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LFP Vision

   The vision of Lake Forest Park Elementary is to provide a safe and supportive community where all individuals are encouraged to explore and meet each challenge as lifelong learners in an ever-changing world.

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Letter From the Principal

Dear Wonderful LFP Families~

We are enjoying getting to know your children and have been assessing their academics to best know how to differentiate instruction. Staff have also been working hard to teach all students our school wide behavior expectations (located on our school website) so that we have a positive learning environment for all. When we see students exhibiting our school wide expectations, we provide positive feedback by giving classes JUMP awards and individuals stickers at recess and blue Lifeskill awards. If a student needs a reminder about the school expectations, they will receive a green rule reminder. If a student continues to break the LFP Promise or is physically hurting someone, a pink violation of conduct sheet will be sent home and a consequence at school imposed. The purpose of these behavior sheets is to communicate with parents and we encourage you to have a discussion with your child about the choices they made, how it impacted others, and what they learned from it. Our hope is that by teaching, modeling, reinforcing, partnering with parents, and consistently holding students accountable for respectful behavior, we will have responsible LFP Dolphins!

Birthdays: We are celebrating birthdays this year at LFP without food treats for the health of all of our students. Thank you for your support in this new policy.

Attendance: Students are expected to be on time and present each day at school. Staying home for birthdays, the Fair, or to watch younger siblings are not considered excused absences.

Emergency Contact Numbers: Please make sure that we have three current contact names and numbers of relatives, neighbors, or friends in case we are unable to reach you in an emergency.

October conferences: We look forward to having time to talk with you at parent/teacher conferences October 8-10th with early dismissal at 11:45. The purpose of the conferences is for you to have open dialogue with the teacher about your child.

We love our PTA: Thank you for all of the volunteers who helped on Health Day. Our PTA is sponsoring our anti- bullying assembly on October 3rd. These are two examples of the many ways that our PTA supports our students. Please consider joining this valuable organization.

I look forward to seeing you all at tonight at Curriculum Night.

Principal Miner

 

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