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To Overcome Procrastination

LCS 6th graders have a new elective offered this year called Study Skills.  In this 9-week course students focus on understanding and applying what current brain research says about how our brains learn and remember information.  It is a class filled with practical applications for everyday life.  I asked the first class of students what […]

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When An Unknown Future Is… Okay!

What did you want to be when you grew up? How many of us are doing just that? I remember being in high school and even college and feeling very jealous of the people who had a set plan for the career they envisioned. I was following a path, but I was far from 100% […]

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Will my LCS graduate be prepared for college and beyond?

What kind of academic and career opportunities will be available to my LCS student upon graduation? Will the LCS high school program prepare them for the college of their choice? Will they be ready for the transitions that will face them upon graduation? Parents and students are increasingly anxious these days about some of these […]

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Lessons From “The Kissing Hand”

The Kissing Hand is one of my favorite books to read to my new K4 friends. The storyline is about Chester raccoon getting ready to start school but he feels apprehensive and doesn’t want to go. After crying to his mama, Mrs. Raccoon, shares some wise motherly counsel. “Sometimes we all have to do things we […]

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Let the recruiting begin!

We are back in the swing of things here on campus and the Enrollment Office is already gearing up for next year.  Seems a bit early, right?  The reality is we are not ahead of the game at all.  Student enrollment is a year-round effort that involves everyone in the LCS community. The recruitment of […]

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Getting to know our new Assistant Principal for Middle School, Greg Cawood

Mr. Greg Cawood was appointed to the position of Assistant Principal for the Middle School effective in July. We are appreciative of the leadership, oversight, and support he provides for the students and teachers in our Middle School program. I asked Mr. Cawood to respond to a few questions to help you get to know […]

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A Back to School Fail

One of my favorite times each year is sitting at the dinner table hearing about my boys’ first day of school.  I ask questions until they beg me to stop…Who did you sit with at lunch?  Which teacher was your favorite?  Did anyone in your class get in trouble?  Was it you?  My husband and […]

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Tidbits of Information From Pennye, our LCS “Main Office” Receptionist

– Interview with Pennye McCormick Pennye, how long have you been at LCS?    “I started my 17th year in June. My family moved to Lakeland in 1998, so I was an LCS parent for 5 years before I started working here.” Were you the “Main Office” receptionist the whole time you’ve been at LCS?  […]

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Do you know and believe? Then what?

–Viking View written by Julie Rice, LCS Director of Enrollment Early in the spring I began reading a book called “What if it’s true?” by my favorite author, Charles Martin.  He writes fiction and I have read and love all of his books, however, his newest book is not fiction.  It is what he calls […]

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Part 3 of 3- My Daze in the U.S. Navy

In late November 1972, the USS Ranger (CVA 61) cruised under the Golden Gate Bridge, never stopping until it reached the Gulf of Tonkin off Vietnam. For approximately six weeks we launched planes that flew bombing missions inland. My work space and birthing (sleeping) area were at the very front of the carrier, just below […]

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