Late last week, Governor DeWine announced back to school health and safety guidelines for all school districts across Ohio. LCC, alongside our Catholic Elementary schools are currently reviewing those guidelines. As a Catholic community, we have been planning and preparing for multiple scenarios to safely welcome students and staff back. We will be reviewing the latest information from the governor so we can meet the requirements set forth in these guidelines. Once we know more, we will share more details.
OHSAA is still requiring physicals for this fall. Forms are now available by updating your 'Final Forms' account or going to this link https://5il.co/h8ud
Happy Graduation Day! Here is the link for the Graduation ceremony. Don’t forget to tune in to our Facebook page at 2pm for the Facebook live ceremony! ❤️💙 https://youtu.be/ybzBHBsEon8
Fundraising Update! Just a reminder that if you purchased anything in the Sara's Sweet fundraiser your order will be ready for pick up at 3:30pm today, May 28th, at Sara's Sweets.
Seth Mahlmeister signed and made the new pro expansion NPSL soccer team Fort Wayne FC! Seth was the youngest signee at the age of 17. Congratulations, Seth! #soaringthunderbird https://fortwaynesnbc.com/2020/05/23/fort-wayne-fc-celebrates-hard-work-with-season-postponed/
As we all prepare to reconnect to our Catholic lives, albeit still in an extraordinary way, I would like to invite you to engage with those who are awaiting the reception of a Sacrament in an extraordinary way. Many of the first communicants, the confirmandi, the elect, and the candidates experienced an abrupt change or even end to their preparation for the reception of these respective sacraments. Therefore, please consider wholeheartedly advocating participation in a Novena to the Holy Spirit to all those that you serve in ministry and especially to those whose formation was truncated. We pray that this novena prepares each of us for the gifts of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost and particularly for those awaiting sacraments that the Spirit will teach and remind us of all that Christ has told us (cf. John 14:26). To encourage participation, we are also promoting a Red Ribbon Campaign. The red ribbons are a visible sign of our anticipation, excitement, and unity. The goal is to cover Northwest Ohio in red ribbons by simply tying one on your front door, mailbox, a tree in your yard, etc. on Friday, May 22nd, the first day of the novena, through Saturday, May 30th. Videos will be posted daily on social media and the Reconnect webpage, additional resources for the novena can also be found at this link: https://reconnecttoledo.squarespace.com/pentecost Come, Holy Spirit!
Junior drop off/pick up is today from 10-1. Please enter the back, gym door.
Today is pick up/drop off day for grade 9 (9-11am) & from 12-2pm for grade 10. Please wear a mask & enter through back, gym entrance.
We want to say THANK YOU to all of our alumni who have been at the front lines through COVID-19. Nurses, doctors, healthcare technicians, grocery store workers, teachers, factor workers, delivery drivers, and so many more. The efforts of all of these essential workers are critical to keeping society functioning, making sure that every one of us is safe, healthy, and has access to all of the resources we need. Help us recognize these alumni by tagging them and letting us know how they are helping in the comments below.
Tune in to Facebook Tomorrow Thursday May 14th at 8pm as we host a LIVE graduation raffle for the Class of 2020! Prizes will be given away to our graduating seniors so tune in to catch the fun!
Tomorrow, May 14th is auction item pickup day at LCC from 11am-1 p.m. & 4-6 p.m. Please pull up to the main entrance and we will bring out your items. If that date doesn't work for you please contact Mary Kay Musyt at email@example.com or 567-371-1302. Thank you!
Tune in to Facebook this Thursday May 14th at 8pm as we host a LIVE graduation raffle for the Class of 2020! Prizes will be given away to our graduating seniors so tune in to catch the fun!
Congratulations to Anna Delamotte, the STAR! of the show! Your performance was viewed over 900! times and earned 280 likes. Thank you to all who participated in LCC's first virtual talent show, performers and viewers. There were a total of 3833! views and 614 likes. If you didn't get a chance to see her talent check it out here: https://flipgrid.com/06253f10
Thursday, May 14th will be auction item pickup day at LCC from 11am-1 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. Please pull up to the main entrance and LCC staff will bring out your items. If that date doesn't work for you please contact Mary Kay Musyt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 567-371-1302 to make other arrangements. Thank you for supporting the 2020 auction! We look forward to seeing you on the 14th.
**EUROPEAN TRIP FUNDRAISING UPDATE** Sara's Sweets is unable to fill orders until mid May. If you participated in the Sara's Sweets Fundraiser the orders will be filled in mid May. If you wish to cancel your order please contact Regina Reynolds (email@example.com)
T-birds have shown us their talent! Now it is up to you to show them your love. Click the link and "Like" the video you want to vote for! The artist(s) with the most likes is the STAR! of the show. Thanks to Ms. Huber for organizing! https://flipgrid.com/0d1539f9
Sun and warm weather ahead! This is the perfect time to freshen up your landscaping! Deadline for mulch orders is MONDAY May 4th! Order online at https://lccmulchmadness.com/home/ or call 419.222.6238. Delivery throughout the month of May. Thanks for your support!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT De'Jhon (Biggz) Johnson plans on continuing his love of basketball. He is currently undecided on which college he will attend in the fall. Austin Boyles plans to major in Biomedical Sciences at Indiana University or Eastern Michigan. Michael Jay Riepenhoff plans to attend Bowling Green State University in the fall. Rodney Bennett plans to begin his career at Gosiger Automation. Way to go Tbirds!
This is a great way to check out colleges virtually! Strive Virtual College Exploration Week has been extended to May 8! This program is free and open to students and counselors. Register today to hear from 200+ colleges across the country. https://www.strivescan.com/virtual/
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Josiah Simpson plans to to attend Indiana Tech University where he will major in business/marketing and play soccer. Quintneana Rios will be studying English at the University of Toledo. Sihan (Amy) Yao plans to attend the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Braydon Ruble plans to attend Rhodes State College to study Physical Therapy. Way to go Tbirds!
Today is the LAST drop-off day for Taste Tour items! This will remain a drive-up opportunity and we will come out to your cars to collect what you have to turn in. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Jane Keirns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Arianna Vorise will be attending Ohio Dominican University to get her Bachelor's in Nursing. Ethan Bowker will be majoring in Business at Bowling Green State University. Makenna Mohler plans to study Early Childhood Education at The Ohio State University Lima. Bryana Hines will be attending Wilberforce University, majoring in Social Work. Way to go Tbirds!
