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💫Friday, Oct. 27th: End of 1st Quarter💫Tuesday Oct.31st Halloween Parties 2:15pm / Parade around town 3:00💫 Friday, Nov.3rd Report Cards & 1st Quarter Award Assembly @ 3:00pm 💫 Partent/ Teacher Conferences: November 6th & 8th 4:00-7:30pm💫 Scholastic Book Fair:💫 November 6th-9th💫 F💫riday, Nov. 10th: 11:45am Early Dismissal💫

Red Ribbon Week

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🎗LGS Student Council is sponsoring Red Ribbon Week October 23rd through October 27th. Students and staff will be working together to take a stand against drugs. The theme this year is " Your Life is Key, So Stay Drug Free." Students are encouraged to dress up each day to honor the theme and create excitement for their pledge to be drug free.🎗 Dress up days are: Monday: I'm Too Bright For Drugs. (wear bright/neon . . .

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Living History Museum

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   The 7th grade social studies class created a living history museum on Tuesday, October 17th. The students were paired and then had to research a particular historical topic.The topics were: The Anasazi Indians; The Mogollon Indians; The Renaissance; and The Commercial Revolution. The students created artifacts, tools and clothing that represented their time period. Once the information was collected, parents and classrooms . . .

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Sum Dog Winners

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   Congratulations to Mrs. Haynes' 3rd and 4th grade Math class for winning  the ROE#35 Sum Dog  Contest. By winning, the class will receive  a free subscription to the online math program for a year. LGS students  made up the top 10 of all  participants. They were 7th grader; Piper Kammer, 6th graders; Salina Breckenrigde, Miles Walder, 4th graders; Jaden Busch, Gavin Manfredin, Sydney  Samek, . . .

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LGS 8th Grade Girls Basketball Tournament

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     LGS held a 8th grade Girls Basketball Tournament. Five team participated, Lostant, Lowpoint Washburn, Dimmick, Trinity Catholic and Peru Catholic in the two day tournament. Peru Catholic won 1st place with Trinity Catholic receiving 2nd place. Dimmick came in 3rd followed by Lowpoint Washburn in  4th and Lostant 5th. Raffle winners were:  Peggy Miller: Norwax  basket; Donated by Niki Rauba Bob . . .

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Lostant Athletics Raffle

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Lostant Athletics raffle has started. You can purchase  a ticket  at any home basketball  game or at the school office. All proceeds  go toward a new scoreboard.

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LSCRTA Bucks for Books

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We are excited to be the recipient of the LSCRTA ( LaSalle County Retired Teacher Association)  BUCKS FOR BOOKS program. Their generous donation of $ 100 will be used for library books and materials for teachers and students to use.  LSCRTA member and former Lostant librarian Mrs. Norma Lightle presented the donation to Mrs. Ruthann Brizgis ,the now librarian and students from . . .

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Crayola ColorCycle

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LGS is excited to tell you about  a very special  program  Mrs. Haynes is coordinating in conjunction  with Crayola. It is called Crayola ColorCycle- an amazing  new program devised to turn used markers  into energy! All around LGS students and teachers  will be collecting  used markers that are ready to be decarded. The markers will be sent to a facility  where they will be converted into . . .

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Grandparents Day at LGS

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Fun and exciting day at LGS first Grandparents Day. Grandparents were able to have breakfast and visit classrooms. Kindergartners - 2nd grade did a craft project along with 3-8 doing a project of interviewing their grandparents. There was a lot a laughing and fun coming from the classrooms.

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