LCC Performing Arts will offer a free, family-friendly performance of “Treasure Island” at the Downtown Campus outdoor amphitheater next week. The performance is the first of the Summer Stage series.
The play sticks to the heart of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, capturing on stage all the drama and excitement of this beloved classic. When an old, drunken pirate takes up residence at a rowdy seaside tavern frequented by pirates, sea hags and thieves, the inn keeper’s young son gains the key to a chest that holds the map to buried treasure. He sets sail to recover the treasure and comes up against the band of pirates led by Long John Silver.
The show was adapted from the novel by Don Swartz, and will be directed by Dr. John Lennox.
Performances are Wednesday, June 20, through Sunday, June 24. All shows begin at 7 p.m.
LCC is hosting Terry Howard on campus tomorrow, June 15. She will present tips to help support staff handle interpersonal conflicts at work, especially conflicts that arise from cultural differences.
We are excited to offer the presentation twice tomorrow. It will begin at 10:30 a.m. and again at 1:30 p.m. Work with your supervisor to choose the one which best fits your schedule, or watch the livestream at https://lcc.edu/od/.
Terry Howard is the senior director of FEI, LCC’s employee assistance program. She has experience offering executive leadership in business continuity and crisis management with Fortune 500 companies.
Log into the Talent Management System to sign up for your selected session. To log on to the Talent Management System, log on first to myLCC and select the “Work” tab. In the column on the right side of the screen, select “Talent Management System.”
Grants system coordinator Vivian Keeney will retire this month after nearly 38 years of service at LCC. Please join us to wish her well at an open house 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thursday, June 28, at Washington Court Place, Room 133. Light refreshments will be served.
The new requirement for students to access online orientation is a reading level 3, a change from the former reading level 5.
This expansion offers the opportunity for alternative learning for more students and distance learners. New students with a reading level 3 should automatically gain access to the online orientation in their D2L account (please allow two business days after placement levels are established.) If a student needs access or has any questions or concerns, they can contact the orientation team at lcc.edu/orientation/contact_us.
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LCC’s Youth Program offers fun, educational classes to students in second-12th grade. It’s a great way for your kids to do something they enjoy outside the house.
Better yet: Employees can use their tuition benefits for youth classes! Contact the program at x1415 for more information about using tuition benefit waivers.
Weekly classes begin each Monday June 18-Aug. 10. Morning and afternoon classes are available.
Choose from classes like:
- Police Academy
- Fire Academy
- Outdoor Survival
- And more!
All classes are taught by college instructors. A+ classes are available to all students, and GATE classes require a recommendation from your child’s school.
Visit lcc.edu/seriousfun or call x1415 for more information.
This week, we’re applauding LCC’s webmaster, Nick Myers.
“On behalf of the entire Registrar’s office, we want to recognize Nick Myers for all of his hard work,” Director of Admissions and Registrar Stephanie Perry wrote in the award. “He is ALWAYS helpful, reliable and is a huge support for our office. Because of his hard work, we are able to ensure our office is communicating the most up-to-date information to effectively serve our students and colleagues.”
This regular “Applause!” column features the good work you and your colleagues do around the college. It’s powered by Applause! Awards, an LCC-wide program designed to recognize you for providing excellent customer service. Know someone who deserves to be featured here? All awards are given by employees, to employees, and everyone is eligible.
CMS Accessibility Checklist and Revision Plan Training
Tuesday, June 12
9-10:30 a.m., TLC 321
Wednesday, June 13
2:30-4 p.m., West Campus U224
All faculty are welcome to stop by the Center for Teaching Excellence to receive instructional technology support, exchange ideas with colleagues, or simply enjoy a complimentary hot beverage.
Today’s Summer-2018 enrollment report is now available.
If you have any questions, please contact the Center for Data Science at email@example.com or Grace Howe at x1123.
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LCC’s Lincoln Financial Advisors retirement consultant will be on campus Monday to talk about your retirement options through a 403(b) TDA plan or 457 retirement plan. She is available 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Administration Building 102.