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LCSD Votes Against a Power Purchase Agreement: Message from the Superintendent   On May 22, 2017, Lansing Central School District (LCSD) Board of Education voted against a Power Purchase Agreement with RER Energy 3-3. A tie vote is considered defeated, as it does not meet the required majority rule.   THE SOLAR PPA PROCESS In April of 2013, LCSD began discussions regarding the possibility of entering into a “Remote Net Metering Credit” (RNMC) Solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with a solar energy company. By May of 2014, a Request for Bid Specifications was sent out on behalf of LCSD. Unfortunately, after many months of negotiations with the initial bid winner, we determined that we were not able to agree on an appropriate PPA rate and escalation percentage. In March of 2015, LCSD began discussions ... more >>
Oh Snap! LMS Students Explore the World through Photography: Oh Snap! The latest enrichment module for Lansing Middle School (LMS) has wrapped up and students have plenty of impressive photographs to show for it.   LMS students from fifth to seventh grade were given the module titled “Oh Snap! And more…” The module invited them to participate in a project where the ‘focus’ will be on photography. Join us as we snap away at our world with a new view." With these instructions in hand, students were then given the freedom to take the assignment where they wished.   For the project, students spent a class inside LMS, taking photos from inside the school. From here, the students then spent two classes outside LMS, capturing the area around them. The project helped encourage students to look ... more >>
Reminder: High School Art Show Tonight!: Lansing High School students have been busy preparing for the upcoming art show! The Lansing High School art show will take place on Wednesday, May 24 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.    more >>
In case you missed it: Read Around Buckley: On Friday, May 19, all of R.C. Buckley Elementary School particiapted in "Read Around Buckley." Starting at 9:15, students stepped outside to enjoy the beautiful morning weather and read a book or two with their friends. The event was a huge success, with students from Lansing Middle School also stopping over to read with our elementary students. Parents, teachers, staff, and volunteers all stopped by to join in on the fun as well.     more >>
A Message from "13 Ways to Help" Task Force: Dear community members, youth, families, educators, and providers, The trending Netflix Series "13 Reasons Why" has been inspiring passionate dialogue and calls to action all across our country.  On May 5, nearly 70 adults and youth met in Ithaca to begin to explore what we can do regionally to create schools and communities where young people feel safe and able to find the help and support they need every day.  You are warmly invited to another community conversation about this important topic on  Wednesday, May 24 from 4:00 to 5:30pm in the Ithaca High School Cafeteria . Youth are especially encouraged to attend and to share their perspectives on the important issues raised by this ... more >>
Summer Reading Challenge Week 1: 10,698 Minutes: With summer break just around the corner, summer plans and school reading lists are sure to be on everyone’s minds. Thanks to Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge , students at R.C. Buckley Elementary have been able to get a head start on their summer reading, while engaging in some friendly competition along the way.     Week 1 of the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge began on May 8, 2017. In that week alone, students at R.C. Buckley Elementary school read for a total of 10,698 minutes .   Each week, students are invited to enter their progress online. With each entry, they are able to unlock prizes such as online badges and access to games, books, and author interviews.   “It’s very motivating for the kids,” said Pamela Bryce, coordinator ... more >>
2017-18 Budget Results: Budget Results  Proposition # 1 Budget - 454 YES, 160 NO - 74% Proposition #2  Buses - 476 YES, 139 NO - 77% Candidates in order of votes: Tony Lombardo (396) Christine Iacobucci (345) Brenda Zavaski (325) more >>
Sponsor a Couple/Volunteer at the After-Prom Party: A “City of Stars” Arrives at Lansing High School (LHS) LHS Prom 2017 will be held at the Ithaca Country Club on May 20. This year’s theme is City of Stars, based on the movie “La La Land.” Guests are welcome to begin arriving at 6:00 p.m. to take pictures. The dinner buffet will begin at 6:45 p.m. For more information on LHS Prom 2017, please contact Andrea Schneider . After-Prom Party - There is Still Time to Help! The after-prom party will be held at The Rink at 11:00 p.m. and is free for all students. The Lansing community is invited to help support the LHS Prom 2017 after-prom party by sponsoring a couple or volunteering at the after-prom party. The after-prom party offers a safe and exciting atmosphere and a drug and alcohol ... more >>
Reminder: Budget Vote TODAY: The budget vote will be held TODAY, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Teacher Center, located near the Lansing District Office. For more information on the budget, click here to view the LCSD 2017-18 Budget Bulletin  or visit the Budget Information page , located on the LCSD Board of Education site. more >>
