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Principal's Message

Dear Lammersville Families,


It is wonderful to be back at school even with the cloudy day that we had on Monday.  This month we are focusing on the Character Counts trait of Fairness and families may reinforce this by asking students to explain different examples of what Fairness may look like at school, home, while playing sports and more.  I look forward to recognizing students at our next Character Counts Award Assembly on Friday, January 25th.


Our basketball teams are gearing up for the season and I look forward to cheering them on.  The drama students are already making plans for their spring production.  I will share the evening performance date as soon as I can to allow families to “save the date” and join us for another fantastic student production.


Students across grade levels have begun their Artist in Residence lessons with Mr. Mario and Ms. Sonya.  It is wonderful to see their excitement and pride as they learn about artists, create pieces of art and receive compliments from their peers.  Students in 7th and 8th grade had their in class history “field trips” this week with 7th grade learning about Knights in History and 8th grade learning about the American Civil War.  All of these enrichment opportunities are sponsored by our Lammersville School Foundation and made possible through student/family participation in LSF fundraisers such as the Lammersville Warrior Walk-a-Thon, Harvest Carnival, Auction Dinner Dance, Cookie Dough and more.


Save the Date for the upcoming Health Expo that will be held on Saturday, February 2nd from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Mountain House High School.  This is a free community event with guest speakers, vendor booths, student exhibits and more!


Please remember that there is no school on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.


Take care,


Irene Busuttil