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      January 4, 2018 @ The Center for Advanced Technical Studies
      5:00 pm to 6:30 pm

      OPERATION ANGEL: December 6-13. 2017

      Our holiday service project, Operation Angel, will get underway on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.   In lieu of a holiday gift for a teacher or staff member, students are encouraged to make a contribution to GoodWorks, a Chapin-based home repair and improvement organization. An angel will be placed in our building acknowledging your gift and a card will be given for students to give to the staff member(s) he/she has gifted. You can access the Operation Angel order form by clicking HERE

      Parent/Student Handbook Update

      A few reminders from our LMES Handbook for Parents and Students: “Parents/students may not bring or issue invitations for parties on the bus or at school. We do not release names, addresses or telephone numbers; however, most children are listed in the student directory.

      Per district policy, no homemade items can be served to students. Please check the district webpage for approved snacks.”     Approved Snack List

      Tri-District Arts Consortium: Click HERE for additional information and the application form. 

      Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 Tri-District Arts Consortium Summer Program.  Middle school students who attend the public schools of Lexington One, District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties and Richland Two are eligible to participate. This year marks the 33rd   year Tri-DAC has provided students an outstanding and concentrated study of the arts through this summer program.

      The program is designed for artistically gifted and talented students who are rising sixth through ninth graders in the summer before the 2018-2019 school year. Students may audition in creative writing, dance, music (strings, vocal and wind/percussion), theatre or visual art.

      Transportation - Locked Out Buses:
      We have been notified by Chapin Transportation that the following buses are locked out. This means that student not assigned to a bus may not ride with friends on these buses due to overcrowding. Locked out buses: #13, #21, #22, #23 & #24
      Please remember that all requests for students to ride with a friend requires 24 hours notice for approval from Transportation.
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