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LHS Students Compete in National Shakespeare Competition: The local competition for the National Shakespeare Competition recently took place at Lansing High School. The National Shakespeare Competition is an event sponsored by the English-Speaking Union of the United States, in which students in grades 9-12 memorize, analyze, and recite Shakespearean monologues in front of a panel of judges. The students are critiqued on their understanding of the character and meaning of the monologue, as well as their expression. A winner is chosen at the local level and then competes at the regional level in Syracuse. The winner at the regional level then moves on to the national level in New York City, which Lansing High School has sent participants to in the past. This year, Lansing's local competition had five contestants: ... more >>
Congratulations to LHS Students of the Quarter!:   Physical Education -- Eric Eastman Science -- Garret Hoskey Math -- Karolyn Drake Art -- Sereniti Fleming Social Studies -- Jacob Brotherton LOTE -- Anya O'Neil Music -- Niaa Dowell Student Services -- Kilian Travis English -- Maya Ferrer Technology -- Joel Craig Student Support -- Cassady Richardson Administration -- Jacob Christofferson     more >>
STEAM Viewing Night Fuertes Observatory Feb. 17: February 17: Lansing Viewing Night at Cornell's Fuertes Observatory, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Back by popular demand! Join us for hot chocolate and stargazing from the telescope dome of the historic Fuertes Observatory on the Cornell campus. An exclusive viewing for Lansing families will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.. Space is limited, so please  RSVP  if you are planning to attend. The PTSO will serve hot chocolate from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. At 8 p.m. the observatory opens for public viewing until midnight, which is also open to Lansing families! Please dress appropriately for the weather as the dome opens to the outside! Free parking is available across the street in the Appel Commons parking lot. Directions are provided in this  RSVP  link. DIRECTIONS ... more >>
A Year in Review: Fall 2016 LCSD Newsletter: ? more >>
Tickets on Sale for Lansing HS Musical "Hairspray": "You have to dream big to be big!" -- Hairspray On March 8, Lansing High School will debut the musical "Hairspray." The show will take place in the Lansing Middle School auditorium and will run from March 8 to March 11. The March 8 and 9 performance time is at 6:30 p.m. and the March 10 and 11 performance time is at 7:30 p.m. Online tickets for "Hairspray" are currently on sale and can be purchased here: https://ltapa.ticketleap.com/hairspray/ . Tickets are $10 per person for the March 9, 10, and 11 performances, and $5 per person for the March 8 performance.   Tickets may be purchased online at https://ltapa.ticketleap.com/hairspray/  from February 6 through March 4. After this, tickets may be purchased in person on March ... more >>
LCSD Student Receives Perfect Score in WordMasters Challenge: A student representing Lansing Central School District (LCSD) recently received a perfect score in the first of three meets in this year’s WordMasters Challenge™—a national vocabulary competition involving nearly 150,000 students annually.   Competing in the difficult Blue Division of the WordMasters Challenge, Nicholas Hwang, a fourth-grader at R. C. Buckley Elementary School in LCSD, earned a perfect score of 20 on the challenge. Nationally, only 12 fourth graders achieved this result. Nicholas was coached in preparation for the WordMasters Challenge by Mrs. Sherry Williams, a teacher at LCSD.   The WordMasters Challenge is an exercise in critical thinking that first encourages students to become familiar with a set of interesting new words (considerably ... more >>
STEAM Month! Viewing Night Fuertes Observatory Feb. 17: February 17: Lansing Viewing Night at Cornell's Fuertes Observatory, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Back by popular demand! Join us for hot chocolate and stargazing from the telescope dome of the historic Fuertes Observatory on the Cornell campus. An exclusive viewing for Lansing families will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.. Space is limited, so please RSVP if you are planning to attend. The PTSO will serve hot chocolate from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. At 8 p.m. the observatory opens for public viewing until midnight, which is also open to Lansing families! Please dress appropriately for the weather as the dome opens to the outside! Free parking is available across the street in the Appel Commons parking lot. Directions are provided in this RSVP link. DIRECTIONS TO THE OBSERVATORY: ... more >>
STEAM Month! Lansing HS STEAM Feb. 11: February 11: High School STEAM Saturday, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. This super STEAM Saturday – hosted by special guests from Cornell and Ithaca College – will feature workshops and activities that explore digital art and music, experiential science, a Wiggle Bot building competition, build organs using JELL-O, and much more! Amazing tech gear prizes from Adobe will be given away and a free pizza social provided! All Lansing High School students will receive an email from Principal Ledley to sign up for their workshops when online registration opens later this month. For complete details and updates, follow the HS STEAM Day Facebook event page!   more >>
STEAM Month! Lansing MS STEAM Feb. 4: February 4: Lansing Middle School (MS) STEAM Saturday, 1:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Registration is now open! Please register at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/dvrUg6HBEto08NxD2 . Coming to Lansing MS from 1:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. on February 4 is an afternoon of awesomeness, beginning with a Science Fair featuring MS students and local professionals, followed by workshop sessions.  Students may register to enter a science fair project and/or register for two of the following: Art in the pursuit of science: Discover the ways scientists use art to study and communicate about the world around us with guests from the Lab of Ornithology Biodiversity & Conservation: Be a conservation officer for the day and learn how the "people ... more >>
