LVIS Family Newsletter
October 29, 2021
The Importance of Being on Time to School
The occasional unexpected rough morning, traffic, or forgotten lunch box happens to all of us. It’s when these mornings go from occasional and unexpected to frequent and routine that tardiness becomes a problem. When students arrive late to class, it can disrupt the flow of a class discussion, distract other students, and impede on learning. It is important for students to be on time to class everyday.
As a reminder, school starts promptly at 7:45am. If you arrive after 7:45am, please drive your child to the front of the building. Your child will be counted tardy. Our doors are closed and locked in Viking Hall after 7:45am. There is not an adult in the back of the building to let them inside. Thank you for your cooperation with this!
Don't Forget Your Water Bottles
October Super Star Awards
On Friday, we celebrated our October Super Stars! Every month, each classroom will have a Super Star and Super Citizen. These awards are based on academics, hard work, effort and outstanding citizenship. The students are recognized for their efforts with a certificate, medal, and lunch with the principal. This month Super Stars and Supers Citizens are Te’A, Lilah, Wesley, Travis, Joseph, Lucas, Eli, Lucy, Haley, Danni, Weldon, Ryker, Enzo, Nathan, Aric, William, Usbaldo, Coen, Kia, Jake, Gracyn, Tyler, Emmanuel, Lennox, and Brooke. Congratulations, our vikings are amazing!
Annual Registration Forms
This Week's Happenings
If you have a child in 4th grade, you may have heard your son or daughter practicing their script for the living wax museum. This week, many of our 4th graders participated in the living wax museum by delivering their "auto-biographies". Their speeches and costumes were incredible! Our students really came alive as their "wax figure."