As you may know, our students and staff have been working hard this month learning about Black History Month. Each classroom worked together to decorate their doors showcasing and celebrating influential black leaders, past, present, and future. Yesterday, some of our students presented the decorated doors to a panel of judges, including our Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Gejda. We are so proud of our students and wanted to share their hard work with you! We hope you enjoy these photos of our First Annual Lordship School Black History Month Door Decorating Contest!
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On Friday, October 18, Lordship students and staff dressed in pink to raise over $622 for the Norma Pfriem Breast Center in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Mrs. Santoro/Mr. Commodore's class raised the most money, bringing in $55! Mrs. Agosto's and Mrs. D'Amico's classes tied for being the most "Pinked Out" class, with 100% participation.
Mrs. Pillo's and Ms. Grandfield's kindergarten classes visited Jones Family Farms in Shelton on Friday, October 18. They had a delightful time learning about farms and growing pumpkins as well as having the chance to go on a hayride. Each of them even got to bring home their own pumpkin!
Thanks to our Asset Ambassadors, we had some beautiful sidewalk art to welcome our students back to school.