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will host the Arrive Alive Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday (Nov. 6) in front of the Student Services Building.
Sponsored by UNITE, the Arrive Alive Tour program uses a high-tech simulator, impact video and a number of other resources to educate the public about the dangers of intoxicated driving. The simulator allows participants to experience the potential consequences of impaired driving in a controlled environment.
Nearly one-third of all traffic deaths involve alcohol-impaired drivers. Every two minutes, a person is injured in a drunk driving crash. On average, two in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime. In 2014, the highest percentage of drunk drivers involved in fatal crashes were between the ages of 21 to 24. Every day, people drive drunk more than 300,000 times. However, only about 3,200 of those people are arrested.
UNITE brings health and wellness programs to high schools, colleges and communities across the nation. Its programs are designed to heighten awareness to the dangers and consequences of impaired driving. These events have a powerful impact on students to reinforce the subjects that schools and parents teach them daily.
For more information, contact Todd Betzold at (888) 436-3394 ext. 6388.
Tuesday, November 7th:
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Friday, November 10th:
Saturday, November 11th:
JOIN US AS WE SUPPORT OUR VETERANS
Levelland ABC Festival:
Each person that attends and pays admission will receive 1 ticket to win a 39″ flat screen TV. Must be present to win. Winner will be announced at 8:30pm. You can also buy more chances at the door!
Spud dinner is spud 1 meat, 2 toppings with dessert and a drink for $5.
There will also be a cotton candy machine, and a concession stand.
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will offer the new NRA Defensive Pistol course Nov. 11 (Saturday) in the Law Enforcement Technology building on the Levelland campus. The class begins at 9 a.m. and includes breaks every hour as well as a one-hour break for lunch.
Space is limited, and students should pay in advance. The course runs eight to 10 hours, depending on the number and skill level of the students, and costs $90. Students will need a pistol, strong-side holster, two extra magazines or speed loaders, and 150 rounds of ammunition.
Participants will need a cover garment because all shots are fired after drawing the pistol from a concealed holster. Ear and eye protection is provided for students who do not have their own.
The goal of the course is to prepare students to carry and use a concealed pistol ethically, responsibly and with confidence. The course assumes that students have or plan to get a Concealed Handgun License. Students should have completed an NRA Basic Pistol Shooting, Basic Personal Protection in the Home or License To Carry course to be eligible. This is not a course to teach beginners how to shoot a pistol.
Lesson modules include firearm safety and responsible, ethical use of the firearm; basic principles of concealment; presenting the pistol and re-holstering; mental awareness; techniques for avoiding life-threatening confrontations; the psychological and physiological changes that may occur during an attack; flash sight picture; the use of cover and concealment; reloading under stress; immediate action drills; moving off the line of attack; as well as the pros and cons of pocket pistols for concealed carry.
The range portion will include at least 70 shots on targets at varying distances, and students must pass a final qualification course which includes reloads and immediate action drills. The course is completely objective based; students will pass or fail depending on how well they have learned what is being taught, not on the basis of a written test.
To register for the class, call Kasey Reyes at 806.716.2341 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, November 12th:
Monday, November 13th:
This Week at LISD:
Nov 16 – Report Cards Sent Home
Nov 17 – LABC Thanksgiving Meal – PK in Cafeteria, Kinder in Gym
Monday, November 13 thru Friday, November 17 – Wild West Book Fair in Library
Tuesday, November 14 – Thanksgiving Lunches – 1st grade at 11 AM, 2nd grade at 11:45 AM, 3rd grade at 12:30 PM
– Fall Family Learning Night – 5:30 – 7:00
– Book Fair Parent Night – 6:30 – 7:30
Wednesday, November 15 – GoNoodle visit in PE
Thursday, November 16 – Staff Appreciation Luncheon – THANKS FOR YOUR HARD WORK
Thursday, November 16 – Report Cards go home
Levelland Intermediate School (4th-5th)
Monday, November 13th – 3rd 6-weeks begins
Tuesday, November 14th – Teachers: Wellness shirt for this year w/jeans
Wednesday, November 15th – Education day @ Texas Tech; game @ 11 a.m.
– Begin loading bus @ 9:15 a.m.
