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May 9-22, 2022
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May 20, 2022
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We have been informed that Curry Street has been shut down for a police investigation regarding a vehicle accident. The closure is expected to last several hours, which will result in bus delays for Lakeland High School, Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, and Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School. 


Parents/Guardians who are planning to pick up their child(ren) from Thomas Jefferson should be advised that Gomer Street is not accessible from Route 6/Curry Street and should use an alternate route.

 

Drivers will use alternate routes to the greatest degree possible, but Lakeland HS, Thomas Jefferson ES, and Copper Beech MS families should expect a delayed drop-off time. 

 

We will communicate any further updates with the community should they arise. Thank you for your understanding.

May 19, 2022
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May 18, 2022
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Daniella Ferreira: New York State School Nurse Association Award for Excellence in Nursing

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We are very proud to share that Daniella Ferreira is a recipient of the New York State Association of School Nurses Award for Excellence in Nursing. This honor recognizes the efforts of our nursing supervisor throughout this school year and her career. In her nomination form, it was noted by her colleagues that she should be praised for her administrative and clinical skills, and commitment to the profession. Daniella has been with Lakeland Central School District since 2012 and has seamlessly transitioned into the role of nursing supervisor in the midst of the pandemic. Her leadership during this school year has ensured a consistent pandemic response across the district and she has been a reliable, informed, and caring resource for our staff and students. Congratulations Daniella on this well-deserved honor. 



Destination Imagination 2022

Destination Imagination 2022: The District’s Destination Imagination teams were awarded at the New York State Tournament and next week we’ll send four teams to the Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri! Destination Imagination is a worldwide educational problem-solving program for students that fosters creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking. Ten Lakeland teams participated in the New York State Tournament at SUNY Broome in Binghamton and were awarded in the Fine Arts, Engineering, Technical, Scientific, and Service Learning categories. 

Congratulations to all on their impressive accomplishments! Thank you to all of our team managers for supporting and encouraging our students. Special thanks to our Destination Imagination District Coordinators, Risa D'Amaso and Amy Roth, for their many efforts. 


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NY State Tournament: 1st place, Fine Arts, Secondary Level, and received the prestigious DaVinci Award

  • Annika Easaw- WPHS, Lucy DiSisto- LHS, Emlin Doell- LHS
  • Team manager: Susan DiSisto

Estamos Unidos (LCBMS)

NY State Tournament: 1st place, Scientific, Middle Level

  • Audrey Hoff, Alexis Ma, Alana Tolve, Raquel Gonzalez
  • Team manager: Heather Hoff

Super Sonic Six

NY State Tournament: 2nd place Engineering, Secondary Level

  • Ronak Das - WHS, Jade Arunkumar- WHS, Todd Joseph Sayers- LCBMS, Abilash Jagannathan- LCBMS
  • Team manager: Neepa Biswas

 

Super Steam Train

NY State Tournament: 1st place Engineering, Elementary Level, and Renaissance Award

  • Ronik Das- VCES, Alanie Ortiz - GWES, Julie Morale- GWES, Maxx Arunkumar- LTES, Alexander Xavier- LTES, Samarth Singh- GWES
  • Team managers: Neepa Biswas and Vincent Xavier

The 7 D.I.amond Bears of Lakeland (Lincoln-Titus ES)

NY State Tournament: 2nd place Service Learning, Elementary Level

  • Nicholas Tutt, Carter Rexhouse, Calvin Pape, Julia Martorelli, Jax Martorelli, Joseph Mayes, Luke Moon
  • Team Manager Stacy Surman
May 17, 2022
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The Lakeland Central School District Board of Education held the 2022-2023 Budget Vote and School Board Trustee Election on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, from 7:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Van Cortlandtville Elementary School. Please see below for the results.


Propositions

  1. The $175,669,662 budget passed by a vote of 2159 to 856
  2. The vehicle purchase proposition passed by a vote of 2203 to 805
  3. The Capital Repair Reserve proposition passed by a vote of 2323 to 675

Board of Education Trustee Election: Marianne DiSalvo Kolesar, Adam Kaufman, and Michael Marchese were elected to 3-year terms on the Board of Education (expiring June 30, 2025). Becky Burfeind was elected to a 2+ year term on the Board of Education (expiring June 30, 2024). Board of Education vote totals: 

  • Marianne DiSalvo Kolesar- 1331
  • Adam E. Kaufman- 1217
  • Michael Marchese- 1154
  • Becky Burfeind- 1113
  • Joe Ascanio- 1082
  • Chuck Monsanto- 1082
  • Paul Edwards- 1016
  • Laura Perozo- 984
  • Erin O’Grady- 812
  • Maggie Perlman- 769
  • Genie Muller- 749
  • Beth Dee- 718

The Board will vote to accept the results at the May 19, 2022 Board of Education Business meeting at 7:30 PM at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School, Cafeteria B.

May 14, 2022
April 21, 2022

We have been notified by the Town of Cortland Water Department that there will be major construction taking place on Croton Avenue beginning today, April 21, and will continue through the summer. The construction is most likely to cause significant disruption, reducing the roadway to one lane with alternating traffic flow.


Drivers will use alternate routes to the greatest degree possible, but this is a major traverse, and some delays will be unavoidable. The school bus routes most affected by the traffic will be Walter Panas, Lincoln-Titus, and Van Cortlandtville, with residual delays for Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Copper Beech. 


Please be assured that drivers will do their very best to maintain timely schedules, but it is necessary for
families to plan for delayed pick-up and/or drop-off times until the construction concludes. We understand the inconvenience this may cause for many families and thank you for your patience during this time. 
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