• Bill Raines

LCIS Moves Out of Some Debt

FAYETTEVILLE - (February 2, 2022) - The Lawrence County Independent School moved out of debt to Charter School Capital. The school still has other debt on the building, but this was a milestone for LCIS with being only in operation for one year


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Attendance for the LCIS is approaching standard, and school achievement is on track to meet standard. LCIS is also moved up in Tier 2 support.


A transition teaching program will begin in the fall through Trine University.


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In other business:


  • Board president Trisha Turner has resigned at LCIS on January 31, 2022. There will be three open positions for the board. Currently the board is accepting applications and resumes for the open seats.


Principal Symncox told the board they have been able to manage to stay with in person learning, with teachers and students with attendance at 92 percent with the latest round of COVID.


During the public comment period concerns over lighting were expressed in the rear of the building.

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Personnel Changes:


Resignations:


  • Tim Baker

  • Amanda Wright

New Hires:


  • Trisha Turner - Director of Finance and Business

  • Sammantha Cornett Couch - Long term Middle School ELA Substitute

  • Leanna Robinson - Resource Aide

  • Zahary Chaney - Resource Aide

  • Kristie Collins -Second shift Custodian

  • Josh Davis has moved from part-time to full-time





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