The Teachers for Tomorrow students have finished their first day of fieldwork at Kenbridge and Victoria Elementary Schools today. They were so excited and cannot wait to go back next week! 💜💛
5 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Teachers for Tomorrow
Thank you Pennington Seed for the generous donation of terra cotta pots to our Agriculture programs at the middle and high schools. We truly appreciate your continued support of our students!
7 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Pennington Seed donates terracotta pots to ag classes
VES & KES Families--Check out your January Early Childhood Parents Make The Difference Newsletter in English and Spanish. https://5il.co/1ndeo https://5il.co/1ndet
14 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Parent Newsletter
Parent Newsletter in Spanish
Just a reminder that LCPS will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2023, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Schools will reopen at the regular time on Tuesday, January 17, 2023. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
18 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
MLK Jr Day
📖📚LCPS Pre K Students will be receiving books that will be sent home monthly. This will start in January and continue for the remainder of the school year. This donation was made possible by QuickStart Tennis of Central Virginia (QCV). QCV raises funds to provide Scholastic books to send home with preschoolers in public schools in central and southside Virginia. Teachers will be sending home monthly books for the remainder of the school year with FUN activities for families to read and learn together. Lunenburg County Public Schools’ goal, with the support of QCV, is to help build at-home libraries for young kids, foster a love of reading, and improve school readiness. The book of the month for January is "How To Catch a Gingerbread Man" by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton. Families are encouraged to read these books with their child and participate in these at-home activities. 📖📚 Thank you @quickstarttennisofcentralvirginia!
18 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Children 2
Children 1
Children 2
Teachers and book 2
💜💛🏆CHS MARKETING CLASS TEAMS TAKE 1ST AND 3RD IN STATEWIDE STOCK MARKET GAME💜💛🏆 Mr. Buchanan's marketing students learn about the stock market. As part of that process they are assigned to groups of four and entered into the Statewide Stock Market Game. They competed against 244 other teams consisting of students from different high schools from all over the state. This is a simulation game done on the internet with all stock prices tied to real-time values. The teams were given a total of $100,000.00 to invest in the purchase of stocks. They then had 6 weeks to manage their portfolios, and the winners were based on the net gain. CHS Group #1 won 1st place in the state as well as 1st place in the VCU Region. Members of that team are: Anthony Inzeo Jaden Lee Isaiah Brooks Hope Freegard CHS Group #2 won 3rd place in the state as well as 2nd place in the VCU Region. Members of that team are: Maurice Lee Tevon Reed Lyric White Jacob Morris The 1st place team increased their portfolio by $24,000.00 and was ahead of the 2nd place team by $4,000.00. These students have been invited to the Federal Bank in Richmond Virginia to be recognized for their hard work and accomplishments. These groups are pictured below with their teacher Mr. Jamie Buchanan.
18 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Stock Market Game Winners
The LCPS School Board Meeting times have changed moving forward for 2023. Starting with the February meeting, the General Session, which is open to the public, will NOW start at 6:30 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. The school board meeting dates can be found on our website, www.lunenburgcountyschools.org.
20 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Modified LCPS Logo
Just a reminder that LCPS will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2023, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Schools will reopen at the regular time on Tuesday, January 17, 2023. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
20 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
MLK Jr Day
January 2023 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE MONTH-- Central High School is proud to announce our January Student of the Month, Jordan Xavier Reese. Jordan is a 10th Grader at CHS. He is the son of Mr. Mark Reese Jr. and Ms. Katrina Nelson of Kenbridge, Virginia. His teachers describe him as an outstanding student. He is honest, compassionate, and most importantly, he is reliable. He can be counted on to get the job done and done well. Jordan is an honor roll student who works hard to maintain good grades in all his classes. He is involved in his local church, serving as an usher and volunteering with the nursing home outreach program. In addition, Jordan enjoys cooking, and upon graduating, he plans to attend a culinary school to further his skills. His hobbies include cooking and playing video games. His favorite classes in school are his Culinary classes.
21 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Jordan Reese
Character education this month is all about Perseverance. One way to think about Perseverance is “pushing yourself through challenges and obstacles.” We all experience challenges in our lives. We all have moments when we feel like we can’t do it or that we want to give up on a big task. It is important to develop tools that help us work through those challenges in order to grow in those moments instead of giving up. How might you practice Perseverance as a family this month? Throughout the school, students will be developing skills like focusing, organizing, and goal-setting.
