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Parents were given a unique experience these past few weeks to get a quick look into their child's educational experience during Open Houses. Parents met with teachers and administrators, got a look into their child's classroom, engaged in conversations about their child's learning and received training on useful tools
PTO Welcomes New and Returning Families. New and returning families enjoyed a brunch themed "a taste of Ghana", at the home of the President of the PTO, Ghida Eid on Friday, August 21. They were all welcomed by African drums and dance.
LCS welcomed 16 new teachers this 2015-2016 school year, each one brings experience in different sectors to add to our thriving community.
First day of school with students, parents and teachers greeting each other with smiles and hugs whilst finding their way to their new classrooms. "Good to see you" Welcome back and How was your summer" were phrases easily heard whilst walking through campus.
LCS welcomed new families to our community at our New Family Orientation on Monday, August 10. We welcomed 117 new families coming from 32 different nationalities; 86 new students have arrived into elementary grades, 24 in Middle School, and 29 in High School.
During the last semester of the 2014-15 school year, the 8th grade class developed a service learning project recording oral histories of Accra. Students spent time in English and Humanities classes learning about the importance of oral history, listening to and watching examples of oral histories and reflecting on their personal history left behind through social media.