Tuesday, May 26, 2015

1st Grade Presents: Fairy Tale Wax Museum

Langford's First Graders recently completed their literature unit on Fairy Tales. Throughout the unit, students were exposed to a variety of fairy tales  and "fractured" fairy tales. They explored the elements that make up a fairy tale, identified character traits, created presentations about their favorite story and took "a walk" in their characters shoes with the Wax Museum. The teachers and students in first grade put on a spectacular performance! Look out Broadway!

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Principal For The Day

One of the items auctioned off at Labfest this year, was an opportunity to be Principal For The Day. Congratulations to 1st grader Erin C. She did an AWESOME job fulling the role of Principal. 

Principal’s Thoughts:

My favorite part of being a principal is spending my time with Mrs. Jackson and talking on the walkie-talkie.  It is so fun.  My other favorite part about being a principal is making sure everybody is doing what they are supposed to be doing.  My last favorite part about being principal is when I went to the roof!  It was sooo fun!

By Erin 

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Richland Two's Summer Camp Pinterest Board!

Looking for something for your child to do this summer? 
Check out ‪#‎RichlandTwo‬ 's Summer Camp Pinterest Board! 

Click here to follow and learn about some great summer opportunities!  
Make sure to check back. New activities are being added often. 

Langford Field Day

Throw on your tennis shoes, comfortable clothes, and grab a bottle of water. Friday, May 22 is Langford's Annual Field Day! Full of athletic activites, obstacle courses, and games- the day is bound to be a BLAST! 

Langford Receives $4,000 Grant from Lowe's Educational Toolbox

Child Development Program Changes in R2

Child Development Program Changes

Spears Creek Road Child Development and Clemson Road Child Development have combined to form the Richland School District Two Child Development Program. Starting in the 2015–2016 school year, the program will offer needs-based, tuition-free 4-year-old child development classes. Students qualify for the program based on risk factors, free- or reduced-price-meal status, and developmental readiness. Children must be 4 years old on or before September 1, 2015. Contact Debbie Brady or Quinne Evans at 699.2536 for more information. The Montessori Magnet Program at Pontiac will continue to accept 3- and 4-year-old children. Services for 4-year-olds will not be tuition-based; tuition will be required for 3-year-olds.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Tonight is Movie Night at Langford!

Tonight's the Night! The School Store as well as the Book Fair, will be open.  RCPL will be set up from 4:30-6:00 in front of the Media Center for you to sign up for a library card and learn more about the Summer Reading Program. See you there! 

Friday, May 8, 2015

Calling all Langford Moms!

Langford MOMS! In honor of Mother's Day, Langford will be hosting a Muffins for Moms next Thursday, May 14th from 7:00-7:30am. We'd love for all of our moms to drop by to have a muffin along with their child(ren).

 Please RSVP for this event by Tuesday, May 12th. Check the newsletter for the RSVP forms.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Slice the Price at Domino's!

Want to help Langford PTO raise funds AND reward yourself with pizza? Sounds like a deal, right? Here's how it works! Langford students are selling "Slice the Price" Domino cards for $10! The Domino's card entitles the owner to a 'Buy a Large Pizza, Get a Large Pizza FREE'....what could be better than that?!

 Well, I'll tell you! With the Slice the Price card,  for EVERY large pizza you buy, you get the SAME number FREE!!! Buy 1, Get 1 free... Buy 100, Get 100 free! You can use the card over and over again for the next 6 months
The Deadline is MAY 15, so ask a Langford Student or contact Langford PTO at langfordpto@gmail.com