This Week At Coolidge
Every student. Every day.
Vision Statement: We promote a passion for learning and a philosophy that puts the needs of children and their education first.
Congratulations to our 4th Graders
We had a wonderful 4th grade celebration and fun clap out! We are excited to be sending our 4th graders off to Riley Upper Elementary. You will always be Coolidge Cougars. Go do great things.
Wednesday, June 22 - Report Cards will be viewable in Parent Connect.
Viewing Report Cards on Parent Connection
After logging into Parent Connection and clicking on a student, if necessary
Navigate to the Student Documents – Report Cards area located in the menu on
The archived report cards will be listed
Click on the Document to the right (piece of paper)
The report card will open as a PDF and can be printed if desired
Summer Habitat Help Needed
Coolidge is in need of volunteers to help water and weed in the habitat
over the Summer. The time commitment is about 15-30 minutes, 1-2 times per
week. If interested, please contact Kellie Stark at
IMPORTANT! Transportation Request for 2022-23
Good Afternoon LPS Families,
As we wrap up the school year, plans are already taking shape for the 2022-2023 school year!
If your child will need transportation next school year, and you are within eligible boundaries for bussing, please see the attachment below, which describes
how to request bus service for next school year for your child(ren). If you are unsure if you qualify for bussing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW this year, parents can request transportation via Parent Connect! We ask that families indicate their need for transportation by July 30, if possible, to assist our
Transportation Department in planning routes for next school year.
If you have a child who will be returning to LPS next school year, but was not registered this school year, watch for communication in mid-August to request transportation as part
of the "enrollment confirmation" process.
Please see the TRANSPORTATION REQUEST INSTRUCTIONS for details and screenshots. Screenshots show step-by-step instructions while using a computer. Cell phone
navigation may vary slightly.
Thank you and we hope you have a wonderful afternoon!
READING OVER THE SUMMER IS SO IMPORTANT. HERE ARE 3 EASY THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP!
Support the 20 minute daily reading policy (at least 5 days a week). This may include students reading to self, reading to someone or being read to.
Have 2-5 minute conversation with their child each day about what was read.
It is highly encouraged that parents will get a library card and check out books on a weekly basis