In these challenging times we would like to make families aware of an increase to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). If families already get SNAP benefits, additional funding will be sent to the benefit card. Any family NOT already receiving SNAP, but qualifying for the school Free and Reduced lunch program will be mailed a card that will be able to be used in the same way. There will be payments for March and April, and another for May and June. The funding stream is not from DSS, rather from the Office of Temporary Disability Services. Families will not have to apply separately for this benefit.
The Lawrence Public Schools would like to inform you that there will be a Nassau County food distribution to Lawrence/Inwood residents tomorrow, Thursday, May 21st at 12 noon. If you are a Lawrence/Inwood resident in need of food please come to Lawrence Early Childhood Center #4 School 87 Wanser Ave. in Inwood. Please ensure to wear a mask, practice social distancing and bring a shopping bag and/or shopping cart. This is an additional food distribution. Any food distribution currently be done by your school district is still occurring. Food is while supplies last.
Dear Lawrence Families, We all share great pride in our students. To acknowledge the success of the class of 2020, please consider taking part in a Long Island wide event. You can do this by flickering your house lights and making noise (banging pots and pans) at your door for 20 minutes beginning at 8:20 p.m. tonight. (20:20 military time) . May 1st is Senior commitment day, when college acceptances are due and we want our seniors to know they have the support of our community. Stay socially distant but show your emotional connection to these fine students. Dr. Pedersen
Food Resources Available Please use this link or visit our news section for information about additional food resources during the Covid-19 Pandemic: https://docs.google.com/document/d/141EGRbFUFyRk5yBoWe_bVUidl8pGSF-k0jE_JHAfiY0/edit?usp=sharing
One of many teaching bright spots to brighten up a rainy April Day, Lawrence Learns! Lawrence is so proud of our teachers, students and families. The mission statement in Lawrence includes a statement to “prepare learners for life’s challenges”. Our learners are well prepared and taught well under caring staff. This image is of a 5th Grade Class with 100% attendance in a LIVE Class . With a new remote schedule, students finish each live class daily with some math “brain work.” All 25 students worked on “4nums.com.” Students eagerly come up with different equations to reach a solution and share. They problem solve together too if needed!
Dear Lawrence Families, The Governor has announced that school will be closed until at least May 15th. Please stay connected with your teachers and our social emotional support teams during this period of “NY Pause”. Following social distancing guidelines remains our shared responsibility . We are proud of our students for their academic work ethic and for handling the tremendous emotional pressure of this crisis. Reach out for support, be strong and be well Thank you. Dr Pedersen
Attention Lawrence Families, the food distribution schedule has changed. The new schedule is: Monday pick up is for Monday & Tuesday, Wednesday pick up is for Wednesday & Thursday, and Friday pick up is for Friday & the weekend. Pick up times & locations have not changed.
Food distribution will continue through Thursday this week. To allow for the holiday, food for Thursday through Monday will be distributed on Thursday. This will be 10 meals per student. Please bring something to take the food home in. Daily distribution will resume on Tuesday.
Third grade parents may pick up a Chromebook for your child Thursday. Visit the news section of the LES website or app for the schedule & more information. Please line up socially distanced at the security door & have your child's name & the teacher's name on a piece of paper.
Fourth grade parents may pick up a Chromebook for your child Wednesday. Visit the news section of the LES website or app for the schedule & more information. Please line up socially distanced at the security door & have your child's name & the teacher's name on a piece of paper.
Fifth grade parents may pick up a chromebook for your child Tuesday from 8am-10am. Have your child's name & teacher's name on a piece of paper to give to a custodian at the security office. This will be your only time to pick up a chromebook. Please line up socially distanced
Information on available Day Care Centers in Nassau County for Children of First Responders' & Emergency Healthcare Workers can be found at https://5il.co/e8x2
Dear LES Families, We miss you! Please click on this link to see and hear Ms. Beach read you a book. https://youtu.be/SijYLbpN4IU
Breakfast and lunch available at Number 2 school in the back parking pick up and at Number 4 School from 9-11 am starting today and every weekday Monday - Friday
Lawrence has no cases of Coronavirus at this time, but out of an abundance of caution, all after-school activities are canceled until further notice.
Good morning Lawrence families. As of Tuesday morning, Lawrence still has no reports of exposure or diagnosis of the coronavirus. Please visit the news section of the district website or app for an update from the Superintendent.
Dr. Seuss's birthday was a big hat LES today. Everyone had fun playing with the nonsensical language of Dr. Seuss along with his zany illustrations. We have many pictures to share over several posts. As you will see in our photos, our guest readers included secretaries, teachers, aides, security guards, and administrators. We all had a lot of fun.
LES hosted its Annual Talent Show on Friday night in our auditorium. The audience and judges were treated to the amazing talents of our learners ranging from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony to gymnastics and everything in between. We are so proud of students and their talents. We have many pictures to display in several posts so keep looking.
Mrs. O’Connor and Mrs. Cohen’s class wrote essays to persuade the principal. They did an amazing job at writing an interesting, well organized, and thoughtful essay. They did not persuade me to eliminate homework completely but I will certainly give it some thought. They presented in a strong voice with a level of maturity gained over this last school year. Many thanks to their teachers for the fine work they do every day.
All I can say is Wow - I hope you have saw our drama club production last night because words cannot express how wonderful it was. The actors were amazing, the singing was delightful and the audience enthralled. We had a packed house! Many thanks to our families for coming. Shout out to our directors, Mr. Ginsberg and Mrs. Rogan and assistant director, Mrs. Yela and all of our helpers who did the face painting. Thanks to Mrs. Gallopini and Mrs. Polanco.
LES Staff is treated to frozen yogurt by our PTA for Staff Appreciation Week. Many thanks to our PTA for the sweet treat!
It is the greatest math night on earth! It happened last night at LES. Math Night with a circus theme entertained our families with math estimations and workshops. Math is life and fun! Every learner left with a bag full of math games to use at home. Thanks to our organizers, Mrs. Schneider and Mrs. Egan.
Commissioner Elia's letter about the upcoming ELA & Math tests for grades 3-8 can be found under the Lawrence District news section.
Get ready for some Baseball Fun!! The Varsity Baseball Team is a hosting its first annual Baseball Clinic on Saturday, 4/6/19 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM at LHS Gym. It is open to any student in Grades 3-8 and costs $15.00 per student. This is a fundraiser for the Baseball Team and will help improve your Baseball Skills