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8 Cafeteria Recipes
Mar. 31 Bookmobile visits
Apr. 1 Student of the Month at 1:30 pm
Apr. 2 Gr 3–5 Mini Volleyball
2:30 – 3:30 pm
Apr. 2 Light It Up Blue Day – wear
Apr. 3 Good Friday – NO SCHOOL
Apr. 6 Easter Monday – NO SCHOOL
Apr. 9 Richard Rudnicki, Author visit 8:30 am
(to January 1st)
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To develop responsible, life-long learners in a student centered
environment where all educational partners are
successful, respected and valued.
This year we are encouraging poets and hosts to
explore and savour the theme of Food and Poetry.
Pass the poems please
Pile them on my plate
Put them right in front of me
For I can hardly wait
To take each tangy word
To try each tasty rhyme
And when I've tried them once or twice
I'll try them one more time:
So pass the poems please
They just won't leave my head
I have to have more poems
Before I go to bed.
used with permission
As Soon as Fred Gets Out of Bed
As soon as Fred gets out of bed,
his underwear goes on his head.
His mother laughs, "Don't put it there,
a head's no place for underwear!"
But near his ears, above his brains,
is where Fred's underwear remains.
At night when Fred goes back to bed,
he deftly plucks it off his head.
His mother switches off the light
and softly croons, "Good night! Good night!"
And then, for reasons no one knows,
Fred's underwear goes on his toes.
Poetry Month was established in Canada in April 1999 by the
League of Canadian Poets, National Poetry Month brings
together schools, publishers, booksellers, literary
organizations, libraries, and poets across the country to
celebrate poetry and its vital place in Canada's culture.
Communities and businesses participate through readings,
festivals, book displays, and other events. Find out
more by visiting:
Jane Baskwill is
a local Canadian poet and author who has been writing poems
for many years. This poem comes from her book,
Pass the Poems Please. Jack Prelutsky is an American
poet who also has been writing poems for many years.
Rolling Harvey Down the Hill is one of our favourite
books by Mr. Prelutsky.
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 Lynn Roscoe (584-3981) or Denise Naugler at Family
Matters (584-2210) for more information. You can also
email us at email@example.com
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,
Have you read the neat article in
the Spectator about Mrs. Caldwell and her publishing
with Publish It?
Check it out on the
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.
Family Matters website for more
Care to read a book or
the history of the Lawrencetown Consolidated School? You can find
them in the school library or the Village Library or you can contact the