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LPS Learning Lunches: ‘Homeless students’ set for Oct. 27

The second Lincoln Public Schools Learning Lunch of the school year is called Homeless Students and Families: Building Stability, set for 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27, in the Board Room at LPS District Office, 5905 O St.

 

This year’s series is called, “Untold Stories” – and Tuesday’s presentation features Bryan Seck, homeless outreach specialist at LPS.  

 

This is an annual series of bring-your-own-lunch presentations open to the community. Doors to the Board Room will open at noon, the program will begin at 12:15 p.m., questions-and-answers will happen at 12:45 p.m.

 

This year’s schedule:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 24. Makerspaces and Other Wonders of LPS Libraries, Mary Reiman and Chris Haeffner of Library Media Services for LPS.
  • Tuesday, Jan 26. Dogs, a school’s best friend, stories about the value of canine companions in our schools (with appearances from two-legged and four-legged critters).
  • Tuesday, Feb. 23. One in Five: Students Facing Mental Health Challenges, Brenda Leggiadro, coordinator for LPS Counselors and School Social Workers.
  • Tuesday, March 29: A Guide to Mathematics Education Today, Matt Larson, curriculum specialist for Mathematics at LPS.
  • Tuesday, April 26. The Rhythm of Music in our Schools, LPS student musicians and Lance Nielsen, supervisor of Music for LPS.

For more information: Mary Kay Roth, director of Communications, 402-436-1609, mkroth@lps.org


Published: October 19, 2015, Updated: October 19, 2015