LINWOOD PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL

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OUR MISSION

The mission of Linwood Public Charter School (LPCS) is to be a provider of top-quality education to a highly diverse student body. LPCS will prepare all students for success in college, equip them with the ability and desire for lifelong learning, and strengthen their civic, ethical, and moral values. LPCS will maintain high standards of efficiency and accountability throughout its operation.

For the first time, Linwood Public Charter School will participate in Give For Good, which is North Louisiana’s day of online giving. The event was established in 2014 by The Community Foundation of North Louisiana, and since then has raised $6.3 million dollars for our community! Give For Good allows community members to discover and engage with nonprofit organizations and make a contribution to causes they feel strongly about. Whether you give $10 or $10,000, you have a hand in transforming your community.

In 2017, Give For Good garnered over $1.6 million for area nonprofits. Those funds came from more than 3,400 donors representing 42 different states. That means that people from across the country are coming together to fund important initiatives in North Louisiana.

So, how can you get involved? Mark your calendar for May 1, 2018!  Visit and share our Give for Good page www.giveforgoodnla.org/linwoodcharter.

Donations can be scheduled now or given on May 1st. Some of the donation suggestions are:

$25 – purchase a uniform for a student;

$50 – support student athletics;

$100 – support new technology in the classroom;

$250 – purchase a Chromebook for a student;

$500 – support purchase of new playground equipment;

or donate any other amount you desire.

Shout out to Mr. Marcus George for making the first donation!!!

 

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

Campus Activity

Promoting educational and social activities weekly.

Support LPCS

Contribute to our efforts at LPCS through our donation link below.

Linwood Public Charter School is currently enrolling students in Grades K-4 and 6-8 for the 2017-18 school year. LPCS helps develop and strengthen ethical, moral, and civic values; equipping students with the knowledge, skills, and social judgment to help them face the challenges of the future. LPCS provides equal access to a tuition-free, public education for all students, regardless of “intellectual or athletic ability, measures of achievement or aptitude and status as a handicapped person.

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