If you have any questions, please contact the school.
1 day ago, Kim Henry
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ALC Rebels- Upcoming Events for week of August 15th **practice schedule is on the school website**
1 day ago, Kim Henry
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Fall conditioning week starts this week for high school athletics. Please contact your coaches for leave times and further information.
16 days ago, Kim Henry
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Teresa Walters - Science teacher- spent the past few days in Salt Lake City(University of Utah) working with 20 teachers from all over the United States. They worked together to create lessons on genetics that will be eventually added to curriculum for the All of Us Data Browser.
25 days ago, Kim Henry
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🏐DAY 1 of FUNdamentals Volleyball Camp!! Day 2 is in Arcadia tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, Kim Henry
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Loup City School's Summer Program wrapped up today, Friday July 1. K-6 students had a great time in Broken Bow at the movie watching "Surf's Up." It was a prefect way to end their water theme for the week. The kids also stopped in Ansley for a picnic in the park and a little playground time. We want to thank all the students, the parents who enrolled their kids and the faculty and staff who made it all happen. Enjoy the rest of your summer and we'll see you on August 17th!
about 2 months ago, Dean Tickle
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Congratulations Trysta Asche on your Fellowship award! LCPS is proud of your continue excellence of study and what it brings to you and your students. The Lowell Milken Center (LMC) for Unsung Heroes in Fort Scott, Kansas, an international educational non-profit, has awarded its prestigious Fellowship to Trysta Asche, an 8th -12th grade Language Arts Instructor for Loup City PublicSchools in Loup City, NE. Trysta arrived in Fort Scott on June 26th for a week of collaborationwith LMC staff. The LMC Fellowship is a merit-based award for educators of all disciplines who value the importance of teaching respect and understanding through project-based learning. #Proud2bLC
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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Congratulations Trysta Asche on your Fellowship award! LCPS is proud of your continue excellence of study and what it brings to you and your students. The Lowell Milken Center (LMC) for Unsung Heroes in Fort Scott, Kansas, an international educational non-profit, has awarded its prestigious Fellowship to Trysta Asche, an 8th -12th grade Language Arts Instructor for Loup City PublicSchools in Loup City, NE. Trysta arrived in Fort Scott on June 26th for a week of collaborationwith LMC staff. The LMC Fellowship is a merit-based award for educators of all disciplines who value the importance of teaching respect and understanding through project-based learning. #Proud2bLC
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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LC Elem Summer School ☀️Summer School = Summer Fun☀️ Week 3 of summer school ended with a trip to Bowman's. Students got to make s’mores, play on the equipment and went on a nature bingo scavenger hunt. Beautiful morning to spend outside! #Proud2bLC #InvestmentInKids
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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Loup City Public Schools opened its doors for the TourDe Nebraska riders on 6/21 - 6/22. Supper was served by the United Methodist Church and breakfast by the LC Social Committee/Staff.
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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The National History Day (NHD) awards ceremony was held virtually today (6-18-22). Loup City was represented by the following students with amazing projects: Olivia Fitzgerald and Eva Jaixen- website Aleia Friesen, Nicole Chilewski and Allie LoneElk- documentary Cole Lawson and Austin Landers- exhibit Brogan Setlik and Korbyn Oseka- documentary Elijah Solis and Thaddeus Harris- documentary Congratulations to Eva and Olivia for winning the United States Marine Corps History Prize. (teacher- Kim Henry)
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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☀️Week 2 of LCPS summer school is in the books! Our theme for this week was animals. We finished the week with a trip to Pete's Safari and Petting Zoo. This was a great trip and enjoyed by all!! Today's teachers and paras were Lindsay Gappa, Holly Meyers, Samantha Wrick, Kyle Knaub, Kerri Patterson, Kelly Farrell, Becky Mroczek and Mr. Reikofski.
about 2 months ago, Kim Henry
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Reminder, students entering grades 8-12 who are interested in participating in sports during the 2022-2023 school year must have a physical form turned in before they are allowed to practice.
2 months ago, Josh Asche
Elementary Summer School Week one: summer learning complete! We traveled to the Sherman County museum: learned about Flag Day,folding of the flag and played country school games. Thanks Cathy, Donna and ladies! Audrey Heil invite us to the library for fun activities on fossils.
2 months ago, Kim Henry
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Loup City Public Schools is pleased to announce some summer services beginning Monday, June 6, 2022. Breakfast service available free of charge for all children ages 1 - 18 from 7:30am to 8:30am. Lunch from 11:30am-12:30pm. Loup City Elementary Summer Program operates from 8:30am to 11:30am for registered students. All students must be picked up by 12:30pm. Students not participating in the lunch program but registered and attending the summer education program should be picked up at 11:30. Hopefully see you Monday!
2 months ago, Roger Reikofski
Sherman County Economic Development is working on a plan to help address the need for additional early childhood care openings in our area. One of the first identified steps in this process is to assess the needs of local families and employers. To do that they have recently launched a survey for anyone that lives, works, and/or operates a business in Sherman County/the Loup City School District. The survey can be found at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LoupCityEarlyChildhood - The survey will help gauge interest, bring up concerns, and indicate potential capacity needed throughout the county. They also appreciate feedback from current childcare providers as they formulate a plan to better assist them in this process. Have a wonderful day and thank you!
3 months ago, Dean Tickle
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Loup City Public Schools will be providing the Summer Food Service Program from June 3 rd to July 1, 2022. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and Lunch will be offered from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All meals will be served and eaten in the commons area in the Loup City High School. The Summer Food Service Program is a federally funded and state administered program. This program provides free meals for children age 1 to 18 years of age and you do not need to be a part of the Loup City school system or community to attend. All children in this age group are welcomed no matter where you live. We have a variety of activities at the school this summer, including summer school, weight lifting and sports camps. So if your attending any of these activities, visiting relatives or just staying at home. Stop in for breakfast, lunch or both. It will be a great way to get a nutritious meal at no cost. Encourage your child to stop in for something to eat. We’d love to serve them.
3 months ago, Dean Tickle
Summer Meals Program
Our Arcadia-Loup City High School Volleyball Fundraiser is up and running! Please contact a volleyball player or coach to buy tickets for your chance to win a Char-Broil 4-Burner Outdoor Gas Griddle. All proceeds go to helping our team pay for summer camps and gear. Drawing will be on Sunday, June 5th on Facebook Live!
3 months ago, Trysta Asche
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Action from the afternoon Red and Black Day festivities.
3 months ago, Roger Reikofski
Punting action from Red and Black Day.
It's up and it is...field goal kicks!
Gearing up for Tug-of-war!
Getting "Rope Ready" for tugging.
Attention all Elementary and High school volleyball players and parents! Please consider attending the Volleyball FUNdamentals Camp on July 6th & 7th! We hope to see all of you there!
3 months ago, Josh Asche
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