La Shirt is the shirt to wear to show your support at Slicer sporting events! This one of a kind shirt will be designed by a local LPHS student and selected as we open the voting to the community! Watch for the unveiling of shirt designs to participate in the vote and purchase your shirts. #onetownoneteam #slicerpride
LEDF is pleased to partner with The La Porte Economic Advancement Partnership and La Porte Community School Corporation to bring the Disney Institute back to La Porte. The event will take place on June 8, 2020 at the new La Porte Intermediate School. This year's program will focus on Quality Service. Become a sponsor (link to sponsorship form) or purchase tickets
What better way to welcome the start of spring then joining us for an afternoon of family fun! Special activities, live music, food vendors and activities for the kids! With all that fun, we can't forget about the main event - the apple find event! Explore Luhr County Park to find hidden apples designed and created by La Porte Community School Corporation students! Each apple has an assigned value for cash prizes!
Don't let the winter blues get you down - make plans to join us as we bring back Cabin Fever! Friday, January 31st after the La Porte High School Varsity Basketball game, we'll be hosting a 21+ afterparty like none other! Join us at the Civic Auditorium for music, cash prizes, exciting auction items & to celebrate the 2020 Norman J Hubner Hall of Fame inductees! Tickets are $25 a person and include a free drink coupon. https://lpedfcabinfever.ticketspice.com/
Little Learners Preschool (LPHS) $1,980 This grant funding will allow for the purchase of supplies to create task boxes with six categories in mind: language arts, math, fine motor, sensory, concepts & individualized goals. Utilizing the Structured TEACCH method, these task boxes target adaptive skills including on-task behaviors, transitions, response time and independence. This approach also assists in managing challenging behaviors and recognizing how the different learning styles of children with special needs directly affects their behavior.