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Duke Talent Identification Program

LCMS is proud of the nineteen 7th graders who will be recommended for the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP). The students are recommend based on scoring at the 95th percentile rank or higher on a nationally norm-referenced test.

Pictured left to right: Front Row – Kyle Zimmerman, Sidney Hubbard, Josie Howard, Deagan Dukes, Gage Chappell, Travis Boone and Alec Yaw.   Back Row – Tony Lasher-Board Member, David Kitchens-Board Chairman, Ron Jones-Board Member and Victor Zimmerman-Superintendent.  Also receiving his award and pictured separately is Gunner Powell with Board Chairman David Kitchens.  Students also receiving this award but unable to attend were: Ali Berry, Karena Boyd, Tyler Calender, Olivia Collier, Jansen Freeman, Coby Hunter, Carson Jaco, MaKayla Nelms, Sequoyah Ralph, Callie Smith and Alyssa Workman.

September staff Live RED Award Recipient

Mrs. Stephanie Weldon September staff Live RED award recipient

 

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The Dinner Table Project

The Dinner Table Project

Making coding more friendly

Students at South Livingston Elementary School (Livingston County) work on creating video games in the Coding Club, part of the school’s Mustang Roundup Academy 21st Century Community Learning Centers program.

 

http://www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/2016/08/making-coding-more-friendly/

Transition of NEW students to LCMS

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One Call Self Update

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