May 16, 2022
Your News from Lancaster City Schools...
A Message From Superintendent Hale
Hello Gale Nation!
As the 2021-2022 school year and my first year as your superintendent comes to an end, I want to let you all know how incredibly proud I am of Lancaster City Schools! Thank you to our board of education, staff, students, and families who made this school year so impactful!
This year we outlined our Portrait of a Graduate, which emphasizes educating and preparing our students with the knowledge, attitude, and skills needed to accomplish a lasting career long after graduation. I believe it is safe to say that our students have done an incredible job at recognizing and implementing those practices into their day-to-day lives.
To our graduating seniors, it has been an absolute honor to be your superintendent. I cannot wait to see all the amazing things you accomplish. To our students returning in the fall, enjoy your well-deserved summer break. I am looking forward to seeing all your smiling faces in August! And, finally, to the Lancaster City Schools' faculty and staff, you are the backbone of this district. The work you do each day is inspiring, and I am honored to work alongside you!
Thank you, and I wish you all a safe and restful summer!
Nathan Hale
What's Happening in Our Schools...

To celebrate National Police Week, the Red Block Club created and delivered over 70 candy survival bags to the Lancaster Police Department!

Field Day is almost here! Parents, if you want to volunteer click the link below to check-out what's available.

Field day volunteer link.

Recently, the kindergarten students have been developing their research skills by researching about trees. Then, Mr. Lebold came in and spoke to the students about trees and the students got to help plant saplings!

There are so many fun and exciting things happening in Mt. Pleasant Elementary! Make sure you are following their Facebook page to stay up to date!

Tallmadge Field Day 2022 will be on Wednesday, May 25.

Please make sure your kid(s) brings:
  • Change of clothes and shoes
  • Water bottle
  • Beach towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Sack lunch, if packing

Last Thursday, the 7th grade social studies classes had the opportunity to hear from Dr. Jarrod Tudor, Dean of Campus and Community Relations at Ohio University - Lancaster. Students learned about setting life goals, how to budget, what kind of side hustles you can do to make ends meet if needed, retirement, and so much more!

Click here to read what else the students learned about.

Join the New Life Christian Center on June 4 to learn more about how you can help the Lancaster community and how to connect your passion to action!

You're almost there, seniors!

Commencement services will be held at Fulton Field at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2022.
May 24: Regular Board Meeting | 4:30 p.m., 111 S. Broad St., Large Meeting Room
May 27: Last Day of School for Students
May 28: Commencement Services
May 30: Memorial Day
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