at 44711 Cedar Ave, Lancaster, 93534 United States
Established in 1885, Lancaster School District is continuing a legacy of progress through educational excellence.
Lancaster School District, the first school district in the Antelope Valley, builds a future of opportunity for its students upon a legacy of excellence. Serving more than 14,000 students, across 21 campuses, Lancaster School District is raising the leaders of tomorrow by providing a safe learning environment within a culture of respect.
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“Like bacteria in a hospital, chronic absenteeism can wreak havoc long before it is discovered.” That’s a quote from a study, “The Importance of Being There: A Report on Absenteeism in the Nation's Public Schools,” which points to the importance of data collection. Only six states track chronic absenteeism: Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Nebraska, Oregon and Rhode Island. Read more here: https://getschooled.com/attendance-counts/report
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Reducing chronic absence is a community affair! That means involving parents, government agencies, faith leaders, businesses and community nonprofits to help us build a culture of attendance and offer incentives. Health providers can help us with children who are staying home with chronic asthma or dental problems. Traffic officials and police officers can help us develop safer routes to schools. Businesses and churches can provide needed volunteers. Think about what you can do, and volunteer to help. Learn more at http://www.attendanceworks.org/about/!
El Dorado YOU ROCK!!! Last night I had the pleasure of attending their production of "Stay Tuned" at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center. WOW!!!! It was outstanding. It was a delightful history of television and pop culture. Music, dancing, singing, PURE ENTERTAINMENT!! Though there were many wonderful people that made this event possible (Kudos to you all), I do want to give a special shout out to JANET HAWKINS, writer, director and choreographer; LAURY BULLOCK, musical director; and SUSAN CORSO, props and scenery. THANK YOU LADIES FOR MAKING THIS ANNUAL EVENT SUCH AN AMAZING TRIBUTE TO VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS. Congratulations on your success last night. Keep watching our Facebook page for scenes from the performance.
Congratulations to Lincoln Elementary students that won this year's 365 Black Knowledge Bowl. It was a close competition between Discovery and Lincoln students and in the end only 200 points separated the two teams. They all did an impressive job! Special thanks to Mr. Jamaal Brown who worked with our schools in providing students hundreds of facts about contributions about African Americans and who also worked to coordinate the event.
Our middle school volleyball competition is entering the semi-finals. New Vista 6/7th grade boys go up against Hillview and the Amargosa 8th grade boys team challenge Joe Walker at Piute. Amargosa Creek 8th grade girls compete with Cole at Amargosa Creek. All tomorrow, November 18. Wish 'em luck! Go TEAM LANCASTER!