Monday, April 25, 2016

Trash To Treasure Sculptures

Friday, April 22, Langford staff and students recognized Earth Day by creating sculptures from recycled items. Sculptures were placed on display throughout the school for everyone to enjoy by a school wide gallery walk. Many classes tied their Earth Day project to current academic standards and units of study, where others chose to create replicas of our school, favorite characters, and spring gardens.

To learn where your recycled items go when not being used for Langford creations, click here for Wonderopolis' Wonder of the Day #43.






Thursday, April 21, 2016

Sending off our Athletes!

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The staff and students of Langford Elementary gathered together this morning to send off our Student Athletes with the support and excitement they deserve!

We wish all of the athletes a safe and enjoyable day. Go #TeamLangford!


We're all an important piece of the Langford Family. 

#Team Langford



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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Columbia Fireflies Reading Program






Langford is excited to announce the date for our Readers Recognition Game with the Columbia Fireflies! Sunday, May 15 at 2:05, the Fireflies will host the Asheville Tourists. 

The deadline for the Readers Program forms is THIS Friday, April 22, 2016. 
For further information or with question/concerns, contact our Media Specialist

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Colorful Reminder

Staff and Students are invited to participate in the following two COLOR days:

Thursday, 4/21 : Wear BLUE to support our Langford Special Olympics Athletes

Friday, 4/22: Wear GREEN to honor our beautiful home on Earth Day!


Thursday, April 14, 2016

Spring Pictures

Spring Pictures are tomorrow, April 15. Photographs are head to toe shots. Dress your best and don't forget to wear a smile!

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

April is the Month of the Military Child


This Friday, April 15,  Langford and others across the nation, will wear purple to show support for the military child. This day is the legacy of the former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger (www.myarmyonesource.com). The color purple was picked because it is "the color that represents all branches of the military. The 4-H went with purple because it is the color that symbolizes all branches of the military. “It is a combination of Army green, Marine red, and Coast Guard, Air Force and Navy blue,” according to the 4-H. “The goal of ‘Purple Up!’ is for military youth to actually see the support in their school, youth groups and the community.” (www.defense.gov)

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To learn more about the Month of the Military Child, Purple Up! Campaign and other  Military Family resources:

US Army MWR Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Get Your Purple On to Recognize Military Children: April 15 is Purple Up! day, a time for Americans to show support for military families. Department of Defense Education Activity schools will celebrate the event on April 20 because of spring recess.

Military OneSource

Military Families Learning Network

Monday, April 11, 2016

LabFest is Coming!

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Looking for a safe, family friendly event in Blythewood, GREAT food AND a way to support your local school? Join the Langford Labs for some great food and family fun at our 6th Annual LabFest!