Our Annual Bully walk for our students and staff will take place this Monday, October 2nd. Anti-bullying activities include STOMP Out Bullying™’s signature campaign Blue Shirt Day® World Day of Bullying Prevention™ and take place the first Monday of October. We encourage all of our students and staff to wear blue as we STOMP out BULLYING!
Check out our LCES October Newsletter for Grizzly updates and important information!
- 2: Stomp out Bullying Day & Wear Blue Day-Bully Walk
- 5: Fall Pictures
- 6: 6-8 PM PTA Costume Dance
- 13: Early Dismissal
- End of 1st 9 Weeks/School Spirit Day
- 16: No School
- 16-20: National School Bus Safety Week and Book Fair Week
- 17: Family Night/Curriculum Night
- ** 5-7 Book Fair Night
- 19: Uke Club Starts
- 20: Harvest Day-Cowboy
- Report Cards Go Home
- 22: Grizzly Grind Fun Run 7:30 AM
- 23: 2nd Grade Field Trip
- 25: Unite Against Bullying/Wear Orange
- 25: 1st Grade Field Trip-Butzner, Smith, Hall & Kramer
- 26: 1st Grade Field Trip-Bandura, Beazley & Scott
- 26: PreK Field Trip
- 23-27: Red Ribbon Week “Drug Free”
- 23: Wear Red
- 24: Hats Off to Drug Free Day
- 25: Jean-ius/Against Drugs-Wear Jeans & Orange
- 26: Sunglasses Day-Bright future to be drug-Free
- 27: Favorite Team- Gear up to Drug-Free
- 31: Storybook Character Day
Reading and listening to your child read are two of the most important things you can do to create a lifelong love of reading. Parents who incorporate reading into their daily routine are modeling the importance of reading in everyday life. Below are suggestions on how you can incorporate reading into your day…
- Storytime Surprise! You don’t have to wait until bedtime to read together. Surprising your child with a read-aloud at any time during the day models the importance and the joy that can come from reading books.
- Buddy Reading. Create opportunities for your child to read with another sibling or friend. Make it fun and not just another “homework assignment” for school.
- Library Books. Ask your child to show you the books he/she checked out from the school or public library. Showing an interest in their book excites children and may spark enthusiasm in reading the book to you.
Kitchen Fun! Most families spend an enormous amount of time in the kitchen after school. Engage your child by showing and reading special recipes, ask them to hand you different ingredients so they hear new vocabulary words, go on “Word Hunts” where children look for words that have their word study pattern for the week.