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Wednesday, May 24 - LCE Eats Out

 
We are looking forward to our annual day of friends, fun and food at the
Village at Sandhills on Thursday, May 25th!

Many eating establishments have generously offered a percentage of their sales back to LCE for patrons that visit their restaurants during our event. The following businesses are participating. Please make sure to bring the coupon from the flyer to each establishment you make a purchase at so the school can receive credit.

Thanks for your support of our school and community!

Wednesday, May 24 - Matheletes Club in Math Olympiad Program

Students in the Mathletes Club from Lake Carolina Elementary Upper Campus were among the nearly 150,000 students worldwide to participate this year in the Math Olympiad Program.  They participated in a series of five monthly contests of 5 problems each, from November to March, and weekly practice sessions under the supervision and coaching of Ms. Patricia Earle, Ms. Kristen Smarr and Mr. Harry Meyers.  The coaches taught the children to solve unusual and difficult problems and to think creatively.

This year’s mathletes include: Anish Verma, Spencer Shealy, Noah Brown, William Van, Kate Kaczynski, Alexia George, Ellie Gatzke, Sadie-Ann Campbell, Harrison Knight, Savannah Jones, Rebekkah Howell.  Ten students will also receive an embroidered patch for scoring in the top 50% of all participants: Micah Tinnell, Jason Schutt, Adam Van, Yasmine White, Sanvi Divekar, Marc Hines, Annabelle Manville, Savannah Yoo, Sean Gibbons, and Micah Hicks.

Micah Tinnell received a trophy for scoring in the top 25% of all participants.

Each year the Math Olympiads serve over 100,000 students on over 5000 teams nationally and about 50,000 students on 1000 teams in more than 30 countries.  Since 1979, it has provided challenging, thought-provoking problems that stretch the abilities of students in grades 4 - 8, strengthening their foundation for both assessment tests and more advanced studies.  Our children have responded to the challenge with eagerness and enthusiasm. Congratulations Mathletes!

Wednesday, May 24 - Readers' Challenge Team Wins

LCEU Readers' Challenge Team won at the District Elementary Readers' Challenge competition against Bethel-Hanberry Elementary and Lonnie B. Nelson Elementary at R2i2 on Tuesday, May 2nd.

All the school teams answered difficult trivia questions about the twenty 2016-17 South Carolina Association of School Librarians Children's Book Award Nominees.

Congratulations to Savannah Jones, Alex Conway, Emma Wargel, Jeremy McDowell, Iris Ferguson, and Emery Eaton for representing our school. We are so proud of this team!

Special thanks to sponsor Mrs. Shannon Ryan.

Saturday, April 29 - Turnaround Achievement Award

 
Congratulations to Soraya Bonno, a second grade student and Franklin Tillotson, a fifth grade student, for receiving the Turnaround Achievement Award for Lake Carolina Elementary Lower and Upper Campuses. This award is given to students that exemplify effort, perseverance, and commitment during the school year to overcome any challenges. The award ceremony and reception was held at R2i2 on Thursday, April 27, 2017. 

Tuesday, March 07 - Spring Assessment Schedule

Students in grades 3-8 will be given the SC Ready Assessment in English /Language Arts (Writing, Reading/Grammar) and Math. Students in 4th and 5th grades will also take the SC PASS Assessment for Science and Social Studies. All assessments will be in administered online.
 
 
Assessment Schedule for Spring 2017
 
  • Thursday, May 4 - SC Ready ELA Field Test (Additional Test Added)
  • Monday, May 15 - SC Ready - ELA (Writing/Grammar)
  • Tuesday, May 16 - SC Ready - ELA (Reading)
  • Thursday, May 18 - SC Ready - Math
  • Monday, May 22 - SC PASS - Science (4th and 5th only)
  • Tuesday, May 23 - SC PASS - Social Studies (4th and 5th only)
  • Make-Up Testing Dates: May 5, 8, 17, 19, 24, 25, 26
Reminders
  • Have your child(ren) to school on time.
  • Make sure your child has a good night's rest before a testing day.
  • Have balanced, healthy breakfasts on the mornings of testing.
  • Avoid scheduling doctors' appointments and other out-of-school functions on testing days.
  • Students may not bring any electronic devices to use during testing. This includes electronic book readers and cell phones.
 
 
 
 
 

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