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PAGE 2 LITTLESTOWN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT,Planning for the Future. A s the District moves forward on planning,for a major Capital Project in 4 to 6 years. we continue to strategize on how to fund, the future project Below is an example of three funding strategies we discussed last spring. Strategy Description Impact Future Budgets, The Saver Set mills aside annually with Tightens operational budget x mills each year for five years. out going above the state during 5 year period No mill increase needed in. index for the duration of plan 2024 25, Procrastinator Wait until 2024 25 to ad Larger mill or other revenue No operation budget impact.
dress increase needed in 2024 25 until 2024 25,10 increase. The Gambler At the end of each year put Unpredictable No operation budget impact. what the district can afford until 2024 25 Impact will. into savings for the project vary depending on prior years. After reviewing all the options the District plans to move forward with the saver strategy The strategy will. start with the 2019 2020 budget year The incremental millage of 1194 from the tax increase will be set. aside for the future capital project The purpose is not only to save dollars for the future project but also to. have the millage in place to help fund the new bond payment needed in 4 to 6 years. The saver plan also comes with the expectation that the District will not exceed the adjusted Act 1 index for. the duration of the plan With setting aside millage each year and not exceeding the adjusted index this will. put pressure on the annual operational budget The additional millage will not be available to offset costs. such as increase pricing for supplies and equipment and annual contractual requirements The operational. budget will continue to have to find ways to cut back and run more efficiently to save dollars. Other strategic areas in which the District has been looking at has been the bond structure and bond consid. erations The bond structure would need to be funded at the appropriate time in order to pay for the pro. ject Since the project schedule time will be a bit lengthy multiple bonds and or bank loans may be set up in. order to help minimize the interest expense Also the District is focused on finding ways to lower borrowing. costs Credit rating is a significant consideration when looking at the bond expense Credit rating considers. institutional framework economy manage,ment financial measures and debt and con. tingent liabilities Many of these considera,tions are either set or tough to change how. ever the District will look to development or,improve upon financial policies long term fi. nancial planning and long term capital plan,Finally when looking into increasing debt a.
school district needs to consider the percent,age of debt within their budget A recom. mended amount is 10 of an operational,budget LASD s percentage for 2017 was 6 0. well below both the LIU and PA state average,THE BOLT PRIDE. VOLUME 1I ISSUE 3 PAGE 3,Angie Haugh,Payroll Administrative Assistant. Codie Bogus,Full Time Custodian,Cathy McKendrick,Part time Food Service Worker.
Debra D Ambrosia,Teacher Aide,Mark Spangler,Seasonal Grounds Worker. Teacher Appreciation Week is Monday May 6,through Friday May 10 2019. his week is a time to shine the spotlight on the people who are so. much a part of children s lives and we are so fortunate to have top. notch teachers in our district who really care about our students. Please take a moment this week and thank a teacher for all they do. VOLUME 1I ISSUE 3,Years of Service, Congratulations for Reaching a Milestone and Thank You for Your Dedication. High School Staff,L R Stacy Tull 10 yrs Jesse Brant 15 yrs. Micaela Floess 10 yrs Alison Hess 10 yrs,Samuel Metzger 20 yrs Todd Gantz 15.
yrs Amy Shermeyer 15 yrs Michael,Lobaugh 20 yrs Samantha Blankenship 5. yrs Cynthia Staub 10 yrs Henry Hirsch 20,yrs Jeffrey Laux 5 yrs September Beach. 10 5 yrs Corey Bittle 15 yrs Scott Staub,Not in Picture Donna Blucher 5 yrs Graig. Henshaw 5 yrs Benjamin Klunk 5 yrs,Donna Elseroad 10 yrs Diane Weaver 10. Maple Avenue Middle School,L R Devin Heller 5 yrs Deb Allison.
20 yrs Drew Martin 10 yrs Janet,Wagner 20 yrs Lonnie Myers 15. yrs Tracey Willet 15 yrs Gregory,Urey 20 yrs Janelle Koontz 5 yrs. Stephanie Cashman 20 yrs Andrea,Raubenstine 25 yrs Chad Decker 5. Not in Picture Megan Fatland 5 yrs,and Deanna Topper 15 yrs. Maintenance and,Transportation Building,Bruce Weaver 10 5 yrs.
