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May 9, 2018

Principal's Points

 

Community service strengthens relationships & builds character
 

Busy family life can disconnect parents and children from each other—and from the community. Volunteering as a family is a great way to change that. It also teaches children about responsibility, compassion, generosity and more!
When making summer plans, try to squeeze in a few volunteer activities. Your family might:

  • Clean a favorite spot. Inspect places your family spends time, such as your street, a park or the beach. You may be surprised by how much trash and debris is there. Supervise as your family fills garbage and recycling bags.
  • Provide shelter. Many groups build or improve housing for others. Find one that welcomes kids’ help. Your child might sweep, carry items or hand out nails while you hammer.
  • Provide food. Community food banks are usually in need of groceries and helpers. Homeless shelters and meal-delivery programs often need supplies. Your child may be able to collect food and supplies or even make sandwiches.
  • Care for animals. Call an animal shelter to learn about its needs. If you and your child can’t work directly with pets, consider other ideas, such as raising awareness about animal adoption.
  • Make visits. Find a charity that serves elderly or homebound citizens. They may need company, meals or help with errands. A visit from a child may be more uplifting than anything else.


For more information about family community service, visit http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/volunteer.html

 

 
 

Attention all LES 4th graders - 4th Grade Party 
When:  Tuesday, May 22 5-7pm
Where:  Tomball Bowl, 
14435 FM 2920
RSVP:   Click Below to RSVP and/or volunteer
We are requesting a voluntary donation of $5, or however much you would like to donate, to help give every student a commemorative party favor
If you would still like to donate please send it to school in an envelope with Attn Mary Vatuna. Don't forget to RSVP if you decide you can attend and also let Mary know what shoe size you would need.
 
CLICK HERE
 
 

Yogurtland Spirit Day

10115 Louetta Rd
Saturday, May 12
All day from 12pm-11pm

Just mention Lakewood or spirit night and we get $$$

 
 
 
 
 

Daniel Moreno and his prize basket

 

Aubrey and Dylan Marhofer

The Lakewood PTO would like to thank all the volunteers and parents for their participation in making Wildcat Olympics Closing Ceremony such a huge success!
Special thanks go to our amazing WCO Co-Chairs, Kim Winkelmann and
Lynn Couste for the immense amount of work that went into organizing everything!

 The PTO was able to present the school with an initial donation of $5,500! A second donation will be made at the end of the school year! 

 

Everyday attendance matters!
Take a look at what your student may miss if they arrive late or leave early?

 
 
 

Library News



Access the latest updates on Mrs Taylor's website HERE

Author Katherine Applegate (The One and Only Ivan)
 
is coming to Houston!
 
 
 
Click Here to Register
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Nurse Suzanne's Corner

 
 
 

Save the Date

Thursday May 10th

  • CPR/AED & First Aid class for the community $25.00, last opportunity June 19th, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Urban Air Spirit Night - Benefiting LES Robotics,  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday May 11

  • Last day to checkout a library book

Saturday May 12

Monday May 14

  • STAAR Math test 3rd & 4th - No visitors or volunteers today

Tuesday May 15

  • STAAR Reading test 3rd & 4th - No visitors or volunteers

Wednesday May 16

  • Chick-fil-A Spirit Night, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
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Our mailing address is:
15614 Gettysburg Drive, Tomball, TX 77377
Attn: PTO

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