Junior High Parent Resources
Continuous Enrollment: February 8-28
That's right! You only have to complete the Continuous Enrollment agreement this year between February 8-28. Then your child will be enrolled until they graduate, or you tell us your family is not returning to LCA. After February 28th, you will need to contact the Admissions Office (email@example.com) to determine if there is a spot available for your child(ren) for the 2021-22 school year. Visit the Continuous Enrollment webpage to learn more and to complete your agreement.
LCA has established the Ruth Coppler Outstanding Teacher Award, to be given annually to an LCA teacher in memory of Mrs. Ruth Coppler, who was a beloved elementary teacher at our school. This award is established as a tribute to her love for teaching and to recognize teachers who share and exemplify that love. For more info and to nominate a teacher, click here.
Upcoming Events & Important Dates
3/2: Asynchronous Instruction Day (Grades 6-12)
3/29 - 4/2: Spring Break (No School/Offices Closed)
Middle School Soccer Tryouts
Girls Tryouts: Please note that girls tryouts have been rescheduled for Monday, March 1st from 4pm - 5:30pm on the practice soccer field.
Bring soccer ball, water and shin guards.
Track & Field Practices Begin
After a year of waiting, LCA Track & Field will start official practices on Monday, March 1st, 2021. Any student in grades 6-12 who wishes to compete on this year’s team is welcome. We will meet at 3:45pm on Monday, March 1st near the glass doors exiting out to the tennis courts near the auxiliary gym. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Coach Raymond Hayes at 859-705-9141 (phone or text) or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and GO EAGLES!
2020-21 Junior High Information
In January 2018, the Commonwealth of Kentucky changed the immunization requirements for students enrolled in both public and private schools, as well as day care centers. All students must have two doses of the Hepatitis A vaccine prior to the start of the 2018-2019 academic year or show evidence of having the shot series in progress. In addition, students must have the booster dose of the quadrivalent meningococal (MenACWY) vaccine at the age of 16 (previously the booster was required at age 18).
Parents must provide the school with a copy of the EPID-230 "Certificate of Immunization Status" (rev. 2017) showing that the student is CURRENT for all required immunizations. No other form of documentation can be accepted, including partial EPID-230 forms, old forms with the new shots handwritten on them or pharmacy receipts for vaccination. Students who are not in compliance with immunization requirements must be suspended from attending classes until their record is brought current and submitted to the school.
Medical Exemptions are now noted on the EPID-230 if students are unable to be vaccinated due to medical reasons. A separate doctor's letter is not required.
Parents may also file a Religious Declination form. This is the required form and no other documentation can be accepted. Be advised that the "Kentucky immunization regulation does not permit philosophical exemptions to immunizations. Kentucky only has medical or religious exemptions to immunizations."
An audit of the immunization documents will be conducted and students whose documentation is expired, incomplete or missing will have 14 days from the date of notification to be in compliance and avoid suspension.
If you have any questions regarding Kentucky's immunization requirements for school attendance, please visit the Kentucky Department of Education website or Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services website. A brief summary of the changes to the immunization requirements is available here or see the Kentucky Public Health "Amended Immunization Regulation (902 KAR 2:060) Answers to Frequently Asked Questions" for more details regarding the new regulations.
Contact - Kim DuFour at email@example.com.
- Lunches are ordered on ParentsWeb. They can be ordered daily or for an entire week at a time.
- All lunch orders must be entered in ParentsWeb by 8:30am. Any order places after 8:30am will receive a brown bag "emergency" lunch
- If you ordered a lunch and your student will be absent that day, you must call the office by 8:30am to cancel your order. Orders cannot be canceled after 8:30am and you will be charged for that day's order.
- Lunch orders will be invoiced a week at a time on Friday for that week's orders. Once you receive the invoice, the charges will deduct from the account attached to your Incidentals Account in FACTS in 10 days. You can log into FACTS (via RenWeb) and pay the invoice with an alternative method of payment.
- Click here for the 2020-21 lunch information packet or here for a video.
