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For Parents

Families play a vital role in their middle school age child's education. They can help their children succeed by providing support, encouragement, and guidance. Families can also help their children develop good study habits and time management skills. Additionally, families can help their children stay motivated and engaged in their schoolwork. The staff at Lewis Central Middle School values communication between home and school to help Inspire Excellence in every student!

The resources below are provided to help you support your student as they navigate middle school.

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School-Related Organizations

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Additional Resources

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LIT Student Accounts - CBPL

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In cooperation with the Council Bluffs Public Library (CBPL), Lewis Central students may register for free Library Information Technology (LIT) student accounts. Those accounts allow students to:

  • Instantly access digital books, audiobooks, magazines, movies, and newspapers
  • Find an online tutor
  • Access databases for homework and research¬†
  • Borrow up to 4 physical items from the Library (books, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs)

To learn more, visit the LIT Account webpage or contact the CBPL or the school library.