Lane Intermediate Community Message
August 23, 2019 Patriot Pride @LaneWAWM
Sept 3 -- First Day of School
If students are eating breakfast, they will enter at 7:20 am and sit in the cafe to eat. If students are not eating breakfast, proceed to designated door locations.
6th - north doors
7th - garden doors
8th - cafe doors
All sixth graders will enter the building with staff and proceed to the auxiliary gym to start their day. Students will be welcomed by staff and assisted by WEB leaders. This process will be reviewed at 6th grade orientation on Aug 29th.
7th and 8th Grade:
Upon entering the building, students will proceed to the first hour class on their schedule. Students do not go to base group first hour.
No schedule? Not sure where to go?
Outside of the main office, we will have a schedule station and staff on hand to help. Mrs. Skonecki, Mr. Malin, and Mrs. Piotrowski will be available.
WEB Sixth Grade Orientation -- Aug 29 7:45 am - 12:00 pm
We are very excited that your child will be attending Lane Intermediate School and
we look forward to meeting your student on Orientation Day. You may not know with it being only the second year, but our school participates in the nationwide Where Everyone Belongs, WEB, Program, an organization whose sole purpose is to help sixth graders feel more comfortable as well as help them achieve success in their first year of middle school.
The WEB sixth grade orientation and transition program is designed to both welcome
and support sixth graders by assigning them an 8th grade WEB Leader as a mentor
during this first year. This WEB Leader is a responsible 8th grader who was hand
selected from a pool of applicants and has met the qualifications of being a
good role model and a positive leader on our campus.
Following is some information to let you know what you and your student can expect in advance of their first day of school.
1) Please have your Patriot join us at Lane on August 29th from 7:45-12:00;
2) A day or two before orientation your child will also receive a phone call from their WEB Leader personally inviting your child to orientation day and giving the details of where to be and what time;
3) Your child is encouraged not to bring backpacks, purses or other like items as
the day is quite active;
4) Because the day is active, please make sure that your child wears comfortable
clothing that does not restrict movement.
This is a student only function so we encourage you to let your child attend on their own.
We look forward to meeting you and your student on orientation day!
The WEB Coordinators - Kyle Malin, Joe Kloiber, and Lauren Hibbard
If you have any questions please contact Kyle Malin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students -- Morning Routine
Students that would like to have breakfast can enter the cafe doors at 7:20am. They can sit and have a meal. They will be released to classes at 7:35am.
Students that are not eating will proceed to their designated locations. They will be entering the building at 7:35 am. These locations will have grade level teachers present to assist students.
Students will enter the building via the north end doors.
Students will enter the building via the garden doors.
Students will enter the building via the cafe doors.
All students are expected to be in classes and ready to learn by 7:45 am.
In the case of inclement weather, 6th grade students can enter the building and wait in the main gym, and 7th and 8th grade students can enter the building and wait in the auxiliary gym. If students would like to eat breakfast, they will be sitting in cafe.
We are quickly approaching the start of the school year. I have enjoyed having an opportunity to meet so many of you at forms and fees or when you have stopped into Lane.
The start of the school year is so exciting - my own 8th grade daughter is anxiously waiting to see old friends, meet new, and get all of her school supplies into her locker. So, I understand how we are all ready for the “routine” of school to return.
Please, follow our newsletter and read our twitter feeds, @LaneWAWM, as we actively share information with families. In working collaboratively with staff these last couple of days, I am excited for students and parents to return to school.
Please, take a moment to introduce yourself and welcome these faces to Lane.
We have been looking at traffic patterns and in order to improve traffic flow, we have new designated parking and access to our parking lot.
The parking spaces in front of the building will be open for visitors and/or parents who need to assist their child inside the school building.
Please, use the north lot driveway to access Lane.
Staff will park in the north lot.
Traffic Safety Guidelines
Traffic Guidelines: In order to increase safety and traffic flow, please follow the traffic guidelines for drop off and pick up.
Drop off / Pick up Suggestions: Here are some HELPFUL REMINDERS regarding student pick-up and drop-off:
Ride the bus if your child is eligible.
Pick up and drop off is on 109th St.
The parking lot is used for parents who need to assist their child inside the school building.
Keep students safe! Please exercise safe driving habits and caution while in the parking lot.
Pedestrians have the right away in the crosswalk.
If the weather looks like students should not be outside, information will be posted by the cafe entrance to verify whether students will be inside or outside before school starts. During “inside days” students will wait in the auxiliary gym until 7:35 am.
Students must exit the building by 3:10pm, unless they are working with and/or supervised by a school staff member after 3:10pm.
Congratulations -- Seija
Huntsville, AL – Seija Freiberg of West Allis, WI recently attended Space Academy at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, home of Space Camp®, Space Camp® Robotics™, Aviation Challenge®, U.S. Cyber Camp® and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s Official Visitor Center.
The weeklong educational program promotes science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while training students and with hands-on activities and missions based on teamwork, leadership and problem solving.
This program is specifically designed for trainees who have a passion for space exploration. Seija spent the week training with a team that flew a simulated space mission to the International Space Station (ISS), the Moon or Mars. The crew participated in experiments and successfully completed an extra-vehicular activity (EVA), or spacewalk. Seija and crew returned to earth in time to graduate with honors.
Washington DC 2020
Please come to the informational meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 7 pm in the cafeteria, to learn about the 2020 7th & 8th grade trip to Washington, DC!
This fantastic tour to Washington, DC on September 23 - 26, 2020, will be an unforgettable learning experience of a lifetime. The trip is being coordinated by Brightspark Travel, and the tour coordinator will be on-site to answer questions and talk about the trip. Please come and learn more about this amazing trip and fundraisers being planned to help off-set the cost of the trip. There is NO obligation for your student to attend the trip if you attend the informational meeting.
Can't make it to the information meeting, but are interested in learning more about the trip? Please contact Heather Rausch (email@example.com), the Lane parent coordinator to Brightspark Travel, and information regarding the trip will be provided to you after the meeting.
Parent guide to viewing child’s information on Skyward
Go to > www.wawm.k12.wi.us
Click on Quick Link > SKYWARD.
Enter > Login and Password.
Note: If you do know login and password information,
please click on “Forgot your Login/Password?”
If you have questions regarding this information, contact the School Main Office at 414-329-6600.