The deadline has been extended for the LCC talent show! Students and families can submit videos showcasing their talents until THIS FRIDAY, MAY 1 at https://flipgrid.com/456bb3f4
Today is one of the last drop-off days for Taste Tour items! These will remain a drive-up opportunity and we will come out to your cars to collect what you have to turn in. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Jane Keirns at email@example.com.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Brant Smith will be entering the United States Army. He will be training to become a Military Police Officer, and hopes to specialize in the canine unit. Keegan Zupan plans to complete the Radiology Program at Rhodes State College. Quentin Potempa plans to attend Purdue Fort Wayne to study Mechanical Engineering. Jude Bach plans to enter the work force and learn a trade. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Ryan Keating will be attending Bowing Green State University for Computer Sciences. Brandon Taylor plans to complete the Academy program at Rhodes State College and become a Police Officer for the state of Ohio. Isaiah O'Connor plans to attend Bowling Green State University and major in Business Marketing. Kelli McGuire plans is to have a career in photography, and eventually open her own studio. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Riccardo Filipponi will complete one more year of schooling in Italy then plans to study Psychology. Nevan Stolly will be attending Rhodes State College to receive an associates degree in Criminal Justice. Alivia Contini will be majoring in Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. Bryanna Chambers will be going to The Ohio State University majoring in Neuroscience with a goal of continuing on to medical school. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Kalisha Macklin plans to attend Ohio State Lima to get her Bachelor's in Nursing Jared Young will be going to OSU to study Mechanical Engineering Technology. Colin Guagenti plans to attend The Ohio State University and major in Business Phillip Venturella plans on studying Computer Science and Graphic Design. He is leaning towards attending BGSU but is still exploring other options. Way to go Tbirds!
Next week we will host our last two drop-off days for Taste Tour items. These will remain drive-up opportunities and we will come out to your cars to collect what you have to turn in. These are the last drop off times for Taste Tour. After Wednesday, any unsold books/money not returned will be added to your accounts. Thank you for your ongoing support of LCC during these unprecedented times! If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Jane Keirns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Jenna Rose will be majoring in Biology at The University Of Cincinnati in the Pre Physician Assistant Program. Austin Hatcher is going into the National Guard and will be attending the University of Cincinnati for Computer Science and Engineering. Caleb Heider plans to attend Rhodes or OSU Lima to become a Radiology Technician. Hailey Tidd will be continuing her career in the National Guard while attending Rhode State College Majoring in Nursing and EMT. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Chase Caprella plans to attend the United States Naval Academy and major in Engineering. Following graduation from the Academy, he will continue to serve as an officer in the United States Navy. Madeline Brinkman plans on attending the University of Dayton and major in Biology. Erica King is going to Purdue Fort Wayne to major in Biology and have a preprofessional in Pre-Vet. Ethan Truex will be attending Bluffton University where he will be majoring in Secondary Education and playing football. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Aizlynn Blythe plans to begin work at Disney World resort hotel or theme park. Megan Sealts is planning on going to The Ohio State University. Her major is currently undecided but she hopes to eventually attend law school. Parker Stechschulte plans to become an Emergency Medical Services Paramedic. Kassidy Meyer plans to attend the University of Cincinnati where she will major in Marketing. Way to go Tbirds!
Governor Dewine has just announced school buildings will remain closed for the rest of the school year. We will continue to do remote learning and bring the best education we can to our T-Bird family. We thank your students, parents and teachers for everything they are doing to continue leading, serving and excelling during this unprecedented time. We will update you with more details as they are available. Please stay tuned it to our web site and social media pages for updates.
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Billy Blankemeyer plans to attend real estate college and become a real estate agent. Elena Gamble plans to attend Ohio State Lima after graduation. Sophia Santaguida plans to attend The Ohio State University in Columbus. Brandon Goldsberry plans to get a Biomedical Science major at Xavier University. Way to go Tbirds!
The LCC Business Office will be open for drop off of Taste Tour money, books or other items today from 1-3pm. Pull up and we will come out to meet you!
SENIOR SHOWCASE Michael Seffernick plans to attend ONU and become a Mechanical Engineer. Ana Voltani will be pursuing a Nursing degree. She plans to attend Rhodes State College to get her associates and continue on to get her bachelors. She hopes to work in a hospital while in college. Jocelyn Morrisey will be attending The Ohio State University where she will begin her studies undecided, but focusing on STEM subjects. She also received the Navy ROTC scholarship, so she will be a part of the ROTC program at Ohio State. Hannah Riepenhoff will attend Xavier University where she plans to study Nursing. Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SHOWCASE Victoria Lauck will be attending Miami University majoring in Social Work. Peyton Craig plans on attending Eastern Michigan University majoring in Occupational Therapy. Olivia Kesner will be attending Ohio Northern University majoring in Biology. She will also play tennis on the Women's Tennis team. Rosie Williams will be attending The Ohio State University majoring in Special Education! Way to go Tbirds!
SENIOR SHOWCASE Jacob Evans plans on apprenticing at GROB Systems and attending Rhodes State College for Mechanical Engineering. Megan Latham will be attending Miami University majoring in Elementary Education. Dominic Guagenti plans to major in Business at Wright State University. Anna Kahle will be attending Xavier University majoring in Theatre Education. Way to go Tbirds!
Now accepting mulch orders through May 4th! Order online at https://lccmulchmadness.com/home/ or call 419.222.6238. Delivery will be throughout the month of May. Thank you for your continued support!
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT Kaylee Rigg plans to attend Ohio Northern University and major in History, with a minor in Public History/Museum Studies. Anna Janowski will be attending Loyola University Chicago majoring in Environmental Science. John Sreenan plans to attend the United States Air Force Academy and be an Air Force pilot following his four years at the academy. Jack Zerante plans to pursue Chemical Engineering at the Ohio State University Way to go Tbirds!
The LCC talent show is a go! Students and families can submit videos showcasing their talents at https://flipgrid.com/456bb3f4
We need your help for our Yearbook! All photos can be emailed to Ms. Luersman at email@example.com
The Business Office will be open for drop offs this afternoon from 3pm-6pm. Pull up to the main entrance and we will come to greet you. Stay safe!
LIVE NOW! Join the Diocese of Toledo today from 6:45pm-8pm for a High School Ministry including Prayer, Message, and Eucharistic Adoration. You can find the live-streamed event on their YouTube page here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6zfFYoyx4o&feature=youtu.be
Join the Diocese of Toledo LIVE this Sunday (Palm Sunday - April 5th) for a High School Ministry including Prayer, Message, and Eucharistic Adoration. The live-streamed event will be on their YouTube page! Join here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6zfFYoyx4o&feature=youtu.be
Financial aid applications through FACTS Management https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3XMGK are still due by April 1. This is completed online and uses your 2018 tax information and documents. New this year, is the option to take pictures of your documents to upload them. This is extremely helpful if you do not have access to a scanner. Scholarship application deadlines have been extended to April 6th. These may be submitted via email to Jane Keirns at firstname.lastname@example.org or sent into the school (720 S. Cable Rd., Lima, OH 45805) and be post marked no later than April 6th. A full list of scholarships can be found here: https://www.lcchs.edu/scholarships-assistance Should you still have further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Jane Keirns
Want to know more about the St. Charles & LCC Auction? Tune into noon edition tomorrow for an interview with Mary Kay and Kayla!
