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LCSC, Community Partners Welcome Students Back to School

Students at Lebanon Community School Corporation were greeted on the first day of school by teams of friendly faces. In addition to their teachers, principals, and school staff, teams of community leaders visited schools around the district to celebrate the beginning of the 2019-20 school year.

Superintendent Dr. Jon Milleman invited local government, service organizations, law enforcement, and first responders. “I want our student to feel special and appreciated by the entire LCSC community!” he shared with invitees. Approximately 20 accepted the invitation to join in the first day arrival process.

Perry-Worth First Day Greeters

Pictured: Whitestown leaders greet students at Perry-Worth Elementary on August 12.

Stokes First Day

Pictured: Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry and LCSC Board of Trustees member Liz Keith greet students at Hattie B. Stokes Elementary on August 12.

Offering high fives and holding signs displaying happy messages were Mayor Matt Gentry and employees from the City of Lebanon, Town Manager Jason Lawson and employees of the Town of Whitestown, and members of the Lebanon Police Department, Whitestown Fire Department, and Whitestown Police Department. They were joined by members of the Lebanon Community School Corporation Board of Trustees and district administrators.

Dr. Milleman and district leaders express their sincere appreciation for everyone who attended and hope to make community greeting an annual back-to-school tradition.