For the Week of October 29 - November 2
- Lapeer Community Schools is a dynamic community organization embracing our students with a quality learning environment, developing independent and confident learners for the future.
We think that each one of us is strong individually but we are even stronger when we work together.
Making our school safe (including the parking lot) is...
...being Turrill Tough!!
Parent Drop off and PickUp Reminders
- Please remain in your car and have your children enter/exit on the side nearest the sidewalk.
- Have your children unbuckle and prepare for exiting your car as you pull forward to the drop off
- Please pull forward as far as you can
- Merge to the pass through lane after dropping off or picking up your children
- If you have to exit your vehicle please use a parking space
Excellence in all we do for our students, our schools and our community through
- Continuous improvement;
- Diligent effort; and
- Innovative design
Office Hours during the School Year:8:15 am -- Office opens
8:35 am -- Student supervision outside of school begins (please do not leave your child unsupervised)
8:40 am -- Building opens; Students enter the building (breakfast available in the classrooms)
8:44 am -- School day begins
3:40 pm -- End of the school day
4:15 pm -- Office closes
What's Up this Week?
Monday, October 29 -
- NO SCHOOL
Tuesday, October 30 -
- School Resumes
- Meeting with the Principal after school at 3:45 - Instructional Rounds
Wednesday, October 31 -
- Halloween Parade at 2:30 (contact your teacher regarding specific times of classroom parties)
Thursday, November 1 -
- Good News Club after school
Friday, November 2 -
- 2nd grade to Seven Ponds
- Popcorn Day
Remember...School Resumes on Tuesday, October 30
Students may wear Halloween costumes that are appropriate for an elementary school. No blood or gore.
Face painting is allowed if the student is recognizable and the painting applies to the costume being worn (i.e. whiskers for a cat, nose for a clown).
No toy (or real) weapons are allowed at school.
If a costume is determined by a staff member to be a disruption in the classroom, a possible safety hazard, or inappropriate the student will be asked to change or modify the costume.
Students may be allowed time to change into their costume at the discretion of the teacher.
Parents are encouraged to supervise their child's costume choice – keeping in mind that ultimately Turrill Elementary is a place of learning, safety and appropriateness.
The administration reserves the right to address students with inappropriate costumes to either change or determine other possible solutions.
The District started holding strategic planning focus panels late last month. During those engagements, a proposal was presented to right-size the District as a first step in the strategic planning process. There will be a lot more information coming out in the next several weeks, and many opportunities for students, staff and the entire community to get involved in the process.
We are currently planning for our next round of engagements, a pair of focus groups comprised of 80-100 people per session. We will have more information on those in the near future. If you would like to be a part of one of the focus groups, please e-mail Mary Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit the District Website and click on the strategic planning link on the main page.