We're so proud of our students for embracing the situation and giving it their all! THANK YOU to our T-birds for their positive attitudes and hard work. We want to see your at-home learning pics! Post them with the hashtags #resiliency and #leadserveexcel
Today we would normally be celebrating Mass as a community with our Tbirds. As we find ourselves in this extraordinary circumstance of being unable to publicly celebrate mass and the Eucharist, you may be left wondering what can we do? Always remember, God is everywhere and He always hears your prayers. Below is a traditional prayer of spiritual communion that many saints have prayed over the years. It can be prayed in those times you find yourself unable to receive the Eucharist, or even in the midst of your daily life, lifting up your thoughts to God. The ultimate goal of our lives should be communion with God and an act of spiritual communion can help us draw closer to that goal.
Lima Central Catholic will be closed for 3 weeks beginning after the school day on Friday, March 13. Please note we will still have early dismissal at 1pm
Directed by Governor DeWine, we will dismiss students beginning Monday, 3/16 until April 6th. More info to come.
Friday, March 13, ends our 3rd quarter. Please make note that we will have early dismissal at 1pm.
Congratulations to Arianna Vorise for receiving the A.C.E. Award! The Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award recognizes HS seniors who made dramatic improvements in attitude & performance during their high school years. This serves as a powerful example to all students that hard work and perseverance really do pay off.
Gavin & Chase Caprella are STATE BOUND!Get your State Wrestling T-shirts here: https://thunderbirdsstatewrestling2020.itemorder.com Deadline to order is Tuesday night
Good luck to our wrestlers Chase Caprella, Gavin Caprella, and SeVaughn Carter as they compete today through Saturday at the OHSAA District tournament in Troy!
2020 Taste Tour coupon books are now available for $20 each. Each book contains 139 coupons from over 60 local restaurants. Purchase your books from an LCC student during the month of March or from the Business Office until all books are sold. The Taste Tour Books are good throughout all of 2020 and through February 2021 ... purchase several while you can as they are a great gift idea throughout the year! Our Business Office also ships books! If you would like to have a book sent to you please send a check for $20+$2 for shipping to LCC. Thank you for your support!
Game time change! Thursday v. Wayne Trace @ Lima Sr. now 6:15p tip; Presale tickets available at LCC today thought Thursday 7:30-4; $6 adults,$4 students,$3 parking; tix $7 at door
Results to the AMC are in!!! Drum Roll please!!!! Congrats to Mary Kelly Mulcahy for placing first overall at LCC with a score of 64.5!!! Way to go!! Chase Caprella got 2nd place in the AMC 12 while Nathan Stolly placed 3rd! For the AMC 10, congratulations goes out to Noah Nuesmeyer for first place at LCC, with Gabe Cira placing 2nd and Carlie Van Meter coming in 3rd place! Way to go Thunderbird Mathletes!!
The Scholarship and financial aid window is open for the 2020-2021 school year with many deadlines set for April 1, 2020. Find more information at: https://www.lcchs.edu/scholarships-assistance.
Our new monthly giving club is now live! Support our Annual Fund in a new way! The "Our Lady of Fatima Society" is for individuals who would like to set up a regularly reoccurring donation to our school. You choose the amount, your start date, the frequency of your gift and we handle the rest. Anyone who joins the society will receive a thank you gift and will be listed in a special section of the 2020 LCC Today. For more information please contact Mary Kay Musyt, Director of Institutional Advancement, at email@example.com. We hope that you will join us on this new venture. https://www.osvhub.com/lcchs/funds/annual-fund
Support our Annual Fund in a new way! Next week, Lima Central Catholic will kick off its first ever monthly online giving club. The "Our Lady of Fatima Society" is for individuals who would like to set up a regularly reoccurring donation to our school. You choose the amount, your start date, the frequency of your gift and we handle the rest. Anyone who joins the society will receive a thank you gift and will be listed in a special section of the 2020 LCC Today. For more information please contact Mary Kay Musyt, Director of Institutional Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope that you will join us on this new venture.
Happy Random Acts of Kindness Week! During RAK Week, students are encouraged to do random acts of kindness at school, home and in the community. #Kindness is contagious, teachable and makes you feel all fuzzy inside. Plus, there are scientifically proven health benefits to #beingkind! What can you do to spread kindness this week?
This week Adi spent a day shadowing Mrs. Williams! Principal for a day is one of the experiences offered at the LCC St. Charles auction! Tickets are available now at www.lcchs.edu
Good luck to Paige Brinkman as she competes in the OHSAA District swim meet in Bowling Green today! #soaringthunderbird
In March Lima Central Catholic will launch its first ever monthly giving program, "Our Lady of Fatima Society". This program will allow donors to set up monthly automatic contributions that support our annual giving fund. Your commitment, no matter the amount, lets us count on your consistent support throughout the year. Look for more information in the weeks ahead. We are excited to kick off this new endeavor in support of our school!
Celebrate Vocations! Today, each of our Theology classes began in the Chapel where students sang, learned about the calling of vocations, prayed for vocations and spent time in reflection. Thank you to our amazing Theology Department, Ms. Brunelle, Mrs. Patterson and Mr. Kill for creating a beautiful and thought provoking celebration of vocations during Catholic Schools Week!
ATTENTION COLUMBUS AREA THUNDERBIRDS: We are planning an alumni event in Columbus! Please take a moment to update your contact information so we can reach out to you about the event! Know of alums in the Columbus area? Tag them in the comments! http://bit.ly/30yYpGs
Lima Central Catholic is accepting applications for the position of Head Track and Field Coach! Successful head coaching experience is preferred but not required. Candidates must have Pupil Activity Permit or be able to attain one along with all other OHSAA and Diocesan mandated coaching credentials. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to support the mission of LCC in leading the high school boys and girls track and field program. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and references to Athletic Director John Schnieders at email@example.com.
Lima Central Catholic is seeking a long-term substitute teacher to cover an eight week maternity leave teaching English/Language Arts to freshmen and sophomores, beginning in March 2020. A bachelor’s degree is required, ELA preferred, with the necessary teaching credentials from the Ohio Department of Education (substitute or professional license). Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to Principal Stephanie Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are just a few months out from our annual Bid for Our Kids auction that supports Lima Central Catholic High School and St. Charles Catholic School. This year our theme is "Around the World". We need your help and expertise to make our auction a huge success! We are looking for item donations or donations of special talents/skills (example: cooking class, art lessons, financial review). The sky's the limit! If you would like to donate to the 2020 auction please contact Emily Miller, Events Planner/ Communications Specialist, at 419-222-4276 ext. 2628 or email@example.com.
