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
Posted on March 20, 2018
Students in K through 8th grade were invited to submit a design for the 2018 Canadian Days Button Contest. Our students won first, second and third place and an honorable mention. L.C., the Canadian Days mascot, John Keis, the mayor and members of the Canadian Days Committee presented prizes to the students. Winners received checks and a chance to ride in the parade! Canadian Days will be on August 3-5 at Spooner Park in Little Canada.
Posted on March 16, 2018
A great thing happened at our school on Friday. Through a partnership between Scholastic Books and the North Suburban Kiwanis club EVERY student received a free book. A first grader came up to me and excitedly said, " We get to keep this book forever!"
Posted on March 2, 2018
This Friday was the assembly for the end of our Read a Thon. We read for hundreds of hours, raised hundreds of dollars and had a blast all week. But the best was Friday when our principal, Mr.B, got pies thrown in his face by the Read a Thon winners.
Posted on February 27, 2018