Reminder: The last regular day of school for grades 7-12 is Tuesday, June 14th. The last day of school for grades PK-6 is Wednesday, June 22nd. There is no school on June 20th in observance of Juneteenth.
Reminder: We have three upcoming concerts and two are this week. We hope you will join us. Concerts start at 7 PM in the Middle/High School Auditorium.
Yesterday afternoon our metal trade students unveiled their latest project at the Livonia Art Park! Historical photo mosaics of the Town of Livonia were also unveiled stop by and check them out!
June breakfast and lunch menus are now available! #endoftheyear #lastone Breakfast - https://5il.co/1av6o Lunch - https://5il.co/1av6p
Ms. Clark's class had a great day on Friday with a trip to Shoreless Acres for lunch!
The MHS Morning Announcements with Mr. Gammon are now available https://youtu.be/Dx_lUySNvHk. Check out the CCC Award winners, end of year calendar, Seabreeze and Darien Lake info, and the power of one.
🏆 The Triple C Awards program recognizes the courage, character, and commitment of New York State’s outstanding students. With so many changes over the past two years, one thing that remains constant is the resiliency, creativity, and brilliance of our students. These students have persevered under difficult circumstances and risen to the challenge. These students are being honored by the Attorney General for their achievements, whether it be academic success, community service, peer leadership, or overcoming personal obstacles. These students were selected by our teachers and staff for demonstrating outstanding effort and character in our building. #BulldogPride
The MHS Morning Announcements are now available https://youtu.be/b53Kf90zkDk
Thank you to Hayley Anderson, Friends of Livonia, and community businesses and volunteers for sponsoring and running "Reality Check" yesterday. During seminar, students in grades 10-12 were invited to play a little game of “life”. Each student was randomly assigned an income before traveling to booths like housing, insurance, communications and childcare to make “payments”. They had to visit every booth but had the ability to make choices and budget how they spent their money. Most were surprised at the amount of monthly expenses a family has. At the end, students with money left over received a coupon from Simply Positive and raffle tickets to win prizes from Nails on Commercial, Vincenzos, Minnehans and Conesus Gold Club. Those who ended up in the red received a zero Gatorade. All who participated received coupons for free food from McDonalds.
If you missed last night's Robert Leader Jazz Festival or want to hear an encore performance you can find all the songs on YouTube https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKjEhHR34B5o0IVEZn_n5PQwCoWY68JMY More photos coming soon.
Today we celebrated National Speech-Language Pathologist Day! Shout out to LCS’s exceptional speech team Jenny Humphrey, Courtney Milford, Jennifer Rhode and Emily Scheuermann for all of their efforts on behalf of our students and families all year round.
We hope you join us tonight for The Robert Leader Jazz Festival featuring Herb Smith and Zachary McRary! The program starts at 7:00 with songs from 6th Grade Jazz Band, 7/8 Jazz Band, Senior High Jazz Lab, Alumni Jazz, and Jazz Ensemble.
Thank you to all who came out to vote yesterday. Prop 1 Annual Budget Appropriations Yes - 382 No - 235 Prop 2 Transportation Facility Lease Yes - 484 No - 130 BOE Results Josh Monster (incumbent) 520 votes Andy Mattle (incumbent) 489 votes *12 write-in votes
The MHS Morning Announcements are now available https://youtu.be/VRgXExfedVE.
Today was MHS Give Back Day. Student's were encouraged to participate in a community service project. Activities ranged from painting rocks, planting flowers, picking up garbage, donating blood, bake sales, a lemonade stand, window and sidewalk decorating, writing to the military, and pay to play sports. Donations will be given to local organizations.
Thank you to Richard White, Safety Coordinator from Snowflake Transportation, who joined us today for Lunch and Learn. The students loved checking out his truck!
💗 On Wednesday, May 18th, we invite you to join us, wear pink, and Take A Stand to finish strong! "Starting strong is good. Finishing strong is epic" - Robin Sharma #TakeAStand #WearPink
Reminder: The Annual Budget Vote is today, Tuesday, May 17, from 8 am - 8 pm in the Connell Building Foyer. Learn more about the District budget and other propositions appearing on the ballot in the Focus: https://5il.co/19rzv
Congratulations to our Marking Period 5 Principal's List students. A Principal's List student's overall average is between 95 and 105.
Congratulations to our Marking Period 5 High Honor Roll students. A High Honor Roll student's overall average is between 90 and 94.999.