LKCS & APAA 4th Annual
Artistically Sweet Experience

Tuesday, March 31st  

Joint Governing Body Meeting

Silent Auction · 6:00-7:00pm · Campus Auditorium

 

Guests will tour the APAA student visual art exhibits and desserts on display. A silent auction will be set up, so guests can bid on their favorites. Proceeds will help support the purchase of supplies, materials and student activities. Please call 803-644-4824 with any questions.

 Baker's Best Fundraiser Reminder

The Annual LKCS and APAA March Fundraiser orders will arrive the morning of Wednesday, April 1st. Please make plans to pick up your orders for distribution. The top three student sellers will receive gift prizes. Thanks for supporting our fundraiser!! Call the main office at 803-644-4824 with any questions.

Easter Bunny Title I Incentive

On Thursday, April 2nd participating LKCS students will enjoy our Easter Bunny Title I Incentive Event. We are planning games, treats and fun for our students.

As always, LKCS students will have to earn at least two (2) LKCS Bucks to participate in the event. Teachers will award weekly LKCS Bucks to their students based on the following: 1) academic performance and effort, 2) attendance and 3) behavior.

The film “Hop” will also be shown in the campus auditorium. If the weather allows, a Easter Egg Hunt will take place on the campus lawn. So students are asked to bring Easter baskets or sacks to carry their eggs. We are very excited about this Title I Incentive!

 Early Release Day

Wednesday, April 1st will be an Early Release Day for the LKCS and APAA. All students will be dismissed at 11:30am. Please plan to pick your child(ren) up promptly, as the Teachers will attend an important staff development meeting at 11:45am. Call the main office at 803-644-4824 with any questions. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

 Good Friday Holiday & Spring Break

Friday, April 3rd is Good Friday and April 6th thru April 10th is Spring Break. The LKCS and APAA campus will be closed on these dates. We will reopen on Monday, April 13th. Have a safe and wonderful break everyone!!


DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

We are very excited about these upcoming events. This year's school-wide focus will incorporate a World Class Education Initiative, School Culture, Speakers and Events.

2014-2015 Activities and Announcements


March 27th: LKCS and APAA Spring Picture Day!!
March 31st: LKCS and APAA Student Report Cards Issued!!
March 31st: 4th Annual Artistically Sweet Experience &
LKCS and APAA Joint Governing Body Meeting at 6pm    
April 1st: LKCS and APAA Early Release Day, Students will Dismiss at 11:30am!!!
April 2nd: Aiken Center-Too Good For Drugs Presentation: 4th Grade
April 3rd: Good Friday Holiday! Campus Closed!! 
April 6th thru 10th: Spring Break Week!! Campus Closed!!
April 14th thru 16th: APAA Spring Showcase Rehearsals

April 16th: Aiken Center-Too Good For Drugs Presentation: 4th Grade
April 17th: APAA Presents "The World of Oz Unraveled" Showcase, Campus Auditorium at 7pm,
Tickets $10
April 24th: APAA Presents "Casino Night" Prom, Campus Auditorium, 7:30-9:30pm
April 28th: Year End
LKCS and APAA Joint Governing Body Meeting, Campus Auditorium at 6pm, Come Join Us!!
May 5th:
LKCS and APAA Student Interim Reports Issued!!
May 6th:
LKCS and APAA Early Release Day, Students will Dismiss at 11:30am!!!
May 22nd: LKCS and APAA Field and Family Fun Day, Early Release, Students will Dismiss at 11:30am!!
May 25th: Memorial Day Holiday!! Campus Closed!!
May 26th thru 29th: LKCS and APAA Semester Exams!!

May 28th thru June 2nd: LKCS Theatre Presents Rehearsals, Campus Auditorium
June 1st thru 2nd:
LKCS and APAA Early Release Day, Students will Dismiss at 11:30am!!!
June 3rd: LKCS Theatre Presents at 9:30am -
Tickets $2 LKCS and APAA Awards Program at 10:30am, Auditorium
June 3rd: Graduation Rehearsal at 11:45am, Campus Auditorium. All Graduates and Junior Marshals must attend!

June 4th: APAA 2015 Graduation Ceremony, Campus Auditorium at 10:00am
   
 
Please review our "Daily Announcements" Section regularly for new postings on speakers and events.

