LCIS FASO 2/26/21
Hello LCIS Families,
We are so excited to see you all next week for virtual conferences! Conferences will take place Wednesday and Thursday from 12-8pm. Throughout the school year, students at LCIS have been compiling a collection of work in their portfolios that demonstrates their growth toward standards, learning targets, and character habits. Your child will share their reflections on what they’ve learned, explain the growth they’ve made, and discuss any goals they have set for themselves. Your child will bring home their portfolio on Tuesday and we encourage you to sit with them prior to the conference and talk about the items in it. During the conference, you should expect your child to take the lead and explain the learning highlighted in the portfolio. You and the teacher will also have time to discuss academic and social/emotional progress, concerns, and/or needs.
If you haven’t signed up for your child’s conference yet, please use the following link to do so: https://www.flashappointments.com/client/lgn/mobile.cfm?busId=13089
We will be using the following schedule on conference days. Students will be released at 11:15 a.m.
|Wednesday, March 3rd||Thursday, March 4th|
|7:45-11:15am B-Cohort: Academics A-Cohort: Project Dream||7:45-11:15am A-Cohort: Academics B-Cohort: Project Dream|
|12pm-8pm Conferences||12pm-8pm Conferences|
Spirit Week is Here! Starting Monday, we will celebrate Dr. Seuss Week. All students who respectfully participate for spirit week will be entered into a daily drawing. Two students per grade level will be chosen each day and will be able to choose a new Scholastic Book from Mrs. Osborn’s new collection in the library!
- 3/1 Mon: Crazy Hat Day
- 3/2 Tues: Pajama Day (Curl up and read) National Read Across America Day
- 3/3 Wed-Grinchiest Green Day (wear green clothes!)
- 3/4 Thur-Cat in the Hat Red and White Day (wear red and white clothes!)
Our annual Snowpalooza is scheduled for March 17th and 18th. Students will get to play outdoors during their Project Dream time using the equipment provided by GOL. They will snowshoe and Nordic ski and have hot cocoa during their 1 ½ hour scheduled time. We are so excited to continue this tradition with the help of our partners in GOL and Project Dream! Please send your student with a warm coat, gloves, snow pants and boots!
Students in Ms. Finch’s class are excited about the “Habits of a Learner” at LCIS! Our students really embrace these character traits in our building.
The LCIS Alpine team raced the last race of the season on February 24th! They did a great job! Below, Chloe King, Layla Horning and Itai Sheleg are standing together on the slopes at Ski Cooper.
Ms. Forget’s “Fraction Rockstars” tackle a scavenger hunt during math class in the pictures below.
Please join Project Dream and GOL! at Huck Finn on Saturday, February 27th for a family ice-skating celebration! There will be cookies, hot chocolate, and tons of fun! GOL! Will cover all costs for rental and admission fees. In order to comply with Public Health regulations we ask that you come to the rink during the following times as assigned by your last name.
- 9:00-10:00: A-K
- 10:00-11:00: L-P
- 11:00-12:00: Q-Z
Please note this is a family event and families are expected to stay with their children while at the rink. We hope to see you there!
Rockies Rock: Greetings, families! Get Outdoors Leadville! is excited to announce the dates for Rockies Rock 2021!
Camp is open to upcoming K-8th grades.
Session 1: June 28 – July 8
Session 2: July 12 – July 23
Session 3: July 26 – Aug 5
Enrollment will open on April 1st. Please call or email Tim Best with any questions at
719.293.0445 or email@example.com Please also check our camp website for info and updates at:
We’re looking forward to another great summer of Rockies Rock!
Reading is Awesome!
Ms. Limoges, one of our awesome paraprofessionals at LCIS, is holding a book called “Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge” written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Julie Vivas. In this book, a boy named Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge tries to discover the meaning of “memory” so that he can restore that of an elderly friend. It is a sensitively written and illustrated story about communication. This book has been special to Ms. Limoges since she was a little girl and she loves to share it with the students in the Alternative Learning Program and with 3rd graders at lunch duty. Thanks, Ms. Limoges, for sharing your love of reading with our students!
March 1-4 Dr. Seuss Spirit Week
March 3 A Cohort Panther Pride Day – Dr. Seuss Celebration
March 3 ½ Day of School for students: B-Cohort academics in the morning
March 3 Parent / Teacher Conferences Noon – 8 pm
March 4 B Cohort Panther Pride Day – Dr. Seuss Celebration
March 4 ½ Day of School for students: A-Cohort academics in the morning
March 4 Parent / Teacher Conferences Noon – 8 pm
March 4 MS Boys’ Basketball vs Summit County – LCIS Gym – 4 p.m.
March 8 MS Boys’ Basketball @ St. Clare – leave time TBA
March 10 Spring Photos – groups and individuals
March 16 Fire Drill
March 17 SnowPalooza: 3rd A cohorts – 4th A cohorts – 5th B cohorts – 6th B cohorts
March 18 SnowPalooza: 5th A cohorts – 6th A cohorts – 3rd B cohorts – 4th B cohorts
March 22-26 Spring Break!
March 29 Schedule Switch!
A Cohort will have Academics in the a.m. and activities in the p.m.
B Cohort will have activities in the a.m. and academics in the p.m.
April Anticipated CMAS testing
April 21 Fire Drill
Principal, Lake County Intermediate School