Special points of interest:
No School– Oct. 14
Early Release Day– Oct. 28
Dismissal begins at 1:00
Halloween Parade and Party—Oct. 31
Parade @ 2:05
Classroom parties @ 2:20
Only room parents allowed in the school for the parties.
SUMMER READING SLIDE CELEBRATION!
On October 7, Lakeshore Primary School had an important celebration for students who read over the summer. Students were asked to read four days a week for 10 weeks. Parents reading to their child also counted for reading.
The readers received a book of their choice and a Certificate of Achievement. Lakeshore Primary’s PTC sponsored pizza and drinks for the celebration. Students also participated in an interactive read aloud with Mrs. Staci Zappitelli “There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves” by Lucille Colandro.
Future Events: Holiday Program
Preschool: Friday, December 16th @ 10 and 2
Kindergarten: Wednesday, December, 14th at 8:30 a.m
1st Grade: Wednesday, December, 14th at 1:45
2nd Grade: Thursday, December, 15th at 1:45
Details will Follow
Winter time is coming soon!
When preparing your children for the up coming cold weather remember we have hats and gloves in the clinic. Our community donated these items to anyone here at Lakeshore who needs them. Please send a note to your child’s teacher if you are in need of hats and gloves for your child. Thank you, LPS Clinic.
Please dress your child appropriately for the weather. Students go out-side for recess daily.
The cowboys and cowgirls in Mrs. Kallio's class were busy rounding up activities on the ranch. They practiced their addition facts by playing a game called "Race to the Rodeo". While they were at the rodeo the cowboys and cowgirls matched rhyming word cards and then thought up more words to rhyme. They alsoword cardscreate cowboy compound words like campfire and tumbleweed.these wordsthoughtdefinitions that used both wordsthe compound word (tumbleweed= a weed that tumblesthe ground). On the last day of Cowboy/Cowgirl Week they had worked so hard at the ranch and the rodeoiftime to eat. After reading and following directions all cowhands made cowboy haystacks. Yummy! It was quite a busy week on the ranch learning and reviewing our indicators!
The Halloween parade and room parties at Lakeshore Primary School will be held on Monday, October 31. The parade will begin at 2:05 p.m. Students will parade through the school and outside around the playground area if weather permits. The classroom parties will begin at 2:20 p.m.
Students will bring their Halloween costumes in a bag on October 31. Costumes should be able to be put on by the child in less than 5 minutes. To avoid congestion and overcrowding in the classrooms, only room parents SCHEDULED for the holiday parties will be allowed to go to the classrooms at 2:00 p.m. to assist teachers with the children. Room parents who order pizza are asked to prepay their order at the
restaurant. Also, please make sure that you have the restaurant write the teacher’s name on the order. Please do not place an order and have it delivered to school without prepayment. All parents must sign in the office. Thank you for your cooperation!
Students are not permitted to wear their costume to school
Costumes must be able to be put on in less than 5 minutes by the child
Costumes should not be bloody or excessively scary. Cartoon characters and storybook characters are suggested
Costumes must be age appropriate (this is a primary school with students aged 4-8)
Masks on costumes are not permitted. Safety is our primary concern
Your child must be able to see while wearing his/her costume