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November 23, 2022

A message from the School Nurse

  • 'Tis the season for winter flu-bugs and other illnesses, and we are seeing a variety of these illnesses in our community and schools. Please keep your students home if they have signs or symptoms of illness, and call the school office right away to report their absences. You can find more information about our MVSD Illness Policy and Covid-19 Recommendations on our Student Health Services website HERE.
  • Vision/Hearing Screenings (K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th grades)- We performed vision screenings for students in October. Referral letters for students who did not pass their vision screening were handed out at conferences. Thank you to all for encouraging your students to bring their glasses to school every day! Hearing Screening Day is scheduled for December 6.
  • Immunization Compliance is required for school attendance in Washington state. Thank you to all who worked diligently to update your student's record for attendance this year!

Feel free to contact our office or email us if you have any questions about your child's health at school!

Angela MacPherson, MVSD School Nurse & Iva Still, LME Health Room Assistant

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What's Happening

November 24-25: Thanksgiving Break No school

November 28-Dec 7: LME Family Canned Food Drive

December 5: Parent Group Meeting at 6:30PM

December 6: Winter Program Assembly Rehearsal at 2:30pm

December 7: Winter Program Evening Performance at 6:00 PM

December 15: LME PTO :Skate Night 6-8pm @ Burlington Skagit Skate

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Multilingual Families don't forget to sign up using Remind App.

To sign up for the Multilingual Family Remind Class, Please use the class code @lme563

Message from Mrs. Moe

Just want to take a moment to tell you all how "thankful" I am for your support throughout this year and how wonderful it has been to see faces coming into the school.

December 5th is our next Parent Group Meeting at 6:30pm and we will be sharing out the NEW Salmon tank going into the Great Hall. Our 5th grade teachers have been working hard to bring salmon eggs into our school so students could learn about the life cycle of salmon.

Thank you for your support with reading at home! We have several kids that are beginning to receive their first 100 Step Challenge book spine! These are posted on the bulletin board in the school. Every 15min. is a step. So keep reading at home and coloring in steps!

I hope you all have a restful and wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. Stay healthy and I hope to see your students on Monday!

LME Holiday Support and Resources 2022-2023

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Mission and Vision Statement

Students at Little Mountain Elementary have

voice and power in their learning experiences!

At Little Mountain we seek to cultivate student voice by valuing students’ diverse experiences, strengthening family partnerships, and providing high quality teaching.

Our students and families' voices matter.