2019 Fore The Kids
Grab Your Alumni Friends & Join the Fun!
June 6, 2019 - 9am Shotgun Start
Old Oakland Golf Club
For more details and sponsorship information, check out the flyer by clicking
LC ALUMNI ACTIVITIES!
Lawrence Central will be recognizing members of the 2004 state championship baseball team on Tuesday May 7th. If you were part of the team, please RSVP to
or call 317-964-7440.
If you are a fan, mark you calendar to attend the LC vs LN game and help recognize the 2004 team that brought the school's first ever (and still remaining) baseball state championship to LC.
To honor the memory of LC super fan Emanuel Duncan, we will hold our first ever alumni basketball game on June 29th at 1pm in the Main Gym. All proceeds raised will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation.
This game is open to anyone who earned at least one varsity letter in either boys or girls basketball at LC. All eligible players must have received their diploma from LC.
Lawrence North Presents
Bye, Bye Birdie the Musical
May 3rd and 4th @ 7pm in LN Auditorium
$10 tickets ($5 with student ID)
Lawrence Central Class of 1969
50 Year Class Reunion
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Bridgewater Club, 5:00pm to 11:00pm
3535 E. 161st Street, Carmel, IN 46033
Pam Dusendschon by
Lawrence Central Class of 1994
25th Year Class Reunion
Sept. 13-14, 2019
Questions? Contact Latasha Mardis by
Lawrence North Class of 1999
20 Year Reunion
Planning Has Begun
Questions or want to help? Contact Matt Boling by email.
If you would like to add your reunion to the Alumni eNewsletter or the Alumni page of the Foundation's website, please email
CHECK OUT THESE TALENTED ALUMNI
Lawrence Central Class of 1968, is an accomplished artist. When at Lawrence Central High School, Teresa received the "Outstanding Senior Artist Award" and always had the highest respect and admiration for her high school art teacher, James Doversberger. When you admire her work, it is easy to see that art is her love.
Originally using oils as her medium, today Teresa paints uses watercolors. For 3 years she has been painting the "faces of Conner Prairie" by doing portraits of both historical interpreters as well as the faces of the many rare breed animals at the museum. Don't miss her
"One Woman Show" which is opening June 7 - October 20, 2019 at the Conner Prairie Interpretive Museum.
Pictured here, watercolor paintings by Teresa Altemeyer. Clockwise from top:
The Union Preserved,
School Teacher at Conner Prairie, and
Girl with the Oxen Goad Stick.
You don't want to miss seeing the work of this extremely talented alum.
Lawrence Central Class of 2004
, returned to Indianapolis for two headlining shows at Helium Comedy Club on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28. If you didn't catch one of the shows, you might need to travel to Hollywood to see her perform.
Recently,Seth Johnson, Lawrence North Class of 2009,
from Nuvo caught up with Megan. Click here to read the full article and learn about Megan's start in comedy, her engagement in front of Reggie Miller, and more.
Lawrence Central Class of 2016
, had more than LC fans cheering him on during the NCAA Final Four Tournament. After leaving LC, Kyle began playing at the University of Virginia and this year, he and his teammates secured the NCAA Championship. We couldn't be prouder of Kyle, who was named the Most Outstanding Player for the tournament. Watch all of his top plays in this NCAA highlights video.
According to Kyle's Twitter page, he has decided to keep his name in the draft and is leaving Charlottesville as he completes his junior year. Congratulations Kyle! Your Lawrence Township family wishes you much luck and you will always be our Guy!
Want to share information about alumni? Please email them to
, Executive Director of the Lawrence Township School Foundation. We are always proud to share their success!
Is your favorite Lawrence Township teacher or mentor still working in the school district? Why not let that special someone know how much you appreciate all he or she did for you.
Through the Foundation's
Honor An Educator program, you can thank a special teacher, principal, coach, bus driver, or other school staff member who has gone "above & beyond" in your life. Let the Lawrence Township School Foundation help you.
Simply click the button and fill out the
Honor An Educator form online by May 15, and a card with your special sentiments will be delivered to that deserving educator and his/her supervisor will be notified of the recognition.
If you prefer to submit by mail, click here to download the form.
Let the Lawrence Township School Foundation help you say thanks!
Questions? Call the Foundation office at 317-423-8300.
Support LTSF with Everyday Shopping to Benefit LT Students!
Every time you shop for groceries, you can also
help the students of Lawrence Township. Register your
KROGER PLUS CARD
and enter the NPO number WE867. Each time you shop at Kroger, swipe your Kroger Plus card or enter the phone number associated with your card and a percentage of your purchases will be donated to the Foundation. It's that easy!
SHOP at AMAZON through
and .5% of your purchases will be donated to the Foundation. Simply select M S D of Lawrence Township Foundation Inc. It's the same Amazon that you know and love, it just smiles at us when you shop!
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Girls Swimming & Diving -
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Track & Field - @LN on 4/30/19
Softball - @ LC 5/7/19
Baseball - @LC on 5/7/19
Baseball - @LN on 5/8/19
The MSD of Lawrence Township and the Lawrence Township School Foundation want to know what is happening with you! Maybe you or a fellow alum has recently been recognized for accomplishments. Maybe you recently got engaged, married, or had a baby. Whatever the news, we want to celebrate with you.
to make a formal submission or simply email
, LTSF Executive Director.
Thanks for making us proud!
Our mission is to bring alumni together, celebrating the past successes of our schools while supporting the future generations of Lawrence Township.