Ms. Guedri’s Class completed and shared research projects on various famous Influential African American Contributors to our society. After presenting, we had a guest speaker, retired school teacher and legend Ms. Brown Scott, who shared her real life experiences growing up and attending a segregated elementary school, and then what it was like when she then attended the newly integrated Caroline Middle School. It was such an incredible experience for us to learn about her real life experiences through the eyes of someone who participated in such a monumental time of our history.
On Thursday, February 28, LCES will host its 3rd annual Hoops for Heart student vs. staff basketball game. The event will take place at 5:30 in the Caroline Middle School gymnasium.
20 5th grade students will lace up their shoes to face off against teachers from all grade levels, administrators and school support staff. The LCES Dance team will perform at half time. All students and their families are invited and encouraged to come be a part of this fun filled event!
Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for children, and is free for any student who brings their Kid’s Heart Challenge keychain that they have earned for fundraising. All proceeds will be donated to the American Heart Association.
There will also be a silent auction/raffle that evening. Items up for grabs include gift cards to The Mix House, Rodan & Fields, Crossfit RYS, personalized items from Mellodees Designs and Virtuous Visions, and more! Tickets will be 1 for $2, or 3 for $5.
The LCES Donuts with Dads is scheduled for tomorrow February 1st from 8:30-9:15am. In the event there is a 2 hour delay, it will begin at 10:30am. We look forward to seeing everyone come out and support this great event.
Please join us during the month of February to “Share the
Love” by donating items for our food drive to assist our
LCES students and families. The grade level with the most
items will win a prize! Thank you for supporting this great
cause! All items should be turned in by February 22 nd .
Pre-K & Kindergarten: Canned Fruit
=1 st Grade: Canned Vegetables
Happy Virginia School Principals Appreciation Week to our Principal, Mrs. Brown and Assistant Principal, Mr. White. The students and staff of LCES and Caroline County truly appreciate you for all you do to encourage and inspire us each day! You both are AMAZING!
During our Professional Development day, the teachers and staff participated in an activity that pushed them to look beyond the academics and focus on how well they actually know their students. We would like our teachers and staff to build real connections with our students.
Teachers and staff put checks next to students names that they knew by name/face, something personal about them, academically and the students personal story.
You’re invited to the LCES Sweetheart dance on February 8th from 6 to 8pm. Come out for a night of fun as DJ Jeremy rocks the gym with all of your favorite dance music! Dress your best and visit our photo booth for a FREE photo download. Be sure to grab dinner and snack too! Admission is $5 but free for students 5th grade and under and PTA members. Students must be accompanied by an adult.
Don’t miss the “FLOSS OFF” contest and special guest!!
The LCES PTA invites dads to join us for donuts for Dad. The event will take place February 1st. Donuts and fun will be from 8:30-9:30am in the student’s classroom. Please complete the RSVP form that was sent home and return to your child’s teacher by January 28th.
We would like to welcome back all of our amazing students and staff from a wonderful and restful break! We are so excited to see each and everyone of you and we’re ready to kick off a a spectacular 3rd quarter! Let’s Go GRIZZLIES!!
LCES is proud of each spelling bee participant. Each one showed respect & sportsmanship & should be applauded. Thank everyone for their role in helping make this happen. Our first place winner of the LCES School Spelling Bee is third grader, Kamryn Collier, & our runner up is 4th grader, Ariella Baucom. Those girls, along with 3rd grader, Madison Dosado, 5th grader, Jocelyn Childress, 5th grader , Future Brown, & 5th grader, Braedyn Kiser, will compete in the CCPS District Spelling Bee at LCES on Jan. 24 at 10am.
The Lewis and Clark Elementary School Chorus and Dance team performed to Here Comes Santa Claus Saturday at the Bowling Green Christmas parade. The team placed 1st out of all marching units for the 2nd year in a row. Mrs. Ballard, Mrs. Bushey, and Mrs. French couldn’t be prouder of them. Great job!
The holiday season is fast approaching and Lewis & Clark Elementary School would like to help some of our local families. We are hosting our Annual Snow Buddy Program. In the foyer of the school, we have decorated a tree with Snow Buddies. Stop by and take a Snow Buddy from the tree. On it you will find the gender, age, and grade of a child in need. Each Snow Buddy represents one gift. After you purchase an appropriate gift, please return it (unwrapped) to the guidance department.
Make sure you attach the Snow Buddy to the gift!
If you would like your child to be allowed to pick a Snow Buddy off the tree, please write a letter to your child’s teacher and include the age and gender of the Snow Buddy your family would like to adopt.
The LCES SCA will be kicking off our first service project with our annual “Warm for Winter Drive”. We will be collecting NEW PAIRS OF SOCKS, HATS and GLOVES and NEW OR GENTLY USED COATS to donate to children and adults in our community. We hope you will join our school in helping others stay warm this winter.
When: November 29th – December 18th
Where: Drop-off items in bins in the front of the school or send in with your child.
What: New pairs of socks and New or gently used coats (Adults and Children)
Thank you so much Nikki Dee-Ray for taking the time to teach the LCES Grizzlies all about your amazing job at News Channel 6! The students and staff enjoyed the experience and loved being able to forecast the weather!
Thank you Dr. Hellman for reading to Mr. Scott’s Pre-K class for ‘Read for the Record’. The students loved the story Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed A Neighborhood. You truly brightened their day!
Lewis & Clark Elementary School is celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 22nd-26th. This is a week observed nationally in schools to promote a drug free life style. Each day during the week, there will be a theme to encourage children to celebrate being drug free! Remember to wear your Red Ribbon all week!
Monday 22nd “Good Character, Good Choice!” – Wear RED clothing and everyone receives a Red Ribbon to wear all week
Tuesday 23rd “Hats Off To Being Drug Free” – Wear your favorite hat
Wednesday 24th “I’m a Jean-ius” I don’t do drugs. – Wear jeans and an Orange shirt for Unite Against Bullying Day (this day includes two things, celebrating being drug free and bully free)
Thursday 25th: “Shade out Drugs” – Wear your sunglasses
Friday 26th: “Team up Against Drugs” – Wear favorite team gear