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Be-You-tiful You!
(Posted on 2015/03/25)
Lewis Central Schools presents Be-You-tiful You, a mother/daughter, mentor/mentee brunch for grades 5-12 on May 2, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the Lewis Central High School Commons Corridor.  If you are a mother or mentor of a 5th-12th grade student, you are invited to attend. Read on for more details and how to register.  Registration deadline is April 17, 2015.  Read Full Story
Did you know....
(Posted on 2015/03/23)
Lewis Central students earned college credit in 142 PSEO class for the Fall 2014 semester. At a cost of about $500 for tuition, fees, and books per class, that equates to a savings of $71,000 for those students and their families.

For both semesters of the 2011-2012, LC students earned credit for just 82 courses. To put it another way, that means our current students earned 1.75 as many credits in ONE SEMESTER as students earned in one year four years ago.  Read Full Story
Staff Recognition - March, 2015
(Posted on 2015/03/20)
Ms. Opal and Ms. Pearson
Each month Lewis Central High School recognizes staff who demonstrate excellence as they perform their work at our school.  Persons receiving this award have been nominated by their peers. This month we recognize Ms. Gina Pearson, special education teacher, and Ms. Dawn Opal, special education associate.  Read Full Story
Titans of the Week


Lewis Central High School’s Titans of the Week are chosen as students who exemplify what it means to be a true Titan by daily displaying the characteristics of respect, responsibility and initiative. Titans of the week are nominated and chosen by high school staff. This week’s Titans are Claire Fleming, Peter Johnson, and Maleah Rohe.
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Hannah


Hannah Smith wins the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT) award for Aspirations in Computing.  The honor was awarded to twelve students from Nebraska and Southwest Iowa.  She was the only recipient from southwest Iowa.  Read Full Story
Megan and Jordan


Megan Brayman and Jordan Koehler knew they were going to edit their senior yearbook when they were only freshmen. In their third trimester, they were named co-editors for photography for the yearbook, and they stuck with Lewis Central High School’s journalism program throughout their high school careers, culminating in being co-editors for the co-curricular activity last year. Their yearbook, “Our Journey,” recently won an Award of Distinguished Merit in the Iowa High School Press Association’s Whole Yearbook Fall Contest. The staff award recognizes achieving overall excellence in various sections and types of designs in the final product.  Read Full Story
START Conference


Student government members from 24 area high schools spent Thursday at Lewis Central High School swapping ideas and connecting with one another.  Read Full Story
CAM Invitational


On Saturday, March 7th, for the second year in a row, the Lewis Central Individual Speech Team won the CAM Invitational Walnut Hill Speech Tournament, narrowly defeating Ankeny Centennial who came in second of the nine participating schools.  
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district speech


Lewis Central High School made an outstanding showing at District Individual Speech Saturday, February 28 at Woodbine High School advancing 20 students and a school record 28 entries to state competition to be held at Nevada High School on March 14.  Read Full Story
Annie and Alajandra


Alajandra Shell has had plans to attend college since her start at Lewis Central High School four years ago. She has earned good grades, been involved in many activities in school, and has worked to be a good student in and out of the classroom. With the hope of being the first in her immediate family to attend college, came a challenge; finding a way of getting to her colleges of choice for a college visit, as her situation made it hard to find a ride to these institutions.  Enter Annie Esterling, her TeamMates mentor.
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