Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Something Beautiful

Was a great success!  The walk to school and the singing and dancing at school came off without a hitch.  We hope we will be showcased by Let's Grow Kids .@let'sgrowkids







Tuesday, January 23, 2018

"Something Beautiful"

I See “Something Beautiful”

We are planning something SUPER EXCITING for the entire school and community!
The song, “Something beautiful” is the new anthem for the Lets Grow Kids organization!  Let’s Grow Kids is on a mission to provide quality affordable child care for all Vermont families.  Below is part of the Lets Grow Kids vision:
Let’s Grow Kids believes that, as a state, we have allocated too few resources to supporting our youngest children, their families and the critical early childhood professionals who provide quality early care and learning programming. 
High-quality, affordable child care is not only good for our young children and families, it also makes smart economic sense. We all have a role to play in this work and we believe that the time is now to begin making concrete steps forward.

In order to meet the needs of Vermont’s young children and their families, Let’s Grow Kids envisions a voluntary, universal, high-quality early care and learning system for all Vermont children birth to five. We believe that the best place to start is in building on our current universal, high-quality pre-K program and pairing it with a high-quality, affordable child care system that meets the needs of all Vermont children. We believe that through additional analysis, community-led conversations about child, family and community needs, and collaborative dialogue, as recommended by Vermont’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Financing High Quality, Affordable Child Care, Vermont can achieve an equitable, affordable and high-quality early care and learning system for children birth to five likely to need care by 2025. 

Anthem and video were created by LGK and can be viewed at the link below:

What my plans are is the following:
On February 6th, LES students are going to be walking to school from the gazebo.  Let’s Grow Kids is going to be giving us capes, (as seen in the video), for all of the children and siblings to wear!  I’ve asked Okemo Valley TV to film us walking!
Then at 8am I’m hoping to have not just LES and parents, but BRHSMS student, staff and families!
All gathered in the gym to sing, “Something Beautiful”, the song featured in video!
The lyrics will be a separate attachment to this newsletter!
I will have lyrics projected on big screen in the gym, but thought it would be helpful to be familiar with the words and tune!  Just sing along with the videoJ

I plan on sharing the video created from this day at Early Childhood Day at the Legislature in March! (As well as have it shown on our local station!)
Very exciting, fun and something to look forward too!

I’ll keep you posted on more details to come, but wanted to let you know now so that you can plan to be with us that morning!
If you have any questions, please let me know!

Warmly, Lora

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

YoYoGuy

YoYoGuy came to visit Ludlow Elementary School today.  Mount Holly came down the mountain to see him too.  He dazzled us with all sorts of tricks and different yo-yo's. 



















Ink

Please consider purchasing your ink cartridges for your printers at Staples.  Save your sales slip and bring it in to us.  One $35 ink cartridge gives us $120 of supplies free.   

Thursday, December 14, 2017

"Mickey's in trouble!"

Happy Thursday Families!

Welcome Winter!
I just had to share one of the best smiles of the week...watching some of the preschoolers work vigorously to help Mickey..."Mickey's in trouble, Mickey's in trouble...oh there must be a better way"...to help Mickey not be covered by the snow!
One of those priceless moments...they were so sincere in their efforts!
Enjoy your day...we have certainly enjoyed ours!

Warmly
Lora

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Teeth, teeth, teeth

The Winter Break that is fast approaching is such a fun time with sliding, skiing, skating, and staying up late with friends and family.  Remember, just because students are on vacation, the germs in their mouths are not!!  They never take a break.  The germs are always wanting to cause gum disease and cavities!
 
Please help your child when it comes to taking care of his/her teeth over vacation.  Remind them that brushing two times a day for two minutes and flossing at least once a day is still important! Even more so, with all the treats this season brings to us.
 
This all being said, The Children's Dental Health Project is still going strong here at school. Many families have wondered if it is too late to sign up.....the answer is No!  It's not too late.  Please contact Kristin Veysey, School Nurse here at school if you need the forms to do so.

Monday, November 20, 2017

2nd Grade Bat Diarama

The second grade has been busy researching bats.  They have created diaramas to showcase their work.

by Mackenzie

Something Beautiful