It's Time to Apply for Pre K for the 2018-2019 School Year!!
It's time to get your application in for LCPS's Pre K Program for the 2018-2019 school year
. If you have a child who will be 4 years old on or before September, 30, 2018
, the application is available here--Pre K Application.
Our Pre K Screening Day is Monday, April 23
, and the application deadline to be able to come to the screening day is April 9
. ALL applications MUST be in by June 11, 2018.
Acceptance and waiting list letters will go out shortly thereafter.
**NEW THIS YEAR
--There will be a Pre K Parent Information Night on Thursday, April 12
at KES at 5:30 p.m.
If you are applying for the LCPS Pre K Program, please plan to attend. Pre K Parent Information Night Flyer.
LCPS Receives Top Honor at the Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium Banquet
Pictured here from left to right are: Frances Wilson, Director of Technology; Kimberly Maxwell; Charles Berkley, Superintendent; Brian Nowlin; and Amanda Morris.
Lunenburg County Public Schools won the SVRTC Technology Division Award on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at the 12th annual Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium banquet held at Longwood University, Farmville. This competitive award recognizes a division that advances technology in an educational setting. SVRTC provides a mechanism for its partnering school divisions to leverage technology resources. Additionally, it provides members a venue for monthly professional development related to technology issues. The consortium also holds an Annual Awards Banquet to highlight and celebrate the work done in technology and educational technology in our partnering divisions. Congratulations to all faculty and staff members of LCPS for this honor.
In addition to this award, Kimberly Maxwell received the Technology Teacher Award, Brian Nowlin received the Instructional Technology Award, and Amanda Morris received the Technology Support Award. Congratulations to these employees for these awards recognizing their hard work.
Lunenburg County Public Schools
Please bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of Lunenburg County residency.
**Click on the link below for forms to fill out and return to the school.
Kindergarten Forms to Return to the School
**Click on the link below for the Physical Form that must be completed by the doctor and the parent and returned to the school.
Commonwealth of Virginia Physical Form
CHS FBLA Travels to Federal Reserve
FBLA traveled to the Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond on Wednesday, February 28th. They had hands on activities which taught them the importance of price stability, regulating banks and also the process of distributing cash and coins to the banks in their region. The members observed employees in the cash department and also learned about the history of the central banking system.
In Loving Memory
George W. Sunbury CTE Scholarship
Lunenburg County Public Schools’ Career & Technical Education Department teachers have created a scholarship in memory of their colleague, Mr. George Willis Sunbury. Mr. Sunbury was a past CTE Coordinator, a DECA sponsor for 45 years, and a Business & Marketing teacher for 48 years. George’s leadership and guidance impacted generations of students throughout his 48 years in Lunenburg County Schools and this scholarship in his name will promote continuing education for a graduating CTE student at Central High School.
Donations are now being accepted for this scholarship. Donations may be sent to:
Central High School
131 KV Road
Victoria, VA 23974
Attn: George W. Sunbury CTE Scholarship
Thank you for helping the CTE Department honor George with this lasting memorial scholarship.
Important Health Reminder About the Flu
As a health reminder, the flu is widespread in the state of Virginia at this time and local hospitals are full due to people suffering with the flu. We are trying to contain the flu in our schools and community, so please continue to encourage good hand washing with your children. Also, if your child is sick, please keep them home from school until they have been symptom free for 24 hours without the use of medication. Those symptoms include but are not limited to fever greater that 100 degrees, vomiting, diarrhea, persistent cough, severe sore throat, pink eye, or a new rash that has not been confirmed by a doctor to not be contagious. It is our goal to keep your children healthy and safe while they are in our care, so please help us by keeping your children home if they are sick.