Lloyd Road School Husky Newsletter
Monthly Dates to Remember
Sept. 30 & Oct. 1: No School Rosh Hashana
2-4: PTO Book Fair (see class schedule below)
7-11: Week of Respect (See Guidance section below for theme day notice)
7-11: iReady diagnostic Reading and Math assessments
9: Yom Kippur
14: School is closed for Columbus Day and teacher in-service
14: Board meeting at Cambridge Park 7PM
16: PTO meeting in cafeteria 9:30 AM
21-25: Violence Awareness Week (See Guidance section below for theme day notice)
21-22: Aberdeen Fire Department visits for Fire safety lessons
(send in permission slip for student participation in fire department smoke simulator)
25: PTO Halloween Dance 7:00-8:15 PM
31:Halloween Parade 1:40 weather permitting (see details below)-No rain date
Updated District Calendar
Lloyd Road's Halloween Parade will take place on Thursday, October 31st, 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 about 15 minutes.
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.
Any parent that may have signed up to help with a classroom party does need to stop by the office to sign in if they will be in the classroom.
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.
Our school counselors are also looking to run classroom lessons as much as they can on various character awareness topics.
Free Symposium on Mental Health/Wellness
On Thursday, October 3, 2019, the Monmouth County Schools Partnership for Wellness (MCSPW) will be hosting its first mental health and wellness symposium at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey. The event is from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM in the Student Life Center on the Lincroft Campus. This event is open to the public but is specifically designed to provide parents/guardians of school-aged children with information and resources available in Monmouth County to support child and adolescent mental health and wellness.
The Monmouth County Schools Partnership for Wellness (MCSPW) is a volunteer consortium of public school districts created to promote mental health and well-being for school community members. Through collaboration with member districts, the Monmouth County Partnership for Wellness strives to enhance awareness regarding mental health and well-being topics, cultivate empathy for individuals who struggle with various types of mental health conditions, and engage school community members in this important work. The goal of this partnership is to share rich, appropriate resources in order to help communities develop timely, sustainable, and systemic initiatives focused on creating stigma-free, inclusive and supportive environments. The MCSPW understands that when individuals receive the care, support, and safety they deserve along with access to sources of resiliency, people are empowered to lead more productive lives as learners and as citizens.
This free event for parents/guardians is being sponsored by the Ocean First Foundation, Hackensack Meridian Health, Monmouth County Education Association, Public Consulting Group, Effective School Solutions and Monmouth County Freeholders.
The evening will begin with a keynote presentation by Alisha De Lorenzo, Interim Deputy Director at Garden State Equality. Delorenzo, a licensed professional counselor trained in integrative mental health model, specializes in working with LGBTQ individuals and their families, trauma, grief, and mental illness. After the keynote presentation, attendees will be able to attend a session of their choice on the following topics:
Topic: Stress & Anxiety
Garden State Equality
Colts Neck Schools/ mindfulschools.org
Topic: Social Media and Substance Abuse
New Jersey Youth Suicide
Prevention Advisory Council
Topic: Talk Saves Lives: An Introduction to Suicide
Society for the Prevention of
Topic: Raising Resilient Kids
In addition to speakers and breakout sessions, parents/guardians will be able to speak with numerous mental health service representatives who provide services in Monmouth County. The following organizations will be present for the event.
Please click below to register for this event and select your breakout sessions.
Lloyd Road PTO
Box Top collections and Reward Programs for 2019-2020
2019-20 Meal Applications
2019-20 Meal Applications due October 18
A NEW MEAL APPLICATION MUST BE FILLED OUT EACH SCHOOL YEAR Applications can be downloaded and lled out. A paper application was sent home with each student on the 1st day of school. Schools will also have a supply of paper applications. Below is information regarding the Free & Reduced Meal Program. A new application must be completed each school year in order to be eligible for Free & Reduced Meals. Please fill out the application if you wish to apply for Free & Reduced Meals.
List all students on the same application, only one application per household is necessary. Return the application to school with your youngest child or email the application to email@example.com by October 18.
Please be reminded that if your child was eligible for meal benefits as of June 24, 2019, he/she will still receive benefits until October 22, 2019. To continue to receive benefits after October 22nd, a new application must be completed, submitted and processed. Detailed information along with the cover letter and applications can be found on food service website. Click here for the link as well.
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.