The LCES Annual Food Drive begins this Monday through November 16th.

Please help local families by donating any non-perishable food items to the food drive. Food collected will go to benefit local families and the Caroline County Food Bank.

LCES Thanksgiving Lunch

Please join us for our Annual Thanksgiving Lunch!

When: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Price: Adult lunch $3.50 **Credit/Debit cards are not accepted

Please RSVP by 11/9 and contact your child’s teacher for their lunch time.


  • Roasted Turkey and Gravy
  • Fresh Rolls
  • Stuffing
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Green Beans
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Baked Apples
  • Fresh Fruit

Thank you Dr. Hellman!

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


Our fall book fair is scheduled October 18th through October 26th. Once again, Scholastic will be offering both the Online Book Fair and the eWallet payment option to provide easy opportunities for families to shop for books with their students outside of the library walls. Both can be accessed through our Scholastic Book Fair homepage.

Teachers will be able to select books for their Wish Boxes so students and families can purchase something for their classroom libraries. These boxes will be placed along the bookcase near our check out line. Just see what your child’s teacher is wishing for and take one to buy for the classroom.

Our Evening Book Sale will coincide with the Curriculum Night on Thursday, October 25th.

LCES October Schedule

October/Anti-Bullying Month

  • 1: Stomp out Bullying Day/Wear Blue Day-Bully
  •      Walk
  • 2:  National Custodial Workers Day
  • 4: Fall Pictures
  • 5: School Spirit Day
  • 11: End of 1st 9 Weeks
  • 12: No School/Teacher & Para PD & Workday
  • 15: No School/Fall Break
  • 19-26: Book Fair Week
  • 19: Goodies With Grandparents
  • 19: LCES GOES PINK! Wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness!
  • 19: Report Cards Go Home/School Spirit Day
  • 21: Grizzly Grind Fun Run (Sunday) 8-10 am
  • 22-26: National School Bus Safety Week
  • 24: Unite Against Bullying/Wear Orange
  • 25: Parent/Teacher Conference Night/Family/        
  •       Book Fair Night 3:45-7:45 pm
  • 26: PTA Treat Friday
    • Grizzly Pride Day
  • 22-26: Red Ribbon Week “Drug Free”
  •     22: Wear Red
  •     23: Hats off Day
  •     24: Jean-ius/Against Drugs-Wear Jeans & Orange
  •     25: Sunglasses Day
  •     26: Favorite Team Gear
  • 31: Storybook Character Day

Caroline’s Promise Young Entrepreneurs Expo

Calling all Caroline County youth ages 5-19!

Have you already decided to pursue your business as an entrepreneur and have items such as art, books, desserts, jewelry, etc to showcase or sell?

If so, Caroline’s Promise would like to showcase your business. Email to reserve your vendor table. Registration forms may be found at


  • WHEN: November , 17, 2018
  • TIME- 12-4PM
  • WHERE: Caroline County Community Center – 17202 Richmond Tpke.  Milford, Virginia 22514

LCES Fun Noodles Fundraiser

We are excited to be partnering with FUN PASTA FUNDRAISING! Shop now and order some creative, delicious pasta goodies. It’s simple, and you’ll love the selection – great for any special occasion or just for yourself!  With each sale, our group earns 40% which helps us reach our fundraising goal.   Plus you get FREE shipping over $50!   Thanks for your help!  Your order will be shipped from Nashville, TN within 3-5 days.

Fundraiser dates- September 17- 30th

LCES- New Gardening Club Shed

Three cheers-or more like thirty cheers-for Lynwood Broaddus and the Virginia Farm Bureau for the generous donation of this beautiful shed for our garden club at Lewis and Clark Elementary.! We are so excited to have this to put all our equipment into!

LCES- Silence Hurts


Silence Hurts is for reporting information anonymously. It is designed to keep students safe from bullying, drugs, suicide, gangs, violence, and any other threats to student safety. Silence Hurts is not monitored in real-time. If this matter involves the risk of injury or is life-threatening, you should call 911.

Never be bullied into silence!

Visit Lewis & Clark Elementary School’s Silence Hurts page.

September is Attendance Awareness Month

September is Attendance Awareness Month

  • Improving attendance and reducing chronic absence is not rocket science, but it does take commitment, collaboration and tailored approaches to the particular strengths and challenges of each school or community. Across the nation, schools, communities and advocates have successfully taken steps to ensure children are attending school more regularly.

