Lockport City School District

January 2022 Points of Pride from Superintendent Bradley

"The time is always right to do what is right." Celebrating the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Lockport High School Student Spotlight Award

Lockport High School students were recognized with a new award, the Student Spotlight Award. This award is presented to LHS underclassmen for their contribution to the Lion Proud, Lion Strong philosophy by modeling the following pillars of character: community, citizenship, respect, trustworthiness, caring, and responsibility. Each marking period designated departments nominate ten students. Our first presentation of this award honored the English, Music, Physical Education, Health, and Science Department nominees. The honorees for Health and Physical Education are: Batradz Djikkaity, Luke Genewik, William Lewandowski, Zack Luick, Dominic Ramos, Madison Rosenburg, Alexis Runfola, Skye Wendt and Alexis Worden. The English Department recognized: Ella Booth, Jameson Eisenhauer, Tyler Glena, John Kugler, Chloe Leuscher, Neptune Massa, Noor Rahmany, Javon Ruiz, Chloe Wysochanski and Miakiah Taylor. Recipients from the Music Department are: Emily Buri, Jonathan Carmina, Maxim Chenez, Skylar Hill, Ian Krest, Cecilia Millen, Jonathan Platt, Mitchell Stutz, Edianys Aquino and Lilly Wilcox. The Science Department honorees are Anthony Gagliardi, Tyler Halifax, Athena Horn, Julia Bucci, Jamari Pilgran, Lucas Pynn, Tiana Tillotson, and Caleb Blowers. Congratulations to these students!
Students displaying awards

Aaron Mossell Jr High School Kindness Blizzard

Students participated in lessons promoting kindness in their English Language Arts (ELA) classes. The activity was designed by the counseling team to spread kindness, inspiration, gratitude and positive messages throughout the school. A team decorated the front entrance of the school with kindness! "Kindness is like snow – It beautifies everything it covers." – Kahlil Gibran

Kindness decorations at AMJHS

Learning in Our Schools

Dear LCSD Colleagues and Families,

As we find ourselves continuing to manage the pandemic during a third school year, the beginning of a new calendar year is a time to refocus and recommit to the values and beliefs that guide our work in the Lockport City School District. In the early part of 2022, let us reflect on the past and resolve to have the mindset to plan for the future in Lockport.

Thank you to students, staff, and parents for their incredible efforts and remarkable endurance during very stressful times. As we continue to work together to keep all people safe and well, we constantly find ourselves rebounding and moving forward, resetting our initiatives and priorities, and reigniting teaching and learning in the Lockport City School District. Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2022. Stay safe and be well.