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LAWRENCE EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER AT #4 SCHOOL (ECC)
Pre-Kindergarten: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Kindergarten: 8:50 am – 3:30 pm
LAWRENCE PRIMARY SCHOOL AT #2 SCHOOL (PS)
School Hours: 8:45 am – 3:25 pm
LAWRENCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AT BROADWAY CAMPUS (ES) Grades 4–6
School Hours: 8:45 am – 3:25 pm
LAWRENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL AT BROADWAY CAMPUS (MS)
Grades 7 - 8
School Hours: 7:48 am – 2:38 pm
LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL (HS)
School Hours: 7:48 am – 2:35 pm
When you receive your child's teacher in August, please click on an image below to access the school supply list for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade for the 2021-2022 school year!
Middle School/High School
I recommend you come to school with a fully charged ChromeBook, a decent Notebook - Binder or folder & something to write with. Your teachers will advise you of what they require for each class.
Find the Smore on your Chromebook under our Lawrence Bookmarks ❤️
First Day Jitters
Grades 7 & 8 Summer Reading Assignment
- 7th and 8th graders get your summer reading done & work on those projects for your ELA teachers - see link below
- Have a great school year !!
Great short stories for back-to-school - all can be read online for FREE
Picture Books are good for you 😁
Transform a space for your child to get homework done better, faster, and more comfortably.
Check this out !! Science news
Common Sense is an independent voice for kids, families, and communities everywhere. We combine original research with game-changing advocacy efforts to make the digital world work better for all kids.
Try to use the word in context 3 times today it will help you to build it into your mind & your vocabulary 😁
Here is a collection of some basic definitions. For lots more definitions, explanations, etc, use search on the website
😎 Look for the School Library Smore's this fall for great reads and so much more 😎
- Keep reading independently all year long - read what interests you - read a graphic novel - read a magazine or newspaper -read a cookbook - read some poetry - read a history book - read an audiobook - exercise that reading muscle daily 😁
- Read to a grown-up, a brother, sister, cousin or friend ... it's good for you & them too !!
- Just 20 minutes everyday and you will be a stronger student in all subject areas
We use Lexile Scores to assess our readers here in the Lawrence school district. You can learn more about the Lexile Framework for Reading by downloading these free resources.
Parents are a child's first teacher, and there are many simple things you can do every day to share the joy of reading while strengthening your child's literacy skills.
Ask these questions before, during, and after a story to encourage your young learner to think about the text in a more in-depth way (it’s OK if your child can’t read independently yet!).
If you’re one of countless people who don’t make a habit of reading regularly, you might be missing out. Reading has a significant number of benefits, and here’re 10 benefits of reading to get you to start reading.
Your guide to reading happiness. Brought to you by your local library & built with 💕 by OverDrive. Personal, and easy to use, Libby is great for users of all ages. Use your library card to download free audio. Listen to books wherever, whenever !!