Students in Mr. Glotzer’s 5th grade Math class located the origin and x-axis and y-axis on a life-size coordinate plane. Students were given an ordered pair to plot a given point on the first quadrant and then practice finding the distance between two points.
Students in Ms. Quintero’s second-grade class are using manipulatives to learn about shapes. Students are learning about the names of each shape based on the number of sides. The use of manipulatives helps students hone their mathematical thinking skills and helps students connect ideas and integrate their knowledge so that they gain a deep understanding…
Lakewood Park Elementary students conferenced with teachers to set goals for the Winter i-Ready Diagnostic. Students worked hard this week to be able to show learning gains in reading and math.
Lakewood Park Elementary in-person and virtual students were encouraged to represent a content vocabulary word from a previous unit in ELA, Math, Science, or Social Studies.
New England Club at Spanish Lakes donated all these toys for our students!
Lakewood Park is honored to have so many talented and caring professionals. Each year, we recognize and highlight a few of these amazing individuals. We’d like to take moment to recognize the following 2019-2020 LWP Staff Members: Teacher of the Year: Zulay Garcia Outstanding First Year Teacher: Tiffany Gardner Minority Educator of the Year: Liz…
Our PTO Chocolate Bar Fundraiser starts today! If your child would like to sell chocolate bars..please sign and return the permission form to the front office. Thank you for supporting PTO. 🌞💜🌴 PTO Chocolate Bar Fundraiser
This Thursday – wear jeans and no collar for $1 Big Brothers Big Sisters ‘Bowl for Kids’ Sake will take place on Saturday, September 21st at 11:00 am at Superplay USA. Students may wear no jeans and no collar for a $1 on Thursday September 19th to raise money for this great organization.