We had a couple of great 100 Mile Club celebrations last week. As a school we ran over 10,500 miles this year! That is about 3,000 more miles than we ran the previous year! I'm very proud of each of our participants and look forward to another great 100 Mile Club season in the Fall. Click here to see our final video.
Thank you and have a fun and active summer!
Mike Newell Longmont Estates Elementary School Physical Education
Our assembly celebrations for 100 Mile Club are this week. Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade will have theirs on Thursday from 8:30-9am in the gym. 3rd, 4th and 5th grade is on Friday from 8:30-9am in the gym.&n
Makerspaces are dedicated areas that promote learning through play and experimentation. They are designed to accommodate a wide range of activities and are stocked with tools and materials that encourage students to design, build, invent and experiment as they deeply engage in learning.
Makerspaces are ideal for teaching 21st century skills such as collaboration and teamwork, creativity and imagination, critical thinking and problem solving.
We are nearing the finish line of 100 mile club! We still have many club members that are close to significant milestones where they can earn a great incentive. We are looking to a strong finish this week to hit those marks.
Tuesday May 2nd - Longmont Estates Elementary - If your child arrives in the first 10 minutes they will receive a bonus lap, 7:40-7:50 only
Please join us in celebrating Hawaiian Day on Wednesday, May 3rd-Late Start. Dress up in your finest beach apparel and show that you are ready for a tropical vacation! No swimsuits please! A donation of $1.00 to participate in the fun is requested.
The following standardized supply list is for all elementary schools in the SVVSD. The supplies listed have been determined as the necessary materials for each student to have in order to be prepared for school each day. Since these supplies are necessary for a student to be prepared for class, parents may be asked to replenish during the year should your child’s supplies become depleted or unusable.