The Book Fair runs the week, October 18-22. Your child received the flyer and more information during their library special last week. Please discuss the flyer with your child to determine what books he/she may want to add to their personal collection. The students will attend the book fair during their library time October 18-22. Thank you for your support of reading and Kolling library.
The Lake Central Education Foundation is an organization that strives to better the Lake Central school community by raising money to enhance innovative educational opportunities for students through partnerships with educators, parents, businesses, and the greater community. We host an array of fundraisers throughout the year. This year we have decided to host a 5K run/walk that will take place on Saturday, November 6. This 5K is extra special because we will also be honoring the late Dayna Less, a proud Lake Central Graduate.
After graduating from Lake Central in 2012, Dayna received her PharmD from Purdue University in May of 2018. Sadly, as a Pharmacy Resident, Dayna lost her life on November 18, 2018 at Mercy Hospital in Chicago. Dayna was known for being kind, forgiving, friendly, helpful, smart and adventurous. She was also a great writer and a passionate person who wanted to help others.
The Lake Central Education Foundation would like to honor Dayna by naming a grant round in her honor.
You can find more information on this flyer.
If you ordered school pictures, they were sent home with your child last week. If your child was absent, they can take pictures on Picture Re-Take Day, which is Thursday, October 21st.
Picture Re-Take Day is: Oct 21, 2021
Re-Take Order Code is: 60164Y
Re-Take link to order is:https://inter-state.com/FlyerEntry/60164Y
Students who ordered a package on original picture day but are choosing to get their picture retaken MUST bring their original picture package with them on retake day. They DO NOT need to place a new order.
Miss Lipke was chosen to be one of the top 25 artists of Northwest Indiana to design one of the barn doors at the County Line Apple Orchard! They gave the top 25 winners a huge barn door and materials to create a piece of artwork that represented their styles. Miss Lipke decided to create a GIANT cicada! Of the 25 artists, only 3 will be the finalists. From now until October 31st, anyone and everyone can vote as MANY times as they would like, every single day, for their favorite barn door!
- Miss Lipke is door number 23.
- The link to vote is here: http://www.countylineorchard.com/exhibit/
- You can vote as many times as you’d like, every day!
- How cool would it be for your child to see the door at the Orchard and say, “My teacher made that!
This year, all LCSC schools will have 8 days in the school year that will be ½ days for students. If your child is a bus rider, you can expect their bus to drop them off exactly 3 hours earlier than their normal drop-off time. If you will be picking your child up, you MUST follow the pick-up procedures AND staggered pick-up times listed on page two of this document: Drop-off/Pick-Up Procedures.
Below are the remaining ½ days:
The LCSC is currently in need of bus drivers. No experience is needed. The district will provide paid CDL training. Sub bus drivers start at $19.50 per hour. A benefit package is available to drivers on a contract. Apply online at https://lcsc.us/administrators/human-resources/. Questions can be directed to Chuck Strebar at email@example.com.
LCSC is currently in need of substitute custodians, no experience is needed (we will have you train with someone). Sub custodians rate is $11.50/hour. Hours will be mostly 3pm – 11pm (or 3:30pm – 11:30pm) Monday – Friday. This is a perfect position for someone who only wants to work a few days a week. Apply online at https://lcsc.us/administrators/human-resources/. Questions can be directed to Sheila Novotny at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow the district’s medication guidelines, which are linked here: http://lcsc.us/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Medication_guidelines.pdf
Due to COVID, students will not be permitted to drink from the water fountain. They can refill their water bottles from the fountain, but they cannot drink directly from it. Please make sure your child has a water bottle each day.
It is a long day and students get hungry. Send a healthy snack to school each day for your child or put something extra in their backpack. We do not want students eating unhealthy items during class. Please refer to our healthy snack guidelines here: