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The Ledyard Charter School mission states that students learn "within a community of adult mentors." We mean this. We know our students well, and they are surrounded by interesting and interested adults. Education is not something that happens to our students; they are partners in it, and we must teach them how to do this. LCS adults - parents & guardians included - show students how to drive their education, how to plan, how to make decisions, and how to follow through. Adults are powerful partners in teaching our students how to live a life of significance.
"Leadership is action, not position."
Donald H. McGannon
Our Greatest Partners in Your Children's Success
We believe that parents/guardians:
We welcome you to be an active part of your child's education. When a teenager feels supported by the adults in his or her life, that security contributes greatly to his or her sense of self and personal success.
Your participation in your child's education throughout high school can be a formidable force, one that can significantly influence his or her future. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss how we can partner with you to offer your child the best possible experience.
Please contact Executive Director Lynne M Grigelevich to set up an appointment.
We are here to help, and we greatly appreciate your help, too. 603.727.4772
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."
How Can You Help?
Help arrange learning opportunities in the community
Help set up an internship or apprenticeship for a student at your business, organization, or agency.
Host a one-day 'shadow study' for one or a small group of students about your career in business or some other organization.
Go on a local field trip with a teacher and a group of students.
Go on an extended (3-5 day) cross-country field trip with a teacher & students.
Contact a particular local business or organization regarding possible cooperation.
Come to school to assist
Share information with
Help a student with his work.
Coach an athletic team.
Teach a one-hour class in an area of personal interest.
Help organize fundraisers.