One of the best things about LSCS is the atmosphere that promotes family and fun. Throughout the year we get together to celebrate events and special occasions.
Camp Days at Victory Camp offer an opportunity for the younger students to enjoy the companionship of the older students while participating in the different activities at Victory Camp.
Victory Camp offers a full array of activities including an Olympic-size pool, spiral water slide, ropes course, bumper boats, paddle boats, train, go-karts and other recreational activities.
Field trips provide an educational experience both socially and academically. Our students take a wide range of field trips to keep the lessons learned in the classroom connected with the world outside of school.
Each year we honor our grandparents. Grandparents are invited to visit their grandchild and enjoy fun and refreshments.
50’s & 100’s Day
On the 50th and 100th days of school, our elementary school celebrates. Our parents help by providing entertainment, decorations and special food treats. On these days the children are encouraged to dress in costumes that go with the theme. Math games and concepts are centered around 50’s and 100’s and are the main subject of the day.
Spirit Week is the best time to participate in fun, dress-up days and show school spirit. Everyone has a great time showing off their creative outfits and winning spirit links with their class. Spirit week happens each fall on Homecoming week.
The annual book fair is set up and managed by parent volunteers. This is an opportunity for parents to view new books for their home libraries. They can order books for their home as well as for their child’s classroom. All books are delivered within a few weeks.
Community Outreach is another area of mission work that touches our community. For the past several years, many of our jr.high and high school students have been placed throughout the community to serve at the Senior Citizen Centers, local nursing homes, Houston Food Bank program and in other organizations that help people in need.
Homecoming is a time when the whole school comes together to celebrate school spirit and unity. Homecoming day is full of spirit wear, pep-rallies, football and homecoming court. Each year elementary students also get to participate in cheering during halftime.
National Day of Prayer
Once a year our campus comes together for the National Day of Prayer. Students and Faculty take turns praying for our Government and State officials, our Local communities and our current President.