Loudenslager ES Newsletter
The mission of the Paulsboro School District is to work with students, parents, educators, and community to develop excellence in education while preparing each student to be viable and productive citizens in society. Our goal is to develop the unique potential of the whole student by creating a challenging and diverse learning climate that prepares students for the 21st Century and is rich in tradition and pride.
- January 1st - Happy New Year! - No School
- January 2nd - Winter Break - No School
- January 3rd - School Resumes
- January 12th - Character Color Day - Orange For Fairness
- January 16th - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School
- January 20th - One World Festival
- January 23rd - Winter I-Ready Testing Starts
- January 27th - End of 2nd Marking Period
- January 30th - Start of 3rd Marking Period
- January 30th - Class Picture Day
Character Trait of the Month - Fairness
The Character Counts Trait of the Month for January is FAIRNESS!
Throughout the month of December our students will have lessons about Citizenship embedded in their regular classroom instruction, will participate a Character Counts Assembly on Thursday January 12th and will be asked to wear ORANGE on as part of our monthly Character Color Day Program!
We are extremely excited to begin our Character Counts Program this school year, and encourage parents to contact our School Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Marcelina Guzman for any additional information regarding this program!
Loudenslager One World Festival
Loudenslager is proud to announce the return of our One World Festival, which will take place on Friday January 20, 2023. As part of this program students will be researching various aspects of their assigned country and will create a presentation to be displayed at our Festival. This work will be completed during Technology and STEAM Classes starting in December.
On the date of the festival we will decorate the Loudenslager All-Purpose Room with the presentations and each class will have the opportunity to visit and see the projects completed by the other classrooms.
We are excited to resume this fun and educational Loudenslager Tradition this year. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Loudenslager STEAM Teacher, Rebecca Richardson at email@example.com.
Winter Parent Conferences
Winter Parent Conferences for Loudenslager Elementary School will be conducted in-person on Thursday February 2, 2023 (1:30 PM - 3:00 PM), and Friday February 3, 2023 (1:30 PM – 3:00 PM).
Loudenslager Elementary School utilizes the Online Parent Conference Sign-Up System through the Genesis Parent Portal. If a Parent-Teacher conference has been requested, please follow the directions below to register for a time slot using your Genesis Parent Portal Account. The portal will open for parents to register for a timeslot on Friday January 6, 2023. There are a limited number of appointment times available for a given teacher, so we recommend that you sign up early to ensure your preferred time and date.
Directions for Online Conference Set-Up
Access The Genesis Parent Portal Via https://parents.genesisedu.com/paulsboro
Login Using the Username and Password you were sent via email.
(If you are unsure of your Username and Password please contact the main office at 856-423-2228)
Select the Conferences Tab under Student Data on the Main Parent Portal Screen
Click on Schedule Conference for Fall Parent Conferences (2022)
Select a time slot by clicking on the Reserve Button under your preferred conference time.
If you have any difficulty selecting a time slot, please contact the Loudenslager Main Office at 856-423-2228 or your child’s teacher. We thank you for your cooperation and look forward to seeing you at Parent Conferences!
STAR Students of the Month - November 2022
Loudenslager Elementary School would like to acknowledge those students who were chosen as the STAR Students of the Month for November 2022. STAR Students of the Month are selected by classroom teachers because they demonstrate Responsibility, Respectfulness, and a Positive Attitude while learning at school.
3rd Grade: Kenya Hutchins, De'Mi Ealy, Jayden Medina, Tala Agha, Victoria Flores
4th Grade: Layla Thomas, A'Laysia Johnson, Laila Talley
5th Grade: Shanik Padua, Arthur Griffin, Kayden Paynter,
6th Grade: John Devine, Robert Thornton, Maria Torres, Javan Bagby, Jeniel Cotto-Cruz, London Wilson
Special Area Students of the Month - November 2022
Each month Loudenslager Elementary School acknowledges students who shine in their respective Special Area Classes of Technology, STEAM, Physical Education, General Music, Art, and Instrumental Music. These students are selected by each Special Area Teacher because of their effort, excitement, and willingness to learn new skills!
Technology: Jionni Robinson, Karlie Nickel, Lydia-Rae Phillips, Darrell Ealy, Nicholas Clegg
Instrumental Music: Heba Borkoko, Mariah Campbell, Kayden Kato
Art: Daphne Pigford, Octavia Hobgen, Jaliyia Rone, Anthony Torres
Physical Education: Khalil Streeter, Josciah Brown, Danaizah Graham
STEAM: Tala Agha, Dymere Thomas, Yaziah Williams, Jessica Nye
General Music: Jakai Davis, Arielys Muniz-Hilerio, Shanik Padua, Amaya Archer
Loudenslager Winter Concert
Loudenslager Music Classes and Band Students worked hard throughout the Fall to put together a wonderful Music Concert in December!
JOY Program Holiday Craft Night!
Students and parents involved in the Loudenslager JOY Program participated in a Holiday Craft Program in December!
5th Grade Field Trip to the Camden Aquarium!
5th Grade students went under the sea at the Camden Aquarium on a field trip in December!
Loudenslager Winter Concert
JOY Program Holiday Craft Night!
Ms. Silvia's Class Supports Local Rescue!
Ms. Silvia's class learned about the story of a dog Lucky who had been abandoned and was in need of support after being rescued by a local organization. As a class the students chose to make a donation to the rescue organization in lieu of classroom gifts.
1st MP - Honor Roll Breakfast
Loudenslager Elementary School welcomed back parents to honor our 1st Marking Period Honor Roll students in early December!
Holidays Around The World
Mrs. Roberts class completed a Holiday Around the World research project. Students learned about the many different foods, traditions, and other special events that occur in various countries during the holiday season!