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2014-2015 STUDENT ENROLLMENT

 Our 2014-2015 Student Enrollment Campaign is in full swing. Enrollment applications for the current school year are available on this website; just click on the "Forms" tab. We are also promoting new incentives for returning families. Please read below for more information on enrollment incentives. Come Join Us!!

CAMPUS TOURS AVAILABLE!!

PLEASE CALL OR STOP BY THE SCHOOL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT.

CALL 803-644-4824 FOR MORE INFORMATION

2014-2015 Enrollment Incentives

As part of our 2014-2015 Enrollment Campaign, the LKCS and APAA are offering incentives to our current families. The incentives are as follows:

*Any current family that brings a new student to the school for next year will receive a 50% discount on their child’s registration fee.

*If that same family brings two or more students to the school for next year, they will receive a 100% discount on their child’s registration fee.

*If the current family bringing in the new student has more than one child enrolled, they have the opportunity to recruit as many new students needed to wipe out their registration fees.

*Please note new students must remain enrolled through the 45th Day of school.

Please contact the main office at (803) 644-4824 with any questions.

Charter Schools and Sports Teams

According to A164, R188, H3241(Section 6) of the South Carolina Charter School Law, charter school students are eligible to participate in any extracurricular activities, including sports teams, offered at their resident traditional school they are zoned to attend. Please read the legislation listed below.

(3)(a)    A charter school is eligible for federally sponsored, state-sponsored or district-sponsored interscholastic leagues, competitions, awards, scholarships, grants, and recognition programs for students, educators, administrators, staff, and schools to the same extent as all other public schools.

(b)    A charter school student is eligible to compete for, and if selected, participate in any extracurricular activities not offered by the student's charter school which are offered at the resident public school he would otherwise attend. A charter school student is eligible to compete for, and if selected, participate in an activity governed by the South Carolina High School League offered at the resident public school he would otherwise attend if the league-governed activity is not offered at the student's charter school.

(c)    A charter school student is eligible for extracurricular activities at the student's resident public school consistent with eligibility standards as applied to full-time students of the resident public school.

(d)    A school district or resident public school may not impose additional requirements on a charter school student to participate in extracurricular activities that are not imposed on full-time students of the resident public school.

(e)    Charter school students shall pay the same fees as other students to participate in extracurricular activities.

(f)    Charter school students shall be eligible for the same fee waivers for which other students are eligible.

A big change this year is school will dismiss at 2:36pm. We are providing two after-school options for our families. Please read the details below. 

After-School ProgramThe After-School Program will operate on regular school days from 2:30pm – 4:30pm. Students will receive a snack, have Title I Tutoring homework time, and play board games or watch videos until pick-up time for a weekly charge of $10.00. As always, the Administration will work with families who require assistance with after-school program fees.

Specialized Title I Tutoring Program - The Specialized Title I Tutoring Program will operate on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of regularly scheduled school days from 2:30pm – 4:30pm. These dates are in accordance with teachers' personal schedules. Specialized tutoring is driven by teacher recommendations and parental requests, so please check with your child’s teacher for availability. The Specialized Title I Tutoring program is a free service.

 College Exploration, Career Search, Scholarship Information & Financial Aid

APAA Students, please visit the following websites:

www.collegetoolkit.com

www.sccango.org

fastweb.com

collegeboard.com

act.com

fafsa.ed.org

collegeview.com

sctechsystem.com


College Admission Tests:

SAT (collegeboard.com) - The SAT is a more of an aptitude test, testing reasoning and verbal skills. Areas Tested: Critical Reasoning, Math and Writing

ACT (act.org) - The ACT is an achievement test measuring what a student has learned in school. Areas Tested: English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing

LKCS and APAA Commercial

 APAA Commercial

APAA Original Production "Christmas Around The World"

APAA Original Production "Christmas in New York"


S.C. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AWARDS & HONORS

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO LKCS FOR ITS 2013-2014 SCHOOL REPORT CARD, AND RECEIVING  A PALMETTO SILVER AWARD

CONGRATULATIONS TO APAA FOR AN EXCELLENT RATING ON ITS 2012-2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD, AND RECEIVING  A PALMETTO GOLD AWARD

CONGRATULATIONS TO LKCS FOR MAKING AYP 2010-2011

CONGRATULATIONS TO APAA FOR AN EXCELLENT RATING ON ITS 2010-2011 SCHOOL REPORT CARD, AND RECEIVING  A PALMETTO GOLD AWARD.


 

Don't ever let the way someone has treated you determine your worth. 

~J Meyer

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