A Legacy of Giving Back

"I'm going to be crying because I get like that when I talk about her," Ami Williams warned me from the other end of the phone, "but we'll just keep going, okay?" Interviews can be difficult. Yes, for me, but mostly for the people with whom I'm talking. I consider myself a storyteller and any … Continue reading A Legacy of Giving Back

LCS Technology Plan

A quick word from Lancaster City Schools superintendent Steve Wigton: Lancaster City Schools will implement a new technology plan in 2017-18. Under this plan, the iPads for all LHS students will be replaced with Chromebooks at the start of next school year. In addition, all junior high students will be issued Chromebooks to begin the … Continue reading LCS Technology Plan

LHS Journalism Class Prepares Students For a Challenging Career

Who knew the role of "media consumer" would be so difficult? First, the introduction of the 24-hour news cycle means we are bombarded with news, spin, figures, opinions and video all day. There is simply too much to take in. Now we have the looming threat of "fake news": stories that are either outright lies … Continue reading LHS Journalism Class Prepares Students For a Challenging Career

A message from Superintendent Steve Wigton

Educating the youth of our community is one of the most important responsibilities of our society. It is the future of our children that are at stake, and as such, the future of our society is at stake. Receiving an education is a life changing experience which empowers people to become successful in life. Therefore, … Continue reading A message from Superintendent Steve Wigton