Problem Solvers were hard at work this week. We worked on some classic conundrums, Rebus puzzles, picture puzzles, and mindtrap mysteries. Today they were challenged to defend one of their answers with some sort of drawing or manipulative. They did an excellent job. Can you solve the Beetle problem? This one might be a good one for those book-loving English lovers out there!!!
Students competed in the Poetry Out Loud contest at the meeting place this evening. Junior Emma DeLong was named the winner! She will advance to the regional competition next month. Thank you to our judges, Jacob King and Fred Arzola from Rhodes State College, Holly Norton from UNOH and Mrs. Schmerge from LCC.
We were thrilled to welcome back Amber Garlock from the class of 2004! Amber spoke to Mr. Horstman's classes about her experiences abroad, careers in the Foreign Service and the work of the U.S. Department of State. Amber is a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State where she serves as a diplomat to represent the U.S. abroad. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor degree in History and received her Master of Public Policy from George Mason University. Amber previously worked for the U.S. House of Representatives as a foreign policy analyst and is a returned Peace Corps volunteer, Burkina Faso 2012-2014.
We are deeply saddened by the news of Vince Koza’s passing. His presence will be missed throughout the Lima Catholic community but he will live on through memories of his generosity and charisma. Please keep Holly, Brittany & Sarah in your prayers.
Recent LCC Grads: We are still in need of a few more alumni who are in college and would be willing to come do a Q and A with our juniors & seniors about college life, challenges, academic preparation, etc. On Monday, Jan. 6. Please contact Mrs. Cordle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Jenny Nguyen who had the top score on this week's Catholic Math League contest with a score of 21/25! Following closely behind were John Sreenan and Anna Kahle! Great job Thunderbirds!!!
Kudos to Henry Du for scoring a 54 on the first Log 1 math contest of the year. Max Nguyen scored a 42 and closely behind was Taylor Wisser (38), Zoey Foster and Morgan Chaney (33). These are outstanding scores! Way to go Thunderbird Mathletes!!!
Lima Central Catholic is accepting applications for the position of Head Volleyball Coach. Successful head coaching experience is preferred but not required. Candidates must have Pupil Activity Permit or be able to attain one along with all other OHSAA and Diocesan mandated coaching credentials. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to support the mission of LCC in leading the middle school and high school volleyball program and take an active role in the youth developmental programs. Currently there are no teaching positions available. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, resume, and references to Athletic Director John Schnieders at email@example.com. Application deadline is December 31.
Recent LCC Graduates: We are looking for alumni who are currently in college and would be willing to come do a Q and A session with our juniors and seniors about college life, challenges, academic preparation, etc. This would be on Monday, January 6. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Cordle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
The online spirit wear store is back in time for Christmas! Customize any garment with your favorite LCC logo. Pick up orders at Lima Sporting Goods or ship it anywhere in the US for all of our out of town Tbirds! Deadline to order is Dec. 1st! http://bit.ly/tbirdchristmas
Poinsettia Sale! Help support the Thunderbirds by participating in our poinsettia sale! Orders can be made with Stephanie Watkins via email at email@example.com or by phone at 419-223-2411. Orders are due by November 25th.
Last call for the One Day of Giving Class Challenge! All of these classes are so close! One or two gifts can change the order. Donations will be accepted online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM until Midnight!
The Class of 1989 moved up to take the lead from the Class of 2014 but they follow closely behind! The Class of 2015 hustled to make it onto the top 10 bumping off The Class of 2012! Get those donations in before midnight to count towards the competition! Give online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM Or call or stop in to the school until 7pm tonight! 419-222-4276
WHO WILL BE THE GREATEST CLASS? The Class of 2014 took the lead in less than an hour! Keep the donations coming! Tag your fellow alumni to get the word out! Give online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM Or call or stop in to the school until 7pm tonight! 419-222-4276
CLASS CHALLENGE UPDATE! Here are the top ten classes for the One Day of Giving as it stands right now. Will the class of 1988 reclaim their title of the GREATEST CLASS or will a new class prevail?! Keep the donations coming! Tag your fellow alumni to get the word out! Give online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM Or call or stop in to the school until 7pm tonight! 419-222-4276
We only need participation from 7 more classes to reach 100% participation from our graduating classes! Tag members of the classes to get the word out! Give online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM Or call or stop in to the school until 8pm tonight! 419-222-4276
ROLL CALL! We still need participation from the classes listed below. Help us get to 100% participation from our graduating classes! STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES! Give online at www.lcchs.edu Or call or stop in to the school until 8pm tonight! 419-222-4276
🚨 CLASS CHALLENGE ALERT! 🚨 We are looking for 100% participation from the graduating classes of LCC! The graduating class with the most participation will be crowned with Fr. Herr’s honored title of THE GREATEST CLASS OF LCC and receive bragging rights until the one day of giving next year. Last year the Class of 1988 prevailed! Who will be the greatest class this year? Give online at http://bit.ly/2CfyOqM Or call or stop in to the school! 419-222-4276
Today! We are celebrating our fifth annual One Day of Giving. Last year we raised more than $133,000 from 360 donors! We are looking to make this year our best one yet. Thanks to matching funds provided by generous donors we are able to have this momentous day that supports our annual fund. The annual fund helps bridge the gap between the actual cost to educate a student and the amount we charge for tuition This day is about coming together as one community for LCC. You can stop in to the school, donate online at https://www.lcchs.causesuite.com/dayofgiving/ or call 419-222-4276 ext 2012. We can’t do this without your help. Every gift, no matter the amount makes an impact on the lives of our students. Thank you for your ongoing support of our school and its mission.
There is no school on Monday, November 4th.
ONE WEEK! We are just one week away from the One Day of Giving! Please consider giving on November 5th. You can stop in to school, mail a check dated 11/5/19, donate online at www.lcchs.edu, or call in to the school at 419-222-4276. No amount is too small! #ODOG19
We are less than a week away from an evening of celebration with Coach Bob Seggerson! Purchase your tickets here! https://lcchs.ejoinme.org/seggevent
Congratulations to Jack Zerante for scoring a 4 on the first Ohio Math League contest this year. This is a very challenging math contest with 6 problems ranging from pre-algebra concepts to pre-calculus concepts and statistics. Students are given 30 minutes, a pencil, scrap paper and a calculator. Way to go Jack! Also, scoring a fantastic 3 were Nathaniel Bruno, Lauren Chaney, Henry Du, Max Nguyen and Kitt Siatkosky! Awesome job, Thunderbirds!!!
