February 22, 2021
Your News from Lancaster City Schools...
Lancaster seniors have played a huge part in bringing respectability back to the program
The Lancaster boys' basketball team have been a pleasure to watch this season. This group of players have shown our community a season that hasn't been seen in many years - one full of heart, determination and chemistry, which ultimately lead them to 11 game wins. That is the most wins the Golden Gales have seen since 2008.

With a goal of changing the perception of Lancaster basketball, this group of seniors, led by Cameron Roudabush and Blake Snezik, feel confident they have accomplished that this year.

“Our whole senior group talked about how much we wanted to come in this year and change the narrative of this program because it has struggled for so many years,” Roudabush said. “We knew we had great team chemistry and we really enjoyed playing with each other. We just wanted to prove to people that we could win and gain some respect for the program, and I think we’ve done that. We’ve done that as a group.

What's Happening in Our Schools...

With the help of an anonymous donation, Gorsuch West was able to restock their recess equipment!

Did you know there is a new way to keep up with your elementary student's assignments? Check out the directions above to stay up to date and even receive alerts on missing assignments.

Will your child be 5 years old by August 1, 2021? If so, don't forget to sign them up for Lancaster City Schools Kindergarten!

Registration begins March 1, 2021.

Mrs. Dickson's class was so excited for their Valentine's book donation!

Since Mrs. Barber's 3rd Grade class couldn't have their Valentine's Day party, they did a scavenger hunt on Zoom instead!

A few of them couldn't find a heart to bring back, so they made one with their hands.

Mrs. Barbers says, "This class of mine is pretty special!"

Check out some of the beautiful work from Mrs. Young's art classes!

The digital color wheels were done by her 7th graders and the digital weaving was done by her 8th graders.

For a Valentine's Day celebration, Thomas Ewing students received a Valen-KIND card from another student or staff member, along with a treat!
Elizabeth Shipley was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award for Lancaster High School. This award recognizes a student who has demonstrated the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

Amazing job, Elizabeth!
February 23: Board Meeting | 4:30 p.m. at 111 S. Broad Street, Large Meeting Room
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