If you missed out on getting a yearbook there’s still a chance! We still have a few 2019-2020 LFES Yearbooks available, but they are limited.
If you’re interested in ordering, please contact our Yearbook Chairperson Danielle for more information.

Year in a Review


Happy summer! As we reflect on the many ways LFES PTA was able to enrich our Cubs during the school year, we want to say thank you for your annual PTA membership and for participating in our programs and fundraisers. This past year, LFES PTA provided:

  • Cyber Cafe
  • Art Masters
  • Field trips ~ Each grade-level teaching team chose an onsite or offsite experience to support curriculum.
  • Hands-on Classroom Science ~ Projects to support grade-level curriculum
  • Arts Opportunities ~ PTA Reflections contest & Gallery Night, Yearbook Cover contest, Bookmark Design contest
  • Community Building ~ Family nights, LFES spirit wear
  • Reading ~ Helping students develop a daily reading habit through the Reader Leader program, Read Across America Week, Celebration Books and book fairs.
  • Character Building ~ Cool 2B Kind activities, Red Ribbon Week, and Walk to School Day to encourage healthy habits. Blue Ribbon Week for character awareness. Pajama Day (“Wear a Pair/Bring a Pair”) community giving opportunity.
  • Learning Tools ~ Agenda/planners (grades 3-5) and homework folders (grades TK-2) to build organization skills and effective study habits
  • Teacher Support ~ Teacher stipends, Teacher Appreciation Week & luncheons.

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