News & Announcements
Lima Senior High School’s DECA program inducted new members and installed this year’s officers at its annual breakfast this week.
The breakfast included Lima Senior Marketing and Audio Engineering DECA students.
Lima Senior’s culinary students prepared the breakfast. Graphic Communications student designed and printed the program.
The school has a strong DECA tradition, with students doing a number of projects and competing at the national/international level each year.
The new officers are below.
President: Keegan Halliday
Vice President: Noah Engberg
Secretary: Ti’ana Spivey
Treasurer: Matilda Nelson
CEO Spartan Spirit Shack: Addison Delph
CEO Spartan Higher Grounds: Madeline Emerick
Policy Advocate Officer: James Evans
Public Relations Officer: Qua’Jane Tobias
Vice President of Stakeholder Relations: Charlese Ferris
Vice President of Marketing: Emma Schick
Vice President of Community Outreach: Taurean Frazier
Junior Officers (there are two chapters)
President: Ariana Custer and Chase Hipsher
Vice President: Dalton Chiles and Sumarion Doughty
Secretary: Gabby Avalos and Nick Fosnaugh
Treasurer: Zaveon Garner and Aniyah Hollon
Project Manager: Jairo Canchola and Aliyana Coppler
The Lima City Schools and Downtown Lima, Inc. unveiled a new partnership today designed to boost pride and bring more people to school events and to downtown Lima.
Superintendent Jill Ackerman and Downtown Lima, Inc. Executive Director Betsy Billingsley introduced the Spartan Like a B.O.S.S. (Bring On the Spartan Spirit) contest at a press conference at South Science and Technology Magnet School.
The initial phase of the program is to distribute “We Love Our Spartans” yard signs around the community. When supporters get their yard signs, they will also receive a Spartan Like a B.O.S.S. card.
People who complete the tasks on the card this school year will be entered into a drawing for prizes, including a Downtown Lima Experience (dinner, show at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center and a night at the Wingate).
The B.O.S.S. card will include attending student sporting events, concerts and art shows, visiting a downtown business, submitting a picture with the yard sign, and supporting the Lima City Schools and downtown Lima in various other ways. The card contains 18 tasks; Any 12 need to be completed for the chance to win prizes.
There will be someone to stamp the cards at the various events and locations. Cards must be turned back in by May 19, 2023.
Yard signs and B.O.S.S. cards are available in the main office of any of the district’s school buildings. Or call 419-996-3411 or email email@example.com.
Individuals are welcome to take a yard sign even if they do not plan to participate in the B.O.S.S. contest.
Lima City Schools’ staff and Lima Senior students will participate in versions of the B.O.S.S. contest.
The Spartan Ride is ready to hit the road with multiple stops scheduled at all Lima City Schools’ buildings throughout the school year.
With the tagline “Engaging Our Community at Every Stop,” the school bus transformed into a mini-learning center and community resource brings learning, resources and much more to families.
The bus is filled with learning materials, books, information about school and community resources and much more. It is a Wi-Fi Hotspot with computers as well.
The Spartan Ride will be at the schools during dismissal. September and October stops will emphasis teaching parents more about DOJO, while November and December will focus and ProgressBook.
Below is the schedule
Sept. 13: Independence
Sept. 22: Heritage
Sept. 27: Freedom
Oct. 4: Liberty
Oct 11: South
Oct. 18: North
Nov. 1: Unity
Nov. 8: Independence
Nov. 15: Heritage
Nov. 29: Lima Senior
Dec. 6: Liberty
Dec. 13: South/Alternative
Dec. 20: North
Jan. 3: Unity
Jan. 10: Independence
Jan. 17: Heritage
Jan. 24: Freedom
Jan. 31: Lima Senior
Feb. 7: Liberty
Feb. 14: South
Feb. 21: North
Feb. 28: West
March 7: Unity
March 14: Independence
March: 21: Heritage
March 28: Freedom
April 11: South
April 18: North
April 25: West
May 2: Unity
May 9: Independence
May 16: Heritage
May 23: Freedom
The Lima City Schools is in the early stages of planning a Veterans Memorial to be located at Lima Senior High School, and is currently looking for graduates to be included.
The memorial is meant to honor graduates of the Lima City Schools who have served active duty in the military, as well as to serve as a reminder to current students the sacrifices many before them made for their country.
The district is looking for veterans who want their names included with the memorial. Family members of deceased veterans are welcome to submit names of their loved ones.
Veterans and/or family members must complete a form to be included in the project. The form can be accessed at www.limacityschools.org. Go to the “Community” tab and find “Veterans Memorial.” Or just click here.
Someone will contact whoever submits the form if the district has questions. Please note, we are in the early stages of this project, so it could be some time before anyone is contacted about specifics or a dedication. The memorial will be created in a way to allow future veterans to be included moving forward.
Anyone with questions should call 419-996-3486 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"In the Lima City Schools, we found caring, compassionate teachers, educational and extra-curricular opportunities that are outstanding, and a community of diverse people who are connected by their love of all things Spartan."
LCS Teacher & Parent Amy Phillips