“Homework” might not be one of the most welcomed words in a student’s vocabulary, but it’s a necessity of their learning process. Homework helps reinforce material and skills that are taught in class, introduce material for future lessons and teach students how to apply learned skills to new or multiple subjects.
On November 6th & 7th, volunteers will create a 10 ft. x 10 ft. mosaic tile mural on campus.
The Kindness Corridor is a network of tile and mirror public art projects that symbolize community connection and the commitment to practicing kindness. Throughout Tucson, artists, students and community members have collaborated to create beautiful kindness themed murals that celebrate the philosophy of Ben’s Bells. Ben’s Bells was born out of a tragedy in Tucson but now inspires kindness and kindness education nationwide.
Mark your calendar because you won’t want to miss our SPIN Event on August 27th.
- You will be able to as a Family shop at the Book Fair.
- You will be able to enjoy an Ice Cream Sundae.
- You will get information about the school, the programs being offered like Title 1, etc.
- You will be able to do a family Scavenger Hunt and see if you can find a book to enjoy as a Family.
SEE YOU THERE!
Practice this week will be as follows:
Monday thru Wednesday – 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday (school begins) – 3:45 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.
I don’t know about you, but I am already a little tired of seeing and hearing the back-to-school hype on TV and the radio. It’s true that school resumes at La Paloma Academy on Thursday, July 31st, so it is time to start getting geared up for your children to resume their educations.
It’s my belief that a key to preparations for starting a new school year should be getting your children organized prior to the start of school. I know that the teachers and staff at La Paloma Academy are in the midst of getting organized, as well for the start of the new school year.
Attention, anyone interested in signing up for our LPA tackle football team (we are the defending state champs)! The cost is $125. You must have a valid physical and must be in grades 6-8. Mini-camp starts June 16th. Anyone interested can call Coach Jim Lawwill at 245-2545.