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Annual senior fashion show fundraiser returns

Lakeridge High School’s annual senior fashion show returns April 3.

“Destination Forward,” which starts at 6:30 p.m., will feature a host of new categories: PJ Party, Comic Con, Favorite Musicals and Favorite Musical Artists. Proceeds benefit the party scheduled after graduation, which provides a safe and fun place for new Pacer grads to celebrate, parent volunteer Christina Monk says.

The show’s volunteer organizing team is seeking dessert and beverages (water or juice) for the event’s reception, as well as items for a silent auction and one large item for a raffle, Monk says.

The event will be held in the auditorium and foyer at Lakeridge, 1235 Overlook Drive. Cost is $5 per student, $15 per adult and $25 per ticket for the first two rows. For more information, visit www.lrhs.tix.com or call 503-534-2321.

Windjammer performance breezing in soon

Lake Oswego High’s variety show, “The Evolution of Music,” is scheduled for April 7-9 in the school auditorium.

The Windjammers choir will team up with the LOHS Jazz Band for the concert, which will pay tribute to music’s history. Numbers include Gregorian chants, Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus,” barbershop quartets, Motown classics, 90s ballads and “Evolution of Music” by The Pentatonix.

Shows are planned for 7 p.m. April 7-9 in the LOHS auditorium, 2501 Country Club Road. Cost to attend is $10 for general admission and $8 for seniors and students.

The Windjammers also will be mentoring K-5 students who want to feel the music on Friday, April 8, a non-school day. Students will learn a song and dance to showcase alongside the Windjammers during the April 9 performance. The music clinic will be frpm 8:30 a.m.-noon April 8 at LOHS. The cost is $40, and it includes a T-shirt.

Learn about LOSD

Want to learn more about the Lake Oswego School District?

Citizens Academy offers community members the chance to discover how the district works. Consisting of four two-hour sessions, the academy includes an overview of district roles and governance; school funding, finance and the budget process; curriculum and instruction; facilities; and services.

The spring session will be held from 4-6 p.m. on April 7, 14, 21 and 28 in the Lake Oswego High School library, 2501 Country Club Road.

Applications are open to people who live in the district, and a maximum of 40 applicants will be selected for participation. The deadline for the spring session is March 30. To apply, visit bit.ly/1L2WVnh.

— The Review