Here's What We Want To Do...
Window Hover Cam Pilot Table
Bringing our technology into the 21st century with the Hovercam Pilot.
Adding an assortment of devices will allow students to gain experience using and apply what they are learning on iPads, laptops, or touchscreen computers.
littleBits is a system of electronic building blocks that snap together to turn ideas into inventions. Cultivating innovation from a young age is essential for success in tomorrow’s job market. littleBits makes it easy for educators to be on the front-lines, instructing the next generation of problem solvers on these skills.
Sphero Specdrum Rings
Specdrums are app-connected rings that turn the world's colors into your own personal sound machine. They let you create beats and melodies by tapping on anything with color, such as your clothes, our 12-color keyboard, or any objects you find around you. You can even draw and print out your own Specdrums instruments.
New Flexible Seating
As seating, stools in classrooms allow greater flexibility for students; they can turn around more easily, and move their chairs around the space better. Stools also take up less space in the classroom, allowing teachers to be more creative with the spaces that they have to work in.
New Collaborative Tables
Using tables rather than individual desks encourages community and allows students to quickly and easily pair up, work in small groups, or discuss as a whole class. Students today don’t know life without constant connectivity, Wi-Fi, and a global audience. Our classroom environments should be conducive to open collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking.
- 1 Giddens' Thinkers $6,300.00 raised
- 2 Lambert's Formulators $6,267.52 raised
- 3 Wittner's Testers $5,745.00 raised
- 4 Helms' Evaluators $4,913.00 raised
- 5 Conklin's Creators $4,835.00 raised
- 6 Cote's Computers $4,342.50 raised
- 7 C. Franklin's Analyzers $4,150.00 raised
- 8 N. Franklin's Inventors $3,933.00 raised
- 9 Echols' Engineers $3,901.00 raised
- 10 McMillen's Mechanics $3,715.00 raised
- 11 Scoggins' Scholars $3,500.00 raised
- 12 Hancock's Constructors $2,353.00 raised
The Fun Run is LCA’s biggest spring fundraiser, generating funds necessary to help LCA continue providing your student with the top quality academics, social events and facilities you appreciate. The goal of Fun Run is to get students involved in making an early investment in their school. Tuition only covers the operating expenses of the school, so enlisting students’ help not only enables us to have the extras we all want for our children, but develops the students’ work ethic as well. Fun Run gives students the opportunity to develop school spirit and work as a team to see a reward for that work.
We are THRILLED to announce that this year's funds will be used to create a brand new, modern Innovation Lab specifically for our elementary students, grades PreK - 5th. This new space will allow for collaboration across class curriculums as well as teach students at an early age about technology. Technology plays a positive role in children's development and learning. Through the use of technology, teachers have access to more innovative and improved teaching methods that allow them to promote learning and create an active learning environment for children.
Here's What Students Could Win!
The Runaway Robot of Fun Run!
Please Support Our Robot Run Fundraiser!
Students will be particicapting in the 2019 Robot Fun Run on Friday, March 15 in the LCA gymnasium. Parents are invited to join us for this exciting day and help cheer our students on as they complete their victory laps!
Final Prizes will be awarded on Thursday, March 28.