Tue, October 6, 2015


October 2- Kids Book sale ends- Send in book or $

October 2- Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Wear Pink & denim

October 5- WEEK OF RESPECT (WOR)- Character Education- Assembly with Miss Singer & Mrs. Barrett

October 7- WOR: Superhero day: Omegaman Assembly- School Spirit day: Wear superhero costumes or apparel- Prizes and wristbands will be distributed. 

October 8-WOR: "Black" out Disrespect- Wear all black 

October 8- Grade 5 Assembly: Map Making 

October 9- WOR: Respect is in our "genes"- Wear jeans and school spiritwear/colors

October 12- No School

October 13-16- Book Fair- See schedule

October 13- PTA Meeting- 10:00 am

October 16- Box Tops Contest 1 ends- Pizza party for the winning classes

October 20-23- 1/2 Days- Parent-Teacher Conferenecs & PTA Snack Sale

October 20-21- Grade 3 InView Testing  

October 22- Assembly: Math Magic

October 26-30- Red Ribbon Week- See flyer for School Spirit days

October 28- PTA Walk-A-Thon- Wear sneakers

October 29- AT Current Events league- 8:00 am

October 30- Halloween parties; Halloween dance- 6:30-8:30 

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LM celebrated Lee Denim Day! 


Lafayette Mills School honors students each month who have exhibited great strength in a set of identified character traits also known as the six pillars of character. These pillars include trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. At the end of each month, one student from each class is recognized as an outstanding role model of the traits and he/she receives a Student of the Month certificate. 

A Lafayette Mills School Citizen of the Month:

  • Treats other students with kindness
  • Demonstrates responsibilitly
  • Exhibits consistent effort in academic areas
  • Demonstrates pride in the school community
  • Exhibits self-discipline
  • Demonstrates good manners consistently 

It is the hope of the staff that through the use of the Character Education program, students will develop and maintain positive character traits, self-esteem, and a sense of community.