Wed, October 22, 2014

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October 20- Grade 5 Student Council Meeting at 2:20  

October 21-24- 1/2 Days for Conferences (Flyer)

October 21-22- Grade 3- In-View Testing

October 24- PTA Halloween Dance- 7:00 (Flyer)

October 27-31- Red Ribbon Week (Flyer)

October 27- "Put a Cap on Drugs"- Wear a hat

October 28- "I'm a Jean-ius"- Wear jeans & a red shirt

October 28- Science Night (Flyer)

October 29- "Stay in the Game- Be Drug Free"- Wear a sports shirt or Jersey

October 30- "I mustache you not to do drugs!"- Wear your mustache (T-shirts, apparel, or draw a mustache)

October 31- "Hocus Pocus, Drugs are't my focus"- Wear your Costume

*Please scroll down to sign up for the BACKPACK (Flyers) to receive all notices. Paper copies will no longer be distributed in class. *Check the PTA link for udpates. 



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Passage Point: Visitor Registration & Login

http://passagepoint.mers.k12.nj.us:2080/pp/wi1/

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Lafayette Mills Celebrates Lee Denim Day!

Congratulations! Teacher of the year: Mrs. Convey & Support Staff Person of the year: Mrs. Evangelista



CITIZEN OF THE MONTH

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.