LRE November Newsletter

Built to Lead

Dates to Remember

11/3: Student Holiday

(Class resumes Monday, 11/6)

11/5: Daylight savings time ends

(Move clocks back 1 hour)

11/8: Progress reports sent home

11/10: Veteran’s Day Presentation

11/15: PTA Chalupa Night 5:30 pm

11/14: Principal Coffee Chat 8:00 am

11/14: Thanksgiving Student Luncheon

(Adjusted lunch schedule for the day)

11/20-11/24: Thanksgiving Holiday (school resumes on Monday, 11/27)

*As per PTA, Chalupa night was moved to Nov. 15.

Please note

Big Brother & Big Sister:


(7:20 am-7:40 am)

Breakfast Readers:

Monday-Friday Begins 11/6

(7:20 am-7:40 am)

Running Club:

Tuesday & Thursday

(3:00 pm-3:50 pm)

Ukulele Club:

Begins Tuesday 11/7

(3:00 pm-5:00 pm)

Theatre Club:

Monday & Thursday

3:00 pm-4:30 pm



3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Volleyball Club:

Monday & Wednesday

3:00 pm-3:50 pm

Coding Club:


3:00 pm-4:00 pm

Masterminds Technology Club

Tuesday & Thursday

3:00 pm-3:50 pm

Spelling Bee:


3:00 pm 4:30 pm

Dance Team:

Nov. 27-30


Chess Club:

Tuesday & Wednesday



ü Classroom instruction begins at 7:50 am and dismissal is at 3:00 pm.

ü Latest dismissal release time from the receptionist area is 2:30 pm.

ü Students are encouraged to wear their college shirt every Thursday.

ü Attendance contest: Classes with the best attendance in their grade level will earn a yummy snack at the end of the month! We need everyone's help. Our attendance percentage has already dropped for the year. Please send your child to school every day.

ü Please remember LRE is a Peanut-free & Nut-free Campus.

ü Parents, please schedule your child’s doctor appointments in the afternoon and provide excuses for all absences.

ü Parents, please encourage your child to read daily.

ü Parents, please remind your children to stay seated on the bus at all times.

Nurse Information

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Families are encouraged to lead a healthy lifestyle. Here are five steps your family can follow:

  1. Get active each day
  2. Choose water as a drink
  3. Eat more fruit and vegetables
  4. Switch off the screen and get active
  5. Get 8 hours of sleep each day

Cold and Flu Season

  • Please keep all sick children home from school especially if they are having fever. Your child should be fever free for 24hours without fever reducing medicine before returning to school. If you are unsure –call your health care provider or school nurse for advice. As always seek out your physician if your child is not feeling better and symptoms persist.
  • This year, the Centers for Disease Control advise everyone 6months of age and older to get a flu shot during the months of October and November. Discuss with your doctor whether it is appropriate to get a flu shot.
  • Getting a good night sleep and eating healthy foods will provide your body with the

stamina it needs to get through the day and fight off viruses.

  • We can protect and strengthen our own immunity by eating nutritious foods, taking

daily walks, sleeping 8 –10 hours a night, reducing stress, and smiling daily : )