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10 – Class Assignment Day, 9-1am and 3-6pm
20 – 1:30pm – New Student Orientation, Learning Commons
20 – Drop-In, Orientation, 2:30-4pm
21 – No School – Solar Eclipse
22 – First Day of School!!!
31 – Boy Scout Recruitment, 6-7pm
4 – Labor Day, No School
15 – International Dot Day
20 – Early Release (Dismiss at 11:40am)
22 – LES Fall Festival (PTA)
26 – School Picture Day! Wear your best smile!
25- Oct 4 – Bedford Falls Book Fair
28 – Literacy, Math, Technology Night (6-7:30pm)
25- Oct 4 – Bedford Falls Book Fair
TBD – Star Wars Reads Day
12 – Parent-Teacher Conferences (3:30-6:30pm)
13 – Parent-Teacher Conferences (8am – 12pm)
13 – No School for Students
19 – LES Fun Run
5 – Daylight Savings Ends
22-24 – Fall Break/Thanksgiving
6 – Early Release (Dismiss at 11:40am)
21-31 Winter Break
1-3 Winter Break
4 – Back to School!
15 – No School / MLK, Jr. Day
24 – Early Release (Dismiss at 11:40am)
16 – No School
17 – Weather Make-Up Day #1/ No School
28 – Early Release (Dismiss at 11:40am)
2 – Read Across America Day / Dr. Suess’s Birthday!
11 – Daylight Savings Begins
21 – Early Release (Dismiss at 11:40am)
26-29 – Treehouse Bookfair
30 – Weather Make-Up Day #2/ No School
April 2018 – School Library Month
2-5 – Spring Break!
27 – Book Character Parade
TBD – Lexington County Blowfish Reading Program
25 – Weather Make-Up Day #3 / No School
28 – Memorial Day / No School
5 – Last day of School for Students
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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Harlem Globetrotter Hi-Lite Bruton entertains Lexington Elementary fourth- and fifth-graders with his basketball handling tricks and bullying prevention message as part of the Harlem Globetrotters 2016 World Tour. The Harlem Globetrotter basketball showman discussed the importance of leadership in everyday life … Continue reading
November 2015 Newsletter November Elementary Breakfast Menu November Elementary Lunch Menu Calendar Changes: Updated 2015-16 Calendar with Flood Makeup Dates December 18th – Full Day of School January 15th – Now a Half Day for Students Five Student Makeup Days: … Continue reading
Lexington Elementary has a new stairway! We learn as we go!
Join us on Friday, October 23rd from 5:30 – 9:00 pm. for games, Hayrides and pizza! Join us for a Free movie (Monsters University) at dark! Bring blankets and beach chair! LES PTA
In addition to the scheduled Make-Up Days (March 25, April 22, and May 16), the School Board has the remaining two make-up days scheduled: Monday, January 4, and Tuesday, January 5, 2016. These days were originally Teacher Work Days. It … Continue reading
LES is collecting snacks for our Carolina Vs. Clemson Food Fight/Snack Pack Drive Who: LES Students What: Collecting Snack Pack Food Items When: October 26 – 30 Where: Bring your items to LES room 100 Why: For our Weekend Snack … Continue reading
Lexington Elementary Technology Integration Specialist, Suzanne Brooks, along with Media Specialist, Susan DuBose, receive $1000 Bright Ideas Grant. They will use the grant money to organize and setup coding and creating opportunities in the LES Library Makerspace with the collaboration … Continue reading
Lexington Elementary students in Mrs. Sharon Paeth’s homeroom, learn movement breaks from students in the Education Department at the University of South Carolina, Madeline Blackburn, Emily Odom, and Melissa Wells. Movement breaks serve to integrate physical activity into the school … Continue reading
Scholastic Book Fair has a fundraising project called “All for Books”. The funds raised through “All for Books” are used to help students that don’t have quite enough money to buy books or to buy books that are given to … Continue reading
Makeup Picture Day is Tuesday, October 27. Students who missed school on September 29th and new students (arriving after Sept. 29) will have their school picture made. Order forms for those students will be sent home. Pictures must be pre-ordered. Picture packets … Continue reading