Lion Pride Updates

2/19/21 Volume 2 (25)

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Celebrating February- Black History Month

“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.” -Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father was a pro basketball player, which inspired Kobe Bryant to become one as well. In high school, Bryant was awarded as the best basketball player. He decided not to go to college but continue to pursue his dreams of becoming a professional basketball player. At the age of seventeen, Bryant was drafted into the Charlotte Hornets then later traded for the Los Angeles Lakers. At the age of eighteen, he started his first National Basketball Association (NBA) season. He won five NBA championships with the LA Lakers and two gold Olympics medals throughout his professional basketball career. On January 26, 2020, Bryant and his daughter passed away from a helicopter accident that shocked the world. Still today, Kobe Bryant is known to be the most famous basketball player in NBA history.

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After School STEM Program for 3rd - 5th Graders

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Valentine's STEAM Project Recording from 2/12

If you missed it, the recording is availabe in teh video gallery on our website:

Send a Pawsitivity note to a Teacher or Staff

Take a minute to thank a teacher or staff:

Pawsitivity ROARs in You Award

Important Dates (Every Week: College Wear Wednesday and Spirit wear Friday)

3/1- SSC @ 2:30

3/5- Minimum Day (School ends at 9:45 AM and 12:45 PM, for the respective cohorts)

3/10, 4/7, 4/28, 5/19, 6/9- Band/Strings In-Person Office Hours from 1 - 2 PM in front of MPR

3/29 ~ 4/2- Spring Break

Click here for School Calendar./

Student Parent Tutorials

Student/Parent Tutorials - There are various tutorials on Google apps.

Notice that there is a second tab on the bottom for other tabs, such as Flipgrid and Canvas.

Mental Health Services

PYLUSD Mental Health Services

Outreach Concern hotline (low cost counseling): 800-4-Concern

CareSolice (search engine for finding counseling): 888-515-0595