– Teachers: Wear jeans w/school shirt
Thursday, November 16th – Normal school day; Report cards sent home
– ACE – Parent night – TRAPPED
Friday, November 17th – Normal School Day
Levelland Middle School (6th – 8th)
Monday Nov 13 Girl’s BB HOME vs Snyder 5pm and 6:15pm
Tuesday Nov 14 GT Game Night 6-8pm
Destination Imagination Practice 3:45-5pm
Thursday Nov 16 Boy’s Basketball at Snyder
Tuesday, November 14th:
Woodwind Recital– November 14th 4pm in the Wisian Recital Hall
Thursday, November 16th:
Thursday November 16th — South Plains College Lady Texans vs. SWCID Lady Rattlers (NJCAA WOMENS BASKETBALL) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com! Pregame 5:45pm, Tip Off 6:00pm with Michael Wiiest! LISTEN LIVE!
SPC’s Western Swing to perform Thursday
LEVELLAND – The South Plains Playboys and the Dixie Dew Drops are slated to perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 16) in the Tom T. Hall Production Studio.
Admission is free and the event open to the public.
The band will take the stage to perform songs by Bob Wills and another popular traditional swing band Asleep at the Wheel, the Ray Benson Band.
The show also will feature special guest The Kenna Danielle Band and the South Plains College Ballroom Dance Team. Danielle will play songs from her most recent EP, “Like a Tumbleweed.”
“We want everyone to come out and dance, and enjoy the show,” said Brent Wheeler, assistant professor of Commercial Music.
Wheeler directs Western Swing.
For more information, contact Wheeler at (806) 716-2023.
Symphonic Band Concert– November 16th 7:30pm in Jones Theatre
Jazz Band Concert -7:30pm in Jones Theatre
Friday, November 17th:
South Plains College Symphonic Band slates performance on Nov. 16
LEVELLAND – The South Plains College Symphonic Band will perform at its Fall Concert slated for 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 (Thursday) in the Jones Theatre for the Performing Arts.
Showcasing the works of Praetorius, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Grainger, the concert will take the listener on a musical journey through time by highlighting each of the major musical periods of history and style.
Admission is free and the performance is open to the public.
SPC students to compete for Miss Caprock title on Nov. 17
LEVELLAND – The 60th annual Miss Caprock Scholarship Pageant is slated for 7 p.m. on Nov. 17 (Friday) in the Tom T. Hall Production Studio at South Plains College.
The Mistress of Ceremonies will be Sharon Race, assistant professor of English. Musical entertainment will be provided by Creative Arts students.
The winner of the pageant will receive a $750 SPC scholarship and the first runner-up will receive a $500 SPC scholarship. The 18 contestants, listed below, were selected as representatives for their student club or organization.
Allyssa Almager, 18, is a freshman Pre-Veterinary Medicine major from Levelland. She is the daughter of Cynthia Camacho and Jose Almager, both of Levelland. She represents the SPC Catholic Student Ministry.
Madison Birchfield, 20, is a sophomore Radiology major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Kendra Birchfield of Lubbock. She was nominated by South Sue Residence Hall.
Maria Isabel Botello, 19, is a sophomore Computer Information Systems major from Ralls. She is the daughter of Claudia Botello and Juan Botello, both of Ralls. She represents SPeCtra. She is a member of SPeCTra, the STAR Center and Catholic Student Ministry.
Esmeralda Cabrera, 19, is a sophomore Education major from Muleshoe. She is the daughter of Jose Luis and Josefina Cabrera of Muleshoe. She was nominated by Phi Theta Kappa. She is a member of the Residence Hall Association where she is a resident assistant, a member of the Art Club and she is a Campus Ambassador.
Lizeth Elvira Doblado, 19, is a freshman Forensic Science major from Pharr. She is the daughter of Lidia Hernandez of Pharr. She is a member of the Residence Hall Association and the Criminal Justice Club.
Erin Farrell, 18, freshman Video Production Technology major from Homer, Alaska. She is the daughter of Bob Farrell and Vicki Farrell of Fritz Creek, Alaska. She represents Tubb Hall.
Nicole Glenn, 21, is a sophomore General Studies major from Ropesville. She is the daughter of Calvin and Gail Glenn of Ropesville. She represents the Baptist Student Ministry.
Tina Gonzalez, 18, is a freshman Public Relations major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Silvia and Ralph Gonzalez of Lubbock. She was nominated by the Plainsman Press.
Miah Hernandez, 19, is a sophomore Pre-Nursing major from Lamesa. She is the daughter of Michael and Stella Hernandez of Lamesa. She represents the Biology Club and she is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, SPC Cheerleaders and a Campus Ambassador.
Destiny Lyon, 18, is a freshman Education major from Lenorah. She is the daughter of Christopher and Suzanna Hewtty of Lenorah. She was nominated by the SPC Cheerleaders.
Jaynearose Quisenberry, 18, is a freshman Pre-Veterinary Medicine major from Seminole. She is the daughter of Randy and Rosetta Quisenberry of Seminole. She was nominated by the STAR Center.
