Lancaster Gales - Kroger Community Rewards Card Fundraiser
Raise money to Save Our Sports every time you shop at Kroger's!
It is time to enroll (First Time Users) or re-enroll (Completed each year) in the Kroger Rewards program to help the Lancaster Athletic Booster Group.
• Kroger Community Rewards Program Enrollment Form
• Kroger Community Rewards Program FAQ
Lancaster Golden Gales!
The official website of Golden Gales. Located in Lancaster, Ohio.
Our goal is to prepare students of all ages to meet academic, social, civic, cultural, and employment needs of the 21st Century.
Athletic Capital Improvement Fund
The Athletic Capital Improvement Fund that was started in 1991 is still available for contributions. Because of this fund, we have been able to enhance the quality of each athletic program. Should you wish to make a donation, please stop by the Athletic Department office. Our sincere thanks go to the following who generously contributed to the fund during the previous campaign year: Larry & Maureen Eads (All programs), Greg Smith (Boys Basketball), Tom & Jean Hammer (All programs), Mark E. Neff, DDS (Football & Wrestling), Tony & Denise Kordack (All programs), Art & Betty Wallace (All programs), Russ & Sarah Cline (All programs), General Machine, Mould Co., Inc. (All programs), Jerry & Becky Stebelton (All programs), Dick Ellwood (Football & Basketball), Tom & Judy Gasser (Girls BK & Boys Track), Jim & Lee Jewett (All programs) and Jean Bradford (All programs).
Lancaster City Schools Mission Statement
The mission of Lancaster City School is to prepare students of all ages to meet academic, social, civic, cultural, and employment needs of the 21st century.
Athletic Department Philosophy
Lancaster City School has a vision of a community focused on student achievement. The participation in athletics by our students promotes that vision. Our athletic programs will develop their athletic skills, encourage a student to be a good citizen, challenge their intellectual skills, and teach the value of teamwork. Athletics are not separate from the educational process, but rather an integral part of it. The lessons learned on the fields and courts are lessons in competition, sacrifice, teamwork, and goal setting. These lessons remain with a student for a lifetime.
The Athletic Department is committed to developing successful athletic programs. The programs are committed to providing a challenging, competitive environment in which the ideals of sportsmanship, personal integrity, moral character, and teamwork are stressed while the opportunity for a student-athlete to develop their athletic skills to their fullest potential exists. Participation in athletics will always be more than a team's won-loss record.