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Wednesday, May 15, 2024

LCA students participated in The Highmark Caring Place poster contest, which surrounded the theme of "Helping A Friend In Need".

The School Services Coordinator at the Highmark Caring Place in Erie, Johnathan Williams, joined Leadership students at their Wednesday Chapel to announce several finalists -Layna Rodney, Cecilia Bizzarro, Connor Smith, and Eva Ackerman- and the regional contest winner, Samantha Dawley!

"The Highmark Caring Place, A Center for Grieving Children, Adolescents and Their Families, is a safe place where grieving children and families can come together and be with others who understand what they’re going through.

An essential community resource, the Caring Place offers services at no charge to grieving families from throughout the community."

March 1, 2024

First grade students in Mrs. Spicher's class created structures designed to withstand an earthquake. At LCA, we incorporate teaching techniques that create an atmosphere of learning that embraces the differences in students’ learning styles and intelligences.

The Harvard Gazette quoted Bridget Long, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, saying “The importance of STEM education is about so much more than just jobs. STEM fields demand curious individuals eager to solve the world’s most pressing problems.”

March 1, 2024

Students in 3rd and 4th grade explored the U.S. Brig Niagara while on their field trip to the Erie Maritime Museum.

"We had a great time on our field trip today! We learned all about the Brig Niagara, pulleys and some history of Erie. What a fun time!"- Mrs. Nye, teacher

The U.S. Brig Niagara, home-ported in Erie, Pennsylvania, is a faithful reconstruction of Oliver Hazard Perry’s relief flagship during the Battle of Lake Erie. An embodiment of the dual mission of the Erie Maritime Museum and Flagship Niagara League, she serves as the centerpiece exhibit of the Erie Maritime Museum as well as a sail training vessel, part of an experiential learning program to preserve the art of historic square-rig seamanship.

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