Reminder: Budget Vote Tomorrow, May 16: The budget vote will be held on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Teacher Center, located near the Lansing District Office. For more information on the budget, click here to view the LCSD 2017-18 Budget Bulletin  or visit the Budget Information page , located on the LCSD Board of Education site. more >>
Lansing Community Says THANK YOU to LCSD Employees:   more >>
Project A.C.E.S. Takes Over R.C. Buckley Elementary: In case you missed it! On Wednesday, May 10, R.C. Buckley Elementary School celebrated Project A.C.E.S. - All Children Exercising Simultaneously! Students and staff took advantage of the beautiful weather to get outside during the morning and exercise, even doing the chicken dance.  Thank you to everyone who participated and helped make this fun event possible! more >>
Thank You LCSD Employees!: The Lansing Central School District (LCSD) would like to take this time to appreciate the LCSD employees for all they do! Employees of our district help to provide our future citizens guidance and education. Our future depends on providing our students with an excellent education, and the LCSD employees help to do just that. From creating lesson plans, monitoring progress, bussing to games, providing warm meals, counseling and coaching students, performing community service, and so much more -- LCSD employees do it all. The Lansing community recognizes and supports the LCSD employees in educating the children of this community. Please take a moment to express your appreciation to our employees for all of their dedication and devotion to their work. Thank you to all of our LCSD ... more >>
Reminder: Elementary School Art Show May 11:   more >>
View the Meet the Board of Ed Candidates Video: Did you miss the Meet the Candidates for the LCSD Board of Education (BOE) session on Monday, May 8? Watch the video below or click here to view the video of the 2017-2018 LCSD Budget Hearing , along with the Meet the Candidates for the LCSD BOE session.   Looking to learn more about our BOE Candidates? Click on each candidates name to read their full bios! Christine Iacobucci Anthony (Tony) Lombardo Linda Pasto Lynne Lacko Sheldon Brenda Zavaski To learn more about the LCSD 2017-18 Budget, please click here to visit the Budget Information page , located on the LCSD Board of Education site.  more >>
Giving is Gorges 2017!: Giving is Gorges 2017 is underway! While the school year is coming to a close, planning for next year is in full swing and the Lansing Central School District (LCSD) and community can help. The LCSD and Lansing community are invited to make a gift in honor of a faculty or staff member during Giving is Gorges and help support Pack-A-Backpack too!   The Lansing PTSO is participating in  Giving is Gorges 2017  to raise funds for the Pack-A-Backpack program's annual school supply drive. Each year, the need for assisting students with school supplies grows across the district – with the 2017-2018 school year projected to have a 37% increase from the previous school year!   The Lansing PTSO raises funds for Pack-A-Backpack through the sale of the  ... more >>
Save the Dates! Art Shows at LCSD 5/11, 5/24, 6/7: Save the dates for the upcoming Lansing Central School District art shows! The R.C. Buckley Elementary School art show will take place on May 11 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Lansing Middle School art show will take place on June 7 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The Lansing High School art show will take place on May 24 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Students have worked hard this year creating lots of new and exciting artwork! The Lansing community is invited to join the Lansing Central School District for all three art shows. We hope to see you there! more >>
Reminder: Monday, May 8 is LCSD Spirit Day: Get that school gear ready, Bobcats! Monday, May 8, 2017 is Spirit Day at LCSD. So put on that Bobcat gear or your blue and gold and show off your school spirit!   more >>
LCSD School Employee Appreciation Week: May 8-12: May 8-12  is National Teacher Appreciation Week, but the Lansing Central School District (LCSD) tradition is to celebrate ALL of our LCSD faculty and staff! In honor of Lansing's Bicentennial and the iconic Myers Point lighthouse, this year's theme is "Our Future is Bright Because of You!" Please join us in celebrating our Bobcat Pride as we thank our teachers, bus drivers, custodians, office/administrative staff, coaches, food service, grounds, BOE, and the administrative team for all they do for our students! What better way to show your appreciation of our LCSD employees than by getting involved and participating. While the Lansing PTSO will provide treats, door prize, and surprises for the ... more >>
The Effect of The Power Plant for LCSD: Over the past few years, questions have begun to arise about the power plant and the impact it may have upon LCSD. The Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) agreement was made in an effort to stabilize tax payments, so all parties can plan accordingly and avoid the negative affect of large swings in assessment valuation and subsequent tax payments. With that said, it is unfortunate that our newest PILOT with the power plant states a significant reduction for the upcoming school year and subsequent years. In fact, we can expect to see an additional $40,000,000 reduction in value over the next three years with the most significant drop occurring in 2017-2018. Over the years, LCSD has responded by balancing the use of reserve funds, reducing our workforce and/ or programs, engaging in efficiencies ... more >>

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