Lancaster High School Students Help Fairfield Medical Center
Students at Lancaster High School
recently came together to help Fairfield Medical Center collect more than 8,000 pounds of food
for the hospital's Spirit of Christmas food drive. Students collected the food on Dec. 11 during a hot chocolate social at the high school.
Jim Crist, an intervention specialist at Lancaster High School who
helped coordinate the drive with Heart Failure Coordinator Brittany Meszaros and the FMC Foundation, said there was great participation
from the entire student body. "The high school is full of caring students who always help out when there is a need," he said. "The
canned good collection was a way for us to get students to come
together and have a hot chocolate social, but also help our community."
Ask a Kindergartner..."What is a School Board?"
Each month the Lancaster Schools Network will be tackling the big questions with answers from Lancaster kindergarten students. This month, in honor of School Board Recognition Month, we ask them: "What is a school board?" and give them a chance to hire their dream teachers!
LHS Choir: The Place to Be In Harmony
Under Choir Director Sandy McCoy, the LHS choir program has become one of the most decorated extracurriculars in the county.
Building State-of-the-Art Schools
At Medill, HVAC piping, overhead electrical conduit and metal stud rough ins are complete on the first floor of the kindergarten-3rd grade two- story classroom section. In addition, the sprinkler system and cable tray hangars are being installed while the concrete block walls are being prepared for block fill. On the second floor of the kindergarten-3rd grade section, the internal concrete block walls, duct work and metal stud walls are now complete while HVAC piping is ongoing. Internal concrete block walls and metal stud walls are complete on the first floor of the preschool and grades 4-5 section while overhead conduit, metal stud rough ins, HVAC pipes, sanitary pipes and cable tray hangars installation are ongoing. On the second floor of the preschool and grades 4-5 section, the metal stud walls are complete while internal concrete block walls and ductwork are being installed. Internal concrete block wall and roof installation (weather permitting) are ongoing in the common area. Fox Mechanical continues to install sanitary, storm water and domestic water lines throughout the building.
At Tallmadge, internal concrete block walls are being prepared for block fill. Cable tray installation and dry wall installation is underway in the administration and two-story classroom section of the building. In the kindergarten-1st grade section, metal studs and drywall installation is ongoing. RVM Construction has completed internal block wall installation in the cafeteria/gymnasium section with the exception of the restroom chase walls. Claypool Electric is installing overhead conduit and metal stud rough ins throughout the building. Fox Mechanical is installing HVAC pipes, HVAC ducts and storm water pipes in the building.
LEA Liaison Meeting: Tuesday, January 13 at 4 p.m.
Late Arrival Day: Thursday, January 14. All students to report two hours later than usual.
End of Grading Period/ First Semester: Friday, January 15