Larimore Parent Newsletter

Week of 10/05/2020

Parent Forum Recording

Thank you for joining us for our first parent forum. We will host one parent forum following each Hazelwood Board Meeting. If you missed the parent forum, you can view the video below by clicking the blue link.


Parent Forum #1 Video Recording

Link to Board Documents

AimsWeb Testing

On Tuesday, October 6, 2020, the 2nd and 3rd graders will be taking the Aimsweb Plus benchmark. Please understand that this test is not a test of intelligence or for a grade but rather a test to gather data on where your child is currently. The data from this test will help us plan and guide instruction for your child this year. With that being said, please encourage your child to do the best that they can on their own. Please do not help them with any portion of the test once logged in. click the links below for step by step instructions to help your child log into the assessment.


How to log into Test Nav


On Tuesday, October 6, 2020, the 2nd and 3rd graders should still log in to the class as they would a normal day. The teacher will take attendance and then review the directions and steps for logging in to the test. During the time of 9:30-11:00, your child is expected to complete both the reading comprehension and vocabulary tests. Classes that complete both tests will receive a shout out in the afternoon announcements. Please look for login information from your child's teacher.

Food Giveway

Please plan to pick up a free basket of food from Larimore every Wednesday starting in October from 4:30-7:30. Hope to see you there!

Community Resources

  1. CARES Act Housing Funds

Rent and Mortgage assistance is available for qualifying residents of St. Louis City and St. Louis County through the CARES Act.

To see if you qualify, please complete the online application: https://www.211helps.org/cares-apply/


2. Accelerated Training Programs through Workforce Solutions

Workforce Solutions has released its October 2020 list of accelerated training programs offered at St. Louis Community College.

These non-credit courses provide fast track, concentrated opportunities to skill up and enter in-demand jobs quickly.

Many of the programs are eligible for full funding for eligible students.

For more information: https://stlcc.edu/programs-academics/accelerated-job-training/


3. Show Me Hope Helpline

Show Me Hope is a federally funded crisis counseling program, offering free coping and resiliency skills education, disaster preparedness and response education, and referrals to community resources. Contact: 314-747-7492

Distribution Days this Week

Distribution Days

If your student still needs Building Futures project materials please plan to pick up on the following dates. Fourth grade has opted out of the program and will not need materials.


Also, If you have a Kindergarten - 3rd grader, please pick up a math manipulative kit from Larimore on the following dates.


Monday 10/2/2020 fro 2-4 pm

Y Enrichment Program

The Emerson YMCA is providing daily learning support Monday -Friday 7am-6pm. State daycare payments are accepted and additional discounts will apply for HSD families. Register and learn more at www.gwrymca.org/YEP