Lakewood Parent Communication
Message from the Principal
Lakewood is having a fantastic second six weeks! Rain or shine the Harvest Festival will happen this weekend! I hope to see you there! Last week our fantastic 4th grade Writing teachers attended a training with THE writing guru Gretchen Bernabei! Three of our teachers were recognized by the district as Demonstration Teachers (Alysa Aelvoet, Rebecca Hile and Heidi Hasfjord)!
RED RIBBON WEEK
The dress up days will be as followed:
Week of October 22nd – 26th (next week)
Monday – wear Red
Tuesday – Neon Colors
Wednesday – Western Wear
Thursday – Mismatched Clothes
Friday – Wear Orange and Black
Wednesday, October 31st – Storybook Character Day
Message from the Counselor!
We are focusing on making sure that our students are not bullies and do not experience bullying. Please help us by talking to your students about bullying! Here is some info below about what bullying is and what it is not.
ON TIME EAGLES
Back by popular demand, we will be pulling names of students who are on time every day for awards. Tell your student who is ON TIME to watch the morning announcements for winners.
One of our goals this year is for every staff member and every student to have 97% attendance for the school year. That calculates out to less than 6 absences for the entire year. Please help us reach this goal by making sure that your child is at school every day that they can!
Thank you for your help in making sure your child is at school every day!
Reading 3D Data
Reading 3D Meeting Powerpoint
The school calendar is located in your child's MOOSE. Please look for school holidays to plan family vacations or trips. Important instruction takes place every day and we don't want your child to miss anything and possibly get behind!
Parent University Offerings
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Title 1 Information
*Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires that each Title I school hold an Annual Meeting of Title I parents within the first 45 days of school for the purpose of...
* Informing you of your school’s participation in Title I.
* Explaining the requirements of Title I
* Explaining your rights and opportunities as parents and families to be involved in your child’s learning and achievement.
* Being a Title I school means receiving federal funding (Title I dollars) to supplement the school’s existing programs. These dollars are used to increase student achievement by…
* Identifying students experiencing academic difficulties and providing timely assistance to help these student’s meet the State’s challenging content standards.
* Purchasing supplemental staff/programs/materials/supplies
* Conducting Family Engagement meetings/trainings/activities
How did our campus become a Title I school?
* Free and Reduced Lunch numbers
Our school is required to have a Family Engagement Policy stating our plan for the year to provide Family Engagement activities for our campus that increases student achievement.
•We are also required to have a Compact. A Compact is a commitment from the school, the parent, and the student to share in the responsibility for improved academic achievement.
•Our Family Policy & Compact are reviewed annually with parents, teachers and staff.