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Lansing CSD Communications wins NYSPRA awards: Lansing Central School District and the Central New York Regional Information Center are the proud recipients of two  2017 New York School Public Relations Association (NYSPRA) Communications Contest Awards . Lansing CSD was given awards in the following areas: Budget/Bond Newsletter – Award of Excellence for Lansing Central School District 2017-2018 Budget Newsletter Community Newsletter – Award of Honor for Lansing Central School District, Fall 2016  and Spring 2017 Community Newsletters NYSPRA will present all awards at the annual New York State School Boards Association convention on Oct. 13 in Lake Placid. Congratulations to Lansing CSD and the CNYRIC on this great honor! more >>
Join Lansing’s Booster Organizations: Looking to get more involved in events throughout the Lansing Central School District? The Lansing Booster Organizations have the solution!   This year, all three Lansing Booster Organizations -- PTSO, LTAPA, and Sports Boosters -- have joined forces to raise awareness and membership of their organizations with a  new membership form . Now it is easier than ever to join any of the Lansing Booster Organizations. Each organization provides critical support for our LCSD students, but they can’t do it alone. Membership and volunteerism are essential tools for their success. PTSO  provides programming and funding resources that enrich the school experience for all students K-12, while engaging families by building a sense of community. LTAPA  provides ... more >>
Lansing welcomes Dir. Special Services Colleen Valletta: Meet Colleen Valletta, Director of Special Services Mrs. Valletta began working at Lansing CSD ear­lier this summer, after previous Special Education Director Kathy Rourke announced her retirement. She received her undergraduate and first graduate degree through St. John Fisher College and her second graduate degree from SUNY Cortland. Please join us in welcoming Mrs. Valletta to the district! What are you most excited about bringing to Lansing? My passion for improving the educational opportunities for all children. Where have you worked prior to this role? How have these experiences helped prepare you for working at Lansing? I worked as a Special Education teacher and CSE Chairperson in Ithaca City School District for a number of years. My time in Ithaca ... more >>
Lansing welcomes new Business Administrator Kate Heath: Meet Kate Heath, Business Administrator Mrs. Heath began working at Lansing CSD earlier this summer, after previ­ous Business Administrator Mary June King announced her retirement. She is a Lansing CSD graduate who then went on to receive her B.A. in Business Administration from Ithaca College, her M.B.A. from American Intercon­tinental University, and C.A.S. in School District Business Leadership from SUNY Cortland. Please join us in welcoming Mrs. Heath to the district! What are you most excited about bringing to Lansing? I am excited to bring a fresh, yet local perspective, along with my business office ex­perience from over the years. Lansing is always the standard of excellence and I am eager to contribute to that. Where have you worked prior ... more >>
Welcome back, Lansing!: Welcome back, Lansing!  We have so many things to be grateful for in Lansing. Our campus looks beautiful. Our buildings are immaculate and ready for a new year of engagement. Our administration, faculty and staff have been working hard all summer learning, preparing and planning for you. Our booster clubs have also been prepping and planning to support Lansing families and students. Our pool is finally open and looks amazing! We are fortunate in so many ways and I am thankful for the opportunity to be part of the Lansing School District and Lansing community.  Please take a moment to check out the link to the school calendar as some adjustments were made based on some scheduling conflicts that came up. A continuous goal of ours is to improve our electronic communications ... more >>
Lansing Bicentennial Celebration Saturday, Sept. 9: A day to not be missed, the Lansing Bicentennial Celebration will be held on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017. The celebration will begin with a parade at 10:30 a.m. that morning. Following the parade, a carnival will take place at the Lansing Fire Department from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information on the celebration, visit the Lansing, NY Bicentennial Facebook Page. Happy 200, Lansing! more >>
Show us your #LCSDBobcatPride: Show us your #LCSDBobcatPride! Lansing Central School District now has a new way to keep in touch on social media, while showing off our Bobcat pride. Follow along or share with us on social media using our new district hashtag #LCSDBobcatPride . more >>
American flag gifted to R.C. Buckley Elementary School: Students entering R.C. Buckley Elementary School this year will find a bit of history now displayed in the front foyer of the school. Last summer while cleaning out the main office, Elementary School Secretary Meredith Robinson and Elementary School Principal Lorri Whiteman came across an old box. Inside the box was a letter sent to New York State Senator Robert F. Kennedy, dated May 15, 1965, by the architect of the United States Capitol. With the letter was an American flag that had flown over the U.S. Capitol. The flag and letter were gifted to R.C. Buckley Elementary School. Both items now hang proudly in the front foyer of the school. So next time you're in R.C. Buckley Elementary School, stop by and check out some of the history that lives on in the Lansing Central ... more >>
Join us! Outdoor Movie Night Saturday, Aug. 26: “We're not in Smurf Village anymore!” On Saturday, August 26, the Lansing Central School District community is invited to take a trip to Smurf Village for the third annual Outdoor Movie Night, featuring “Smurfs: The Lost Village.”  Sponsored by the Lansing PTSO and the Lansing Community Library, Outdoor Movie Night will take place under the stars at the Lansing Town Hall Ballfields. Seating will begin at 7:45 p.m., with the movie beginning at dusk, at approximately 8:30 p.m. The outdoor movie night is open to children of all ages, so grab a blanket or chair and catch up with friends before the new school year starts.  A cash only concession stand will be available throughout the evening. Children must be accompanied by an adult. ... more >>
