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Lake Worth Christian School

In 1959, the founders of Lake Worth Christian believed it was important to teach children that every area of life belongs to the Lord. We are thankful for a rich history of people who take ownership in Lake Worth Christian School.

The strong academic programs at Lake Worth Christian School—in conjunction with state championship athletic programs and award-winning fine arts—seek to fulfill the mission of equipping students with knowledge and wisdom for a life of service in God’s kingdom.

Lake Worth Christian School strives to “Grow Christian Leaders” by integrating faith into all aspects of the educational experience from Pre-K to grade 12. Upon graduation each year, our secondary school students have had the opportunity to continue their studies at a university or college of their choice. Graduates have pursued various distinguished professional careers and many continue to serve as volunteers in their communities.

Lake Worth Christian School is accredited by Christian Schools of Florida, the National Council for Private School Accreditation, and the Middle States Commission for Elementary and Secondary Schools.

Staff & Students

School Head
Jim Harwood

Full-time Faculty & Administration
46

Part-time Faculty & Administration
2

Support Staff
14

Enrollment

Part-Day Early Childhood 4

Full-Day Early Childhood 0

K3-K4 12

K5 24

Grades 1-5 166

Grades 6-8 123

Grades 9-12 157

Enrollment totals include
these special programs:

VPK Students 16

McKay Students 63

Fla Corporate Tax Students 115

School’s Job Opportunities

Media and Educational Technology Integration Coordinator

LAKE WORTH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
Growing Christian Leaders
MEDIA AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION COORDINATOR
The Media and Educational Technology Integration Coordinator’s responsibility toward theeducational program of Lake Worth Christian School is to provide to students and faculty those services and resources which support the curriculum and total instructional program. Responsibility is for oversight of the library, media services, and educational technologyintegration for the secondary and to serve as the PreK-12 Team Leader. The Media and Educational Technology Integration Coordinator is accountable directly to the Secondary Principal.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY PRE-KINDERGARTEN THROUGH FIVE
1. Develop the goals and functions of the library, media resources, and educational
technology integration services in collaboration with the Elementary Librarian,
Elementary Principal, Technology Director, and elementary faculty.
2. Serve as the PreK-12 Team Leader by facilitating periodic collaboration meetings with elementary and secondary personnel.

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY SIX THROUGH TWELVE
1. Develop the goals and functions of the library, media resources, and educational
technology integration services in collaboration with the Secondary Principal,
Technology Director, and secondary faculty.
2. Facilitate and promote student and faculty use of library and media resources by
providing annual in-service and consultation opportunities that include an overview of library policies and procedures, reference services, online research databases, etc.
3. Facilitate and promote educational technology integration by providing annual
in-service and consultation opportunities for faculty on best practices usage of Google for Education applications and other relevant integration platforms.
4. Supervise secondary students in the Library and Media Center.
5. Select, evaluate, order, organize and process appropriate library and media materials and equipment.
6. Keep inventory records, location, and use of library and media materials and equipment through our computer-based information management system.
7. Oversee the maintenance and repair of the library and media materials and equipment.
8. Prepare summary reports of library materials and media use.
9. Prepare budgets, orders, schedules and organize materials following accepted schooland professional policies and procedures.
10. Adheres to applicable federal and state laws, accreditation standards, and American Library Association standards that affect library and media programs.
11. Supervise secondary students in the Library and Media Center for afterschool study hall from 2:50pm – 3:50pm.
12. Performs other duties as assigned.

Lorin Shropshire
Secondary Principal
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http://www.lwcs.org
7592 High Ridge Road
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
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Phone: (561) 586-8216
Fax: (561) 586-4382

December 2006
Last updated January 24th, 2017

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