Lugoff Elementary

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From the Principal

  • "Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow"

    Posted by Melissa Lloyd on 1/7/2019

    How many times have we heard this phrase over the years? I never really gave it too much thought until our faculty/staff Christmas gathering this year. Our hospitality committee, under the genius mind of Mrs. Ledbetter, thought that it would be such a neat idea if we divided the staff into teams to go on a scavenger hunt in search of puzzle pieces. This hunt allowed us to revisit different parts of the building in search of clues, reflect on a little nostalgia, and of course, locate those coveted puzzle pieces! The first team to return to the library had to put the puzzle together, which happened to be a picture of our new school. We then proceeded to our new school for the gathering. It was at that moment that I realized that our time in the "old" LES was quickly coming to an end. It was also at that moment that I began to reminisce about the many years I have spent in this school. We have laughed and cried together, loved and yes, sometimes even disliked one another, but through it all, we have remained "LES Strong". As we transition into our new building, there are lots of memories we will take with us, but the one thing above all else that will remain in the forefront of our thoughts is our continued commitment to excellence. It is what propelled us through our first 51 years of existence and is what will guide us in the many years to come. Thank you for all that you do to assist us, and for supporting us along the way. Go, Counts!

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School Announcements

  • Award Assemblies and Parking

    Just a reminder that we will have all of our awards assemblies for the second and third nine weeks on Friday, March 22, 2019. Everyone is to park in our old parking lot, which will be smoothed, leveled, and ready for you that day. Because our assemblies are so close together in time, we ask that you please carpool as much as possible, and park responsibly so that everyone can fit. There is absolutely no parking in the car rider loop. Please note the times of the assemblies below.

    8:00 - 9:00 5th
    9:15 - 10:15 3rd
    10:30 - 11:30 2nd
    11:45 - 12:45 4th
    1:00 - 2:00 1st

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  • Tobacco-Free Facility

    Our district recently adopted the policy of having a tobacco-free environment. 24/7, for all campuses. Please click on link to read more. Thank you, in advance, for adhering to this policy.

     

    Tobacco-Free Policy

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  • Beta Club Collections Beta Club will be collecting hygiene related supplies to create care packages for the United Way Homeless shelters. We are asking each grade level to contribute the following items:

    Kindergarten: Individually packed toothbrushes
    First: Travel size toothpaste
    Second: Bar soap
    Third: Travel deodorant
    Fouth: Travel sized shampoo
    Fifth: Travel sized tissue packs

    We will also need gallon sized Ziploc bags to package our items.Thank you in advance for helping us with this worthy cause! Our goal is 100 care packages to donate to the United Way.

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  • LES Heritage Tea Winners

    Congratulations to the following students for being selected as the winners from our school for this year's African American Heritage Tea.

    4th Grade:

    1st Place - Kamryn Hampton, Carley Bell, Colby Branham

    2nd Place - Addison Komarnicki. Autumn Goodwin, Alyssa Tutt

    3rd Place - Leighton Maxfield, Karrine White

    5th Grade:

    1st Place - Hayden Stokes

    2nd Place - Gaby Aponte, Hanna Alston

    3rd Place - Eliana Collins, Hailey Thitchener

    Heritage Tea Winners

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  • Thanks to everyone who came out to our "Warm Up to Literacy Night" recently.  Special thanks to Sheriff Lee Boan for participating in this event as a Mystery Reader.  It was a fun night for students and adults alike!

    Mystery Reader and Friends

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information

    Our K Round - Up will be held Wednesday, Feb. 20 in the empty Pre-K classroom from 9 - 1 and 3 - 6.  We encourage anyone coming to go online and register before coming in.  Also, our visitors are to enter our campus off Oriole Drive and park in the bus loop.  There will be signs showing how to enter the building.

    4K students should go to the District Office to register on this same day, same time.

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  • Kona Ice is Coming!

    Kona Ice will be here on Froday, Feb. 22.  Prices range from $2.00 to $5.00.  Thanks for supporting our Relay for Life team.

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  • February Golden Apple Recipients

    Congratulations to Mrs. Stephanie Hinton (Faculty) and Mr. Mike (Support Staff) on receiving the Golden Apples for the month of February. Our school is a better place because of you both!

    Mrs. Hinton        Mr. Mike

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  • Important Notice With our new facility, comes new, improved technology - yay!  Our new sign-in, sign-out technology requires an ID at all times.  Please remember to bring this with you any time you or someone else is signing a student out early or in late.  You will be asked to go back and get your ID if you do forget it.  Thanks, as always, for helping make this a smooth transition.

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  • New Procedures for Car Riders

    If you are a car rider, please watch the procedure for our new building.

     

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  • New Procedures for Walkers and Visitors

    If you are a walker, please watch the procedure for our new building.

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  • Important Reminder Important Reminder to Charge your Chromebook Nightly!

    All grades, K-5th need to have their Chromebooks daily, FULLY CHARGED.  Remember, cords are to remain at home and only devices are brought to school every day.  Please make this a part of your nightly routine when getting ready for school the next day. All teachers will be using them so this is really important to remember.

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  • TOY 2018-19, Mrs. Atkinson

    2018-19 Teacher of the Year

    LES is celebrating Mrs. Jenna Atkinson, our 2018-19 Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Atkinson is a 2nd grade teacher.  She also serves as the Relay for Life Coordinator for our school.  Mrs. Atkinson loves children and it shows on the smiling faces of her students daily. Thank you, Mrs. Atkinson, for all that you do for us at LES!

     

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  • Ms. Altman, Reading Teacher of the Year

    Reading Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Amy Altman for being chosen as our Reading Teacher of the Year! We are super excited for her and know that she will represent LES well!  We are blessed to have Ms. Altman at LES!

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  • PTO Our PTO is on Facebook!

    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.

    Like our PTO Facebook Page!

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Menus (now using MealViewer)

  • KCSD Menus (now using MealViewer)

    Our school cafeteria is now using MealViewer for our breakfast & lunch menus.  You can view our menus in MealViewer now or view this video to find out more!

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