LSMSA 10-year Reunion

The Class of 2001 reunion is almost here, and we’ve got a great weekend planned for all. On Friday night, our class will be gathering at Merci Beaucoup near Front Street to kick off the weekend with a casual gathering. Food and cash bar will be provided. Saturday will be a busy day with a full-day of alumni events including… Read more →

LSMSA On the Road – DC & NYC

LSMSA On The Road is hitting DC and NYC this weekend!  Please RSVP, if you haven’t already, to tlacaze@lsmsa.edu or 318.357.2578 with the number attending. Washington, DC – February 19, 2011 – The Argonaut, 5-7 pm. New York – February 20, 2011 – Agua Dulce, 5-7 pm. Dr. Patrick Widhalm, Executive Director, Dr. Rodney Allen, English Instructor, and Thorn LaCaze,… Read more →

Folio Magazines for Sale

Link Hall, LSMSA English teacher and Folio literary magazine sponsor, is trying to raise enough money to publish the magazine again this year.  He has a few back issues from the following years:  1987, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010.   They can be bought for $12.00 each, which includes the postage and handling.  Interested alumni… Read more →

Foundation Phonathon

A Refurbished Caddo Hall New Basketball Uniforms Costumes for Once Upon a Mattress and Our Town Production costs for An Evening of Dance Travel to SLAAMT Entrance fees and travel costs to academic and artistic competitions New picnic areas for the dorm P.E. equipment These are just a few of the things your annual donation can support. Student volunteers want… Read more →

Alumni Association Position Open

The Natchitoches Liaison role for the LSMSA Alumni Association is open as of 1/1/11. Any LSMSA alum who lives in Louisiana is encouraged to volunteer. This role focuses on alumni activities that take place on campus such as Reunion Weekend, Social Service Weekend, and Homecoming. Please contact J.C. Wells (’89), LSMSAAA President, at president@lsmsaaa.org for additional information or to volunteer… Read more →

LSMSA – Community Coffee

The Community Coffee Cash for Schools program allows K-12 schools to turn in “Proof of Purchase” labels for cash. A current student’s parent set us up with the program last year, and we are participating again this year. If you’ve been holding on to these labels and would like to participate in the fundraiser, please mail them to my attention… Read more →

Help LSMSA Dream Big – Act Now

We have a great opportunity with the Kohl’s Cares Campaign to win half a million smackaroos! $500,000 could offer renovations to the dorms, build outdoor classrooms, set up a robotics and engineering lab, endow funds for student scholarships, or even purchase space for the LSMSA Foundation and Alumni Center – a designated building set up for Foundation operations, Reunion activities… Read more →

LSMSA Could Win Half A Million Bucks

Remember your days at LSMSA?  What could have been improved?  What would have made your 2 or 3 year stay more pleasant or first impression more enticing?  What could LSMSA do with half a million dollars?  Got an idea? Submit your idea to the Kohl’s Cares Campaign on Facebook at http://bit.ly/aKjOjS. Then help LSMSA win $500,000 by casting a vote… Read more →

LSMSA Day – May 18

Tuesday, May 18 has been declared “Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Day” at the State Capitol. A resolution will be read when the Senate convenes. Alumni and parents who live in the Baton Rouge area are encouraged to join us in the Senate Chamber as they convene. The Economics Club will charter a bus so that current… Read more →