Here is what’s happening at LCES!!

For  grade levels: Weekly competition among grade levels for the best attendance rate each week during the month of September.  Students will receive a special attendance pencil.

For classes: Prize awarded to the class with the best attendance for the month of September, McDonald’s Happy Meal Coupon!!

For students: ALL DAY, EVERY DAY popsicle reward- Students who are here every day, all day for the month will receive a popsicle.

Attendance Matters!


LCES Volunteer Orientation

Volunteer Orientation 

Tuesday, September 18th

At 9:30 In the LCES forum

School volunteers are needed to contribute their time and talents to support student achievement. We believe volunteers are vital to the mission of our school and would like the opportunity to tell you more about the program.

If you are interested in volunteering  at LCES please join us for the LCES Volunteer Orientation Tuesday, September 18th at 9:30.

LCES Treat Friday Bake Sale

The first Treat Friday Bake Sale was a huge success!  Treats ranged from yummy cake pops, brownies, chocolate chip cookies to cupcakes, rice krispie treats and more. The students and staff were all excited  when the snack cart rolled pass their classrooms. We can’t wait until the next sale!


LCES Back to School Night

LCES Back to School Night will be this Thursday, September 6, 2018. Come out to meet your child’s teacher, hear about classroom expectations, and sign up for PTA volunteer opportunities.

*Teachers will present 2 sessions of the same information:

  • Session 1 is at 5:40-6:10
  • Session 2 is at 6:15-6:45


  • When: Thursday, September 6th – 5:30-7:00
  • Where: LCES Front Parking Lot (Rain location: Gym)

Spirit Wear On Sale  and Concessions will be Sold!

Bounce Houses donated and operated by Salem Baptist Church.

We are so excited!! Please send back your pre-order forms to your child’s teacher! Dinners will also be sold the night of the event.

Spirit Wear: T-shirts-$10      Hoodies-$20       Spirit Magnets $6

LCES September Schedule

September/Hispanic Heritage Month

  • 3: Labor Day/No School
  • 5: Pop In Party-New Students
  • 6: Back to School Night 5:30-7 pm/PTA Festival
  • 7: Red, White & Blue Day
  • 11: Wear American Flag/Star Day
  • 13: PBIS Assembly/Interims
  • 14: Goodies for Grandparents/Favorite Color Day
  • 18: Volunteer Breakfast 9:30 am
  • 21: Superhero Day
  • 24: PTA McDonalds Spirit Night 5-8 pm
  • 28: School Spirit Day/PTA Treat Friday




  • When: Thursday, September 6th – 5:30-7:00
  • Where: LCES Front Parking Lot (Rain location: Gym)

Spirit Wear On Sale  and Concessions will be Sold!

Bounce Houses donated and operated by Salem Baptist Church.

We are so excited!! Please send back your pre-order forms to your child’s teacher! Dinners will also be sold the night of the event.

Spirit Wear: T-shirts-$10      Hoodies-$20       Spirit Magnets $6

Concession Stand:

  • Chicken Dinner $7 each or $20 for family  of 4 include 1/4 chicken, potato salad, beans, bread, and dessert.
  • Nachos w/cheese $2
  • Popcorn $1 or $3 Family Size
  • Cotton Candy $1
  • Snow Cones $1
  • Water/Soda $1

Thank you- LCES PTA Special Events Committee



LCES Grizzly Ways to Respond

The CCPS Appropriate Ways to respond is a way to help students respond appropriately to adult requests.  Students in Caroline County have four choices in how they respond when a request is made.  All employees model the appropriates ways to respond as well as body language and tone to create a culture of mutual respect.  It is not a student’s inappropriate behavior that gets them in trouble.  It is usually how a student responds when their inappropriate behavior is being addressed that gets them in trouble.  The entire CCPS community believes that this is a life lesson that will help all student be productive and positive citizens.

  1. Say “Okay” and complete the task.
  2. Say “Yes” and complete the task.
  3. Say “Yes Ma’am” or “Yes Sir” and complete the task.
  4. Say nothing (when appropriate) and do what is requested.


LCES School Supply Kits

The school supply kits are ready to purchase!
The deadline for ordering is June 26th!  

The kits will be delivered to the school the week of August 5th and we will send them directly to your student’s classrooms.
Order here! >>> website:
LCES Account Number:  29720
Remember there are separate boxes for boys and girls for each grade level.