The start of summer vacation means a chance for families to deviate from their routine of getting up at the same time each morning. But, is that the right thing to do?
Meet your teacher before the big day and see your new classroom! It’s an exciting time of year.
Parents and students are invited to this come-and-go event. Questions will be answered to ease first-day-of-school jitters.
Refreshments will be provided!
When: Tuesday, July 29, 4 to 6 p.m.
Where: 5660 S. 12th Ave. (near Drexel Rd.)
For more information please call, (520) 807 – 9668.
Champions Choice Insurance and Financial Services LLC sponsored an award assembly for LPA South.
Parents, we need your opinions to help us to continue to improve our campus.
News flash: We’re almost at the end of another school year! As if anyone needing reminding, right? Our school is busy wrapping up lesson plans and planning graduation ceremonies. At such a busy time, it’s easy to overlook a child who might be struggling with the emotions that often come at the end of a school year.
Have you been to the library lately? The teachers and staff here at La Paloma have been focused lately on the importance of preparing for AIMS testing as well as honing students’ skills in math and reading. This can extend to non-school hours, too! Local libraries are a great resource for parents and students in both regards.
It’s hard to believe that March is already here, with spring officially just around the corner. For schools, that means testing season! In about a month, we will be giving AIMS tests to our students for the last time. Next school year, a new test will be given that’s designed to show how well students have learned new “Career and Career Ready Standards,” which used to be called “Common Core.”
This month, we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming members of our community, community leaders and personalities as well as family members for “Love of Reading Week.” It’s always a thrill to see a student connect with a book reader and discover a whole new world. But what about that “second R” in the “Reading, ’Riting and ’Rithmetic” – writing?