Lansing Pool Open for 2017-2018 School Year: With the new school year on the horizon, Lansing Central School District will once again have a pool to call home. Work has completed on the pool and it will be open again for the 2017-2018 school year. The history of the pool reconstruction extends back to 2013, when updates and repairs were made to the pool as a part of the 2013 capital project, called the Building Core Reconstruction Project (BCR). The capital project began in the spring of 2013, and the pool repairs stretched into the school year. As a result, the pool was not open for the start of the 2013-2014 school year, making it unavailable for the girls’ swim season. Swim team practices and meets were moved to other pools for this school year. For the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school years, the pool was up and running. ... more >>
Lansing announces new Director of Special Services: The Lansing Central School District is pleased to announce that Colleen Valletta has joined the Lansing CSD team as Director of Special Services. Valletta was a special education teacher and CSE/ 504 Chairperson at Ithaca High School for a number of years. Most recently, she was the Supervisor of Special Education Programs for Cayuga Onondaga BOCES in Auburn, NY. “We are very excited and fortunate to have Colleen Valletta on the team,” said Lansing CSD Superintendent Chris Pettograsso. “Valletta comes to Lansing CSD highly recommended by her supervisors and peers.” Lansing CSD’s Director of Special Education Kathy Rourke will be mentoring Valletta until her official retirement on Sept. 1, 2017. Rourke will continue to be available for mentoring ... more >>
Save the Date: R.C. Buckley Open House Sept. 5 & 6: more >>
View the Lansing Summer 2017 Newsletter: more >>
Lansing HS ranks among top 50 schools for SAT scores: Lansing Central School district is proud to announce that Lansing High School has placed among the top 50 schools in upstate New York for SAT scores. LHS placed 17 on the list, with a composite average total of 1113 for math and reading scores. Students had an average score of 547 for the reading section of the exam and 566 for the math section. LHS exceeded both the average composite and individual section scores for New York State. To learn more about the top 50 schools, click here . Congratulations, LHS! more >>
Lansing MS Sixth-Graders Revitalize LCSD Nature Area: Just in time for the summer months, the Lansing Central School Nature Area has officially reopened to the public. With the sun peeking through the leaves and a cool breeze blowing through the air, a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the revitalization of the LCSD Nature Area took place on Tuesday, June 20. The ceremony also commemorated the hard work of the sixth grade students from Lansing Middle School. The students helped make the revitalization of the LCSD Nature Area possible,identifying ways to improve on the area and cleaning it up over the last few weeks. The idea for the project first came about in February, when the LMS sixth grade team of teachers decided to take on a cross-curricular project. From here, the team identified the LCSD Nature Area as a project for the LMS ... more >>
Send Us Your Graduation Photos!: Share your proudest moment with the Lansing community by sending your pictures to  communications@lcsd.k12.ny.us . We will choose several to post to the Lansing Central School District website  and social media accounts. Elementary School, Middle School, and High School graduations - we want to see it all! Please note that by submitting your photos, you allow the Lansing Central School District to use and display them online.   more >>
LCSD Student Wins ACE Outstanding Senior Award!: Congratulations to Maggie Evanek!   Maggie is the recipient of the coveted Access to College Education (ACE) Outstanding Senior Award Scholarship. To be eligible for this outstanding award, Maggie was required to meet a set of detailed requirements, including attendance at ACE related events, an essay, providing a service to her community, and much more – all of which she did with success.   ACE is a program unique to Central New York and is open to students in grades 8 to 12. The program started in 1989 and currently includes 12 school districts within Central New York. Along with these districts, four area colleges also participate – Cornell University, Ithaca College, SUNY Cortland, and Tompkins Cortland Community College. ... more >>
Lansing Walks a Mighty Distance: Lansing Central School District has been putting a little extra pep in their step lately. The Mighty Milers program recently wrapped up at Lansing with outstanding results. The Mighty Milers program started about three years ago, thanks to the efforts of Leone Inman. The program is sponsored by the New York Road Runners and is free for all who participate. The program aims to help encourage participants to get moving, release energy constructively, improve aerobic fitness, set and strive for goals, develop the healthy habit of exercise, and bond with their class and school. “There are many studies that support the benefits of exercise and their link to academic readiness in children,” said Leona Inman, organizer of the Mighty Milers program at Lansing. “The ... more >>
Lansing High School Hosts Academic Achievement Awards: On Monday, June 5, Lansing High School (LHS) celebrated the LHS Academic Achievement Awards for the 2016-2017 school year. The celebration took place in the Lansing Middle School auditorium from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Below is a listing of all the LHS Academic Achievement Awards. Congratulations to the award recipients!   LHS Academic Achievement Awards 2016-2017 Social Studies 09 - Bailey Lombardo 10 - Brandon Rosenberg 11 - Joshua Hulburt 12 - Grace Ferris Math 09 - Julian Tornusciolo 10 - George Taylor 11 - Mikaela Garcia 12 - Ryan Besemer Science 09 - Anthony Ruquet 10 - Louisa Coates 11 - Lena Gisler 12 - Ian Coates Technology 09 - Mason Edwards ... more >>
Reminder: Concert in the Courtyard Tonight 7:00 p.m.: On Friday June 9, the Lansing community is invited to join the Senior Vocal students as they celebrate their final concert in Lansing High School. The performance will take place in the Lansing High School Courtyard from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. The show will feature selections from the Show Choir and Varsity Chorale. Hors d’oeuvres by Bella’s Catering will be served and guests are invited to enter for a chance to win a variety of prize baskets We hope you can join us and enjoy the outdoors, the music, and the company! Tickets are $10 for Adults, $5 for middle school and high school students, and free for elementary school students and younger. Tickets may be purchased online at  ltapa.ticketleap.com/concert-courtyard/ . more >>

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Ms. Chris Pettograsso, Superintendent
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Lansing , NY 14882
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