Not in picture Kathryn Patterson 10,PAGE 5 LITTLESTOWN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT. Years of Service Continued,Alloway Creek Elementary School. L R Lori Stollar 5 yrs Paula Frey 15 5,yrs Sheri Lynne Allen 5 yrs Tina. Motts 20 yrs Stephanie Dodson 10,yrs Wanda Price 15 yrs Mike Statler. 5 yrs Jennifer Scholeno 15 yrs Denise,Lee 20 yrs Chris Bigger 5 yrs Pamela.
Brown 15 yrs Erin Hahn 15 yrs Car,olyn Rhodes 20 yrs Carleen Russell 20. yrs Araby Collins 25 yrs Jennifer Ying,ling 15 yrs Patty Hughes 30 yrs. Not in Picture Mary Schriefer 10 5,yrs and Patti Deal 5 yrs. Visit the Thunderbolt Foundation,at the Littlestown Wine Festival. May 18th and 19th,Noon till 6 00 PM,Littlestown Community Park.
151 East Lakeview Drive,Littlestown PA 17340,Ticket and Entertainment Information. 10 does not include tasting,15 in advance includes tasting. 20 at gate includes tasting,We Need You, The Littlestown Alumni Association is working on updating. their alumni data bank All alumni are asked to consider be. coming a member of the alumni association and supporting. your alma mater We would also like to hear from the class. president or a representative from every graduation year who. would be willing to help with updating information on your. class For information please contact Alumni Association Pres. ident Christy Colgan at christy colgan pa net,THE BOLT PRIDE. VOLUME 1I ISSUE 3,PAGE 7 LITTLESTOWN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Winter Season Wrap Up,he Bolts had a very positive end to the 2018 19. Winter Season, The wrestling team had five student athletes qualify for the PIAA District III Tournament in Connor Brown. 106 Ayden Dillon 126 Carl Harris 170 Jason Penton 182 and Jeremy Gebhart 220 All five wrestlers. worked hard Connor Brown was able to finish with a 3rd Place medal Carl Harris and Jason Penton became the. 1st Littlestown duo to both be named District III Champions in the same year They were the 6th and 7th District. Champions in Littlestown history All three qualified for the PIAA SE Regional Tournament At the PIAA SE Re. gional Tournament Connor Brown and Jason Penton both took 3rd place and qualified for the PIAA State. Championship Tournament Carl Harris earned a SE Regional Champion medal at 170 lbs All three worked. hard and had a good showing at the PIAA State Tournament. The Boys Basketball team also had a great season this year They were YAIAA Division III Champions for the. second straight year They finished the regular season 21 1 and qualified for the YAIAA Tournament for a. third straight year They took down West York 73 63 in their 1st matchup but eventually fell in the semi final. game to William Penn They also qualified for PIAA District III Tournament as the 4th seed in AAAA They lost. their opening round game 60 51 to Lancaster Catholic before battling all the way back through the consolation. bracket to take 5th place and qualify for the PIAA State Tourna. ment The boys got wins over Eastern York and ELCO to finish 5 th. in Districts The boys would then travel all the way to Philadelphia. to take on the District 12 Champion Bonnor Pendergast in the. opening round The boys played great against a very good team and. ultimately fell short 64 38 A huge thank you to the Littlestown com. munity for their support at all the boys basketball games The. stands were packed with Thunderbolts all the way in Philly for the. State game, Logan Collins who has committed to play basketball at York College after he graduates became the All Time. Leading scorer in Boys Basketball history with 1 618 career points He broke the record held by Duke Gartrell. since 1998, The Girls basketball team also had a positive season finishing 9 13 on the year. The Boys Tennis team has completed their regular season and. will finish with a record of 4 9 They will start individual post Spring Sports Update. season tournaments at the end of April, The High School Boys Track team is 2 3 and the Girls Track team is 1 4 through April 23rd They continue to.
