Deputy Gonzales joins Mrs. Collins’ class for an enlightening Q&A session, building bridges of understanding and trust between our students and our school resource officer. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!
Welcome Back Leopards!
Fourth graders from Mrs. Gleason’s class worked collaboratively as they located and labeled physical features of Florida. They identified cities, attractions, and bodies of water. They also interpreted political and physical map elements by using a map key and compass rose. GO LEOPARDS!
During preschool week, faculty and staff members participated in professional learning, team building activities, and discussed achievement goals. It was another EPIC week at Lawnwood! GO LEOPARDS!
All kindergarten families were invited to our Kindergarten Orientation hosted by the teachers. Parents were provided information about grade level benchmarks, LWN reading logs, homework procedures, reading tools and strategies for a solid reading foundation. This was another EPIC parent night at Lawnwood.
The students from Mrs. Ooley’s class read the book My Mouth is a Volcano.Mrs. Ooley used this book to help teach students how to respectfully wait their turn to talk. My Mouth Is A Volcano takes an empathetic approach to the habit of interrupting and teaches children a witty technique to help them manage their…Details
Lawnwood Leopards use their mathematical thinking and reasoning skills as they collaborate during math instruction. Mrs. Ferrara-Slater’s Fourth Grade Math AMP Students (Accelerated Math Program) justify their results by explaining their method for solving math problems. Students are also encouraged to analyze the mathematical thinking of others. GO LEOPARDS!
This informative and exciting presentation allowed students to learn about the different states of matter. Students also deepened their understanding of physical and chemical changes. Lawnwood students loved this interactive science presentation.
Ms. Henski’s Kindergarten students are using manipulatives to represent addition andsubtraction. They are also learning how to use their fingers and drawings to share their mathematical thinking.