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Save the Date - Ground Breaking Ceremony for Gorsuch West Elementary School LCS Logo



WHO: Everyone – Lancaster Community

WHAT: Ground Breaking Ceremony for Gorsuch West Elementary School

WHEN: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 – 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: 440 Trace Drive – Lancaster, Ohio 43130 

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Invention Convention Contest Winners
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Building Construction Update 4/15/14
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Ohio University Lancaster Kids in College

June 16-July 11, 2014
For students entering Grades 4-9
Each class is one week in length
(morning 9:30-11:30 a.m. or afternoon 12:30-2:30 p.m.)
*If you choose both a.m. and p.m. classes, bring a sack lunch to enjoy with your friends!

Kids in College Brochure

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Building Construction Update 4/7/14
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Community Survey April 2014 The Place To Be

Dear LCS families,

We want to improve our understanding of our families' needs and concerns to serve you better. 

Thank you for taking time to complete this survey. The Lancaster City School District values your input. This is not a scientific survey.  This survey will be live from April 7 - April 28, 2014.

Click here to take survey

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Tallmadge Student Wins County Recycling Billboard Contest:
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Building Construction Update 4/1/14
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Board of Education Recognizes Two New Master Teachers Master Teachers 2014

The Lancaster Board of Education recognized two teachers at its meeting on March 25, 2014 for attaining Master Teacher Certification.  The board recognized Holly Tipple, Science Teacher at Thomas Ewing Jr. High and Misty McClaskey, Language Arts Teacher at General Sherman Jr. High.  A master teacher demonstrates excellence inside and outside of the classroom. To become a master teacher in Ohio, a candidate must have at least seven years’ experience, be Highly Qualified in their certified teaching licensed content area, and/or be recognized as a National Board Certified Teacher. Master Teachers must demonstrate excellence in each of the following areas: Consistent Leadership, Focused Collaboration, Distinguished Teaching (Focus on Content and Students), and Professional Growth. Each teacher must complete a portfolio with a written narrative and  provide evidence from each of selected areas. A Master Teacher Committee scores each portfolio with an exemplary score needed in all areas to achieve Master Teacher status.  Lancaster City Schools now has 45 teachers who have meet the criteria to be Master Teachers.  

Pictured (L-R) Misty McClasky (Teacher), Nathan Hale (Director of Human Resources), Holly Tipple (Teacher)

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Building Construction Update 3/24/14
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Get to Know: Music Teacher Carol Koksal
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Make Up Days
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Building Construction Update 3/17/14
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End of Day Release Information for Parents of Thomas Ewing students
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Thomas Ewing Students Evacuated
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