work hard Keep an eye out for a number of individual competitors to make some noise in the post season. Through April 23rd Baseball has a record of 7 5 and has won their last 5 games in a row They are currently 10th. in the Power Rankings 10 teams make the District Tournament in 4A. Also through April 23rd the Softball team is 10 3 and has also won their past 5 games in a row They are cur. rently ranked 2nd in the Power Rankings with the top 6 qualifying for Districts in 3A. This year the Athletic Department added both Junior High Soccer and Junior High Track to the sports offerings. Participation numbers have been very good and the students really enjoy these added programs. THE BOLT PRIDE,VOLUME 1I ISSUE 3 PAGE 8,PAGE 9 LITTLESTOWN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT. DID YOU KNOW THAT WE Transportation Facts,Use 14 School Buses and 4 Vans. Transport 1 540 Students a day to 12 Schools,Travel 293 000 Miles per School Year using. 33 000 Gallons of Diesel Fuel and 7 900,Gallons of Gas. Like Us on Facebook www facebook com TransportingBolts. Butterflies Flutter at ACES,lloway Creek s PTO organized a.
visit from Rick Mikula a butterfly,expert Rick engaged all grade. levels in all things butterflies He dazzled,students with facts and fun tips while shar. ing his passion for the little winged crea,tures It was a much enjoyed assembly as. many students and adults didn t realize the,vast nuisances of a butterfly s life and how. they are often confused with a moth This,was a much enjoyed assembly by all and.
one we would recommend in the future,THE BOLT PRIDE. VOLUME 1I ISSUE 3 PAGE 10,Bedtime Stories with ACES Staff. A CES Staff was influenced by Dr George the elementary principal who reads bedtime stories to her. students every week on Facebook live stream to do the same for our Littlebolts Each week a differ. ent staff member has signed up to provide a, bedtime story to our students It will be posted to Fa. cebook for students to play and replay throughout the. week We are excited to make this home school con,nection and get our students excited about read. ing Mrs Rittle and her son Landon premiered the, week of April 12th with the story We re All Wonders.
by R J Palacio You never know who the next staff,member will be Check out Alloway Creek Elementary. School s Facebook Page each week to see,ACES 4th Graders Mentor Fabulous Firsties. M rs Sanders has former fourth grade students enter her classroom on a regular basis to mentor. her current first graders The fourth,graders work with students during their. center time in math and reading They lead small, groups of students on math facts current skills that. are being taught like time and computation or on, different skills in reading Sometimes they read to.
the students and foster the concept of thinking,about the text These students have naturally be. come role models for Mrs Sanders first graders,We are proud of their efforts. LITTLESTOWN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT,May 10th is the Deadline to Nominate. Outstanding Employees, D o you know a teacher at LASD who goes above and beyond their teaching in the. classroom Do you know a support staff person at LASD who performs their duties. over what is expected If so NOMINATE NOMINATE NOMINATE. Nominations are open NOW until May 10 2019 Community members parents guardians students teachers. co workers administrators and members of the School Board of Directors may nominate staff members for. this award Nomination Forms can be completed online using this link https forms gle 2NXLGjqKdNiqhqrb9. or forms can be picked up in any of the school buildings front office or printed from our website. at NOMINATION FORM Complete the form and submit it to the Superintendent s Office at 162 Newark Street. Littlestown PA 17340 in a sealed envelope, There will be a winner in each category elementary school teacher middle school teacher high school teach.
er and two support staff positions The winners will each receive 100 from the Thunderbolt Foundation to. use towards job related supplies The winners will be announced during the Opening Day Ceremony in August. Any questions on this program can be directed to Beverly Lang at langb lasd k12 pa us or at 717 359 4146. Reminders from the Health Department, I f your student has medication inhalers or EpiPens in the. health room please pick them up at the end of the school year. Also if you will be bringing prescription medication inhalers. or EpiPens to the health room next school year a new physician s. order form will need to be completed Authorization for Prescrip. tion Medication Forms are available under health services on the school web site or in the nurse s office Medi. cations inhalers EpiPens and new physician order forms must be delivered to the hea. THE BOLT PRIDE A s the District moves forward on planning for a major apital Project in 4 to 6 years we continue to strategize on how to fund the future project elow is an example of three funding strategies we discussed last spring Planning for the Future Strategy Description Impact Future udgets The Saver Set mills aside annually with

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