Tomorrow (10/19) Cross Country districts at Columbus Grove @ 11am. Come out and support your Thunderbirds!
Congratulations to the Lady TBird Volleyball Team. They beat Lincolnview (20-2) in 4 games in the Sectional Final last night in Ft. Recovery. Next up...Ft. Recovery Monday night in Kalida at 7pm!
TONIGHT Girls Soccer sectionals vs Ottoville @ 7pm at Lima Stadium. Tickets are $6 Adults and $4 Students. Come out and support your Thunderbirds!
Mrs. Thompson took some of her star yoga students to St. Gerard's after school to show some younger students the power of positive energy by doing some relaxing poses. The kids enjoyed mooing and meowing while doing their cat and cow stretches and exhibited great balance while trying to be a giant tree. We all had a great time! Thank you Anna Kahle, Megan Sealts, Sophia Santaguida, Abby Watkins and Kennedy Parker for volunteering your after school time! This was done through Lima's new ECCO program.
TONIGHT Boys Soccer sectionals vs New Knoxville @ 5:00 at Lima Stadium. Tickets are $6 Adults and $4 Students. Come out and support your Thunderbirds!
Best of luck to our Volleyball team tonight as they take on Ottoville @ LCC at 5:30. This is the 1st round of the OHSAA Sports Sectional tournament. Tickets are $6 Adults and $4 students.
Get your Girls Golf State Championship gear now! https://thunderbirdgirlsgolfchamps19.itemorder.com/sale
Congratulations to our Girls golf team on Winning the State Championship today. Back2Back Champs!
Our last home volleyball game is tomorrow, Saturday, October 12th against Shawnee. JV starts at 11am and Varsity to follow. We also have our last home football game on tomorrow night. Kick off is 7pm against Kipp. Come out and support our Tbirds!
Best of luck to Mary Kelly Mulcahy, Erin Mulcahy, Emma Mayers, Carlie VanMeter and Bridget Mulcahy as they compete at state!! You can follow the progress of our girls golf team today at the state tournament on BirdieFire here: https://m.birdiefire.com/tournament/61497/
Of all the programs offered at LCC, retreats are among the most important and most intricate. LCC has implemented a 4 year retreat program designed to provide a natural progression that coincides with experiences throughout high school. A retreat can often be one of the most powerful tools at our disposal for bringing students to a face-to-face encounter with the very real presence of God in their lives. They are an essential and necessary part of the LCC faith life allowing students to take the time to consider the truly important aspects of life. In 36 days, our seniors will leave for their last retreat with us, Kairos. This retreat gives seniors an opportunity to experience where Christ is their lives and where God will be after high school. We remind students that they are perfectly made by God and to experience Him in a deep and personal way. They are then asked to “Live the Fourth” which is truly the rest of their lives. It is our goal that our students will have had a deeper encounter in their Christian life, thereby building on the formation we instill daily in the classroom. We will be sharing a daily quote from our last 8 Kairos retreats to give you a glimpse of the amazing experiences and revelations our students have on this retreat.
Last year the Class of 1988 prevailed but the Class of 2018 followed closely behind, who will earn the title GREATEST CLASS during this year's One Day of Giving? Mark your calendars! We are just 30 days away! http://bit.ly/ODOG19
Congratulations to the winners for the September drawings for the Athletic Field Project! The winning ticket numbers are based on the daily Ohio Pick 3 evening drawings. Numbers with unclaimed prizes haven’t been sold yet, you still have a chance to buy one! Contact John Schnieders at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-222-4276 to get yours!
As part of our School Emergency Operations Plan we successful executed a full-scale evacuation drill today. Lt. Green and Sgt. Hile were very pleased at the speed, organization and cooperation of students and staff. Thank you to Lt. Green and Sgt. Hile for their help today and to The Sandtrap Foundation for contributing to the Nightlock fund.
2012 alum Tyler O'Connor joined John Jakubik on the Coach Kub Podcast where they discussed everything leadership, development, and family and cultural influence. Listen to the podcast here --> https://apple.co/2mpkMOC
Girls volleyball is on a roll coming off four 3-0 wins in a row! Come show your support as they take on Columbus Grove tomorrow night at 7pm at LCC! http://bit.ly/2lO3Xg2
Students in Teen Leadership class will be helping classmates and community member register to vote today! If you would like to register to vote, come to LCC today from 11:15am-12:30pm! You can check your voter registration status at www.vote.org
Today Mrs. Williams announced Anna Kahle and John Sreenan have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program! Although they will not continue in the 2020 competition for NMS awards, they placed in the top 3% of scorers of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2020 competition by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test! Congratulations Anna and John!
Tbird touchdown! LCC 45 LSH 49 :25 in the 4th
Tbird touchdown! LCC 39 LSH 35 8:17 in the 4th
Touchdown tbirds!! LCC 27 LSH 21 10:22 left in the 3rd
Tbirds score again! 14-0
Win big with the New Athletic Field project! Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased in the business office, athletic office, or by contacting John Schnieders at email@example.com Your ticket purchase helps maintain our athletic fields throughout the year.
Tickets are on sale M-F 7:30am-3:30pm in the business office. Adults $8, Students $6; all $8 at the gate; 50/50 also on sale! For the first time, the Lima Central Catholic Thunderbirds and the Lima Senior Spartans will go head-to-head during the regular season on the gridiron. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29, at Lima Stadium. It will kick off both schools’ regular season. While the teams will battle each other for the win, the two schools will join forces for a good cause. The schools will raise money for the American Cancer Society. The night will begin with cancer survivors walking a lap around the track at 6:30 p.m. Any survivor is invited to participate and will get a Relay for Life Survivor T-shirt. Survivors should begin gathering near the field at 6:15 p.m. Stadium gates will open at 5:30 p.m.
We're hiring! Lima Central Catholic is now accepting applications for a Development Coordinator. To learn more about the opportunity or to apply, click this link! https://www.lcchs.edu/job-postings--10
Meet the Teams rally is today! Celebrate Mass with us on the lawn at 5pm, team intros to follow. Band playing - Bookstore open - Bring a lawn chair!! Go Birds!
Happy Amazon Prime Day! Shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/34-4465253 and AmazonSmile donates to Lima Central Catholic High School.
We're hiring! Lima Central Catholic is now accepting applications for a Math Teacher. To learn more about the opportunity or to apply, click this link! https://www.lcchs.edu/job-postings--10
The Thunderbird Parent Club purchased a 3D printer for our students! We are so appreciative of everything they do including providing meals, enhancing education opportunities through teacher professional development and by purchasing items such as this 3D printer. Thank you! The students had a blast putting it together!
