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Berry Success - L. Jackson
Berry Success - L. Jackson
Thursday, December 12, 2019

Our #BerrySuccess story this week is incredibly special! Learn about Luke and how he landed his one-man show, STITCHES, which begins tonight!

Luke was a student with LCSC throughout his entire primary and secondary education. He graduated from Logansport High School in 2013 and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan's Theatre School in 2017. Currently, he resides in New York City working as an actor, devising artist, and activist. He is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association, facilitator for Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, and community organizer with the Broadway Advocacy Coalition; Specializing in Criminal Justice Reform, Homelessness Reform, and Queer Rights. His one-man show, STITCHES, premiered in New York at The Tank Theatre in December of 2019. His other work, including the studio cast album of his first penned musical, can be found on his website:

"I feel incredibly privileged to have grown up with LCSC. From my first days at Franklin Elementary up through graduating from LHS---I felt like my education, my goals, and (most importantly) my well-being were taken seriously and treated with respect. Despite being underpaid and under-resourced (#RedForEd, baby!), my teachers never compromised the quality of their classrooms and always gave 110%. Yes, I learned the State Standards and felt fully prepped for the AP Exams. But I was also taught that a staunch work ethic and a silly sense of humor are not mutually exclusive. I was taught that I had a voice capable of enacting change and that there is a power and responsibility when one is gifted such a platform. I was taught that some people are simply going to be mean, but you always have the choice to be kind anyway. Those lessons, outside of a textbook, have been integral to my success. In particular, Joyce Pasel, Jessica Kranz, Tara Morrill, Marjorie Miller, and Kasia Minnick were mentors beyond measure and I will have a lifetime of gratitude for those women."


Important Message From Logansport Schools 
March 31, 2020 
All Logansport Community Schools are closed until May 1, 2020

On March 19, 2020, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced new steps to combat the spread of COVID-19, including mandated closures of all Indiana schools until May 1, 2020. This mandated closure follows recent Centers for Disease Control guidelines to limit gatherings to less than 10.  LCSC will reevaluate our return date at the end of April and will communicate if additional closure time is needed. The closure also includes cancellation/postponement of all after school practices, extra-curricular activities, as well as, all school and PTO sponsored events.

To learn more about the Governor's actions, click here.

Indiana Department of of Education Testing Update

On March 19, 2020, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced the cancellation of all state testing, which includes the ISTEP10 and ILEARN assessments.

eLearning Information

Beginning Tuesday, April 7 through Thursday, April 30, all Logansport Community School Corporation students will begin utilizing eLearning. eLearning will take place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays of each week. On Mondays and Fridays, teachers will be utilizing this time to prep and grade student assignments.

Meal Assistance for Students 

The LCSC Food Service Team will provide meals to anyone 18 and younger. 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches will be provided at each pickup location. Meal distribution will take place every Tuesday in April (Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28) at the following locations:

Logansport High School and Columbia Elementary School

Pickup Window: 10 am-2 pm 

Families are to stay in their vehicles in the meal distribution lines, as food packs will be delivered directly to the vehicle by LCSC staff. If you are unable to attend the meal pickup due to conflicting work hours or no transportation, please contact you students school and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. Felix's Pantry will distribute additional food bags throughout the school closure period. Additional food resources: Emmaus Mission Center and Salvation Army

Additional Information and Resources

Please check our dedicated COVID-19 information page for additional information and resources.