Primary School Announcements
4K INFORMATIONAL MEETING
Luxemburg-Casco Primary School Cafeteria
Thursday, January 19
6:00PM - 7:00PM
This 4K informational meeting is for Parents/Guardians of children that will be eligible for 4K for the 2017-2018 School Year and for Community Members who want
to learn more about LC's 4K program. If you wish, you may register your child this evening after the meeting. When registering, please bring your child's raised-seal birth certificate & a copy of their immunizations.
** To be eligible for 4K, your child must be born on or before September 1, 2013 **
4K & 5K REGISTRATION
Luxemburg-Casco Primary School – 601 Marcks Lane, Luxemburg, WI
January 23 through February 9, 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Wednesday, February 1, 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Luxemburg-Casco School District will conduct 4 year old kindergarten (4K) and 5 year old kindergarten (5K) registration Monday, January 23 through Thursday, February 9 for the 2017-2018 school year. Children who will be four (4) years old on or before September 1, 2017 are eligible to register for 4 year old kindergarten. Children who will be five (5) years old on or before September 1, 2017 are eligible to register for 5 year old kindergarten.
4K ~ Must be born on or before September 1, 2013
5K ~ Must be born on or before September 1, 2012
No appointment necessary. You do not need to bring your child.
Parents are required to bring all of the following information to register:
ATTENTION PARENTS OF L-C 4K STUDENTS
If your child is already attending L-C for 4K, you DO NOT have to register again for 5K. We will provide you more information about 5K at a later date.
Attention all LC Families
We are in search of area businesses that have interesting vehicles to use in a Careers on Wheels activity in the future.
Parish Webster (Primary School Counselor) and Alexis Foley (Intermediate School Counselor) are combining efforts to create this fun career exploration activity for K-6 students and we would like to hear from you! Please comment on this Facebook post if you know of any area businesses that have a vehicle that could be displayed during this activity.
This would be an opportunity to market area businesses while Primary and Intermediate School students come together for an incredible hands-on learning opportunity. Students will hear from community professionals about their real life experiences on the job and what it took for them to learn how to do their job.
Please comment below with any recommended contacts for our Careers on Wheels activity.
If you’d like to contact either of them directly instead, their contact information is below.
Parish Webster email@example.com 845-2315 ext. 204
Alexis Foley firstname.lastname@example.org 845-2371 ext. 106
We look forward to working together with all of you to help students look ahead into their future as successful professionals in our society!
Brianna, a 2nd grade student at the Primary School had an idea to raise money for Shop With a Cop, and she asked Mr. Webster to help her plan it (a bake sale fundraiser scheduled for December 4th). So they've been busy putting it all together with Officer Nia and many other helpful people. We are very proud of Brianna for having a vision to help others in need during this holiday season! Her wish is that each family can buy what they need for Christmas, as well as a toy and a puzzle that they can put together on Christmas as a family.
Briana's idea generated a lot of excitement in the community and we are very proud of her! Thank you to everyone that donated, baked, helped and all the kind words of encouragement! The support from the community was overwhelming!
Check out local media's coverage of this event:
We are pleased to announce that the Luxemburg-Casco School District will be piloting a Destination Imagination program this year!
What is Destination Imagination (DI)? DI is an international educational program that uses STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Mathematics) to develop 21st-century skills. This creative outlet teaches leadership, problem-solving and teamwork while solving one of six open-ended challenges. The solutions to these challenges are presented at a regional tournament in early spring.
DI participants are tested to think on their feet, work as a team and devise original solutions that satisfy the requirements of the challenges. DI participants gain more than just basic knowledge and skills—they learn to unleash their imaginations and take unique approaches to problem-solving.
Who can Participate? Any student in grades 5K-12. Students in grades K-2 can participate in Rising Stars, a non-competitive level of DI that introduces children to the program.
How are teams formed? Each team consists of 2-7 members (Rising Stars can have 10). Each team needs at least one adult Team Manager.
Where can I learn more? Check out the DI website at www.destinationimagination.org
To see Destination Imagination in action, check out this YouTube video: https://youtu.be/8qy4iwZeVeY
More information and signup sheets will be distributed soon. If you have any questions or are interested in becoming a team manager, please contact Karen Pantzlaff.
If you would like to learn more about how DI complements the curriculum, see the attached documents.
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