Hall of Distinction Induction: Fall 2018

The L’Anse Creuse Hall of Distinction was created to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the district and to provide a tangible means of presenting the history of the district to the general public. On October 3, 2018, John Da Via and Kenneth N. Hoover became the fifth and sixth inductees. Hall of Distinction History The L'Anse Creuse Public Schools Hall of Distinction, located in the lobby of the John ...

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Pitt Hopkins Day

There are only about 1,000 people in the world who have Pitt Hopkins Syndrome. One of them is Mason Krueger, a student in Kim Nowak's Early Childhood Special Education Classroom at Higgins Elementary. To commemorate Pitt Hopkins Awareness Day on September 18, Nowak and paraprofessionals Sue Slayton and Kristen Pearson purchased t-shirts in honor of Mason and in hopes of finding a cure. What is Pitt Hopkins? Pitt Hopkins Syndrome (PTHS) is a ...

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Science Olympiad: A Family Affair

What do you get when you combine equal parts teamwork, commitment, collaboration, and family? The Tenniswood Elementary Science Olympiad team’s secret recipe for success. It’s a warm June day, and Tenniswood is hosting an assembly to honor their Science Olympiad team. The whole school is packed into the cafeteria, parents and volunteers lining the back of the room. One by one, the team members walk out to raucous applause, their smiles as ...

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Kim Kozian

The Life and Legacy of Kimberly Kozian

By guest writer James Coller, LCHS-N ‘13 When I graduated, Koz told me to never stop writing. So here I am, writing to honor her. Kimberly Kozian, affectionately called simply “Koz” by most who knew her, was my mentor, my inspiration, and my grounding force. Koz inspired me to begin writing when I took her journalism class my sophomore year at L’Anse Creuse High School — North. I quickly joined The ...

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