Students raised over $1,400 for the playground fundraising campaign through their recent Little Caesar’s Pizza Sale. Thank you to everyone that participated!
Our annual BOGO Scholastic Book Fair is next week, May 3-7th. All students will have the opportunity to shop the fair. Scholastic has introduced eWallet – an online account created by parent or guardian to deposit funds for use by a student. Watch the video above to learn more.
Now is the time to register your rising Kindergarten student for Kinder Camp this summer. There are two sessions to choose from. Call the school at 835-7240 to learn more and register.
Are you sharing your projects with us via Facebook? We sure hope so! Remember to tag us using BOTH @TLCGrowZonePage AND @TLCSchoolMakerFaire. Don’t forget to check our page on March 17th to see all the projects and give encouraging shout-outs to all our Makers!
This is a reminder that our 6th Annual School Maker Faire is going on now through March 17th via our Facebook page. Anyone that wants to participate is welcome! Share your project and tag us using BOTH @TLCGrowZonePage AND #TLCSchoolMakerFaire. Then be sure to stop by on March 17th to view all the projects and share encouraging words with our fellow makers. W cannot wait to see how YOU help us make this online School Maker Faire a success!
We proudly join over 2.9 million charter school students nationwide in support of National School Choice Week.
Held every January, National School Choice Week focuses on increasing public awareness and empowering parents with the freedom to choose the best educational environments for their children. These options include traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, online learning, private schools, and homeschooling.
School choice is the movement that offers charter schools as a viable option in education. We are a North Carolina Public School Choice opportunity for education and parents who are seeking a choice for their students’ academic needs have said YES to choosing our school.
Thank YOU for choosing The Learning Center Charter School for your students!
In the two years that Ryan Bender has been Head of School at The Learning Center Charter School, he has been committed to innovative education and weaving it into all that he does at the school.
Under Bender’s leadership, the school became a certified Open Way Learning (OWL) Academy in September 2020. OWL is a nonprofit organization with the singular mission to help schools develop, sustain, and grow cultures of innovation that better prepares students for our modern world and workforce. According to openwaylearning.org, OWL is a framework that encourages educators to create, modify, and share best practices to help education keep pace with a rapidly changing economy, society, and environment.
Bender was introduced to the HundrED movement through the OWL Academy connection. HundrED is a global education nonprofit organization which seeks and shares inspiring innovation in primary and secondary education.
“I was accepted as a HundrED ambassador and this distinction connects our school to resources and innovative education happening across the globe,” said Bender. “This benefits our school by linking resources for Professional Development for teachers as well as more educational resources for our students.”
“The voluntary HundrED community comprises over 600+ teachers, school principals, education consultants, professors, parents, and students from over 90 countries,” said Bender. “This network of educators helps identify what works in schools and collaborate to drive change on the local level.”
Bender added that the HundrED program is in line with the school’s OWL philosophy of free and open-source access. “Engaging in shared vision, collaboration, and the free exchange of ideas ensures that our school will continue to create customized solutions for our students and community,” said Bender.
Both students and staff needed a moral boost before the holiday break. The unusual school year with they hybrid and fully remote models in place has been stressful on all. Teachers took it upon themselves to bring some holiday cheer and at least bring some laughter to those around by their over the top outfits!