LES Owl News

Week of Feb 8th

Important Upcoming Events

2/9 ~ School Board Meeting - Click Here at 6pm

2/12 ~ NO SCHOOL - Teacher Inservice

2/15 ~ NO SCHOOL - Presidents Day

2/23 ~ Boosterthon Dance Fit kick Off

2/26 ~ Early Release

3/4 ~ Boosterthon Dance Fit Challenge Day

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Litchfield Elementary School 20/21 Year Book Information

Click Here for More Information about our Year Book


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Owls Dance Fit Challenge

Litchfield families!


We’re only 2 weeks away from our Owls Dance Fit! Our goal is to raise $15,000 for our playground continuation project.


Here is a quick video overview of our fundraising program.


Also, here are a few things to know about this important fundraiser:

  • All families can support our school by either donating, sharing on funrun.com, or both Students can receive rewards when parents share from funrun.com

  • All students get to participate in the Event day, regardless of financial participation

  • This fundraiser comes with an incredible character development program for students where they’ll be learning about the importance of teamwork, care, courage, grit and celebration


We are working hard to make this fundraiser safe, fun, and successful for everyone!


Key dates to remember:

  • Donating Opens - 2/16

Register on FUNRUN.COM, SHARE, & GIVE!

  • Fundraiser Kick Off - 2/23

  • Event Day - 3/4


Thank you for working with us to make our school stronger. We are grateful for your support! ~ Sponsored by LES PTSA

CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE - Corner

Developing Self-Control in adults and children


Self-control is an act of love and a choice you must make again and again. Becoming aware of your own thoughts and feelings is a major accomplishment and the first step toward self-control. Parents who have mastered self-control are able to do the following:


  • Focus on what they want the child to accomplish.

  • Celebrate the child’s successes and choices.

  • See situations from the child’s perspective, as well as their own.

  • Creatively teach the child how to communicate her wishes and frustrations with words, in an acceptable manner.

  • Hold the child accountable to those teachings.


An adult who has developed their own self-control, no longer relies on the “Do-as-I-say, not-as-I-do” syndrome that we all disliked growing up. Instead, they’re able to teach and look at life through a lens of love.


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The LES Spirit Store is up and running!

Show your school spirit AND help raise money for our school!


Orders will be delivered to LES and sent home with your student. LES PTSA will coordinate with DLA families on spirit wear pickup.


YOU MUST PUT YOUR CHILDS NAME AND TEACHER NAME IN THE NOTE SECTION WHEN YOU ORDER. OTHERWISE WE DO NOT KNOW WHO ORDERED THE SHIRT.


Follow the link to order :-) https://www.azsbt.com/litchfield

Make sure to use code LES2020 at checkout (this ensures you will not be charged for shipping).


Have questions? Email the PTSA at lesptsa@gmail.com