Friday, August 29, 2014

Fantastic Friday!

Welcome to a new year and we are off to a GREAT start!  The past eight days have been amazing!  Students are making new friendships and giving their Best EFFORT each day.  Our young labs are building strong communities in the classroom and the Administrative team has enjoyed spending time in each class and seeing the excitement and drive of our students.

We appreciate your flexibly with dismissal this week as well as your patience in the car rider line and with bus transportation. Here are just a few friendly reminders:                                                                      
1. Teaching and learning begins at 8:00am.  If you arrive after 8:00am you will need to walk your child in to the office.  We want to make sure that students arrive to class in a timely manner. Students are marked tardy at 8:10.                                                                                            
2. During morning drop off, 6 cars stop and 6 Labs hop. We do this in order to  get everyone out safely and as quickly as possible.                
3.    Please do not drop students off in the parking lot or drop them off before 7:30am. We want to make      sure that all students are supervised and safe at all times.
If you have not had an opportunity to join the PTO or SIC, we ask that you
consider being a part of these organizations. Your participation sends a positive message to our children that school is valued at home. It is also one way to build great partnerships between home and school.
Once again, thank you for a wonderful start to the 2014-2015 school year!

Come visit us! Our doors are always open! 
Mrs. Jackson

 Note From the Nurse:

 Fever is the body’s way of fighting infection.  Make sure your child gets plenty of rest and liquids and keep a check on the fever with a thermometer.  There are times when you should see a doctor for fever.   And remember, your child should not come to school with a fever, or return  until fever free for 24 hours. For more information please contact our nurse, Katie Rummel, RN, or call your health care provider.

In honor of National College Colors Day, Langford students and staff showed their School Pride by wearing Langford Spirit shirts or their favorite sports team's colors. Although several schools and colors were represented, we are proud to all be part of Team Langford! Go Labs! 


All new and returning students should be registered using InfoSnap! This registration provides schools with very important information including medical history and the Responsible Use Policy (RUP). Students will not be able to use technology (chromebooks, desktops, laptops, ipads, etc.) until the registration is completed. You may register your child by visiting the district website or by visiting the school. We have stations set up to assist you with this process. Thank you. 

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