LCSD will move to a 4-day instructional week starting on March 1.
Lancaster County School District Athletic Ticket Sales & Game Guidelines
All tickets will be pre-sold.
Home athletes will be sold up to 4 tickets to cover their family getting into the game. Athletes will inform the coach or AD how many tickets they need (could be less than 4). Example: Football game – Football players, Cheerleaders, JROTC, and Band will be sold up to 4 tickets.
Visiting athletes will be sold up to 2 tickets to cover their parents getting into the volleyball games and up to 4 tickets for football games.
Middle schools will set their own number of home and visitor tickets available to parents for volleyball according to their individual gym capacity.
The only passes recognized this year will be SCHSL passes.
Gold Passes will be temporarily put on hold for the 2020-2021 seasons.
Parents and/or guardians who are district employees or retired district employees may exchange their district pass for one of their athletes 4 game tickets.
Temperatures must be taken of everyone entering the game.
Masks are expected to be worn by spectators.
When seating spectators, skip the first row and then populate every other row. Each family should sit together socially distanced a minimum of 6 feet from the next family.
For any students virtual or in school, please fill out this form and Mr. Robinson or one of the media specialists will get to your issue as soon as possible. You can also find this link under RESOURCES --> STUDENT & PARENT RESOURCES --> STUDENT TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK (under the Google heading).
National Merit Scholarship Contenders
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced approximately 16,000 semifinalists, representing less than one percent of high school seniors in the U.S. Over 1.5 million students were entered into the competition as juniors by taking the 2019 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Semifinalists were the highest scoring entrants in each state. These students have achieved semifinalist status at Indian Land High School. These academically talented scholars will have the opportunity to contend for a Finalist position. Best of luck at the next level!
Wants to become an engineer and plans to apply to MIT, Georgia Tech, Olin College of Engineering, Syracuse, Cal Poly, Duke, and Clemson.
Wants to study math and economics and plans to apply to Duke, Georgetown, Clemson, Wake Forest, and Princeton
Alive at 25
Alive at 25 virtual classroom courses are temporarily available. To sign up for an upcoming class, visit SNCSC.ORG. Live, virtual trainings are led and monitored by Alive at 25 instructors. Students must have access to the internet and a computer or tablet to participate. Student participation and engagement is required during the full class to receive a certification of completion.
Voluntary Student Accident Insurance
Click on the flyer to the left for more information about Student Accident Insurance.
See Something! Say Something!
We now have a fillable form for the See Something Say Something crime line.
Parents, please talk to your student about the dangers of using eCigarettes & Vaping. For information about eCigaretts and vaping, please visit the links below.
Click HERE for information.
Click HERE for information in Spanish.
More information can be found at this website.