Welcome to Mrs. Lavoie's webpage! If you need to get a hold of me at anytime, you may reach me at 432-6956, ext. 5104. Another way you can reach me is through email at email@example.com.
You may also choose to write me a note and I will get back to you as
soon as possible. Please place all notes and lunch money in the clear
front pocket of your child's plastic homework folder that will be given
to them. I'm looking forward to an exciting year in Room 104! As we
kick off the new school year, there is always a lot of paperwork. Please
try to return all forms as quickly as possible. Thanks in advance for
your help with getting everything back to us.
Important Dates To Remember For September
September 2nd- No school
September 5th- Labor Day
Thursday, September 29th- Second Grade Open House Night 6:25-6:45 pm.
Unlike past years, this will be a parent information night only. Stay tuned for more information coming home about this night.
Here is what your backpack should be filled with when we return to
school. If you need help with any of these things, please email me and I
am happy to supply!
- 2 glue sticks
- 1 box of Crayola Crayons 24 pack
- Two-Pocket Folder (for home/school correspondence)-pockets on bottom please!
- 1 plastic pencil box (approximately 8-1/2" x 5-3/4" only please)-other sizes will be returned home (see below)
- 1 box of tissues
- 1 container of district approved wipes (see below)
Wet Ones, Seventh Generation Brand Disinfecting Wipes or Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes are district approved!
Please be sure to check your child's backpack daily for schoolwork,
important notes and newsletters. We would also appreciate donations of tissues.
I will supply your child with all of the other supplies necessary to
function during our school day. To help your child keep their workspace
neat and organized, any other extra supplies (markers, colored pencils, etc.) should be kept at home unless otherwise requested. Thank
you ahead of time for helping your child prepare for school!
*Donations of any size Ziploc baggies (from snack to quart to
gallon), any size paper plates, napkins, and plastic forks or spoons are
always greatly appreciated and help to keep our classroom running