Dear LCS community,
We have some highlights to share with you from our Tuesday, April 19, 2022, Lynchburg City School Board Work Session.
A representative from Dominion Seven Architects, Mr. Blair Smith, presented part two of the facilities study. Superintendent Dr. Crystal Edwards commented that there will not be school closures or consolidations this August, and that it will take time to create a thoughtful plan. LCS encourages members of the community to attend Community Conversations to further discuss information in the facilities study and future decisions regarding new construction, renovation, consolidation, and rezoning. The first Community Conversations will take place Monday, April 25 at Sandusky Elementary School, 5828 Apache Lane, at 6:00 p.m. We encourage members of the community to join us and share your input, comments, and feedback.
Deputy Superintendent Amy Pugh recommended and the School Board approved the recommended textbooks for K-12 science.
Deputy Superintendent Pugh recommended and the School Board approved the book donation from the Virginia Education Foundation (VEF). VEF would like to donate 21,489 books with a retail value of $353,482.11. These books are for all age groups, PreK through high school.
The next School Board Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 3 at 5:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the School Administration Building, and the next School Board Work Session is scheduled for Tuesday, May 17 at 5:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the School Administration Building.
Thank you for supporting our LCS mission: Every Child, By Name and By Need, to Graduation!