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Bylaws Revision Vote: Come to the HSA General Meeting at 6:30 Tonight

Tonight the HSA will be reviewing and voting on proposed bylaw changes and we need your input! Please see the draft bylaws here. The goals of the bylaw revisions are: Smaller executive board, focused on overall governance and fiduciary responsibility Creation of standing committees with responsibility to implement fundraising, community...

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A Message from Dr. B

Dear Lafayette Families – Welcome back from Spring Break! I hope everyone had a beautiful and restful week. We are in the homestretch of the school year. The last 8 weeks of the school year are always packed with amazing events, performances, celebrations, and fun. Currently, we are in...

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Revised HSA By-Laws for Review

In an attempt to streamline its work and increase volunteer opportunities that are more manageable in terms of time commitment, the HSA board has revised its by-laws and operating procedures. Among other changes, it will be proposing a smaller board for next year and delegating more work to HSA...

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Engraved Brick Sale Ends TODAY

Today is the LAST DAY to order a commemorative brick to be installed before the end of this school year, so don’t miss your chance to support the HSA while getting that perfect gift for: Rising or graduating Fifth Graders Thanking Teachers and Staff Celebrating your child’s first year...

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HSA Board Meeting Next Week: Proposal for a Smaller Board

Happy Spring! First, we want to thank everyone who attended and supported our auction, Diplomatic Ties. It was a wonderful evening and we want to express our sincere thanks to our auction co-chairs Lara Kline and Chris Lisi and all auction volunteers for such a successful evening. Thanks to...

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District Officials Propose Steps to Improve Traffic Safety

Suggestions Include Signage, Eliminating Bus Stops, Rerouting E6 District government officials proposed increased traffic safety measures around the school and a potential plan to re-route city buses off Broad Branch Road during a meeting last week with Lafayette parents and community members. The meeting, organized by Councilmember Brandon Todd’s...

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