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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Say “Okay” and complete the task.
Say “Yes” and complete the task.
Say “Yes Ma’am” or “Yes Sir” and complete the task.
Say nothing (when appropriate) and do what is requested.
Please click the link below for the Summer School Bus Routes.
June 04, 2018 – July 03, 2018
Time of first stop for all buses will be approximately 6:30 A.M. After the first day, routes and times will be modified accordingly. Routes and/or drivers are subject to change.
Take some leisure time this summer to enjoy reading! Enclosed you will find some reading suggestions that have been carefully selected to entertain you while you enjoy your lazy days of summer. Remember the importance of reading aloud to children. ALL children can benefit from having books read to them and most love it! Use these titles to help your children select books that suit their interests.
Each May we celebrate “Teacher Appreciation Week” as it is a time set aside to honor teacher’s commitment to helping all children learn and grow. This year, “Teacher Appreciation Week” is May 7-11th. Please join us to recognize the hard work that your child’s teacher does by doing something special for your teacher each day.
*Monday: a note of thanks or a picture drawn by your child.
*Tuesday: favorite treat
*Wednesday: wear his/her favorite color
*Thursday: flower or plant
*Friday: random act of kindness to show him/ her they are appreciated
We are extremely fortunate to have a dedicated staff who truly believes in every child’s ability to achieve!
Congratulations to Mrs. Shelby Foltz, Health and Physical Education teacher, at Lewis and Clark Elementary School. Mrs. Foltz received a surprise visit from CCPS Superintendent, Dr. George Parker, who announced Mrs. Foltz’s selection as the 2019 County Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Foltz will serve in this capacity for the 2018-2019 school year. Shelby will move forward to compete in the Region III Teacher of the Year process. You are such an amazing PE Teacher, our student, and staff are so lucky to have you as a part of LCES !
The Parent/Guardian survey is available and we ask that you take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your voice is important as we gather data to support our strategic plan, Pathways 2022. If you have children in multiple schools, please take the survey separately for each building. The survey will be open April 25th through May 9th. Thank you in advance for your time and cooperation.
Join Smart Beginnings Rappahannock for fun, educational activities to help prepare children for kindergarten, introduce them to a classroom routine, and a chance for parents to visit with special guests from area schools.
Saturday, April 14th from 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
1275 Jefferson Davis Highway
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401