School Vision:
Working Together for
Student Success.


10 Middle Road RR#1 Lawrencetown NS B0S1M0 Canada 
Ph: 902-584-4500  Fax: 902-584-4505
Email: lcs@avrsb.ca
 
 
         

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Annapolis Valley Regional School Board   |   Handbook for Students/Parents/Guardians 2015/2016   |   Updated 02/08/16  |   Disclaimer     |     Village of Lawrencetown


Cafeteria Order Form
Cafeteria Policy
Cafeteria Permission Slip


Menus

Feb. 1-12 Front

Feb. 1-12 Back

8 Cafeteria Recipes


Upcoming Events

Feb 8
After School Skate Gr P-2  2:45-3:45

 Feb 9
After School Skate
Gr 3-5 2:45-3:45

Feb 10
Whole School Skate
Gr. P,1,4/5 9:15
Gr. 2, 3/4 10:45

Basketball Gr P-2
2:30-3:15

 Feb 11
Yoga Gr 3-5 
2:30-3:30 

Feb 15
NS Heritage Day
NO SCHOOL

 


Recycling Fund
for 2015-2016
$425.45
to February 1st


Find out more here.

2008-2009 = $ 765.85
2009-2010 = $ 841.25
2010-2011 = $1030.35
2011-2012 = $ 894.10

2012-2013 = $ 894.85
2013-2014 = $ 696.70
2014-2015 = $ 877.70
 


School Mission:
To develop responsible, life-long learners in a student centered environment where all educational partners are successful, respected and valued.
 


 

 

 

 African Heritage Month

"When the First World War broke out in 1914, African Nova Scotians responded patriotically. The men of the community wanted to volunteer to serve overseas, yet most were rejected. Recruiters told them things like: “this is a white man’s war” and Canada didn’t want a “checkerboard army”.

The majority of Black men who wanted to serve in the military were told there was only one way: they had to form an entire segregated battalion. Black men from Nova Scotia, the rest of Canada, the United States, and the British West Indies formed the No.2 Construction Battalion, C.E.F. with the largest contingent coming from Nova Scotia.  In March 1917, they went overseas to provide support on the Western Front in Europe. They assisted in forestry, dug trenches, built railroads, repaired roads, and laid barbed wire. The Battalion disbanded in 1920.

This year during African Heritage Month, we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battalion and honour the legacy of commitment that was demonstrated."

For more information about African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia, visit the African Nova Scotian Affairs website at: https://ansa.novascotia.ca/african-heritage-month

 

Student Success Plan Goals
2015-2016

- Gr. P-1 Literacy: Develop reading sight word vocabulary accuracy in students and help them to accurately use these words in their written work.

-Math: Develop student understanding of concepts and skills around partitioning of numbers and how to represent them concretely, pictorially, symbolically, orally and in writing.

- Gr. 2-5 Literacy: Increase student reading comprehension focusing on the non-literal and “about and beyond the text” comprehension of the text.

-Math: Increase student  understanding of various forms of patterning and how this assists in overall development of number concepts.

 

LCS After School Program

Registration forms are available by clicking here.  Forms for the After-School Program can be returned to the school office or to Family Matters and you can contact Denise Naugler at Family Matters (584-2210) for more information.  You can also email us at lcs.ns.afterschool@gmail.com
 

 

 

Parents: Do you or your child have an idea for a Publish It! Riverside Press book? Perhaps you have done something special for March Break or maybe you have seen signs of spring or have a story about Lawrencetown in the past. Almost any idea can become a great book for your child to share with family and friends. Even if you have already made a book, you can make another. There is no charge and you get a copy of your book free. It will take about an hour of your time and you don’t need any typing or computer skills. We will help you every step of the way. Books can be made by grandparents as well!!
For more information or to make an appointment, contact: Angie Carreira, 584-3569.

Have you read the neat article in the Spectator about Mrs. Caldwell and her publishing with Publish It? 
Check it out on the
Spectator website.



Family Matters is located at 10 Middle Road Lawrencetown in the former Lawrencetown Consolidated High School Building. It has lots of programs for parents and children in Annapolis County.
Visit the Family Matters website for more information.

Care to read a book or two about
the history of the Lawrencetown Consolidated School? You can find them in the school library or the Village Library or you can contact the author Dave Whitman

Here are links to some businesses that support our school.

 



Blue Griffin Books
 Middleton


Dairy Queen
Greenwood

     

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