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We have published authors at Lostant Elementary School! Studentreasures Publishing offers teachers the opportunity to create a hard cover book in their classroom for free. Students are able to see their writing and drawings in a published book. The 1st and 2nd graders published their illustrated spring acrostic poems in their book. Miss S's 3-5 ELA class published their poetry unit full of different types of illustrated . . .
💫LGS Student Council is sponsoring a 3rd -8th grade dance. It will be held, in the gym this Friday, April 28th from 6:00p.m. until 8:00p.m. 💫 💫Come join the fun, there will be snacks and a DJ with lots of music. 💫 (Mrs. Haynes and Dr. Malahy will be the chaperones. Students are expected to remain at the school until dance is over or until a parent arrives to get student )
PTO provided the annual Easter Egg Hunt for grades K- 5th grade. They also gave bags of treats to 6th - 8th graders.Thank you PTO for the treats.
LGS held its first Geography Bee today (4-12) . Started with all 6th - 8th graders, in which students were allowed to miss 2 questions before being eliminated. After two rounds we were down to 7, then another 2 rounds, down to 2 sixth graders. Lucas Wiesbrock and Paityn Skinner went back and forth for 10 rounds. With Lucas winning by correctly answering the question, "What . . .
The 5th grade class had their field trip on Friday, April 7th. They started with acting at the Seedling Theater in Bloomington. The students started with warm-up activities, moved onto talking about themselves, picked a prompt and talked about a character that would use it, picked a scene to act in, and then acted in a short scene. The students ended the morning learning a dance routine from a popular movie. There was a lot of fun to . . .
Third Quarter Award Assembly was held in the LGS gym. Students from Kindergarten - 8th grade were recognized for Perfect Attendance, Excellent Grades, Very Good Grades and AR. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Haynes acknowledged their Math class for their accomplishments in the ROE#35 Sum Dog contest. Mrs Haynes also recognized the students who participated in . . .
A big COMET shout out to LGS Students of Month for March, Kindergartner Payton Lawless, 4th grader Amos Vincent and 8th grader Lexie Hawthorne for their outstanding effort, respect and responsibilities during the month. They will be treated to a lunch from Dave's Lost Ant.
End of the school year events to mark down: Thursday, May 25: 8:45 a.m. End of the year Award Assembly; 1:30 p.m. Early Dismissal ; 6:30 p.m. 8th Grade Graduation; Friday, May 26: Field Day at LaSalle Canal/ Boat Ride 3:30 p.m. Dismissal; Tuesday, May 30: Last Day of School with a 1:30 p.m. dismissal; Wednesday, May 31: Teacher Institute Day Subject to change if Emergency Days are used