Take 10 minutes today to complete your census and encourage others to do the same! Why is this important? The 2020 Census will be used to allocate more than $675 billion annually to communities across our nation. In Indiana, an accurate census count means up to $30,000 per person in federal funding that our state will receive over the course of the next decade. This federal funding will go towards programs that support education, healthcare, housing, transportation, emergency services, and more within our community. Everyone counts- regardless of immigration status. When is the deadline? The deadline is September 30th, 2020. Does the Census have to be mailed in? Nope! You can complete the Census completely online! Complete your 2020 Census here: https://2020census.gov/en.html
Internet Essentials is offering low cost internet! View the flyer to learn more: https://5il.co/kkh2
Thank you Logansport Savings Bank for investing in our students! LSB provided full funding for the Personal Finance program at Logansport Junior High School.
The Lions Quest program is a comprehensive social emotional learning curriculum that has a grade level specific program for grades k-6. The Kiwanis graciously voted to purchase each grade level kit for each of the four elementary schools and a 6th grade kit for Columbia 6th Grade Academy. The counseling staff will be using the curriculum as the basis for social emotional learning. The Lions Quest curriculum has been proven effective by The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is a trusted source for knowledge about high-quality, evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL). CASEL supports educators and policy leaders and enhances the experiences and outcomes for all PreK-12 students.
Our school reopening plan has a lot of information to read through. To make it easier to understand, we've put together a Safe Schools Reopening Graphic that covers a few of the key points found in our reopening plans. You can access the graphic below. English: https://bit.ly/3gHinVM Spanish: https://bit.ly/3glKee9
Our Berries are #MaskingUp to protect themselves and others. Properly cleaning your mask after use is critical. Check out these tips from the CDC on how to wash and dry your face coverings: https://bit.ly/2EoCUkF
Did you know a wheelchair-accessible playground is being built in Logansport? There are many ways for the community to get involved to help! The playground is being built at Camelot Care Center and will be accessible daily for the residents of Camelot and anyone within Cass County or surrounding areas. How can YOU help? -Donate! Funds are still needed to complete this project. -Volunteer! Help build the playground on Live United Day happening Sept. 11th starting at 8:00 am. Or help package meals during the fundraiser on August 28th. -Purchase! Sack meals available on Friday, August 28th!
Free school supplies available tomorrow 8/21 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Logansport! Supplies will be distributed 5:00 pm-7:30 pm. Please park in the church parking lot and someone will bring supplies to you.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR RETURNING STUDENTS: The first student day of the 2020-2021 school year was Tuesday, August 18th. If you are needing to register a returning student for the current school year, please contact your child's school for more information.
Welcome back, LCSC! Wishing our students and staff a great first day of school! #GoBerries
Landis Elementary BK & Kindergarten Night - August 16th. Last Name A-L: 3:00 pm-4:00 pm Last Name M-Z: 4:00 pm-5:00 pm Students can drop off supplies, see their classrooms and recieve parent information. BK enter through Door 3. Kindergarten enter through Door 5.
Fairview Elementary School Basic Kindergarten (BK) Back to School Night Join us for a shortened Basic Kindergarten (BK) Back to School Night on Sunday, August 16th. To ensure social distancing measures are followed, we have scheduled specific times for our students. Morning Class Last Name A-L: Please stop by between 3:00 pm and 3:30 pm. Morning Class Last Name M-Z: Please stop by between 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm. Afternoon Class (all students): Please stop by between 4:00 pm and 4:40 pm. Please enter through the Taft Street doors (downstairs by the green playground). Upon entering, you will be directed to Mrs. Moss’s classroom. This is a chance to drop off school supplies (make sure to bring them!), see the classroom, and meet Mrs. Moss! We ask only one parent/guardian per student. Masks are required.
Fairview Elementary School Kindergarten Back to School Night Join us for a shortened Kindergarten Back to School Night on Thursday, August 13th. To ensure social distancing measures are followed, we have scheduled specific times for our students. Last Name A-L: Please stop by between 6:00 pm and 6:30 pm. Last Name M-Z: Please stop by between 6:30 pm and 7:00 pm. Please enter through the Taft St. doors (downstairs by the green playground). Upon entering, you will be directed to your child's classroom. This is a chance to drop off school supplies (make sure to bring them!), see the classroom, and meet Mrs. Moss! We ask only one parent/guardian per student. Masks are required.
All LJHS remotel learning students may pick up their laptops and meet some of their teachers on Thursday, August 13 in the gym from 3-6pm. To reduce the number of attendees, we ask that only one parent/guardian accompany each student. All in attendance must wear a mask. This is for students enrolled in remote learning only. All on-site students will receive their laptop on the first student day. If you have questions, please call LJHS.
All LCSC elementary schools will be hosting a family night for students enrolled in remote learning on Wednesday, August 12th at 6:00 p.m. During family night students will have the opportunity to meet their teacher, pick up laptops and other supplies, and become familiar with remote learning technology. To reduce the amount of attendees, we ask that only one parent attends for each student. Parents with more than one student attending family night will be permitted to bring a parent or guardian to be with each student. For example, if you have a first and second grader, a parent/guardian can accompany each student. During family night masks are required. Family night locations: Columbia Elementary Students - Columbia Elementary School, 20 E. Columbia Street. Landis Elementary Students - Landis Elementary School, 1 Landis Lane. Fairview and Franklin Elementary Students - Franklin Elementary School, 410 W. Miami Ave. This family night is for students enrolled in remote learning. A separate family night will be held for students attending in-person instruction. If you have questions, please contact your child’s school.
Beep beep! Our bus schedules are now available on our website. Visit www.lcsc.k12.in.us, select Explore>For Parents>Bus Schedules *Subject to change and schedules will be updated if changes occur.
Did you know... we've created a frequently asked question page on our website to provide accurate and up to date information to our students, parents, and community. We are hoping this page addresses common questions parents might have and helps eliminate the spread of false information. Visit our FAQ page here: https://bit.ly/2DhdEfG
The first day of school is quickly approaching! Make sure you're prepared with our quick to-do list. To register your child, visit our website www.lcsc.k12.in.us to get started. Reminder to parents, if you are enrolling your student in remote learning, they need to be registered by the end of the day today! Questions about registration? Contact the school your child will be attending for assistance. #INthistogether #MaskUpHoosiers
Online registration is now open! Get started: https://www.lcsc.k12.in.us/article/273561?org=logansport-community-school-corporation
Felix's Pantry will be distributing meals tonight 7/16 at Riverside Park starting at 4:00 pm until meals are gone. This is available to anyone in our community! Meals are funded by the Indiana COVID-19 Relief Grant Funds.