The BUZZ

What is going on at Laquey Elementary Week of October 11th

Welcome parents, students and community members!

This is our platform that we use to communicate all of the amazing things going on at Laquey Elementary.
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End of the Quarter Awards Assembly

The End of the Quarter Awards Assembly will be on Friday, October 22nd, in the Elementary Gym. Parents are welcome to attend.


Schedule will be:

PreK-1 - 9:00

2nd - 4th - 9:30

5th -6th 10:00

BUZZ Shirts

Your student came home with a BUZZ shirt on Friday. Please encourage your student to wear his/her shirt every Monday (except this week wear on Tuesday).

Attendance

Regular attendance is essential for scholastic success. ALL absences, tardies, and early checkouts will be considered an infraction to the attendance guidelines, and will be used to determine a student’s attendance rate. Every parent or guardian of a child is required to see that their child attends school on a regular basis. (According to Missouri Revised Statutes section 167.031.)

If a child will be absent for any reason, a parent/guardian should notify the school office at (573) 765-2716 ext. 100 by 9:00 am. If the office is not contacted, school personnel may contact parents/guardians. Those experiencing difficulties attending school will receive a series of informational letters encouraging changes in attendance habits.

A student shall be allowed a maximum of eight (8) absences from school during a semester. After three (3), five(5), and seven (7) days of absences a form letter or telephone call will be sent home to inform parents/guardians of the absences. After eight (8) days absent a letter will be sent to a juvenile officer for education neglect.

If a child will be absent for any reason, a parent/guardian should notify the school office at (573) 765-2716 ext. 100 by 9:00 am. If the office is not contacted, school personnel may contact parents/guardians. Those experiencing difficulties attending school will receive a series of informational letters encouraging changes in attendance habits.

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