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January Cub Facts is here!

Attention Pre-K and Kindergarten friends (and all of you who are young at heart and want to have some fun)! 4th and 5th Grade students have worked hard to create another exciting Cub Facts for you to enjoy. You’ll find poems, stories, jokes, and many different activity pages to complete. You can...

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Use Amazon Smile and Support Lafayette

Do you use Amazon? Do you love your prime membership? Just use the below URL to enter Amazon every time you shop, and Amazon will make a donation to Lafayette Home And School Association.

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Transition Lunch Bunches for Kids Today!

Student lunch bunches will be held today Tuesday  to help support students who may be transitioning to a new classroom, students who are working through the idea of going back, or would just like to talk a little more about staying virtual.   Tuesday 1/26 @12:00 pm for Grades...

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Safety Protocols Parent Huddle Presentations and Recordings

ReOpening Safety Protocols Parent Huddle Thanks to everyone who joined us Thursday evening to learn more about the safety protocols, COVID testing, and COVD response as we gear up to open in a week! If you missed the huddle or would like to have access to the slides, the...

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Lafayette LSAT Recommendation on the DCPS Proposal to Either Reduce Pre-K Classrooms or Move the Pre-K Program to the Military Road School

Executive Summary (see link for entire letter): While we appreciate DCPS’ efforts to address enrollment growth issues at Lafayette, the Local School Advisory Team must emphasize that the process of notification, community engagement, and information flow around the rollout of the proposal has been incredibly detrimental to our ability...

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The spelling bee starts Monday, 1/25!

It’s time for Lafayette’s annual spelling bee!  Instead of a live bee, we’ll be using Scripps’ official online testing platform.  Students in grades three through five have between Monday, January 25 and Thursday, January 28 to take the test.  The students with the three top scores will advance to the cluster bee...

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ReOpen Next Steps – Parent Huddle Tonight

ReOpen Next Steps – 1/21/21 We are truly at the dawning of a new day – we have a new president, a new vice president, and we’re only days away from reopening schools in person.  Below is pertinent information to keep you up to date: Waitlist and in person...

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News from the Art Room

This is a great time to take stock of your child’s art supplies before we go into a new semester and some of your children go back into the building! They will still need their own personal supplies for art:)   Important: Please make sure your child has a 9X12...

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Parent Huddle “Office Hours” Tonight at 6:30 pm

This evening we will have an open “office hours” Parent Huddle.  I will be answering any questions about the ReOpen Models and student selection.  However, I will not be sharing any new information.  If you feel confident in your knowledge of ReOpening so far, no need to join us! ...

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Thank you for supporting the book fair!

Our book fair was very different this year, but our community still showed up to support literacy!  Thank you to everyone who promoted the book fair to friends and families, and many thanks for everyone who purchased books.  Together, we raised $1,683.20 to expand our classroom libraries! I owe...

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