Monday, May 2nd will be the first day of our new traffic pattern at LES. Please take a few moments to review the image attached. We have changed all of the signs and will have a staff member as you enter the school grounds to help with any questions that you may have.
2 months ago, Scott Holmes
New Traffic Pattern LES
Summer Camp Opportunities: Culinary Art camp is full. Return your registration forms ASAP before the other camps fill up too.
2 months ago, Beth Chase
Friday, April 22nd is an Early Release Day for Lancaster School students. Lunch will be served prior to student dismissal. Here are the release times for students: Pick-Up and Walkers: 11:30 Early Bus Run: 11:45 Late Bus Run: 12ish
2 months ago, Scott Holmes
This Tuesday, April 12th is SPRING PICTURE DAY! We are introducing a brand new amazing company company to our school. We hope everyone loves the results!
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Spring Picture Day Flyer
Student Council's upcoming Spring Fling Information is on this flyer
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Lancaster  Middle School's Spring Fling
Good afternoon, We are postponing our baseball try-outs from Wednesday and Thursday of this week to Monday and Tuesday of next week. Our baseball field is not ready yet.
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Here is the sports schedule for Middle School Sports from 4/3-4/9
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Sport Schedule 4/3-4/9
REMINDER TOMORROW, APRIL 1ST! WEAR BLUE IN OBSERVATION OF AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
3 months ago, Beth Chase
World Autism Awareness Day
April 12th is Spring Photo Day. Here is an intro to our new photo company with the code for ordering pictures online.
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Geskus Spring Photo Day with Code
Good Evening LES Families, This is reminder that there is no school for students on Friday, March 25th due to Professional Development for all SAU 36 staff. Here is a list of professional development activities that our staff will be participating in on Friday, March 25th: -Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Best Practices -Building Classroom Libraries for Increased Student Choice and Engagement -Learning Pathways -Crisis Prevention (CPI) Strategies and Interventions -Suicide Prevention Training -Conscious Discipline Strategies -Strength Based Social-Emotional Universal Screenings (DESSA) If you have any questions regarding this information, please give us a call at the school.
3 months ago, Scott Holmes
Last chance to buy last year's yearbooks!
3 months ago, Beth Chase
Yearbooks Sales Flyer
Parents of 6th and 8th grade students please be available to pick up Little Caesar pizza orders this Thursday, March 10 from 2:30-4pm. Thank you!
4 months ago, Beth Chase
Little Caesar's Logo
Wednesday, March 9th is an Early Release Day for Lancaster School students. Lunch will be served prior to student dismissal. Here are the release times for students: Pick-Up and Walkers: 11:30 Early Bus Run: 11:45 Late Bus Run: 12ish Are you wondering what LES teachers are engaged in on the afternoon of March 9th? If so, here is the list of professional development sessions that teachers will be attending: * Preschool Play-Based Learning Strategies * Fountas and Pinnell Literacy Approach Training * The Daily 5 Classroom Practices * Conscious Discipline * Walk to Math Approach * Middle School Instructional Pathway Kick-Off * Health Curriculum Initiative If you have any questions, please give us a call at the school!
4 months ago, Scott Holmes
Exciting offer for families who participated in the ski and ride program at Cannon Mountain this winter. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RHiK7FLuDUAMgbr5duR-Xvpljnla8AzK/view?usp=sharing
5 months ago, Scott Holmes
Winter Carnival News-Updated to include Preschool in Color Wars
5 months ago, Beth Chase
Winter Carnival Dress Up Days
Color Wars by Grade Poster
NJHS is selling flowers and candy for Valentine's Day starting tomorrow morning, Tuesday, February 8. They will be selling in the front lobby before school. Please see attached flyer.
5 months ago, Beth Chase
Valentine's Day NJHS Sales Flyer
The Parent Information Center (PIC) is bringing families and professionals together to connect, share stories and experiences, and shape special education training opportunities for Coos county over the next year. This is an opportunity to join others in the region and talk honestly about what’s working, where you get your information, and the challenges teams face working together. We all benefit when families, schools and communities work together
5 months ago, Beth Chase
Coos County Virtual Cafe Flyer
Middle school science students have the opportunity this year to hatch over 300 brook trout eggs through Trout in the Classroom with Fish & Game. Our eggs are hatching and 6th graders got to view live young under a microscope for science today under the watchful eye of Ms. Karimian. Fry will be released by students with Fish & Game this spring.
5 months ago, Beth Chase
Trout in the classroom
Trout in the Classroom
LES Message If you are scheduled for skiing/riding at Cannon Mountain today, that program is still a go. If you are not intending to take your child to Cannon Mountain today, please give us a call so we can adjust our attendance and let the classroom teachers know.
5 months ago, Scott Holmes
8th Grade Tribute Ads
5 months ago, Beth Chase
8th Grade Tribute Ads