As Omicron surges and we recalibrate plans for the first half of 2022, one benefit of this pause is to be able to reflect on how fortunate we are to have such a fantastic community.
This fall, LTAA members from across the country worked in concert to fill the student food pantry and the free winter essentials boutique for students in need at Lane. With 44% of the student body identified as low to moderately low income, these projects go a long way to prepare students for learning before they ever set foot in the classroom.
Then during December, our community rallied again to keep the LTAA delivering on its mission by contributing to our year-end appeal. These funds enable the Association to plan and execute all of our programs that support learning, connect our community and celebrate our history. We are especially excited about the progress made on our archival project and can’t wait to share these artifacts with everyone!
I am continually humbled by the generosity of our members, the dedication of our Board and staff, and the enthusiasm of our volunteers. Together we are making a real difference in the lives of so many associated with Lane Tech and in the process, “Remembering the Honor of Lane”.