Lyncrest School Scoop

June 21, 2018

A note from Mrs. Diee

It is hard to believe that our time together this school year has come to an end. It feels like just yesterday, I was welcoming you all back to school!

It has been a wonderful year, full of laughter and learning. I am so grateful to this community for your support and dedication to our children. The teachers and staff at Lyncrest are top notch, and I am impressed daily with their creativity and ability to create engaging lessons. The PTO is incredibly hard-working and goes above and beyond to enrich our school year. Lyncrest is a special place, and I am so fortunate to work with all of you each day.


To our 2018 graduates and parents- I wish you all the best of luck in middle school. You all have a special place in my heart!


See you in September!

~Mrs. Diee

June Character Trait ~ Trustworthiness

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Supply Lists

Please use the link below to access the supply lists for next year.


http://lyncrest.fairlawnschools.org/news/what_s_new/2018-2019_supply_lists

Report Card Distribution

Report cards were sent home in your child's backpack. If you owe any money to the library for missing books, your child's report card will not be sent until those are paid. Please speak with Mrs. Lala in the main office if you do not receive your child's report card.

Summer Reading- A message from Mr. Pankiewicz

The Fair Lawn Language Arts Department is excited to share our Summer Reading Initiative for all students based on feedback from the school community and a partnership with our school and public libraries. By providing students freedom to select their own books (with some professional guidance), we hope to promote an engaging and meaningful summer reading experience for our students.


In short, our aim is to keep students connected to reading habits and comprehension skills that were practiced throughout the school year. However, our ultimate goal is to create an opportunity for students to visit a library or bookstore (in person or through the Internet) as we entice students to read outside of school and to promote life-long reading interests and skills. Let’s not forget, reading is incredibly important. Research suggests that reading a high volume of texts increases reading achievement. When reading becomes a person’s pastime, a new world of high interest enjoyment and skill development emerges.


In Grades 6-11, where students have an actual summer reading assignment, please notice our venture for middle and high school students to create double-entry journal notes on one of their summer reading selections.


In Grade 12, students should prewrite and draft a personal essay in response to one of the 2018-2019 College Common Application Essay Prompts. When seniors enter school in September, the summer writing draft will be collected and assessed as prewriting for the first major essay completed during the first marking period.

In closing, thank you for making summer time for literacy skills. In the Fair Lawn School District, we celebrate as a community of readers and writers!


The formal summer reading assignment that was reviewed in English classrooms in June is linked in the left margin. In addition, please visit the grade-specific links below to see suggested titles provided by our school and public libraries. We encourage parents and guardians to support the student book selection process. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.


Gary Pankiewicz

K-12 Language Arts & Literacy Supervisor

gpankiewicz@fairlawnschools.org

Summer Math Work

Click the link below to access the summer MATH assignments, based on the grade/math class your child will be ENTERING in 2018-19.


Summer Math

Please use the link below to order school supplies through the PTO for next year.

School Supply Order

Beginning May 14th, you can purchase prepackaged school supplies through School tool Box. This year, it will be delivered directly to your home adress. you can also customize your box!

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Coming up...


8/30 Popsicles with the Principal, 2pm (new students and Kindergarten)

9/5 First Day for Students, Grades 1-5

9/6 First Day for Kindergarten

9/27 Back to School Night