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!Details
Students of Lawnwood Elementary Were Recognized During the Leopard of the Month Assembly for Being a Good Friend
Students are learning how to share, celebrate, resolve conflicts, and empathize. LEVEL UP!Details
During the week of October 4th, students learned about Roberto Clemente. In addition, students learned about Rita Moreno, Cesar Chavez, Jennifer Lopez and so many more Hispanic Leaders. BRAVO!Details
Mrs. Aaron and Ms. Jacob have been recognized by the Florida Department of Education as High Impact Teachers. They have been selected because of their commitment to student learning and for making a positive impact on student achievement as measured by 2021 Spring FSA. They have also been selected to participate in a year long…Details
Teachers and students created bulletin boards to recognize Hispanic American Community Leaders and Champions.
Fourth grade students compared their observations and used multiple tools as they participated in an egg drop activity.