LeVasseur students at work at home! We're so proud of you!
More LeVasseur students taking school at home seriously! We're so proud of you!
Here are a few of our hard working LeVasseur students doing school work at home! We're so proud of you!
Good Morning LeVasseur Students! Ms. Bicknell https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGbpcIZ911I&feature=youtu.be
Miss Delmore’s class at LeVasseur learned about 2D shapes. They built different shapes based on numbers of sides and vertices! Such fun!
Kindergarten teachers at LeVasseur are at a conference and look whose picture they got! Thank you for posing Gerry Brooks!
More LeVasseur Wacky Wednesday photos!
LeVasseur Second Graders had a WACKY WEDNESDAY yesterday! Mrs. Creek did an awesome job decorating the three classroom doors to make the day extra fun!
Just a few more fun pictures from LeVasseur's Family Reading Night!
It's so much fun when your glasses match the principal's!
Family Reading Night was a HUGE success last night at LeVasseur!
LeVasseur supports Jump Rope for Heart - raising money for the American Heart Association!
Family Reading Night at LeVasseur is just one more day away! What's your word?
Students in Miss Denault's class at LeVasseur just completed a presentation and paper on animals they researched. We're so proud of their finished project!
Our third grade math team ROCKS! They completed their second contest yesterday! Thank you for representing our school.
LeVasseur Parents: Please join us for Family Reading Night this Thursday at 5:30pm. We're looking forward to seeing you!
Kindergarten celebrated the 100th day of school recently! It is so hard to believe that we have passed up 100 days of school this year! Here are a few pictures from Mrs. Mehrer's and Mrs. Parmley's classes.
Judge Bill Dickenson visited Mrs. Talbot's classroom today at LeVasseur. He read the book Lincoln’s Hat to her class in honor of Lincoln’s birthday. The students loved the story and had several questions for him about his job!
LeVasseur’s Family Reading is February 20th from 5:30-7:00! This year’s theme is vocabulary! We are going to celebrate words and their meanings! Put your THINKING CAPS on and start your plans! How can you show ZIGZAG, SLEUTH, BOLT, BOOKWORM, BOLD . . . We encourage costumes to be homemade or a modified store bought costume. Ready to get started? Here are a few ideas!
This week Mrs. Pfeiffer's 4th grade students read "Colonial Voices", learning about different viewpoints of the Colonists during the Revolutionary War. They read opinions of Loyalists, Patriots, Native Americans, and slaves leading up to the Boston Tea Party. We compared and contrasted, and discussed why each person may have felt the way they did. On Friday, Ms. Bicknell visited our room to impose taxes (taking smarties away) on the students to show them how the colonists may have felt. This led to a great discussion afterwards. Thanks Ms. Bicknell!