Grab 'n Go
- Grab-N-Go refers to an area in the lunch room that is set up to sell fruit, snacks, ice cream, salads, drinks and many other things.
- Students can purchase items at Grab-N-Go during their lunch period.
- All charges from Grab-N-Go will post immediately to the student's prepaid Eagle Card Account.
- Students must have funds available on their Eagle Card to make a purchase.
- Click here for the Grab-n-Go options.
The Rose Campus Media Center serves Lexington Christian Academy students in grades 6-12. The media center’s mission is to foster critical thinking by supporting faculty and students as they assess information and contemplate ideas from a wide array of sources, and to promote the evaluation of information and ideas from the perspective of a Biblical world and life view.
The media center staff provides students with training in research, help with information needs, and recommendations on good books.
Media Center Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
The media center closes at 12pm on early dismissal days.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search for books and other resources available in the Rose Campus Media Center.
Search for books and resourcers available through the Lexington Public Library.
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Drama & concert database *
Informational database *
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Presents both sides of current and historical issues *
Up-to-date articles on the latest in science and discoveries *
Historical information, including primary sources, about the United States *
Up-to-date information on the world today *
Easy to use basic research on a variety of subjects *
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RenWeb is LCA's school information system. It is the home for all demographic and academic records. Parents Web is the parent, or family, portal for access to information within RenWeb. From ParentsWeb you are able to see grades, contact information and financial information bu linking to your FACTS account.
Each parent, student and staff member has a unique set of credentials in RenWeb that drives logging into the RenWeb website. Please email email@example.com if you cannot remember your username or password.
Converge is a classroom management system. Our teachers in grades 6-12 use this platform for classroom calenders, resource lists, homework assignments and general communications with students. It is a resource for students to use with each class. Parents also have logins for Converge, though a parent's view is a bit different that than of their students. A parent will see the agenda and calendar sections and not all the classroom details.
Spiritual Life Director
The goal of the 6th Grade Academy and 7th & 8th Grade Chapel is to develop students who: BELIEVE, KNOW, UNDERSTAND, and APPLY God's Word.
Next week our chapel journey begins by focusing on the evidence that supports the reliability and truthfulness of the Bible. From that point until Christmas break, we will be in a teaching series entitled, "The Gospel & The Counterfeits," a verse by verse exposition of Paul's letter to the Galatians.
Galatians 6:2 says, “Bear ye one another's burdens...” The main goal of the counselor is to help students with those concerns, academic and/or personal, which need to be shared. It is only to this end that the counselor will be successful.
Resources and services offered include assistance in educational planning, interpretation of test scores, help with difficulties encountered in class, and personal problems which arise from time to time. An appointment is all that is required to meet with any school counselor; however, students may see them on a walk-in basis, without an appointment, if they are available.
Office Forms & Documents
In preparation for the arrival of our student body, we need all parents whose students are returning to in person learning to complete the form "Assumption of the Risk and Waiver and Release of Liability Relating to Coronavirus/COVID-19" no later than Tuesday evening, August 18, 11:59 p.m. This form is found in FACTS Family and can be accessed by doing the following:
Log into Facts Family Here: https://logins2.renweb.com/logins/ParentsWeb-Login.aspx. (District Code is LX-KY)
Under the School tab, click on "Web Forms."
Select the "Covid 19 Waiver Form" and complete it for each student in your family.
This form must be completed prior to your student returning to campus for the start of school.
The office must be notified at least two weeks prior to any planned absences (2 or more days). Click here to complete the extended absence notification form.
One day absences may be reported by contacting the school office at 859-422-5703.
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Junior High Office - 859-422-5702
Coleman Marshall - 6th-8th Principal
Nancy Jaeger - 6th-8th Counselor
Jamie McCowan - 6th-8th Administrative Assistant
Josh Robinson - 6th-8th Spiritual Life Director
Eddie Hart - Campus Security
Staff & Faculty Contacts
Other Campus Parent Resource Pages
System Sign In Pages