Lloyd Road School Husky Newsletter
Monthly Dates to Remember
4-8: Week of Respect (See Guidance section below for theme days)
4: ESL Family Night 6:30 PM in Lloyd Road Cafeteria
5: State Start Strong ELA Assessment
6: Title 1 Kick off meeting: virtual See flyer below.
7: State Start Strong Math Assessment
11: No school due to teacher in-service
12: Start Strong test make ups if needed
18-22: Violence Awareness Week (See Guidance section below for theme day notice)
25-29: PTO Book Fair
29: Halloween Parade 1:40 weather permitting (see details below)-No rain date
29: PTO Halloween Dance: details will be shared soon for RSVP
With September completed, we now have our routines well underway and ready to move full steam ahead with this school year. Of course, academic achievement is very important but it is just as important for all of us to keep in mind the major disruption our students, families, and staff encountered and may still be experiencing in our lives during this pandemic. For this reason, we are emphasizing the need to take a balanced approach to emphasize academic learning with social and emotional learning and health.
We always stress JUST GIVE OUR BEST in everything we do and as is stated in our newsletter heading banner. This banner is also hung up in our front hallway for a daily reminder.
This means giving our best with our learning, behavior, and relationships and just trying our best is expected each day. Trying hard, being kind, and helping others will make the difference in having a successful and enjoyable school year.
If or when a challenge or concern arises this year, I ask that you reach out to your child's teacher or counselor to discuss it so that a solution can be collaboratively worked out as I am a true believer that many of the challenges we encounter can be successfully worked out if we work together.
Thank you for your support from home.
LLoyd Road School Principal
September RESPONSIBILITY Students of the Month
You make LLoyd Road School a BETTER place to learn.
Keep up the great work.
Each student of the month receives a certificate, bumper sticker, bracelet, and pencil.
Their names are also announced in morning announcements and individual photos posted on our front award board.
The September students are:
--Sophia Solano-------Adeline LaTourette------Allison Jameson------Sadie Brandt
--Malaika Jaral--------Emily Mazzella-------------Rylie Gibson-------------Yorlet Quinones-Juarez
--Rylie Gibson----------Drew Comi-------------------Tyler Lloyd----------------Nicolas Kunets
--Carter Heiss----------Elizabeth Burns------------James Macomber---Estrella Betancourt Rojas
--Gianna Zeno----------Elizabeth Petner-----------Olivia Zheng----------Sarai Brown
--Shann Patel-----------Shea Cere---------------------Lucy Novio------------Julianna Slate
--Avianna Acosta-----Jaron Samuel---------------Caroline Corley-----Lila Irizzary
--Yasmin Escamilla Bustamante
LLoyd Road School's 2021-22 Title 1 Plan
You will see two slides below and the remaining available in the presentation.
Needed: Our Lloyd Road School planning team is in need of a parent/s to join our planning team of staff to meet virtually on the dates below to review the progress of our Title 1 plan and discuss new ideas. If you would like more information or interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The meetings usually run from 8:10-8:40 AM.
October 21, 2021
December 7, 2021
February 8, 2022
April 26, 2022
May 25, 2022
Mark your calendars for these amazing family nights that have brought families together in the past for a fun filled evening
Parent survey to help identify priority areas to focus on through the American Rescue Plan Grant
Grade 4 Counselor information:
Ms. Giacchi is our school's Title 1 school counselor for climate and culture and Grade 4
Ms. Giacchi can be reached through email at email@example.com or by calling the main office at 732-705-5700.
Grade 5 Counselor information:
Mrs. Tay is our counselor for Grade 5 and is our school's antibullying specialist.
Mrs. Tay can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the main office at 732-705-5700.
If your or your child every needs help do not hesitate to reach out to one of our school counselors.
Lloyd Road's Halloween Parade will take place on Friday, October 29, starting at 1:40 p.m. Information is as follows:
Where: Students will exit out of the side doors into the Lloyd Road side parking lot closest to Lloyd Road, turn right, walk on the front driveway toward the playground, wrap around the playground parking lot, and walk back down the main driveway to re-enter the same side doors. It is not a very long parade but still enjoyable for the students. It usually lasts only about 15 minutes but it is a fun time for the students and any family members who want to watch.
Class snacks: Appropriate snacks/treats for classrooms will be communicated by your child’s teacher since each class’ needs may be different based on allergies or not.
Costume reminder for students that choose to participate in the parade and dress up in a costume: We do allow students to wear their costumes to school. If a costume is worn to school it has to be comfortable and one that the child can still learn in and not distract themselves or others. If a costume is brought to school to be changed into, please make it easy for your child to change into it. Costumes should also not be violent in nature, revealing, or include weapons. Students who have masks as part of their costume can wear it during the parade.
Lloyd Road PTO
2021-2022 Meal Applications due October 21
FREE AND REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS CAN BE COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY by October 21.
A NEW MEAL APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED AND SUBMITED EACH SCHOOL YEAR
Although all students are eligible for free meals it is very important for applications to be completed as this information is used for determining funding for the district and individual schools.
Please note the district is encouraging ALL families complete the 2021-2022 Free/Reduced Meal Application. Applications can be submitted ELECTRONICALLY via the Parent Portal, or hard copy which are available in all schools. Please return paper applications in one of the following ways:
- Via email - email@example.com
- Via fax - 732-705-4091
- Via USPS - MARSD, Business Office, 1 Crest Way, Aberdeen, NJ 07747
Below is information regarding the Free & Reduced Priced School Meals along with an application that you can download, complete and submit.
YMCA before and after school care program
The YMCA also has open part time employment opportunities in all district schools for aides, assistant site supervisors, and site supervisors. Contact the YMCA directly if you want more information. 732-566-9266 ext. 606. See this link for additional details.