K-5 Lawnwood students were invited to attend the Publix Math Night. Students teamed up with their parents to complete a scavenger hunt. It was a marvelous math event for the students of Lawnwood Elementary School. GO LEOPARDS!
All K-5 Lawnwood students attended a grade level math competition. The goal of the competition was to encourage students’ interest in math, to develop their problem-solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.
Lawnwood students and staff enjoyed the FSA Pep Rally. Students were reminded to demonstrate their best effort and strive for learning gains and proficiency.WE GOT THIS!
Third grade students from Mrs. Morris’s class and Mrs. Wright’s are helping the earth. Crayons are a petroleum product that takes many years to biodegrade. Lawnwood leopards recycled old and broken crayons. Students sorted and shipped the crayons to the national crayon recycle program. Our students are keeping unwanted crayons from going into landfills. These…
The Second Grade Students of Lawnwood Elementary are cleaning up the environment. Students participated in a campus clean-up project and properly disposed the trash. Lawnwood Leopards are cleaning up the campus and taking care of the earth.
Fifth Grade Science Teachers, Ms. Jacob and Ms. Johnson provided a Saturday Science Camp for their students. The students participated in hands-on activities as they explored the nature of science, life science, and forms of energy. GO LEOPARDS!
All K-5 LWN students wrote a book. Students brainstormed ideas, developed a plan, created a rough draft, and produced a book. Teachers facilitated by conducting writing conferences and by providing feedback throughout the writing process. Check out these fifth-grade students from Mrs. Aaron’s class. Our students are proud of their work. GO LEOPARDS!
K-5 Lawnwood students enjoyed a literacy event. Students and staff enjoyed reading their favorite book while basking in the sunshine. It was a lovely day for outdoor reading.
First Grade Students of Lawnwood are learning how magnifiers make things appear bigger and help people see things they could not see without them. (SC1E5.3)Students were engaged as they explored different areas around the campus.
Lawnwood students enjoyed guest reader day. Local members of the Daughters of the American Revolution read If I Had Your Vote by Dr. Seuss to celebrate reading.