Congrats to Rosie Williams, Kassidy Meyer, Hannah Riepenhoff, Jocelyn Morrisey, Victoria Lauck, and Jaylen Roehm for earning Academic All-Ohio in volleyball for having a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher! Nice job ladies!
LCC is on a 2 HR delay, Friday, April 26.
It's Mulch Madness time!!! Help support LCC Athletics through one of their largest fundraisers! Mulch orders can be placed online at https://lccmulchmadness.com/home/ or by calling the Mulch Hotline at 419.222.6238. Delivery and installation services available!
The deadline for scholarships, parish subsidies, and FACTS financial aid is TODAY!! All applications must be submitted to the Business Office by 4pm. Questions?Contact Jane Keirns at (419)223-2411 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever considered hosting a student from another country? LCC has around 20 students each year who come to live and learn in our community. These kids are the best of the best from their countries and they have so much to offer our school and your family. If you would consider hosting for the 2019-2020 school year, please call or email Trudy Thompson at 419.204.7001 or email@example.com. It is an opportunity and experience you will never forget. Mrs. Thompson's family has hosted for 5 years and are now blessed with family all over the world. Contact her today for more information!!
Mu Alpha Theta did their last official math contest last week. It has been a year full of great math problems with so many varieties of problems. They ended the year with the Ohio Math League. Danny Siatkosky got a 5! That's amazing. Way to end your LCC math contest career! We had some great results this year. Keep up the good work underclass Thunderbirds! There is still one more unofficial contest on April 9th. Congrats to all members who have competed this year!!!
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is on a 2 HR delay, Monday, 3/18.
Congratulations to our 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees! The rescheduled induction banquet is Saturday, April 13th, 2019 in the Alumni Gym (Old Gym). Doors open at 5:30pm followed by dinner at 6pm and awards at 6:45. Tickets can be purchased for $20 each in the Business Office or by contacting Kayla Nocera firstname.lastname@example.org 419-222-4276 ext. 2108.
WOW! We have an AIME qualifier! This is a first in at least 10 years. Joe Chen scored a 96 on this year's AMC 12 math contest, which was one of the more difficult ones we have seen in years. This score gets him an invitation to take the next test in the series of this international math contest. Congratulations, Joe! LCC is very proud of you! Close behind was Alvaro Diaz and Chloe Guo. For the younger grades, Nicole Patricio-Agosto came in first place for the AMC 10, while Nathaniel Bruno and Mary Kelly Mulcahy tied for 2nd place. Congratulations to all of our students who went to ONU for this challenging competition and a huge shout-out to these 6 amazing young mathematicians.
Congratulations to two lady t-birds for being such good writers. These two students took 2nd and 3rd places in the Optimist essay competition here in Lima. Nicole Patricio-Agosto took 2nd place and Emma DeLong took 3rd place in the contest. They will receive their awards at a luncheon on march 6th. Way to go, girls!
Congratulations to our Soldiers for Christ! Soldiers for Christ is an organization to protect, promote and practice the Catholic/Christian faith here at Lima Central Catholic. These students are recognized as leaders within Lima Central Catholic and have met specific criteria for induction into the organization. Each of these students strives to be a role model Academically, Spiritually as well as Morally. Way to go tbirds!
Congratulations to Joe Chen who scored a 34 on this week's Rocket City Math League contest, only missing one problem! Way to go Joe. Close behind was Alvaro Diaz with a 28! These are fantastic scores! Keep up the great work, T-Birds!!
[LCC General Alerts] LCC will be closed, Wednesday, February 20, 2019.
LCC is on a 2 HR. delay, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019.
Today marks the start of RAK (Random Acts of Kindness) Week. Today's theme is "Be Kind to Yourself!" Need an idea to jumpstart the day? Create a list of goals for the day, the week, the year. You have an immense amount of potential and can achieve more than you can imagine. First step is reminding yourself of that. #RAKweek #leadserveexcel
By order of the Queen of Hearts you are summoned to a land of wonder, wild and new! Follow the white rabbit to Bid for our Kids St. Charles and LCC Auction: March 30th. Purchase ticket and find out more at http://bit.ly/BidForOurKids2019
WOW! Congratulations Daisy Zhang who scored 20/25 on the 3rd Catholic Math League contest! That is fantastic! Close behind was Albert Yan(17), Anna Kahle(16), Hannah Riepenhoff(16) & Danny Siatkosky(15). These are great scores for a challenging math contest with no calculators. Way to problem solve Thunderbirds!!
Congratulations to our newest high scorers in the math club! Chloe Guo and Daisy Zhang both scored an 18 on the last LOG1 math contest and Anna Kahle scored a 17! Way to go! The next math contest will be Tuesday Feb. 5th and the AMC will be on Thursday, Feb. 8th at ONU. LCC will be sending 40 students to this math contest.
SATURDAY: Celebrating Families Parents, guardians and other family members play a vital role in Catholic education. Not only do they volunteer at our school, they instill values and expectations for academic excellence in their children at home. We acknowledge the role of families in Catholic education and celebrate their contributions to the success of our school on the last day of National Catholic Schools Week, and all year long!
FRIDAY: Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers On this day, we will honor teachers, principals, administrators and staff. We thank the parents, grandparents, alumni, parishioners and school board members who provide volunteer service!
THURSDAY: Celebrating Vocations By focusing on faith, knowledge and service, Catholic schools prepare children to use their God-given talents to the fullest later in life. National Catholic Schools Week offers an opportunity for students to explore the many life paths that enable them to use their talents well in the service of God and others — by answering the call to a religious vocation, by nurturing a family through sacramental marriage, by volunteering in church activities and charities, and/or by pursuing a career that makes the world a better place.
WEDNESDAY: Celebrating the Nation On National Appreciation Day for Catholic Schools, students, families, educators and other Catholic school supporters communicates the value of Catholic education to government leaders. They share information with leaders on the significant contributions Catholic schools make to the nation and their role in preparing students to be good citizens. They pray for the nation and recognize all those who serve it. The schools will come together and we will celebrate Mass together as one Catholic community today at 9:30am in the New Gym. All are invited to join us!
Due to temperatures, wind chill warning & most importantly, the safety of our students, LCC will be closed and there will be no athletic practices on Wednesday, January 30th. Stay safe & warm T-Birds!
TUESDAY: Celebrating Our Students Today we celebrate our students by showing our appreciation and recognizing their accomplishments! We encourage students to reflect on the benefits of Catholic education and how the grounding in faith, knowledge and service it provides will help them throughout their lives.
