February 2017 Staff of the Month

Meet Bradley Schoonover, Teacher Assistant for the LISD, the February 2017 recipient of the STAFF OF THE MONTH AWARD. As a Teacher Assistant, Bradley demonstrated “above and beyond” work performance while the teacher for the classroom (where Bradley is the Teacher Assistant) was off on eight weeks of medical leave. During the leave, Bradley provided…

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LISD Adult Transition Support Services Students Help with Habitat Fundraiser

LISD Adult Transition Support Services (ATSS) students helped Habitat for Humanity with their Pasty Project fundraiser. Students volunteered cutting butter, peeling potatoes, making pasties, and being runners.  The students were blessed to work side by side with some fabulous community members, and one of the students even discovered a passion for working in the food industry…

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January 2017 Staff of the Month

Meet Lori Griffith, Facilities Custodian, the January 2017 recipient of the STAFF OF THE MONTH AWARD. Lori exemplifies the meaning of “duties above and beyond”. In addition to routine custodial duties, Lori assists with the coordination of multiple evening events at the LISD TECH Center. Lori serves as a mentor for another staff person who…

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January 2017 is School Board Member Recognition Month in Lenawee County

On January 11, 2017, the Lenawee County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation officially naming January 2017 “Local School Board Member Recognition Month” in Lenawee County and encouraged local school districts and community leaders to appropriately recognize dedicated local school board members. Accepting the proclamation from District 9 Lenawee County Commissioner Chris Wittenbach was LISD…

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Wacker Service Organization Delivers Gifts for Distribution in Lenawee County

Wacker Chemical Corporation Executive Assistant, Leslie Anderson, head of the Wacker Service Organization (WSO), presented $1,000 in gift cards and even more in gifts to Chris Howard, Truancy Prevention Specialist Lenawee Intermediate School District, for the homeless teens in Lenawee County. There are over 700 homeless students in Lenawee County. Recognizing a need, the WSO…

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Lenawee County Debate Tournament Held on December 13-14

High School Debate Teams from Adrian, Blissfield, Hudson, and Lenawee Christian held a two-day tournament on December 13th and 14th. Students competed affirmative or negative on the issue set by the MIFA, Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association: “Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its economic and/or diplomatic engagement with the People’s Republic of…

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The “Good Day Gang” Visits Superintendent Haag

The LISD students who attend school at the HOPE Community Center place a great deal of emphasis on recognizing others for the ways they make each and every day a “Good Day”.  The students visited Superintendent Mark Haag on December 15 and presented him with an ornament, bookmark, and T-Shirt.  Thank you, students, for your thoughtfulness! Pictured…

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December 2016 Staff of the Month

Meet Kara Long, Administrative Assistant, and Lisa Potts, Transportation Secretary, the December 2016 recipients of the STAFF OF THE MONTH AWARD. When The Transportation Department needed 67 replacement car seats for the LISD school buses, Kara Long and Lisa Potts worked hard to find the best possible pricing. Using creative purchasing through Kohl’s, they saved…

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