6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Boy Scout Round Up
2:40 PM - 5:30 PM LIFE Program Begins
Lugoff Elementary School will be hosting our “Grits for Grandparents” event the week of September 12 – 16, 2016 during our regular breakfast time. We invite grandparents to select one day that week to come and eat breakfast with their grandchild(ren). Our school will pay for grandparents to eat one day that week, but if you would like to eat any additional days, the cost is $2.10. Children will eat using their usual breakfast/lunch accounts.
In addition, breakfast is a very busy time for us, so we ask that you please BYOG - Bring Your Own Grandchild(ren). By this, we mean please make arrangements prior to arriving at school of how you will connect with your grandchild(ren). As soon as we receive your reservations for breakfast, we will send home tickets for you to turn in when you come to eat. If you have any questions, please call us at 438 – 8000. We look forward to seeing you!
Please fill out and return form sent home in Friday folders or print out form by clicking here.
Please take a minute to join our PTO Facebook page. This will help you stay in the "know" of what is going on with this great organization. Also, please consider joining PTO if you have not. We appreciate your support.
The time that we have all been waiting for has finally arrived! While I hope that you and your family had a wonderful, relaxing summer, I also hope that you are equally as excited about the start of school. Whether you will be joining us for the first time or are a returning family, it is our sincere wish that you are ready to embrace this year with enthusiasm and a commitment to work together.
Here are a few things you will want to know that will help make this transition a little smoother:
1. Our school day runs from 7:40 - 2:40 daily. Early drop off begins in the car rider area at 7:10 AM for those families who need to get to work.Even though you will see staff members here prior to 7:00 AM, there is no one on duty to supervise your child until 7:10.
2. The tardy bell rings at 7:50 AM. This means that students must be in their classrooms prior to 7:50 in order to be considered on time. Once the bell has rung, staff members on duty will proceed into the building. Please bring your child around to the front office and sign them in.
3. We have specially made car rider and walker tags that families must use. If you do not have your tag, or you send someone to pick up your child without the tag, both will be asked to proceed to the office. Here you will be asked to provide an ID and be checked against the list of persons allowed to pick your child up. We take every precaution to ensure the safety of your child, so please note this in advance.
4. The last thing I would like to remind you of is the fact that the front parking lot is not a drop off or pick up area unless you are coming into the building to conduct business. In such case, please do not park behind other legally parked cars or stop in the middle of the drive way, but proceed to a parking space to park. The same is true about walkers. Walkers should not be dropped off or picked up from the parking lot. They must cross with the crossing guard on Hwy. 34 and proceed into the first door on the bus rider side of the building. These things may seem insignificant, but they pose safety concerns when there is extra, unnecessary traffic in the front parking lot.
Thank you for your attention to these matters as we kick off a new year! Welcome back, Counts!
Wow! I cannot believe how quickly the summer is passing! Even though I would love to "pump the breaks" and slow everything down to a turtle's pace, I somehow cannot get that trick to work! As you enjoy time at home, let me encourage you to have your children participate in a few educational opportunities that are availabe to them. IXL (Math) and Classworks (ELA and Math) are both available whenever and wherever you have access to the internet. On our homepage, there is a tab for students and parents. There you will find links to these and other websites. Your children will use the same passwords they used during the school year. Don't have access to the internet? No worries - just have your children read. Whether it is helping read the recipe for a delicious chocolate cake, reading the road signs as you travel near and far, or cuddling up on the couch with a good book or magazine, just read, read, read! Enjoy!
Thank you for an outstanding first nine weeks! It was great seeing so many of you at our awards programs as we celebrated the many successes of our young people. Remember, every child can receive an award for reaching his/her Accelerated Reader (AR) goal. If your child did not receive this award, let's work extra hard this nine weeks to make it happen!
I would also like to remind each of you that the Kershaw County School Board voted at its last meeting to extend the second nine weeks. What this means for you is that January 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th are all days when students attend school. Friday, January 15th is now a teacher workday, so students will not attend school. In addition, the second nine week ends on January 14th, and the third nine weeks now begins on January 19th. At this time, report cards are scheduled to still come home on January 20th. Please mark all of these very important changes on your calendar.
As always, I thank you for all that you do to help make LES a great place to be!
In advance, I thank you for all that you will do to make this a memorable, successful school year. Welcome back, Counts!