Come join us tonight, 6-7:30pm, in the Cafe to learn about Cub Scouts and to sign up!
Run Hard is an afterschool program that meets after school on Monday and Thursday from 2:30 to 3:30 pm. It’s for boys and girls in 2nd-5th grade. Registration (includes T-shirt) is currently open through September 7. All participants must register online at www.runhard.org.
Run Hard utilizes character-based concepts to teach running, healthy lifestyle, and decision-making. The final 5k race is November 3 at 8 am. It’s going to be a great season!
Cats Choir News
There will be a very important Cats Choir orientation meeting for all 4th and 5th grade students interested in singing this school year. If your student is planning on being a member of Cats Choir this school year, the parent MUST attend this meeting. Your child bought home a flyer about this orientation meeting at the end of the first week of school. Be on the look out for it. The meeting is on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 6:00 pm in the art room. Parents and students can enter through the courtyard doors in the front of the school leading to the art room. If you have a conflict with this orientation meeting, please contact Mrs. Williams by Wednesday, August 29, 2018.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 803-821-4076
We will be selling Birthday Books Sunday! Please bring exact change or check for $15 if you would like to sign up Sunday!
Celebrate your child’s birthday by joining the LES Birthday Book Club!
By joining the LES Birthday Book Club, your child will:
- Choose a book from the special Birthday Book Club cart in the Learning Commons
- Have his or her name placed on a bookplate inside the front cover of the book
- Be the first to check out that book from our library
- Get a special birthday prize
Complete the form (linked) below and send it back to school along with your contribution of $15.00 (please make checks payable to LES). Your child will select a book from our LES Birthday Book Club cart. Your child will be the first to check out their book! After your child has shared the book with family, they will return the book to the LES Learning Commons for many other children to read and enjoy. The book will have a label indicating that it was a birthday book to your child. Joining the Birthday Book Club is a great way to celebrate a birthday and will help our library build a supply of new and exciting books. If you have any questions, please let us know!
Birthday Book Club form, click to print a copy, complete and return to LES!
Sunday, August 19th, we will be open for students and parents!
2:30-3pm – Students Drop-In. Students will have the opportunity to meet thier teachers and visit thier classrooms. If you want to bring in your school supplies at this time, you may!
3-4pm – Parent Orientation in the classrooms. Students will be asked to go to the Cafe for a movie. There will be teacher supervision. Parents will have the opportunity to learn the expectations, schedules, philosophies of their students’ teachers. At the conclusion of the orientation they may pick their students up from the Cafe.
1:30 – 2:30 pm – New Student Orientation (not 4 or 5 year old kindergarten)
Meet in the Little Theater.
Lexington County Public Library will be on site signing families up for library cards if they don’t already have one! Just bring your driver’s license or photo ID!
We look forward to seeing everyone Sunday!
Lexington Elementary will host Class Assignment Day, Thursday, August 9th.
We will be open from 9am – 1pm and 3pm – 6pm.
1) You must bring current Proof of Residency in order to go through the registration process.
Examples include (with guardian’s name):
*Power/Electric bill or
2) In order to speed up this process, you will need to complete your on-line registration prior to arriving (using student snapcode that was emailed out). If you did not receive an email about the online registration/snapcode, please contact the school at 803-821-4000. We will also have a computer lab for you to complete the on-line registration on Assignment Day.
3. If you received a letter from Lexington One Food Service, you will need to bring this letter with you.
4. Any outstanding balances from the previous year will need to be settled at our fee table.
This event allows you to not only register your child, but also join the PTA, purchase spirit wear, and discover who your child’s teacher will be.
We look forward to seeing everyone Thursday!
As you know, the Town of Lexington is completing the One-Way Pair project and is currently in the engineering portion of the Crossroad Improvements at Lake Dr. & Sunset Blvd. which directly impacts Lexington Elementary School in a positive way.
To help parents understand the traffic improvements and the long range goal, Town Council wants to provide informational brochures/material for parents.
Please click on the below documents for informational brochures on these projects. Copies of these brochures will also be available at Assignment Day on August 9th.
one way pair brochure – complete project crossroad improvements – n lake widening brochure
crossroad improvements – n lake widening brochure
Meal Prices 2018.2019
SCHOOL MEAL PRICES
Number of Meals Regular Price Reduced Price
1 meal $1.40 $0.30
5 meals (1 week) $7.00 $1.50
10 meals (2 weeks) $14.00 $3.00
15 Meals (3 weeks) $21.00 $4.50
20 Meals (1 month) $28.00 $6.00
For the Entire School Year – 180 Days $252.00 $54.00
Number of Meals Regular Price Reduced Price
1 meal $2.90 $0.40
5 meals (1 week) $14.50 $2.00
10 meals (2 weeks) $29.00 $4.00
15 Meals (3 weeks) $43.50 $6.00
20 Meals (1 month) $58.00 $8.00
For the Entire School Year – 177 Days $513.30 $71.00