MONDAY: Celebrating Your Community A central aspect of Catholic education is learning the importance of service to others. When students take part in service activities—both local and beyond—they demonstrate the values and faith they gain through their Catholic education and learn how to make the world a better place. When they observe how others serve the community, they gain an appreciation for how they can continue to serve others their entire lives. Check out a glimpse of what our LCC community has been involved in over the past year!
SUNDAY: CELEBRATE YOUR PARISH Catholic schools benefit all year long from the religious guidance, prayers and support parishes provide. Our area parishes join in the National Catholic Schools Week celebration by devoting a Mass to Catholic education today!
We have had some great scores from Mu Alpha Theta students lately on math contests. Last week, Joe Chen got a 5 o the 4th Ohio Math League while Daisy Zhang and Jack Zerante both scored a 4. These are super challenging contests with 6 problems. Way to go! And, this week, Chloe Guo scored a 47 on a Log 1 contest. This is the highest in LCC's history. Alvaro Diaz followed close behind with a 38 and Kaylee Rigg with a 37! Outstanding job!!!
Congratulations to our 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees! The induction banquet will be Saturday, January 19th, 2019 in the Alumni Gym (Old Gym). Doors open at 5:30pm followed by dinner at 6pm. Tickets can be purchased for $20 each by contacting Kayla Nocera email@example.com 419-222-4276 ext. 2108.
Presale tickets for Boys Basketball this weekend will be on sale in the business office until 3:30 today. All tickets at the door are $7.
WOW! What a fantastic Ohio Math League contest this week! Joe Chen got a perfect score of 6!! Daisy Zhang got a 5/6 and Wendell Guan and Albert Yan got a 3. Great job Thunderbirds!!
Congratulations to Chloe Guo who scored a 24/25 on the 2nd Catholic Math League test. This is fantastic, our highest score to date! Anybody want to challenge her to try to get a perfect score next time? Maritza Aguirre and Danny Siatkosky both scored a 13, which is also dynamite. Congratulations on a job well done Tbirds!
2003 Lima Central Catholic graduate, Petty Officer 1st Class Anthony Jahnz, is serving in the U.S. Navy as an information systems technician aboard one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines, USS Providence. Thank you for your service! http://bit.ly/2QCtUws
2 days left to get your orders in in time for Christmas! Pick up orders at school or have it shipped anywhere in the US for all of our out of town Tbirds! Deadline to order is Dec. 6th! http://bit.ly/tbirdsale
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is cancelled, Friday, 11/30. Enjoy the long weekend T-Birds!
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is on a 3 HR delay Friday, November 30th.
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is on a 2 hour delay, Friday, November 30th.
Get your LCC Spirit gear now! Orders will be done and delivered before Christmas. Shipping available anywhere in the USA for all of our out of town Tbirds! Deadline to order is Dec. 6. https://lccholidaysalesspecial18omg.itemorder.com/sale
Reminder: Auction meeting tonight at 7pm at St. Charles in the library. Join us, all are welcome.
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is cancelled for Thursday, 11/15/18. Stay safe and warm.
[LCC General Alerts] LCC is on a 2 hr. delay, Thursday, 11/15/18 with no early dismissal.
Congratulations to LCC's math club. We have had an exciting start to the year. For the first Catholic Math League contest of the year, we have 5 students with a score of 14 or above out of 25, which is fantastic! Congratulations to Alvaro Diaz with a score of 20! Followed close behind with a an 18 is Chloe Guo. Jim Huang and Daisy Zhang both scored a 15 and Kaylee Rigg rounded out the top 5 with a score of 14. Way to go Thunderbirds! Fly High!!
CLASS CHALLENGE UPDATE The GREAT Class of 1988 continues to lead the pack with 20% participation followed closely by the Class of 2018! CLASS OF 2018 you only need 5 more class members to donate to tie and 6 to take the lead! Donate online until MIDNIGHT https://bit.ly/2qyJ1bW
You did it!!! We have hit 100% Participation from our graduating classes as well as the future classes of 2019, 2020, 2021,& 2022. St. Rose, St. John & St. Gerard alumni of 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954 & 1955 also contributed! THERE IS STILL TIME TO HELP US REACH OUR GOAL! Donations are open online until midnight! www.lcchs.edu
CLASS CHALLENGE UPDATE We only need 3 more classes for 100% participation! It's a tight race for most participation! Keep those donations coming! We are here until 8pm and accepting donations online until midnight! www.lcchs.edu
Milo will be in accepting donations until 8pm! You can reach him via phone or by stopping in. Online donations are open through midnight! www.lcchs.edu
🚨 CLASS CHALLENGE UPDATE! 🚨 The Great class of 1988 is in the lead with 15.79% participation!!! Followed by the Class of 2018 with 5.33%!!! We still need participation from the following classes: 1957, 1958, 1960, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017 STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES! Give online at www.lcchs.edu Or call or stop in to the school until 8pm tonight! 419-222-4276
🚨 CLASS CHALLENGE ALERT! 🚨 We are looking for 100% participation from the graduating classes of LCC! The graduating class with the most participation will be crowned with Fr. Herr’s honored title of THE GREATEST CLASS OF LCC and receive bragging rights until the one day of giving next year. Give online at www.lcchs.edu Or call or stop in to the school until 8pm tonight! 419-222-4276
Good morning Thunderbirds! Today is the BIG day....One Day of Giving!!!! Lima Central Catholic High School is a special place to so many. We are continually working hard to give all students the opportunity to grow in their Roman Catholic faith, purse academic excellence and become Disciples of Christ who respond to God’s call. Please help us in our mission. https://www.lcchs.causesuite.com/product/dayofgiving/
TOMORROW is the One Day of Giving!!! To donate go to https://www.lcchs.causesuite.com/product/dayofgiving/
Girls Regional Soccer Game TONIGHT at 7P.M. at Charles Buckenmeyer Stadium at Napoleon H.S. All Tickets are $7! Good luck ladies!
NOW through Nov 2, AmazonSmile is donating 5% (TEN times the usual amount) to Lima Central Catholic High School when you shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/34-4465253 Get a head start on Christmas shopping or simply stock up on household essentials while helping the school!
Cheer on our girls volleyball team at 6pm at Ottawa Glandorf HS as they take on Leipsic in the District Finals match! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. Good luck Tbirds 🏐!!
Congratulations to our Girls Golf Team Northwest District D2 Girls Golf Honors 1st Team Erin Mulcahy Mary Kelly Mulcahy 2nd Team Meghan Mulcahy Honorable Mention Hannah Garver Emma Mayers Coach of the Year Dan Reinicke, LCC #statechamps2018 #wearelcc #leadserveexcel
Congratulations to our Girls Soccer team with their 5-0 win over Ottoville. Annika Wilker led the Lady T-BIRDS with 2 goals. Avery Rice, Sophia Santaguida and Jenna Rose each had a goal. Next up... District Finals this Saturday at Ottoville 5:00 p.m.