Rita N. Reyes, 20, is a sophomore Government major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Rita and Abel Reyes of Lubbock. She represents the Student Government Association. She is a member of SGA, SPC Cheerleaders, Campus Ambassador and Phi Theta Kappa.
Imelda Salcido, 19, is a freshman General Studies/Surgical Technology major from Muleshoe. She is the daughter of Jesus and Maria Salcido of Muleshoe. She represents the Residence Hall Association.
Jessica Sanders, 23, is a sophomore Biology for Pre-Medicine major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Michael and Jenny Sanders of Lubbock. She was nominated by Campus Ambassadors. She is the president of the Biology Club and a Campus Ambassador.
Kaitlyn Walden, 19, is a sophomore Accounting from Post. She is the daughter of Angie Walden of Post. She was nominated by the Geology Club. She is a Campus Ambassador, serves as vice president of the Geology Club, a member of the Residence Hall Association and the SPC band.
Ambroshia Pollard, 27, is a freshman Cosmetology Major from Lubbock. She is the daughter of Charles and Etta Pollard of Lubbock. She was nominated by the Cosmetology Club.
For more information, contact Miranda English, director of Student Life, at (806) 716-2377.
Saturday, November 18th:
Saturday November 18th — South Plains College Lady Texans vs. Phoneix College Bears (NJCAA WOMENS BASKETBALL) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com! Pregame 12:45pm, Tip Off 1:00pm with Michael Wiiest! LISTEN LIVE!
Saturday November 18th — Sundown Roughnecks vs. West Texas Comanches (2A-1 BI DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com! Pregame 3:45pm, Kick Off 4:00pm with Harley “The Hammer” Chambliss and “Junior” Jacob Beadles! LISTEN LIVE!
Sunday, November 19th:
Sunday November 19th — South Plains College Lady Texas vs. West Texas Drive (NJCAA WOMENS BASKETBALL) LIVE on KLVT AM1230 and www.klvtradio.com! Pregame 1:45pm, Tip Off 2:00pm with Michael Wiiest! LISTEN LIVE!
South Plains College to host Texan Preview Day on Nov. 19
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will host Texan Preview Day for prospective students starting at 9 a.m. Nov. 18 (Saturday) in the Sundown Room.
More than 100 students from Texas and New Mexico high schools have signed up to attend the event. The daylong activities will include information sessions from representatives of SPC Health and Wellness, Financial Aid, Housing and Scholarships.
Participants will be taken on campus tours, served lunch in the Physical Education Complex and are invited to attend the SPC Texan Basketball game against Collin County Community College at 3 p.m. in the Texan Dome.
South Plains College will award five $1,000 scholarships to students attending the event.
For more information on the event, please contact Peyton Sauer, coordinator of New Student Relations, at (806) 716-2115.
Monday, November 20th:
This Week at LISD:
Monday, November 20, Awards Assemblies. 1st Grade- 12:45. 2nd Grade – 1:30. 3rd Grade – 2:15.
Tuesday, November 21, Early Out.
Wednesday, November 22 – Sunday, November 26, Thanksgiving Holiday.
Thursday, November 30, Christmas on the Square.
Thursday, November 23rd:
Friday, November 24th:
Saturday, November 25th:
Sounds of West Texas will present an evening of classic, inspirational, holiday and gospel music on Saturday, November 25th at the Cactus Theater-1812 Buddy Holly Avenue-in Lubbock, Texas. The doors will open at 6:00 and the show will begin at 7:00 p.m. This show promises to lift the spirits of all who attend! This is a unique show in that lucky audience members can win a door prize donated from local businesses and they will hear a few jingles created for some of the sponsors. Featured Performers are: Larry Allen, Kaci Keltz Brice, Steve Burrus, Lesley Carraway, Mike Carraway, Ray Espinoza, Kelly Hastey-(lead singer for the Texas Cadillac Jack Band), Mike Huffman, Donnie Martin, Cale Richardson-(lead guitar player for the Eli-Young Band), Betty Smith, Brent Smith, Keith Smith, Southern Conviction Band-(Jeff McCreight, Julie McCreight Arriaga, Mike McCreight, Rick McCreight, Brent Adkins, and Mike Huffman), Cindie Taggart, Mark Wallney, and Steve Williams. Tickets are $20 (plus processing fee) for the floor seating and $15 (plus processing fee) for the balcony and may be purchased online at the Cactus Theater website, by phone or at the door the night of the concert. For more information call 806.544.6811.
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Thursday, November 30th: