Posted on May 18, 2018
Our wonderful Kindergarten teacher, Krysta Doughty is also a race car driver. She has been driving for 24 years! She brings her race car to school every year for the kiddos to see it.
Posted on May 17, 2018
Bridges is an amazing literacy program through Minneapolis Children's Theatre. Thanks to the LC PTA, private donations from LC family and friends, and the Little Canada REC association, all year our entire fifth grade community came together to work with artists and literacy specialists in both English and Spanish. The work presented by the Children's theater program became a significant additional part of the fifth grade curriculum. The children felt success in telling and creating stories. Our teachers used stories from the program to enhance the literacy curriculum and we saw an increased achievement in literacy MCAs in our fifth grade students. The children created their own plays and had an opportunity to perform them on the Children's Theater stage. The energy was amazing, the community was amazing.
Posted on May 15, 2018
On May 9 Little Canada Elementary School participated in the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program. This program is a sustained efforts by parents, schools, law enforcement, advocacy groups, community leaders and government to improve the well-being of children by walking and biking to school. They help make bicycling and walking to school safer and more appealing transportation choices thus encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age.
Posted on April 19, 2018
ELI 2nd graders used the Green Screen by Do Ink app and then iMovie to complete their sea creature movies. Check them out on the LC media webpage. Just click on LC Class Projects at the top.
Posted on April 11, 2018
Mr. Kleemeier's Grade 5 DLI class created some exciting art that is on display in the specialist's hallway. It started as a small project for Black History Month in February and turned into something bigger. The students chose an image of a person of color who was actively involved in social justice issues. Some are from the 1930s like Jesse Owens and some are contemporary like Oprah and Serena Williams.
Rather than make posters, they are in the form of t-shirts hanging on the clothesline. Please stop by and enjoy these paintings the next time you are in the building.
LC We have all 5 Future Problem Solvers (FPS) teams headed to the state competition tomorrow in St. Cloud!!
Posted on March 23, 2018