Coach Paul’s fifth grade PE students enjoyed a game of Monster Ball. The students used small balls to move the big ball to the opposing team’s side. Students enjoyed the game as they used overhand and underhand throws to score points. GO LEOPARDS!
Ms. Frazier’s VPK students tasted salty, sweet, bitter and sour treats. They used their taste buds as they charted the results. Overall, most students enjoyed the sweet and salty items. GO LEOPARDS!
Mrs. Ferrara-Slater’s students participated in an engaging, hands-on learning experience as they explored the parts of a flower and the process of pollination and fertilization. This activity not only taught them about the anatomy of a flower, but also demonstrated the important role that animals, like bees and other pollinators, play in the reproduction of…
The parent meetings were facilitated by the teachers. Parents received information about grade level benchmarks, at home reading strategies, attendance initiatives, and progress monitoring. GO LEOPARDS!
Mrs. Annen’s first grade students used whiteboards and manipulatives as they added one-digit numbers. WAY to GO!
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!
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!