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Join our Exciting Summer Reading Challenge!
As summer vacation quickly approaches, I am thrilled to announce our highly anticipated Summer Reading Challenge! Reading is not only a gateway to endless knowledge and imagination but also a thrilling adventure that can take us to magical realms and extraordinary places. With this in mind, we encourage our young readers to embark on a literary journey over the summer break.
The Summer Reading Challenge invites students to read at least 16 books over the summer. They can read whatever they like – from picture books and chapter books, to magazines or graphic novels, audiobooks and more.
Your child will receive a packet of information during the last week of school that includes a bingo board filled with fun, summer reading-related activities, and an empty bookcase for them to fill in the titles of the books they read during summer break.
When we return in August, your child should turn in their completed summer reading form to their new teacher. Every reader who successfully completes the challenge and submits their form will be invited to our Summer Reading Party, where we will celebrate reading with a free book, frozen treats, and a chance to win some awesome raffle prizes!
We hope that this Summer Reading Challenge will ignite passion for reading and help your child embark on extraordinary reading adventures this summer.
Ms. Jessica Steinbauer
LES Library SpecialistMore
Register for Spanish Classes for the 23-24 school year
FULL-IMMERSION SPANISH CLASSES FOR STUDENTS AT LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. Students learn Spanish through games, songs, stories, and art projects. Classes offered on-campus daily before school. -- Dates: September 5th, 2023 - May 24th, 2024 (34 weeks, follows district calendar) -- Times: Mondays - Fridays - 7:45 - 8:25 am -- Levels: 1st-3rd Grade Beginner Students & 2nd-5th Grade Continuing Students -- Where: Lafayette Elementary School (rooms to be determined) -- Tuition: $2,608 ($16 per class). *Please note this class is subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. -- To register, please click here. Email email@example.com or call 925-962-9177 with any questions or problems registering.More
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23-24 school year New Student Registration Info
Registration for Students who will be *NEW to the Lafayette School District* for the 2023-2024 School Year:
TK - Grade 5th Grade registration will open at 8am on Tuesday 1/3/23 online at lafsd.org until 5/19/23 under the "Enrollment" icon.
Stanley Middle School registration will open 3/27/23 through 5/19/23.
Click the "More" button for all details & to download the "Roadmap to Kindergarten/TK" flyer.Learn More
City Awarded $3.1M for School Street Multi-Use Path Project
On Tuesday, Congressman Mark DeSaulnier presented a check for $3.1M to Lafayette Vice Mayor Gina Dawson for the School Street Multi-Use Pathway Project. This Safe Routes to School project for the City of Lafayette will result in construction of a Class I multi-use pathway on School Street, from Moraga Road to the Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail.
These improvements will not only provide a safe and comfortable path for students to walk or cycle to both Stanley Middle School and Lafayette Elementary School, but also a safe, direct and protected walking/biking connection between Downtown Lafayette and the numerous neighborhoods to the south of the project site with access to the Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail and the existing Class I pathway on First Street.
A “Class 1 Multi-use Facility” is a paved shared-use or multi-use path for people walking and biking that is physically separated from vehicular traffic.
The planning and design phases for the project and other related safety improvements around Stanley Middle School are expected to kick-off this fall. The process will include engaging with the neighborhood, schools and community members.
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