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April Calendar of Events

April Calendar of Events:

3rd: Spirit Week Begins- Vacation/Tourist Day

4th: Dress Your Best! School Picture Day

Pyramid Concert at 6:30pm

5th: Color War-Grizzly Games

Pre-K- Neon Orange

Kindergarten- Purple

First- Gold

Second- Light Blue

Third- Turquoise

Fourth- Neon Green

Fifth- Red

6th: Teacher/Student Switch Day

7th: Athletes vs. Mathletes (Favorite Number Day)

10th-17th: Spring Break

18th: School Reopens

20th: Interims

Volunteer Breakfast at 9:30am

21st: Super Hero Day

25th: Spring Flight at 6:30pm

26th: Administrative Professionals Day

27th: Booster-Thon Run

28th: School Spirit Day

Moon Bounce Party

Attention LCES Families!!!!

PTA will sponsor a Moon Bounce Party with DJ Jeremy on Friday, April 21st from 5:30pm-8:00pm.  All Lewis and Clark families are welcome! Don’t miss out on the fun!

Family Book Fair and Curriculum Night

On March 8th, Lewis and Clark families came out to support Family Curriculum and Book Fair Night.  Curriculum Night is an opportunity for families to learn about the Standards of Learning (SOLs) and participate in a variety of activities that students will engage in while learning and/or reviewing reading and math SOLs.  Families also had the opportunity to support the LCES Library by shopping at the Scholastic Book Fair.  Many thanks to the PTA and parents who volunteered to help during the Scholastic Book Fair.

Read Across America Day!

On March 2, 2017, LCES celebrated the joy of reading by participating in the National Education Association’s (NEA) Read Across America Day!  Read Across America is a nationwide initiative to model to children the importance of reading and mastering the basics skills necessary.  In order to motivate children to read more,  LCES wanted to join in on the fun; therefore, we asked students and faculty to dress up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character, guest readers volunteered to read Dr. Seuss books and kicked off LCES Reading Month with a pep rally.  Let’s continue to celebrate the joy of reading and remember….” you’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child”.