Introducing the 1983 Society
The Lawrence Township School Foundation was established in 1983 to provide Lawrence Township students and teachers with funding for programs that weren’t supported by tax dollars. Thirty-eight years and several million dollars later because of YOU, our donors, LTSF continues to support programs that benefit all Lawrence Township students.
LTSF founding board member, Bob Gandy, and wife Jonell Gandy, pictured with current board members.
In celebration of LTSF’s longevity and impact, we proudly pay tribute to the year it all began by renaming the President’s Leadership Council to the 1983 Society. The 1983 Society recognizes those individual donors who give an annual unrestricted gift of $1,000 or more. These gifts enable LTSF to allocate significant funding to programs that are focused on student achievement and student support services. We are very grateful for this yearly commitment. If you would like to explore becoming a 1983 Society member, including payment options, please call the Foundation office at 317-423-8300.
At this time of the year, we are especially thankful that you are part of the Lawrence Township Alumni family! Thank YOU for supporting the mission of the LTSF. Your gifts of serving, supporting, and giving benefit over 16,000 students and 2,500 employees, enabling them to have the resources they need to excel. We invite you to take a look at the impact YOU created.
Lawrence North takes home Sectional Championship against Lawrence Central
Who doesn't love a good district rivalry matchup? Lawrence Central and Lawrence North competed in the IHSAA Sectional Championship for the first time since 1988. The Bears beat Warren Central 13-8, and the Wildcats won against North Central 41-21 to meet in the exciting sectional matchup. The Wildcats took home the win with a final score of 28-20 against the Bears on Friday, November 5th. For the first time in 31 years, the Lawrence North Wildcats are the IHSAA Sectional Champions! Congratulations, Wildcats!
Keeping Up with LT Alumni
Lauren Brinkers, Lawrence Central Class of 2001, is a New York City-based shoemaker. On the November 18th episode of Project Runway, Lauren was a part of the winning team that was faced with the challenge of collaborating with a local accessory designer to create a brand new look. Learn more about the project and Lauren's business.
Braxton Hiser, Lawrence Central Class of 2015, is heading to compete in the 100th Year Anniversary Competition of Miss America on December 12th through 16th! Braxton was crowned Miss Indiana in June 2021. When Braxton is not competing in pageants, she serves as a 3rd grade teacher who is skillful in directing classroom environments and enhancing student behavior through positive and forward-thinking approaches.
Lorea Turner, Lawrence North Class of 2015, joined H.E.R. at the two-day Lights on Fest 2021 in the Bay Area. Lorea sang two covers— Lauryn Hill’s “Killing Me Softly” and Frank Ocean’s “Thinking Of You”— along with two original songs, “More Of You” and “Secrets.” Lorea will be performing Christmas Music at the Circle of Lights in Indianapolis, IN, on November 26, 2021.
High school sweethearts Aniyah (Scott) Frazier and Tyrone Frazier III, Lawrence North Class of 2018, tied the knot on July 27, 2021. Aniyah and Tyrone both served as class officers, Aniyah as President and Tyrone as VP. Aniyah recently joined the team at Borshoff, an advertising and PR firm in Downtown Indianapolis, as a media manager. Tyrone recently accepted a position with FOX59 as their morning producer.
Congratulations to Robert Marshall, CYC-P, Lawrence North Class of 2000, on receiving the Dr. George Rawls Emerging Leader Award from 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.
Congratulations to Matthew Hartmann, Lawrence North Class of 2003, who recently moved to Cincinnati and bought a house with his fiancé, Alisha Stauss! Matthew works for Indiana University in Health Technology Services, providing infrastructure support exclusively for the IU School of Medicine. Matthew and Alisha are set to get married on May 21, 2022 at St. Savior Catholic Church in Cincinnati.
Lawrence Central Class of 1971
April 9, 2022
If you would like to add your reunion to the Alumni eNewsletter or the Alumni page of the Foundation's website, please email Taylor Williams. The reunions listed are ones that have either been shared or ones found online. If you are aware of an upcoming reunion, please share so it can be added to the newsletter and website! To view further reunion information, visit the link below.
Volleyball - Lawrence North
Football - Lawrence North
Boys Tennis - Lawrence North
Girls Soccer - Lawrence Central
Boys Soccer - Lawrence Central
Girls Golf - Lawrence Central
Boys Basketball - December 12 @ LC
Girls Basketball - January 13 @ LC
Girls Swimming & Diving - January 13 @ LC
Boys Swimming & Diving - January 13 @ LC
Wrestling - January 19 @ LC
Girls Tennis - April 15 @ LC
Softball - May 3 @ LN
Baseball - May 3 @ LC
Mark your Calendars for this Family Friendly Event
Join the City of Lawrence on Saturday, November 27 from 2-8pm for A Lawrence Christmas! The skating rink is back by popular demand and there will be a variety of food trucks. There will also be a parade, choir performances, and a tree lighting hosted by Brian Wilkes.
Together WE give on #GivingTuesday!
Join your community for the biggest day of giving! Mark your calendars for #GivingTuesday! The future of LTSF depends on alumni support. Make a gift today so generations can follow in your footsteps as Lawrence Township Alumni.
Did you know that you can support your favorite organization by shopping with AmazonSmile? Simply select M S D of Lawrence Township Foundation Inc. It's the same Amazon you know and love; It just smiles back at us when you shop!
Shop at Kroger? Register your Plus Card online and enter the NPO number WE867. When you shop, swipe your card, or enter the phone number associated with your card. A percentage of your purchases will be donated to LTSF.
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The future of the Lawrence Township School Foundation depends on alumni support. Make a gift today so generations can follow in your footsteps as Lawrence Township Alumni.
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