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Want to Join the LSAT?

The Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) is a group of elected and appointed members that exists for every DCPS school. The team consists of parents, teachers, non-instructional school staff, a community member, and in some cases students, to advise the principal on...

May 2-6: Teacher Appreciation

It is the time of year when we honor the wonderful Lafayette teachers and staff for all they do year-round for our kids. The HSA is planning events each day and asking that your children bring in some special treats to show their appreciation. Monday, May 2 —...

Attention Bakers!

There are two ways to put your baking skills to good use this week! Send in something sweet to eat on Tuesday, May 3rd in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Volunteers will help collect these items at drop off and set them up in the Teacher’s Lounge with take...

Got Books?

We need them for the Spring Fair! We are collecting books of all kinds to be sold at the used Book Sale at our Spring Fair on Saturday May 7th. Hardbacks, paperbacks, fiction and non-fiction are all welcome. DVDs (please no VHS tapes), audiobooks, music CDs, and video...

Salad Days

Help ensure healthy choices for lunch at the Spring Fair! Please bring your favorite greens, beans, seafood, potato, pasta, fruit (or any other salad for that matter) to sell at the salad table at the Spring Fair. Drop your salads off on May 7th at 11am at the...

4th Graders Rock Battle of the...

A crowd of hundreds filled the Lafayette Big Top Tent this past Thursday for the 4th Annual Lafayette Battle of the Books. This beloved 4th grade tradition  featured 17 teams of avid readers who spent the last two months mastering five books. Last Thursday night, they...

Plant Sale

We’re thrilled to be working with FarmRaiser this Spring, selling a variety of healthy, locally-grown plants to raise money for the HSA. Support Lafayette, enhance your garden, AND get Mom a great Mother’s Day present! Just place your...

HSA Board Nominations 2016-17

The following parents are running for the HSA Board. The election will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2016, at the HSA General Meeting. Proxy ballots will be sent home for those who cannot attend the meeting.* Please click here to read their bios and statements. 1st...

Events

5/7 – SPRING FAIR

Thanks to our neighbors at the Episcopal Center, the Spring Fair is on! It will take place on Saturday, May 7th from 11 a.m to 4 p.m., just a few blocks from Lafayette at the Episcopal Center for Children, at the corner of Utah & Nebraska. Save the date!

5/7 – LAFAYETTE YARD SALE

Please save Saturday, May 7th, for the annual Lafayette Community yard sale!  This date should already be saved on your calendars for the Spring Fair — the yard sale happens the same morning.  Like the Spring Fair, it will be held on the grounds of the...

May 9-13 – Galley Giveback Week

Take a break from cooking this week! Order using the Galley iPhone app or via the Galley website, and Galley will donate 20% back to Lafayette.   Here’s how it works: 1. Sign in or create an account (it’s free). 2. Order up to a week in advance or...

5/19 & 5/26 – Arts Nights

Come see your child’s artwork and listen to each grade perform. Pre-K, K, and 1st grades perform on May 19th and 2nd through 5th will perform on the 26th. More info to come!

6/3 – Coffee Talk w/ Dr. B

Please join Dr. Broquard for her next Coffee Talk on Friday, June 3 at 8:50 am in the Library (Trailer D-102). These monthly coffees are an informal opportunity to chat with the principal about various issues facing the school.

Student Corner

Hoops Teams Feted

The Lafayette Boys and Girls Basketball teams were honored for their hard work and great play this season on April 20th at Wilson High School at the annual Lafayette Basketball Banquet. It is clear that not only are Coach Hover and Coach Johnson great basketball...

Essay Contest Winner

Congratulations to 5th Grader Ellie Sanders! This winter, Ms. Campbell and Mr. Gregal’s classes entered essays into the Letters About Literature Essay contest. Students were asked to read a book, poem, or speech and write to the author (living or dead) about how the...

Latest Cub Facts

See the April edition of Cub Facts, a magazine for the pre-K and Kindergarten students created by 4th and 5th grade students.