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Finish Line in Sight + Raffle Winners!

THANK YOU to the entire Lafayette community for a terrific Bear Fund Week! In just one week, we raised over $51,000 for a total of $137,824 for the programs that make our school so special. While we are still short of our $160,000 goal, donations are still rolling in...

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Submissions Due This Friday for Winter Virtual Concert!

Winter Magic Virtual Concert Back by popular demand! The Winter Magic Virtual Concert is an opportunity for all Lafayette students to submit a video of their talents to Ms. Gemar or Mr. Brockman! The concert link will be released at 6:00pm on Friday, December 16th! If you would like...

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Book Fair is this week!

The Lafayette Book Fair is this week, December 5-9. The fair will be in the library and open to students during the school day, and to families from 3:15-4:30, Monday through Thursday. The online book fair will run from now until December 14th, which is a great option for out-of-stock books and out-of-state family! Class schedules...

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Winter FLEX Registration Opens This Monday!

Flex registration opens Monday, December 12th at 5 PM Flex registration closes January 9th at 11:59 PM   Please view this flyer for the Winter 2023 schedule and course descriptions.  Visit WWW.FLEXACADEMIES.COM and select enroll now to register. 

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Cookies and Coding This Saturday, December 10!

Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students and an adult family member are invited to Cookies and Coding on Saturday December 10th from 10am until noon at Lafayette Elementary. Come learn all about coding at this fun, free and informative event! Students, accompanied by an adult family member, will enjoy some cookies and...

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Community Notices

  Do you know that our very own Peace Teacher is also a children’s book author? Ms. Ryden has written six books based on some of the lessons that they learn in Peace Class.  Lessons are about brain science, kindness, mindfulness, communication, worry, anxiety, sleep and gratitude. All of...

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Lost and Found at the Book Fair

The Lafayette lost and found bins are brimming with forgotten or misplaced items. To help you reunite with clothing, water bottles, and more that your student is missing, the bins will be located by the book fair site during the event. Please check for any items that belong to your...

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Smartphones and Social Media: Why Waiting Is Best

SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, JANUARY 10th 7pm via Zoom “Smartphones and Social Media: Why Waiting Is Best (and What to Do If You Didn’t) – A Presentation for Parents”    Before you buy your elementary or middle schooler a smartphone, you’ll want to hear this presentation. One of the biggest sources of...

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Black Lives Matter Year of Purpose Resources

Following up on the HSA General meeting I promised to share the monthly resources the Racial Equity Committee is sharing with teachers as part of our third Black Lives Matter Year of Purpose. This month our Black Lives Matter Year of Purpose theme is Empathy. We are going to focus on...

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Thank you Lafayette Gives Back Volunteers

Lafayette Gives Back is sending a huge thank you to all our volunteers who helped with our fall volunteer activities. Shout outs go to coat drive volunteers: Kerry Cassidy Lapin Tanya Covington Jessica Jones  Ami Levy Nicole Majestic   Anu Mullick  Jessica Wang  Rachel Zuraw  Catherine Bye And special thanks...

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