Beagle Bulletin September 21, 2023
Lake Bluff Elementary School Family Newsletter
Hello Lake Bluff Families!
It was wonderful seeing so many parents and caregivers on Tuesday night at Orientation. I hope you found the evening valuable and gave you a preview of the amazing school year your child will have at Lake Bluff!
Did you see the flyer that was sent home with your child on Tuesday about the Beagle Dash? Please be on the lookout for more details to come in the weeks ahead. Thank you, PTO for this exciting opportunity.
Please be reminded we do not have school tomorrow, September 22 (records and planning day) or Monday, September 25 (Yom Kippur). For those of you that observe, I wish you an easy fast.
When we do return to school, we will be having safety week. Please make sure you click on the letter below but here is the schedule:
Tuesday, September 26th - Fire Drill (Weather Permitting)
Wednesday, September 27th - Evacuation Drill (Weather Permitting)
Thursday, September 28th - Hold Drill
Friday, September 29th- Tornado Drill
Yours in Learning,
Alejandra Ovalle-Krolick (Ms. O.K.)
Principal, Lake Bluff Elementary School
Friday, September 22
Monday, September 25
Friday, September 29
Wednesday, October 4
Thursday, October 12
Wednesday, October 18
Joke of the day
One of the ways we will build community this year is through our Joke of the Day! Students will have the opportunity to submit a joke of the day. Jokes will be read by a member of the student services team during morning announcements. While the student’s name will not be mentioned, their grade will be mentioned. (Example: Today's joke comes from a 3rd grader!) Please click here to have your child submit the joke or to submit the joke on behalf of your child.
As you know, at LB we have some of the best educators around! With that in mind, please feel free to submit a staff shoutout whenever you feel so inclined. Please click here to submit the staff shoutout. I will also include this link in future Beagle Bulletins!
Down To Earth Experimental Physics (DEEP)
A Hands-On Physical Science Program for 5-6 Graders
Learn through fun hands-on experiments and instructive demos, about physical phenomena such as mechanical waves, light reflection, refraction, and dispersion (i.e., separation into color components), and their application to developing physical instruments to study large astronomical objects (e.g., stars) as well as small, microscopic particles (e.g., biological cells, molecules, and atoms). In addition, the students learn how to build and use various devices: a toy guitar, convex and concave lenses cut out of Jell-O, a telescope, a microscope, a spectrograph for analyzing light color, and an electrical circuit including an LED light source to study absorption of light by various substances. At the end of each session, the students take home the device they built to play with and to show to their family and friends. The program culminates with a visit to the Planetarium and the Physics Department’s research laboratories at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, one of America's top research universities.
Instructors: Mrs. Gina Raicu and Dr. Vali Raicu, Physics Professor, UWM Physics Department
Grade: 5 - 6
Location: Lake Bluff, Room 111
Date: Tuesday, October 10 - November 21
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Fee: $50 Resident / $75 Non-Resident
Mad Scientist, Mad Lab
What do detectives, bugs, chemistry, movies, toys, and earthworks have in common? They all need scientists! Jump into the shoes of a different scientist each week and experiment in their world.
Grade: 5K - 5
Instructor: Mad Science Staff
Time: 3:40 - 4:40 pm
Fee: $130 Resident / $195 Non-Resident
Location Course # Date
Atwater Room 110 1718.1 9/14 - 10/19
Lake Bluff Room 111 1718.2 11/9 - 12/21, no class 11/23
You can register online at www.shorewoodrecreation.org or call our office directly at 414-963-6913 x 4
The Shorewood School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, creed, ancestry, pregnancy, marital or parental status, gender identity or expression, veteran status, physical, mental, emotional or learning disability, or any other legally protected status in its educational programs, activities, or employment with the District. The District also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following designee handles inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Director of Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator and Compliance Officer, 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211, 414-961-2854, firstname.lastname@example.org.