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  • Thank you American Licorice for your significant donation to our LPHS School Based Mentoring called Slicer Champions!
  • LPHS Conexus Class!
  • The LPHS Conexus Class visited the Subaru Plant!
  • Congratulations Crichfield Souper Readers! Each can of soup represents a book or chapter that students read. Donations are going to Center Township Food Pantry.
  • Kingsford Heights students participated in a Makerspace opportunity that was brought to the school from the public library!
  • Building our strong business partnerships with a student visit to J'A'GER!
  • Planning details for the new Performing Arts Center!
  • Kesling Middle School Spelling Bee participants!
Print this article3D Model of the Proposed New Handley Elementary

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New Handley Elementary

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Print this articleK-12 Programming Update Announcement

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K-12 Programming PowerPoint

Print this articleLPCSC Feasibility Study Process Findings

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LPCSC Feasibility Study Process Findings

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FFA Newsletter

Print this articleSuperintendent's Message February 2016

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Superintendent's Message

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Delays and Cancellations

Print this articleLPCSC Feasibility Study Action Plan

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Feasibility Study Action Plan

Print this articleAnti-Harassment Policy

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LPCSC Seclusion and Restraint Plan

Print this article2016-2017 Textbook Rental, Fees, and Supplies
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Kindergarten - $134.00
First Grade - $172.00
Second Grade - $157.00
Third Grade - $156.00
Fourth Grade - $141.00
Fifth Grade - $143.00
Sixth Grade - $251.00
Seventh Grade - $252.00
Eighth Grade - $264.00
Book rental and fees at La Porte High School are based on each individual student’s class selection.

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2016-2017 School Immunization Requirements

Core Values

We Believe…

  All children can learn, we can teach all students, and there are no exceptions.
  All students will be challenged throughout their academic career to reach their maximum potential.
  Children are unique and their self esteem will be fostered to become successful.
  In mutual respect in every interaction with students, staff, parents, and community.
  A positive attitude creates a successful working and learning environment.
  Personal and professional integrity is critical to the learning process.
  District employees are highly valued resources.
  Decisions will be information and data based in the best interest of students.
  Accountability for student achievement is critical.
  A collaborative team approach is essential to ensure high performance.
  In an environment in which continuous improvement is embedded in our culture.
  In a safe and secure learning environment.
  Diversity is an asset that is to be valued and respected.

Non-Discrimination Statement

No person shall be excluded from participation in the educational programs, activities, instruction and facilities of the La Porte Community School Corporation, or denied the benefits of or otherwise subjected to unlawful discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin or handicapping condition including limited English proficiency.

For further information, clarification, or complaint, please contact the following persons:

  • Personnel and Section 504: Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Steve Manering, 1921 ‘A’ Street, La Porte, IN 46350, 362-7056
  • Facilities: Director of Facilities, Mr. Marc Cizewski, 205 Rumely Street, La Porte, IN 46350, 362-7145
  • Liaison for Homeless Children: Sarah Fine, La Porte High School, 602 F Street, La Porte, IN 46350, 219-362-3102

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