22 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Perseverance
Lunenburg County Public Schools will hold a Public Hearing on the FY2024 Budget at 6:00 p.m., today, Monday, January 9, 2023, at Lunenburg Middle School.
22 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Modified LCPS Logo
LCPS will operate on a two hour delay today, Monday, January 9, due to fog. 12 month employees report two hours late as well. Thank you and have a great day.
22 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Lunenburg County Public Schools will be conducting drills for lock-down procedures in each of its schools during the week of January 9, 2023. These are just DRILLS. This message serves as our official notice. Code of Virginia Lock-Down Drills § 22.1-137.2. In every public school, there shall be a lock-down drill at least once during the first 20 school days of each school session, in order that students and teachers may be thoroughly practiced in such drills. Every public school shall hold at least two additional lock-down drills after the first 60 days of the school session. Every public school shall provide the parents of enrolled students with at least 24 hours notice before the school conducts any lock-down drill. Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students shall be exempt from mandatory participation in lock-down drills during the first 60 days of the school session.
25 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Modified LCPS Logo
Congratulations to Hailey Routt! Hailey is the CHS January Work-Based Learning Student of the Month. She is a junior who works at Salon Envie in Kenbridge. She wants to become a hairdresser and specialize in extensions. Her ultimate goal is to be a salon owner. Hailey's work-based learning experience is enabling her to learn many skills needed in her future career. She plans to attend SVCC to earn her cosmetology license.
26 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Hailey Routt
LCPS Families--Attendance matters! As we conclude the holiday break and return tomorrow, we appreciate everyone’s efforts to settle into a routine of regular attendance for the first semester. Please continue to build this habit with your student for the second semester. As long as your child is healthy, please encourage showing up to class when school is in session. Every day of school is an important opportunity for students to learn as well as to connect to their peers and teachers. We thank: 🌟Our students and their families who do their best to show up daily even when it isn’t easy. 🌟Our teachers who go above and beyond to make school a welcoming and safe place for all students to learn. 🌟Our administrators who help us work together to ensure we create a physically and emotionally safe and engaging learning environment. 🌟Our many, many healers and helpers - the support staff and community volunteers who provide the extra hands and attention our children need. We appreciate each one of you. If your family or child needs support, please contact our guidance departments. We look forward to seeing all of our students tomorrow.
27 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
attendance flyer
Lunenburg County Public Schools will hold a Public Hearing on the FY2024 Budget at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, January 9, 2023, at Lunenburg Middle School.
27 days ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Modified LCPS Logo
Congratulations to Hayden Mickles who is this year's intern at Pennington Seed, Central Garden and Pet in Kenbridge. Hayden is training in numerous areas there and will have several certifications once completed. Once Hayden turns 18 in the spring, he will be certified to operate a forklift. Pictured with Hayden is Stuart Harmon, Safety Coordinator for the Garden Distribution Division. Thank you Pennington Seed, Central Garden and Pet for your continued support of our students and community!
about 1 month ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Hayden Mickles
Mr. Edmondson's 8th-grade Introduction to Plant Science students learned how to make holiday wreaths this past week.
about 1 month ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Holiday Wreath and student
Holiday Wreath and student
Congratulations to the Career and Technical Education teachers and students at Central High School. To date, over 169 industry certifications have been earned by our students this semester. These tests include: Parapro W!se Financial Literacy National Career Readiness (NCRC) National Customer Service and Sales BASF Plant Science Microsoft Word 2019 Associate Microsoft Word 2019 Expert These Virginia Board of Education-approved credentials not only are a graduation requirement in the state of Virginia but also help prepare students for jobs and post-secondary education. Students who pass an industry credential while in high school may list it on resumes, college, job, and scholarship applications. It will help give our students an added advantage over other applicants.
about 1 month ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Congratulations
Just a reminder-- LCPS will dismiss early TOMORROW, Tuesday, December 20, 2022. Lunenburg Middle and Central High School will dismiss at 12 noon, and Kenbridge and Victoria Elementary will dismiss at 12:30 p.m. LCPS will be closed for Winter Break starting Wednesday, December 21, 2022 and will be closed for students through Wednesday, January 4, 2023. Wednesday, January 4 will be a Teacher Work Day. Schools will reopen for students at the normal time on Thursday, January 5, 2023. We hope that you will have a safe and happy holiday season!
about 1 month ago, Lunenburg County Public Schools
Winter Break