Back to School
Issue # 55- AUGUST/SEPTEMBER
School Supply Lists Grades 1 - 6
Summer Reading Assignments Grades 7 - 12
HAVE YOU DONE YOUR SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT(S) YET ?????
LMS students can read ANYTHING they want to as long as it is at their reading level. Please be sure to check out the assignments and format on the LMS link below. Written, illustrated or computer generated responses are due on FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 2022.
Summer Reading Assignments for grades 7 through 12 can be found on the school websites
or the links below.
All Summer Reading assignments can be found here including Honors AP Classes
Back-to-School Reset: Ease the transition back to the classroom with these tips and resources.
Here are a few ways to help transition them from summer to school with a whole lot less stress!
Imagine a world... Where you can succeed by being nice. Where we all pay it forward. Where people look out for each other. It all starts with an act.
If you're feeling mad, frustrated or nervous, press 1. If you need words of encouragement and life advice, press 2. If you need a pep talk from kindergartners, press 3. If you need to hear kids laughing press 4 For encouragement in Spanish, press 5
From your “Good morning” greeting to your “Good-bye” at the last bell, every school day gives you many opportunities to address students with words that give them an image of themselves as engaged and capable learners. Check out this article.
Help students and their families lay the foundation for a positive, successful school year.
One hundred (100) lucky teachers will have their wishlists cleared (up to $200) between July and October 2022. That’s 25 each month, so if you don’t get picked this time, you can always try again!
Locate it in your Google Waffle on your ChromeBook - Enter Lawrence Union Free School District - Add LI Students Read & Nassau BOCES School Library System to add hundreds of books to the collection for FREE. Add more using your Peninsula Library Card
Find great E-books for all ages in your Lawrence Bookmarks on your Chromebook (no password necessary) If you use this link please ask your teacher or Ms. Abby if you cannot remember it.
Audiobooks are a wonderful way to expose all students to complicated storytelling, no matter their reading level. Listening to a story being read helps students engage in text, gain exposure to more words, and ultimately improve vocabulary.
Did you get a Library card yet?
Take a peek at what is going on at the Library! Find a book for curbside pick up! Take a trip to a museum with free passes! Database access also available.Use your library card to borrow books using Sora or get free homework help from Tutor.com
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Learn a new word everyday. Impress your friends, family & teachers. Improve your vocabulary and SAT/ACT scores.
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School Supply Lists
Issue # 55- AUGUST/SEPTEMBER
Explore different topics, such as coping with back-to-school anxieties and emotions, creating daily routines, and tackling common situations that arise with the start of school.