STEAM Month! Lansing Day at Johnson Art Museum Jan. 28: January 28: Lansing Day at the Johnson Art Museum - Words, Maps, and Art: What Does it All Mean? What do scientists and art historians have in common? Observation! Both must look very carefully at what they are studying in order to learn about it.  The Johnson Museum has partnered with Lansing Central School District (LCSD) to celebrate Lansing STEAM Month on January 28. The Museum will offer a free program for LCSD families to introduce the science behind observing works of art and deciphering their meaning.  10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. -- Studio opens with drop-in clay tablet activity- Andrea Murray, Teaching Artist 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. -- 15 Minute Gallery “Chats” (repeated every 30 minutes; 10:30, 11, 11:30, 12, 12:30) with two educators ... more >>
STEAM Month! Elementary STEAM Night Jan. 27: January 27: Elementary STEAM Night STEAM night for ES families will be on January 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.! The ES will be filled with fun, hands-on stations including origami, paper airplanes, build your own marble runs, team challenges, Legos and more -- including the Scholastic book fair! For complete details and updates, follow the ES STEAM Night Facebook event page!   more >>
STEAM Month! Elementary Math-a-Thon Jan. 24 to 27: January 24-27: Elementary Math-a-Thon For the second year, all 465 R.C. Buckley ES students will be counting down to their STEAM Night with a school-wide math-a-thon! Each morning for four days, the whole school will drop everything and complete two minutes of math facts. Each of the four days of the Math-a-Thon is supported by a local business, which has graciously made a donation or is sponsoring a penny-per-problem. Last year, the students solved an average of 12,000 math facts per day! Follow the Math-a-Thon on Facebook January 24 to 27! more >>
Get Ready for STEAM - Jan. 23 to Feb. 17: S cience,  T echnology,  E ngineering,  A rt, and  M ath (STEAM) Month is Coming!  From January 23 to February 17, STEAM 2.0 rolls into Lansing Central School District (LCSD). For the second year in a row, parents, teachers, students, the Lansing PTSO, and community organizations have all teamed up to create exciting activities and programs exclusive to our Lansing community! Open to all, STEAM provides a great learning opportunity for our students, while at the same time showing them how much fun learning can be! Follow ... more >>
LCSD Receives Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Lansing Central School District is proud to announce our Scholastic Art & Writing Award recepients. Congratulations to our students!                                             more >>
Save the Date! CDC Tech Booster Club Annual Fundraiser: Save the date! On March 24, Corporate Development Committee (CDC) Tech Boosters is hosting their annual fundraiser auction.  During the event, the Lansing High School Class of 2017 will also be hosting a Parents Night Out, where children can enjoy movies, crafts, a carnival, sports games, and more while parents attend the fundraiser. All (potty-trained) toddlers to eighth graders are welcome. More details on the event will be provided in February, but for more information on the "Parents Night Out," please contact  Andrea Schneider .  The CDC Tech Boosters is a group of local business people, parents, and educators who work to raise funds for the students at Lansing Central School District (LCSD). The CDC Tech Boosters goal is to ... more >>
Lansing CSD Wins Green Grant: Thanks to the hard work of the Lansing Middle School Green Team, the Lansing Central School District (LCSD) is one step further on the path to going green. LCSD recently received a “Green Schools Grant” from the New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling (NYSAR³). NYSAR³ is a professional recyclers association for New York State and awarded LCSD with a grant for up to $500. The grant will be used to replace disposable utensils with reusable utensils throughout the district. LCSD has the option to use reusable utensils, since the district has dishwashers throughout the school kitchens. This allows the district to use less plastic utensils, which are not always easily biodegrade. Middle School Science Teacher Gwen Beck saw a need for reducing ... more >>
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Check Out the Renovated Lansing Middle School Main Office!:       more >>
Holiday Greetings from Lansing CSD:   From winter concerts to wreath making and so much more, Lansing Central School District (LCSD) has done a wonderful job celebrating the holiday spirit! As the holidays approach and winter recess is on our minds, we would like to take this time to reflect on and celebrate our accomplishments as a district over the school year so far. From achievements in the classroom, sports, community service, and so much more, the first half of the 2016-2017 has been a success for LCSD. None of our successes as a district would be possible without our faculty, staff, students, teachers, and most importantly you, our Lansing community. This time of year is also a great opportunity to look forward to things to come. With your support for the LCSD Improvement Project, our district is able to ... more >>
Learn More About: Lansing's XC Course: After over a year of planning, partnerships, and plenty of hard work, the Lansing Central School District cross country team was given a new course to call home. While snow currently blankets the course, the first meet on October 5, 2016 is still fresh on everyone’s minds, as it was met with a great level of excitement from the team and community. “We are so excited for our new cross country course,” said Becca Lovenheim, Lansing cross country head coach. “The new course was the result of many layers of partnerships within the Lansing community. The Lansing community has been so supportive to help us get to this point. We cannot thank them enough!” The idea for a new course and the partnerships to help make the course possible started thanks to some ... more >>



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