August 30, 2021

Dear Parents and Lewisburg Community,

    We are officially underway with our 2022-2023 school year. I am delighted to share with you that we are enjoying the cooler learning spaces in our three buildings where the HVAC project is substantially completed. Our warm days of late August and early September are comfortable for students and staff alike.
Across the District we have enjoyed our opening days. There is a renewed sense of both purpose and pleasure in our return to school. As I shared with our full staff at our Convocation on August 23, we are again able to focus on the 3Rs. Unlike earlier iterations of that colloquialism that included, “Reading and Writing and ‘Rithmetic,” our chosen 3Rs capture relationships, routines, and rituals. We are pleased to be emphasizing work to best educate and and understand our individual students in order to support their learning, reestablishing the safety and security that come from routines and expectations for students and staff, and celebrating the many rituals established in our schools as a part of our programs here in LASD. We are excited for the challenges and prepared for our daily service to our students and families.
We also begin our school year with continued diligence to school safety. Across our country we know full well that schools must be ever vigilant and provide good measures to safeguard physical access to our facilities and reasonable protocols and processes to promote and maintain safe schools. Toward that end our year began with calling to our collective minds four points of emphasis for all staff members:
  • All staff wearing their District issued photo ID tags
  • All staff reviewing and practicing internal door locking procedures and equipment
  • All staff reviewing and practicing the steps to use their classroom telephones as public address instruments for clear communication
   • All staff reminded under no circumstances should any doors be ‘propped’ open for access to our buildings or facilities
In addition to these expectations issued to staff, we have engaged our school safety team in discussions to identify key actions we can implement. We have renewed our involvement with a CSIU work group of all regional school districts’ safety personnel for collaborative work. We have continued our contracts with our school police officers. We continue to work with East Buffalo Police, Pennsylvania State Police and the Union County Sheriff Department in coordinated work towards school safety. And we continue many initiatives to best understand and frame our emphasis on provisions of school safety in balance with ongoing considerations recognizing and addressing our students’ mental health and wellbeing. Provisions of school safety must include these two equally compelling facets of service to our students and families, and staff and greater community.  
We look forward to a wonderful school year.

Ms Cathy Moser
Interim Superintendent
[email protected]


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