Lancaster High School

Lancaster Central School District

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  • 2019/2020
    School Supply Lists

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  • Student Parking
    for 2019-2020
     
    Seniors and Juniors will receive in the mail, during the month of August, instructions for obtaining a parking pass. All seniors will receive a parking pass as they are a prioty after faculty and staff. Juniors will be able to register for a lottery for the remainder of the parking passes should a lottery be needed.
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  • 2019-20 Budget Vote and Election Results

    Thank you to the Lancaster community for your continued support! All measures passed. 

    Budget - $109,519,879; Yes: 1292, No: 388

    Proposition Two - To purchase buses from the transportation reserve fund at no additional tax impact: eight 65-passenger buses and one 22-passenger bus for a total of $1,020,902. Yes: 1385, No: 276

    Board of Education Candidates (will serve 3-year terms)
    John Talarico: 1357
    Kevin Davenport: 1401

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  • Mr. Marchioli's
    End of Year Letter

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  • Calendar at a Glance

    Lancaster's 2019-20 Calendar at a Glance was approved by the board of education at the 3/18 meeting.

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  • Full Menu of Options Served on New Food Service Site

    The food service department has recently updated its website. Through the new site you can learn about pre-payment options, view menus, access the district wellness policy, nutrition information and fitness tips. You can visit the site through this link or via the food service button to the right. 

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  • Assessment Results Available on Portal

    Parents of grade 4-9, NYS assessment results have been posted on Parent Portal. Log in and click assessment tab to view your child's results! If you're unfamiliar with navigating your Parent Portal account, check out this helpful video!

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  • New video defines bullying and offers parents suggestions and resources.

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  • NY State Education Law Requires Posting of Child Abuse Hotline Information

    Section 409-1 of the New York Education Law requires schools to post access to the Prevent and Report Child Abuse Hotline1-800-342-3720.

    This page, provided by the New York Office of Children and Family Services, provides language translation services on the upper left side of the screen. 

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