Last week we had a our big kick off for One Book, One School! This year, we are reading "The One and Only Ivan" by Katherine Applegate and illustrated by Patricia Castelao. One of our 5th Graders acted out part of the book for the school at our assembly. Have you seen the movie or read the book before?
Dates to Remember as of 2/28:
DATES TO REMEMBER for 2/24/2022:
We're sending a great big 'Thank You!' to all HVS bus drivers and transportation staff today. Not only do they travel a combined 7,000 miles every day to get our students safely to and from school, field trips and sporting events, they also go above and beyond to support HVS families with their Angel Tree project every year. #HVSProud
All Huron Valley Schools are closed tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 18, due to weather and road conditions. School resumes Wednesday, Feb. 23, after winter break. Enjoy your snow day!
Register for Broncos Football / Cheer!
DATES TO REMEMBER:
-February 12 – Kids Heart Challenge
-February 18 - School Wide Pajama Day
-February 18 – 5th Grade Can Drive (drop off from
-February 21 & 22 - No School, Mid-Winter Break
-March 1 – March is Reading One School, One Book Kick-off.
-March 15 – Kindergarten Orientation (Welcome Class of 2035)
First Graders in Mrs. Currie's class investigated sounds and vibrations in science.
They created sounds with different objects as instruments (rubber bands, rulers, tin pans and balloon drums). and observed how the instruments make sound when different parts of it vibrate.
DATES TO REMEMBER:
February 7 – Board Meeting
February 8 – Early Release Day
February 9 – Count Day
February 12 – Kids Heart Challenge
February 21 & 22 - No School, Mid-Winter Break
Congratulations January's students of the month for going above and beyond!
All Huron Valley Schools will remain closed tomorrow Thursday, Feb. 3, due to weather and road conditions. Be safe and have fun!
No need to wear your PJs inside out or sleep with a spoon under your pillow. Due to the forecast of heavy snow, tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 2, is a snow day! Check your email for a letter from Dr. Salah and enjoy the day off!
Our 5th graders will be headed to camp soon!
If you have cans or bottles you would like to donate they will be collecting on Friday, February 18th from 3-5 with a drive-thru drop off in the parking lot near the water tower.
Early drop-offs can be brought to Lakewood Elementary anytime prior to the event. There is a blue recycle bin by the schools front doors for any donations.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much, we appreciate any and all donations!
Meatloaf, the paper T-Rex, has joined Lakewood's art classes. He is making lots of new friends this week! 🦖
During the snowstorm, Allen's room made their own! While, learning about science and weather, the students made their very own snowstorm in a jar.
Last week’s students acknowledged for demonstrating S.O.A.R. Values! Great job Lakewood Hawks for getting caught being good! Congratulations to these
students as well as all the others who were given a ticket last week.
This is a photo of Mrs. Segura's 2nd grade class when they made cards for the Hospital Heroes.
Has your child mentioned S.O.A.R. to you? Show Pride & Respect, Obtain Goals, Act Responsibly, Remember Safety (S.O.A.R.) are our school guidelines to make sure everyone is being the best Lakewood Hawk they can be. All staff members carry SOAR tickets and pass them out to any student that they
observe throughout the building showing leadership or SOAR qualities. The students then put their name on the ticket and place it in a box in their centrum. We have weekly prizes as well as whole school goals and prizes. Currently the students are working towards a hat day they will earn once 500 tickets have been earned. It's wonderful to see their joy when they are caught doing something good and immediately rewarded with a SOAR ticket. It really makes good behavior contagious! The 10 names that were pulled this week for the morning announcements were: Evelyn Mazzara, Veida Irvine, Bailey Wilson. Cam Robins, Jack Reiher, Ella St. Clair, Laura Hughes, Brooklyn Sprague, Raylynn Hatig and Emma Hopkins. Congratulations to these students as well as all the others who were given a ticket this week.
Kindergarten got to explore color mixing with fluorescent paint this week in art class under the black lights purchased by our amazing PTA.