Join us for free meals this summer! Free meals are available to anyone in the community 18 and younger. Learn more about free meals starting June 3: https://www.lcsc.k12.in.us/article/471111
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration recently announced the Build, Learn, Grow initiative, which is making 50,000 scholarships available to help connect Hoosier children from working families to high-quality early education and out-of-school-time programs. The scholarships will be funded by more than $101 million provided to Indiana by the federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, or CRRSA. Through the Build, Learn, Grow scholarship fund, Hoosier families working in essential industries with qualifying incomes can receive scholarships for each child age 12 and younger toward their early care and education, summer learning or out-of-school care. Scholarships run from May through October 2021 and will cover 80% of the early care and education program’s tuition. Information is available at www.BuildLearnGrow.org.
Felix’s Mobile Pantry will be distributing 200 food bags for any LCSC family tonight, May 27, at Logansport Junior High School between 4:30 pm-6:30 pm or until bags are gone. For more information and other mobile pantry dates, please visit: lcsc.k12.in.us/article/399943
Felix’s Mobile Pantry will be distributing 200 food bags for any LCSC family tonight, May 13, at Fairview Elementary School between 4:30 pm-6:30 pm or until bags are gone. For more information and other mobile pantry dates, please visit: lcsc.k12.in.us/article/399943
Today is School Nurse Day! Thank you to our school nurses for all they do! 🍓❤
To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, Revolution Community Church donated money to the LHS Culinary Arts class to make charcuterie boards for the staff to enjoy! Take a look at the beautiful charcuterie boards the students put together!
Congratulations to Applebee's Teacher of the Month Tammy Cooley at Columbia Sixth Grade Academy!
The 81st Annual Choral Hour of Music featuring the LHS, LJHS, and C6GA Choirs on Friday, May 14th at 7:00 p.m. in McHale PAC. Due to COVID-19, the crowd is limited to 50% capacity. Each choir student received two tickets (4 for seniors) so parents can attend. The public can access the live stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRu61JiEveU
Logansport Memorial Hospital is offering discounted sport physicals to student athletes! Discounted physicals are offered May 3-August 1. To learn more about the discounted physicals, visit: https://5il.co/s8x7
It's Teacher Appreciation Week! Thank you to our amazing educators who go above and beyond for students at LCSC. ❤🍎
The Class of 2021 is excited to share this community-wide event and fundraiser to support the senior class and their gift back to their peers at LHS, which will support positive thinking and coping skills. Register for the Spring Scurry on Sunday, May 23rd, at 6pm at LHS. Participants can register by clicking on the link below and completing the registration form. It is $5 for every participant Pre-K and up, and this will be paid at the event, or you can purchase a shirt for $15, which will include your registration fee. Shirts can be personalized to add a graduation year if preferred. Children younger than Pre-K are free with a registering adult. Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfyRe3lNDLaTnpiwkfzStbLItnF8cOskYS_1knOs90K9bBf9A/viewform T-shirt link (includes registration cost): https://stores.inksoft.com/LHSFUNDRAISER/shop/home
Update: the PowerSchool Parent Portal app is now working!
Felix’s Mobile Pantry will be distributing 200 food bags for any LCSC family this Thursday, April 29, at Landis Elementary School between 4:30 pm-6:30 pm or until bags are gone. For more information and other mobile pantry dates, please visit: lcsc.k12.in.us/article/399943
The PowerSchool Parent Portal app is currently down. Parents can still access PowerSchool Parent Portal by visiting our website, www.lcsc.k12.in.us, selecting menu, and clicking PowerSchool Parent Portal under the For Parents section. Once the app is working again we will send out an update.
This week is #EarlyCollegeWeek! Early College programs provide rigorous instruction for targeted underserved students, help students succeed in completing high school requirements while simultaneously earning college credit, support students in a variety of ways as they take on their challenging schoolwork and provide opportunities for students to experience a college-going culture. Early College students and their families save thousands of dollars each year on college tuition, thus helping reduce student college debt.
Hello, superheroes! Start your child off on the right track by enrolling them in one of our preschool programs. Join our preschool teachers on Thursday, May 6th at Landis Elementary at 6:00 pm to learn more about what our preschool programs offer. With our certified preschool teachers, your child will become comfortable with school and learning, making the transition into kindergarten a seamless process. Take an inside look at our classrooms here: https://bit.ly/3dy0lHk
Franciscan Health will be offering an immunization clinic to students on May 5th at the Berry Bowl. To learn more about what immunizations are required and to find more information about the clinic, please visit: https://5il.co/rpg0
Cass County Health Department is offering an immunization clinic for students who qualify on May 13th. To find more information about this clinic, please visit: https://5il.co/rpfn
Felix’s Mobile Pantry will be distributing 200 food bags for any LCSC family tomorrow, April 15, at Franklin Elementary School between 4:30 pm-6:30 pm or until bags are gone. For more information and other mobile pantry dates, please visit: https://www.lcsc.k12.in.us/article/399943
The LHS Speech Team is proud to have earned 6th place in the AA Class at the 2021 IHSFA Virtual State Tournament. Senior Mallori Alder advanced to the final round, becoming Logan’s first State top 6 finalist since 2016, and placed 5th in Radio. Senior Max Baker placed 7th in Discussion, while senior Nick Yax and sophomore Halle VanCuren each ranked within the top 20 in their respective events.