It's official...T-Birds will host a first round playoff game November 2nd. Get your playoff spirit gear now! https://bit.ly/2CBcqtj
Girls Volleyball....T-BIRDS win their District Semi final game against Columbus Grove 3-1. Winning the final match 25-21. We will face Leipsic 6:00 on Thursday 10/25
Get your playoff spirit gear now! It's official...T-Birds will host a first round playoff game November 2nd. https://lccfootballplayoffs2018omg.itemorder.com/sale
Congratulations to Avery Rice and Jessica Wilker being named 1st Team All WOSL, Annika Wilker for 2nd Team and Josie Mohler & Sophia Santaguida for Honorable Mention. They play this Wednesday 10/24 5:00 at Ottoville.
#RiseUP T-BIRDS...we need all of your support tonight at the Supreme Court at Ottawa Glandorf 7:30. Volleyball team will be taking on Columbus Grove. Time to Flock together and get this WIN!
What a weekend... Girls soccer beat Crestview 7-0 during sectional play. They will move on 10/24 5:00 @ Ottoville. Quentin Potempa placed third at Districts with a time of 17:04, qualifying him for Regional meet 10/27 @ Tiffin! Football secured a first round playoff game 11/2.
Girls soccer begin their tourney run with the Sectional Championship at home tomorrow at 12. Let's do this Ladies.
Tune in to our Facebook page at 1pm to see Legend of The TBird LIVE!
Volleyball update.....Lady T-Birds win third set 25-19 vs. Ottoville to win the game. Great job ladies!! They play Thursday at Columbus Grove.
Volleyball update.....Lady T-Birds win first set 25-11 vs. Ottoville. Keep it going!
Volleyball Tonight at 5:30 ...OHSAA Sectional tournament at LCC. $6 Adult / $4 Student Best of luck Lady T-BIRDS!!!!
Congratulations to our Girls Golf team....STATE Champions!
Girls Tennis fought a hard battle today. Morgan Chaney lost her first match to end the year. Madie Brinkman & Anna Janowski and Olivia Kesner, all lost their 2nd matches. So close, only one step away from a state bid. Great season, Ladies! We are proud of you!!
Tickets are now on sale in the business office for the Athletic and Band Booster Reverse Raffle on Friday, October 12th at the Knights of Columbus. Doors open at 6:00pm and raffle begins promptly at 7:00pm. Tickets are $75.00 per couple and includes Hors D'oeuvres and Drinks all night. All proceeds benefit LCC JH and High School Boys and Girls Athletic and Band Boosters. We only sell 200 tickets so reserve your ticket now to ensure your spot!!
Reminder Athletic Fundraiser pick up tomorrow from 9:00-11:00 in the main school parking lot for Laundry soap and Body wash. Have a great weekend T-Birds!
When Lynajah Grisby and Sydnee Jones heard about Kylie Richards, the young girl injured on the ride at the fair, they wanted to find a way to help. Through their efforts a total of $716.51 was collected from St. Rose, St. Gerard and LCC for Kylie. We are so proud to call these 2 ladies Thunderbirds! #Leadserveexcel #soaringthunderbirds
Start With Hello Week: September 24–28, 2018 A Youth Violence Prevention Program by Sandy Hook Promise What is Start With Hello Week? During the week of September 24–28, hundreds of schools and youth organizations from across the United States will participate in Sandy Hook Promise’s third annual Start With Hello Week. Start With Hello Week brings attention to the growing epidemic of social isolation in our schools and communities and empowers young people to create a culture of inclusion and connectedness within their school or youth organization.
Big win for the Thunderbirds today! We improve to 4-0 with the win over D1 Toledo Waite. LCC 67 Waite 20
Happy Friday~ LCC is closed Friday, 9/14/18. Students please check your LCC email later today for homecoming details.
Friday, September 14, 2018, Lima Central Catholic is on a 3 hr. delay.
Friday, September 14, 2018, Lima Central Catholic is on a 2 hr. delay.
On Wednesday, September 19 3 reps will be coming to LCC. The University of Dayton, that will start at 9:00. At 10:00 Rhodes State College will be coming in to talk. The last will be Heidelberg University at 11:00.
Reminder for all Juniors. You will have the PSAT/NMSQT on October 10. This will begin at 8am in the Great Hall. You must pay $20 prior to taking the test.
On September 19, the PreACT for Sophomores will start at 8am in the Great Hall. Remember you must bring the guidance $15 prior to the test.
Congratulations to Maritza Aguirre, Curtis Wilkerson, Nicholas Chambers and Aujalia Bruce on being named the math students of the month for August 2018. Maritza is in 2 college level math classes and never gives up. She is a diligent worker and maintains very high grades. Curtis is trying very hard in his class. He volunteers and he's really mastering the material. Nicholas has a good work ethic and he is prepared for class everyday. Aujalia contributes in class and she is doing a great job. Keep up the good work Thunderbirds!!!
Join us TONIGHT for our Chat w/ Admin. from 7p-8p in the Quatman room. Info about the new website & other school happenings will be discussed. Hope to see you there!
Congratulations to our volleyball team!!! Way to go lady T-Birds. Keep up the hard work. https://www.limaohio.com/sports/317911/roundup-lcc-collects-three-volleyball-match-victories
CHAT WITH THE ADMINISTRATION Join us Sept. 10th from 7-8pm in the Quatman room. We will be discussing the new website and app as well as other topics brought up by the administration and those in attendance. Questions? Kudos? Concerns? Clarifications? Understanding? Information? We hope you'll join us!
LCC will be closed tomorrow, Monday September 3rd, in observance of Labor Day.
Thunderbirds bring home their second win of the season over Delphos St. John (20-10)!!
Today is the first day back to school for our elementary students at St. Charles, St. Rose and St. Gerard. Please keep them in your prayers throughout the school year 🙏 #futurethunderbirds
“Use the power of your word in the direction of TRUTH and LOVE ❤️” is the theme for the 2018-19 school year. By focusing on God‘s Word, we hope to instill upon our students how powerful their own words can be and the importance of personal integrity. By excepting God’s offer of assistance, we can gain confidence in our own ability to make good decisions, use the right words and do what we say we are going to do. This week our faculty and staff each chose a word with personal meaning to them. We hammered our words onto MyIntent bracelets so that every time we look down at it we will be inspired and encouraged to embody our message. What word would you choose for your intent bracelet?
We are so excited to welcome our Florida Alumni to our event in Sarasota!