Lawrence at Lucas
September 6, 2019
Join the Lawrence Township community for an evening of football and fun. Advance Sale tickets available through the Athletic Offices.
For game schedule and additional information, click
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 1974
45 Year Class Reunion
Saturday, September 14, 2019
River Glen Clubhouse, 6:30pm to 11:30pm
12010 Clubhouse Drive, Fishers, IN 46038
Lawrence Central Class of 199
25th Year Class Reunion
Sept. 13-14, 2019
Questions? Contact Latasha Mardis by
Lawrence North Class of 2009
10 Year Class Reunion
Saturday August 10, 2019
The Silver Centre Event Hall, 6:00pm to 10:00pm
10202 E. Washington Street, Unit 300, Indianapolis, IN 46229
Direct all questions by
to Sjonyae Curry
If you would like to add your reunion to the Alumni eNewsletter or the Alumni page of the Foundation's website, please email
Volleyball - August 22 @ LC
Football - September 6 @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Boys Tennis - September 12 @ LN
Girls Soccer - September 16 @ LN
Boys Soccer - September 17 @ LN
Girls Golf - September 18 @ Old Oakland
Boys Basketball - December 12 @ LC
Girls Basketball - January 16 @ LC
Girls Swimming & Diving - January 16 @ LC
Boys Swimming & Diving - January 16 @ LC
Wrestling - January 22 @ LC
Girls Tennis - April 17 @ LC
Softball - May 12 @ LN
Baseball - May 13 @ LC
Alumni Creating Impact
Dawn (Haas) Knight
Lawrence North Class of 1989
, released a book on July 1st titled, Race and Football in America: The Life and Legacy of George Taliaferro. Taliaferro was an NFL trailblazer as the first black man drafted by an NFL team and the first black quarterback. The book weaves Taliaferro's story with other athletes who used football as a vehicle for social justice. Dawn's hope is that it will spark honest discourse about race in America. Knight met Taliaferro when she took his social work class at Indiana University and knew his story had to be told. Dawn currently works as an English teacher at Westfield High School.
Lawrence North Class of 1997
recently presented a session called "Borrowing Best Practices from Basketball Practice" at the
Southern Regional Education Board
's Making Schools Work Conference in Baltimore, MD. The session focused on the symmetry between on-court and in-classroom feedback for athletes, students, coaches, and teachers. Currently Sean is a literacy instructional specialist for Gwinnett County Public Schools, northeast of Atlanta. We love seeing our LT alumni impacting students and fellow educators throughout the country and beyond. Have a great year!
Gina (Tumbarello) Vorhees
Lawrence Central Class of 1999
, Director of International Policy and Trade for the American Feed Industry Association, has been reappointed to serve on the U.S. Foreign Agricultural Service's Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee for Trade in Grains, Feed, Oilseeds, and Planting Seeds. Gina has represented AFIA members on the committee since 2014 and provides valuable technical advice and information about U.S. animal food products and the industry to the Secretary of Agriculture and U.S. Trade Representative (USTR).
. Congratulations Gina! Your LT family is so proud of your success.
Lawrence Central Class of 2007
, received the Deb Williams Scholarship when she was a senior at LC. LTSF holds the endowment for the Deb Williams Scholarship which was named after a beloved LC teacher. This scholarship is awarded annually to a senior who is planning to major in education. Now Kendra is a teacher at Winding Ridge. We love when our programs go full circle. Glad to have you in LT, Kendra!
Want to share information about alumni? Please email them to Cori Korn, Executive Director of the Lawrence Township School Foundation. We are always proud to share their success!
You or your business can be part of this community day of service at Lawrence Township Schools. Contact Cori Korn, LTSF Executive Director, to see how your business can become involved.
Online sign-up will be available on
beginning August 20th.
Say Yes to helping LT Schools!
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!
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!