- February 21, 2017
- Posted by: LCIS
- Category: Newsletter
Newsletter No. 140 17th February 2017
Six weeks of school thus far… We are indeed grateful to God for bringing us to this point. We appreciate all parents who attended the Open Day session and the PTA meeting. We encourage all parents and guardians to continue to take keen interest in the academic and all-round welfare of their children/wards.
Presently, our focus is on our Grade 12 students as exams draw nearer with SSCE in a couple of months. Grade 9 students are also on a tight schedule with no spare time as they prepare for the coming NECO JSS examination. Mock exams have been coordinated for both Grade 9 & 12 students and more are scheduled to follow.
Grades 9 & 12 students are encouraged to move into the hostel where they can be closely guided in their exam preparations. Hostel fee is N20,000.00 per week.
Please note that students with outstanding fees will not be permitted back into school after mid-term, Monday 27th February, 2017. Kindly contact the School Accountant, Mrs. Dairo 08030420330, for any queries or email email@example.com. For payments made via online banking, please forward the e-transact/e-receipt as proof of payment and collect your receipt from the School.You can pay to either our Zenith Bank Account: 1011929676 or WEMA Bank Account: 0122640795 with same Account name: Lead City High School.
Public Speaking Competition
Our annual Public Speaking Competition held on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 with the theme “The role of integrity in national development”. In the keenly contested competition, St. Catherine’s Nursery and Primary School came first, while St. Isabel Private School clinched 2nd and 3rd positions. In attendance at the contest also were American Christian Academy, the Olives International School, All Saints’ Church School and Little Professors School. The program which was coordinated by Mr. Olayinka, Miss Amuta and Mrs Onayemi aims to promote good spoken English among early learners.
Our Junior School pupils also participated in this year’s edition. Doing justice to the topic was an exciting experience for our pupils as they competed with the other schools. We however did not give ourselves a position in order play fair since we are the host.
Senior School students did us proud at a debate competition at Kambridge Comprehensive College also on Wednesday, 15th February 2017 where they supported the motion that “Television is not a bad influence on today’s teens”.
Junior School Clubs
Clubs activities have started in earnest. Kindly fill and return your ward’s club forms to ensure that they are appropriately fixed into the various clubs.
Please note that swapping clubs is not allowed: Any club(s) registered for, stand(s) till the end of the term to ensure maximum achievement of results. The clubs available are: Homemakers, Press, Music, Dance/Drama and JETS (compulsory and free).
Intensive Coaching for Grade 12
Saturday JAMB classes will be suspended immediately after midterm to make way for revision classes for WAEC/SSCE. The schedule will be given to Grade 12 students during the mid-term. Kindly note that Grade 12 pupils will be having classes during midterm. (8.30a.m. – 1.30p.m.) Monday, 20th to Friday 24th February 2017. Please ensure that your children are in School on time and properly dressed in the complete school uniform.
The Junior School pupils will be embarking on class trips before the term runs out and will also be competing for this year’s Spelling Bee organized by the Ibadan International School. We wish them all the best.
As part of the practical aspects of their curriculum this term, Grade 9 and all science students in the senior section visited the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) where they learned about the different aspects of genetic resources and cassava breeding. Grade 7 and 8 students visited the Broadcasting Station of Oyo State (BCOS).
Lead Radio 106.3
In addition to the campus radio station on FM 89.1, Lead City University now has a commercial radio station on FM 106.3 – Lead Radio. Kindly tune in and give your businesses a voice too. Enquiries can be directed to 07030052858.
As is our usual practice, we will invite a few of our parents to address our Grade 9 students on their career choices. This we believe will guide them in making right career choices and expose them to various career opportunities.
NISSMUN Conference 2016 Abuja
It is time once again to sign up for the NISSMUN (Nigerian International Secondary Schools Model United Nations) Conference. Our students have participated in the past years and featured prominently in the activities. The event will take place in October 2016 in Abuja. Registration is open to Grades 10 and 11 students only.
Interested students should pick up the letter with detailed information from the school office.
As part of our continuing measures to ensure the safety, security and well being of our students, two security passes have been issued out to families in the Pre and Junior School this term.
You must ensure that whoever you entrust with the task of picking up your child/ren at the end of the School day shows the Security Pass at the School Gate or your child/ren will not be allowed to leave the School premises. If you lose or misplace any of these passes, please ensure you inform the School Office immediately so it/they can be cancelled, and new one(s) issued. Kindly ensure these security passes are kept in a safe place with trusted personnel at all times!
Parents whose children are in the pre-school are expected to pack a change of clothes for their wards in case they soil their uniforms. All Junior School pupils are to come to school with clean napkins to be used during meals. Kindly also provide your children with clean and non-dripping water jars/bottles. We advise that meals and water be separated from books.
Holiday Homework/ Holiday Chores: Pupils have been given holiday homework; in the Senior school second term examination time table has been given to the pupils, along with Home work that will aid them in studying for their exams. Parents should please endeavour to assist them.
The Junior school pupils have been assigned specific age-appropriate chores to be carried out during the midterm break. Kindly supervise them.
Registration for Football Academy under the leadership of Coach Chief Adeboye Onigbinde is still open. Intensive training has started which will run for a duration of three months. Registration fee is N10,000 only while the coaching fee is N30,000 (under 14 years). It’s been action packed so far. Interested students are to be at the Schools sports complex on Fridays (3.00 to 5.00p.m.) and Saturdays (8.00-11.00a.m.) in complete training outfit with proof of payment.
“Lead City’s got Talent”
Our Talent Hunt event tagged “Lead City’s got Talent” which cut across the three schools was held in the school’s Functions Hall on Tuesday, 14th of February. In the Junior category Victor Momoh on the gangan drum came first, Ifeoluwa Osatimehin came second with a dance performance while the Incredible Group (Marie Comoe, Benjamin Omorige, Ibrahim Garba, Bathelomew Ukonu, Onofe Dirisu) came third with a dance performance too.
In the Senior Category the duo of Bolajoko Owosho and Fikayo Bamigbopa came first with a comedy performance, Ayomide Bamigbopa rap/hi-hop music performance came second, while Clinton Olagoke came third in drumming.
Entrance Examination Dates
Our entrance examinations into Junior, Middle & Senior Schools are slated for Saturday, 18 March, Saturday, 20 May, Saturday, 15 July and Friday, 18 August 2017. Kindly spread the word.
Monday 20th – Friday 24th February 2017 Mid-term break
Wednesday 15th – Tuesday 21st March 2017 Junior School Examination
Tuesday 13th – Thursday 23rd March 2017 Middle School Examination
Thursday 16th – Thursday 23rd March 2017 Senior School Examination
Tuesday 28th March 2017 JETS Club Day (to be confirmed)
Wednesday 29th March 2017 Red Cross School Unit Inauguration
Wednesday 29th – Thursday 30th March 2017 King of Turfs
Friday 31 March 2017 End of Term
Monday 24th April 2017 Third Term begins