During the week of October 24th, the LGS Student Council will be sponsoring a Red Ribbon Week . There will be activities throughout the week to encourage the students to be drug free. At the beginning of the week each students will receive a red ribbon and are being ask to wear it every day. Also the students are being asked to dress up the following days: Monday- Pajama Day Tuesday- Crazy Hat Day👒 Wednesday- Comet Day . . .
Students at Lostant School have been showing their support of Breast Cancer Awareness month throughout October . Pictured here are the students, faculty, and staff who wore pink on Monday, October 17. Students have been encouraged to wear pink all month, but this day in particular. 4 names were drawn as winners in a random drawing from the kids who wore pink this day. Winners were: Payton Lawless, Lucas . . .
Shauna Breckenridge recently visited the 1st and 2nd grade classroom . She brought in two praying mantis': "Green" was a green mantis and "Leaf" was a brown, camouflaged mantis. We learned a lot of interesting information today. The praying mantis is named for its prominent front legs, which are bent and held together at an angle that suggests the position of prayer. The larger group of these insects is more . . .
💫Lady Comets basketball team honored two eight graders last night at their last home game for the season . 🏀Congratulations to Katelynn Missel and Meleah Mertes!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, LGS has scheduled a couple of activities during the month of October. On Monday, October 17, we would encourage everyone to wear pink to school. Many of us know someone who battled breast cancer in their life and wearing pink is an effort to support them in their battle. Please feel free to wear pink all month long, but wouldn't it be great to see everyone in pink on October 17? Mrs. Olson . . .
It's October, that means pumpkins! To kicked off the month, Miss Sondgeroth and Mrs. Roach's students painted pumpkins. A big thank you goes to the Mertes family for donating the pumpkins.🎃🎃
Mrs. Olson recently won 20 copies of Tim Green's new book Left Out . She entered an online contest and the books were delivered on October 6. Mrs. Brizgis and Ms. Einhaus were lucky enough to hear Tim speak at the Illinois Reading Council Conference in Peoria this year. Mrs. Olson shared some of her books with classroom teachers who teach 3-8 ELA. The rest are in her classroom library for students to enjoy. . . .
Congratulations, to the August/September Students Of The Month, Ireland Johnson-Rockey 2nd grader, Sarah Daugherty 5th grader, and Makayla Ritko 7th grader .These students will be treated to a lunch from Dave's Lost Ant.
📚Ms Einhaus, Mrs. Walgenbach and Mrs. Brizgis had the privilege of attending the Illinois Reading Council Conference in Peoria and brought back many new ideas and information for classroom use. They met authors Tim Green and Kelly Gallagher.📚
The 8th graders have started their annual class trip Little Caesars Pizza Kit fundraiser. The time to order ends Tuesday, October 18, with pick up at school on Tuesday, November 1, between 3:00 and 5:00. You can order from any 8th grader, call the school ( 368-3392 ) or e-mail Ms Einhaus: email@example.com. You can also order online : Pizzakit.com #320025 If you have any questions ,contact Ms Einhaus: 368-3392