See Below A Field Day Message from Mr. Nock
Right now I am gearing up and getting ready for Field Day! Classes will be competing for fun, glory, and Rita's!
Parents, as always, I would love to have your help with field day on Friday, May 31. Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades are going from 8:30-11:00. 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades are going from 11:30-2:00.
If you would like to volunteer, please let me know by sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leaving a message at 355.4012. Please leave your name and time that you will be helping. If you are planning on the K-2 time, please arrive by 8:00, and if the 3-5th time by 11:10.
If you are doing all day, then I will provide you lunch. Thanks in advance!
Lake Forest's Got Talent Show
Mrs. Fuller took her challenge students in grades 3-5 on a walking tour of downtown Greenville to study the architecture, history, and art in the city first hand. Pictured below are the students atop the suspension bridge crossing the Reedy River and Falls Park.
Lake Forest prepares to remember our service men and women during the month of May. Pictured is Meghan and her Dad, Charles Smith, who visited her classroom last week to teach the students about the important job soldiers do for our country. When Mr. Smith was on active duty in the Air Force he made airplanes in Afghanistan. He works at Bi Lo when not serving our country. Lake Forest would like to recognize and thank all the brave men and women in the armed forces.
Google Doodle Contest Finalist
Congratulations to Caleb Reyes for finishing as one of the state finalists in the Google Doodle Contest. Caleb competed with over 130,000 students from across the country. His artwork will be on display in the Google online gallery beginning May 1st.
Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Schemm K-5
There is ALWAYS something academic going on in Mrs. Schemm’s Kindergarten Class. Whether it’s making silly putty for a science experiment or writing in journals during writing workshop the students are engaged in learning. Her open-door policy allows parents to freely volunteer in her classes where they are amazed to see the students rotating math literacy centers while putting into practice the standards they are learning.
Originally from Georgia, Mrs. Schemm considers South Carolina her home while she juggles the responsibilities of her 2nd grade triplets who attend Lake Forest and her married life. Her multiple degrees and university experiences have given her the foundation to make her life as teacher, facilitator, and academic lesson planner work masterfully for all of her eager students.
Safety Contest Winner!
Congratulations to Hazel Lemus in Second Grade! She won the South Carolina Safe Kids Poster contest for her drawing showing how to safely put babies to sleep on their backs. Her artwork will be published in a State-wide calendar that is distributed each year to thousands of pediatricians, new parents, families, and other various professionals. Look for her artwork in the month of December!
Lake Forest offers a great afterschool program during the school year from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm.
- *Direct instruction in academics
- *Homework time with assistance
- *Caring staff
- *Daily activities
- *Enrichment Classes
- If you have questions please call 355-4979
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