Lockport City School District
April Points of Pride from Superintendent Bradley
Administrative Professionals Day April 22, 2020
Virtual Spirit Week
To keep spirits high, Charles Upson Elementary School celebrated a virtual spirit week. Activities included PJ Day, Wacky Sock Day, and Tie Dye Day. Lots of fun and beautiful smiles!
Parade on a Rainy Day
The Anna Merritt Elementary School Learning Community came together to participate in a parade to get students out and greet teachers as they drove through neighborhoods. Personnel from the Lockport Police Department, Niagara County Sheriff's Department, and local fire companies were invited to participate. Students and their parents sat in cars along the route and students held hand painted signs. The dreary weather did not stop bringing sunshine and smiles on students', parents', and staff members' faces!
Aramark Food Service
Thank you to Thomas Heagerty, food service manager, and all Aramark employees for their outstanding work with providing over 92,500 meals to LCSD students during the COVID-19 school closure. The service is operating at three locations....North Park Junior High School, George Southard Elementary School, and Roy B. Kelley Elementary School, and through our Techmobile in five neighborhoods. Please check our website for more information. The food service staff is an amazing group of people who have been working non-stop.
2020 Best Communities for Music Education Award
The Lockport City School District has been named one of 754 districts across the nation to be a Best Communities for Music Education recipient by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation. The Lockport City School District demonstrates an unwavering commitment to providing comprehensive music education for all students and is dedicated to providing learning opportunities as part of a well rounded education. This is the fifth consecutive year the district has received the award.
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Donation to Eastern Niagara Hospital
4th Grade District Rap Assignment
Fourth grade students district wide were challenged to create either a melodic or rhythmic Lockport Lions cheer for general music class. It was to have a strong beat/pulse. Students were encouraged to create a background with body percussion and choreography. Here is a great submission from Noah Moran!
Michelle T. Bradley, Superintendent
Although we remained apart during the month of April due to COVID-19, there were numerous activities that took place which make us LION PROUD. Everyone is making the best of the situation, staying positive, and remaining hopeful. We will continue to provide continuity of learning for students, a meal distribution plan, and a child care program at John Pound Early Childhood Center. Third quarter report cards will soon be available. Please continue to check our website and your email accounts for updated information from LCSD. Stay safe and be well!