Ms. Jacob’s fifth grade students worked cooperatively as they determined which cup of water (foam, metal, paper, or plastic) would most likely have the slowest temperature change. Lawnwood Leopards are leading the way!
Ms. Abbate’s fourth grade students wrote a statement about every classmate. This writing activity encouraged students to reflect on positive attributes and help build relationships. Kindness is a gift that everyone can afford to give.
Students and teachers were celebrated for having the highest instructional usage rate and passing rate. We showed up! We worked! We succeeded! GO LEOPARDS!
All K-5 students shared their academic data, achievement goals, and their action plan with a parent or caring adult. Lawnwood Leopards are tracking their progress and making learning gains. WAY TO GO!
First Grade students from Lawnwood Elementary enjoyed a yummy snack as they explored place value and the properties of operation for addition and subtraction. Students used marshmallows and gummy worms as concrete models to deepen their understanding of place value concepts. GO LEOPARDS!
Ms. Jacob (LWN), Mrs. McQueen (CAM), and Mrs. Aaron (LWN) were selected because of their commitment to student learning and for making a positive impact on student achievement as measured by 2021 Spring FSA.
Students selected vocabulary words and created a costume that described the word. Together we learned new words and had a lot of fun. GO LEOPARDS!
Students in Grades K-5 were recognized for their citizenship skills and their academic progress. They also earned awards for demonstrating extraordinary effort, being a homework hero, and displaying PAWSome behavior. Go LEOPARDS!
We stand together against bullying. We are united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
Lawnwood’s Teacher of the Year – Ms. Jacob, Fifth Grade Teacher Lawnwood’s Outstanding First Year Teacher of the Year – Ms. Solorzano, First Grade Teacher Lawnwood’s Distinguished Minority Educator of the Year – Mrs. Adams, Interventionist Lawnwood’s School Related Employee of the Year – Mrs. Whalen, Data Specialist Congratulations!