August 20, 2020
Wednesday, September 2nd
Classes begin at 10:50am
Monday, September 7th
Additional Supply Pickup
Mrs. Shaffer’s STEM Update
Greetings! I wanted to send an update to let you know that we will still be working on STEM projects and coding this year, to the best of our abilities. If you picked up your materials last week, there was a Mystery Challenge Bag for each student. If you didn’t receive one, please let me know and I will make one that you can pick up for your child. I will be meeting with classes during their morning meetings, or science times, once each week while we’re online . For our first meeting, we’ll be talking about the design process and what they made for their challenge. You can share pictures of their creations with me through email, Seesaw, or Schoology.
In the meantime, if you are looking for some more STEM activities you can do at home, check out this list: 77 STEM Activities for Families
I look forward to continuing our STEM work this year.
News from the LEES Library
Longmont Estates digital library is available for all students and staff and contains thousands of ebooks and audiobooks in many different reading and interest levels. It is available for personal reading as well as whole-class reading.
Please click here for information on how to use the digital library Sora.
myOn Reader gives Pre-K–12 students access to thousands of enhanced digital titles—fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, and more—at a wide range of reading levels, in English and Spanish!
Please click here for login instructions.
Permanent Art Display Winners
Every year, Mrs. Wonnacott invites LEE students in grades K-5 to highlight their talents and participate in the Permanent Art Display Competition.
The 2019-2020 winners are:
Kindergarten: Easton S.
1st Grade: Eleanor L.
2nd Grade: Reese W.
3rd Grade: Greta S.
4th Grade: Jayden C-F.
5th Grade: Chloe W.
The winning entries are on display throughout the school.
Welcome to the Counseling Office
Through my partnership with students, parents, and teachers I aim to provide students with all the skills they need to be successful, academically, socially, and emotionally. I work with students by providing whole class lessons, in small groups to target specific skills, and individually to provide further support. My goal is ensure all students feel confident in themselves to set and attain goals, seek help when needed, and advocate for themselves and others. I am excited to be working with this community in any platform. Please reach out!
MaryAnn Spence, Counselor
St. Vrain Valley Schools has implemented a number of protocols to ensure that students continue to receive nutritious meals during school closures while maintaining high standards for health and safety.
Longmont Estates will offer a curbside meal program. Student meals will be served from 11-12:30 Monday through Friday and a sack lunch and breakfast will be offered daily.
A student ID number will be needed to pick up meals at the curbside stops. Meals will be "no charge" for any student who qualifies for the 2020-21 free and reduced meal program and all other student meals will cost $5.00 for lunch and breakfast for the following day.
Families may complete a new free and reduced lunch application at https://www.myschoolapps.com for this school year. Paper applications are also available upon request.
Box Tops for Education
The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state-of-the-art technology to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to our school's earnings online.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
Milk Caps for Moola
Since 2014, over $300,000 has been donated back to participating schools through the Milk Caps for Moola program. Schools are free to spend these funds as they wish: for good behavior rewards, special sports equipment, and field trips. Collect caps from your family or your neighbors.
It's fun and easy to collect milk bottle caps and earn money for our school.
For more information, or to sign up for delivery, visit LongmontDairy.com/caps.