Lake Shore student representative reports homecoming success
Thursday October 24, 2013 | By:Alicia Greco, The Sun staff reporter | News
[photo1]ANGOLA — Lake Shore Central School Student Representative Luke Catalano gave the school board a report about this year’s homecoming success, adding that the festivities were “bigger than ever.”
Catalano said, during the board’s Oct. 15 meeting, that the dance was the largest event the school has held; 600 tickets were sold.
He added that the bonfire, held Oct. 2 during homecoming week, was the “biggest one in eight years.” In addition to the wood supplied by the school, the student body reached out to local construction companies for donations.
For the homecoming pep rally, Catalano reported that the consensus from the public was that this year was “more upbeat.”
He reported that $1,814 from the treasurer account was spent on homecoming; that account currently holds $4,245.
Superintendent James Przepasniak complimented Catalano and the rest of the event organizers; “It was a really exciting [homecoming] week,” Przepasniak said. “It was fun.”
In other board news:
– The board approved the contract between the district and Erie 1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services, authorizing the Western New York Regional Information Center to furnish certain computer services within the district.
– A second reading and adoption of policies was reviewed by the subcommittee on Sept. 3; the board passed its approval.
– The board reviewed the upcoming calender of events. The full list of events can be found under the “calender” link on the school website at www.lakeshore.wnyric.org.
The next board meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Nov. 19.
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