This school year, the La Grande School District will to continue to provide Grab N Go meals at Island City Elementary and Central Elementary from 12:00-12:30 each school day. There will be both breakfast and lunch provided in each bag. Meals are free for children 0-18 years of age. Also, all students attending school this year will receive both breakfast and lunch free of charge. They will need to enter their ID Number just as they have in the past, but the meal is free.
This fall, LGSD students will attend school full-time, five days per week. The Oregon Department of Education is now revising guidance to support K-12 schools in safely delivering in-person instruction. That guidance, Ready Schools, Safe Learners, is expected on or before July 24th. LGSD will work with a committee of parents, community members, and staff to update our safety plans and those will be released in early August.
Governor Brown has signed an order, lifting all remaining COVID-19 restrictions. This allows the La Grande School District to no longer require masks during our indoor and outdoor summer programs. The Oregon Health Authority recommends unvaccinated individuals and other vulnerable persons continue to wear masks and practice other health and safety measure to stay safe from COVID-19.
It's time to picnic! Come by your elementary school on Wednesday, June 30th from 12:15-1:15 to read, relax and listen to a great book from a very special Mystery Guest! Free books and snacks for all elementary students attending. Students need to attend with an adult. Remember, this its the last Literacy Picnic for June. There will not be picnics in July. We will return with Literacy Picnics the first three weeks in August.
The first day of school for Grades K-7 & Grade 9 is August 30th. The first day for Grades 8, 10, 11 & 12 is August 31st. See you this fall!
Come join this 3-day fun filled basketball camp run by the EOU Men’s Basketball team! Basketball fundamentals, Skill Development, Competitions, Full court game for parents to attend on the last day. Who: 1st grade-8th grade. When: June 16th – 18th. Time: 9am-12pm. Where: EOU Gym-Quinn Coliseum. $75 per Player. T-shirt included. Contact Chris Kemp, Men’s Basketball Coach at EOU with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org or (480) 861-5118
It’s a Jamboree!!! ● Summer Soccer for children born in the years 2006 through 2016 ● Registration Fee $40 begins June 1st ● Registration Ends June 30th ● This year UCYSA is hosting rec soccer in a jamboree. Two weeks of practices, two weeks of games, followed by a two day soccer celebration in bracketed matches ● Register at The Hobby Habit during their business hours ● Each team will celebrate by picking a theme and create team shirts. Best theme receives a prize! ● Lets celebrate 2021! Sign up and join in the fun! Important Dates for 2021 Season Registration available at The Hobby Habit in La Grande through June 30th June 1st Registration begins June 30th Registration ends July 12-29th Practices run August 2 Games begin Aug 21-22 Jamboree Aug 22 Season ends 2021 CONTACT INFORMATION President – Aubrey Newberry (541-786-7092) Vice President – OPEN Secretary – Marce Martin (541-663-6643) Treasurer – Michael McCall (541-910-4518) Field Coordinator – OPEN Head Referee - Hank Hudson (541-786-4960) LaGrande Rep –OPEN Imbler Rep – Jenny Phelps (541-975-4498) Elgin Rep – Dani Sandgren (541-910-6499) Union/Cove Rep – Rochelle Hamilton (541-805-5737) Equip. Coordinator – Bo Hickey (541-786-0262) Sponsor Coordinator – OPEN email@example.com
The La Grande School District Student Services Department has a lot of helpful information on their webpage at https://www.lagrandesd.org/page/contacts. Learn about who to contact and click on "Parent Resources" to find out about services, legislation, policies, student rights, and more.
LGSD Summer Camp News! 1) Required permission forms for LGSD summer camps. Be certain to provide yours to the LGSD staff member greeting you on the first day of camp. Form: https://5il.co/tb97 and 2) Wait lists for summer camps. An update is provided here: https://5il.co/tb98
"Kindergarten is such an essential point in a child's social, emotional, and cognitive development. Certainly, our teachers focus on exposing students to foundational literacy and numeracy skills, but above all else we want students to feel excited about learning, to interact with other children, and to understand how to participate as a part of a school community." - Ryan Westenskow, Principal, Greenwood Elementary
See what positions are available at https://www.lagrandesd.org/page/employment-opportunities. Cook, custodian, paraeducator and more . . .
The CDC's new guidance will not impact schools this school year. All individuals on our schools campuses must mask and physically distance. Yesterday, Governor Brown addressed how the new guidance will be implemented in Oregon and stated, "Nothing is changing for schools this school year, and I expect education staff and students to continue to wear masks and physically distance, as outlined in our Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance." Thank you for your cooperation.
This is the final week of our month long reading event, Reading Together is Learning Together. I hope you have enjoyed the books and have found the reading strategies to be helpful while reading with your student. In Friday folders you will find the final strategy and a short survey. Please complete the survey and have your student give it to their teacher during the week of May 3rd. As a thank you for participating in our Reading Together is Learning Together event and for returning the survey, we will send home a full size bag of microwave popcorn. Thanks again and keep on reading!!
Mrs. Moran is sharing a story with you this week because she talks about our Giant Virtue courage at the end. Hope you and your child enjoy it! Caps for Sale https://youtu.be/p3ojbjmEvC0
La Grande School District Town Hall Meeting - April 1, 2021 View on LGSD.TV or La Grande School District Facebook
Kids in the Kitchen Virtual Class April 6th to May 25th Oregon State University will be offering Kids in the Kitchen virtually to kids in 3rd to 5th grade in Greenwood Elementary. Class will take place from 5 to 6 pm on Tuesday evenings, but may adjust the time depending on what works best for families. We will meet over Zoom in the comfort of our own homes and cook together! We will provide a weekly list of ingredients needed that you can purchase beforehand. If you would like to join, please email Jamie at Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org. Get ready to learn some new cooking skills and have fun cooking together!
HELPING CHILDREN COPE WITH DIVORCE AND SEPARATION Learn how divorce or separation impacts your children and what you can do to help them. WHEN: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 from 6pm – 9:00pm WHERE: Virtual via Zoom For instructions on how to download Zoom onto your computer or mobile device, go to www.zoom.us/download COST: Free TO REGISTER: Send email to email@example.com including your name, phone number, and date of the class you are attending **class size is limited so registration is required**
Spring Spirit Week March 15th-19th
Slow Down Poster Contest Click the link below to VOTE! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSehfyErzmeb9nGa93202KhYL1CEqRtMR-u4Aus_lOLS55hiWQ/viewform?gxids=7628
No school, Monday, February 15th, 2021