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"Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world."
"Empowering Learners for Lifelong Success"
Goal 1: Students will improve written communication skills across the curriculum.
Goal 2: Students will improve problem solving skills across the curriculum.
We Need Your Input!
Please offer us your suggestions on anything you see on our website, or at the school. Ask questions, be involved. We'd love to listen!
Please email the principal at Ted Turnipseed or call with your feedback!
We are also eager to have parent volunteers here the school. We welcome parent participation in our Continuing School Improvement (CSI) efforts. If you are interested in volunteering or participating on our CSI efforts by all means call the office or contact me directly. YOU are your child’s most important teacher!
You can begin to be a partner here at Lucas by considering this statement:
I’d like to know what that means to you as a parent. Please give this some thought then send me your interpretations, comments, or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org . Our school is undergoing its five year accreditation visit this school year. We will be visited in April and this is an opportunity for validation, and change in terms of how we address the needs of our students. Your input is very important to us and is welcome throughout the year.
We look forward to seeing you.
Don’t be a stranger,
Continuous School Improvement
School improvement is a constant focus at Andre' Lucas Elementary. Each month we will include information from the School Improvement Team also known as the CSI Team. This month would like to remind everyone of our mission, vision, and goals. All stakeholders are valuable members to the school improvement process. We value your opinions and looking forward to collaboration among all stakeholders. If you have questions concerning the school improvement process, please contact the CSI Chair, Mr.Turnipseed, or Mrs. Ennis.
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