K-5 Lawnwood Students Enjoyed a Fun, Motivational Program

DJ Corey visited Lawnwood Elementary School and encouraged students to always strive for excellence. This special music performance motivated students to make good choices and put forth good effort.  Students enjoyed dancing to DJ Corey’s hit song “Pass The Test”.   It was another amazing day at Lawnwood Elementary School.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Welcomes BMX Freestyle Riders

Come to School!  Arrive on Time!  Stay all Day! Attendance Matters at Lawnwood Elementary School.  The K-5 students who met the schoolwide attendance goal of 92% or higher were invited to attend a BMX Show.  The students enjoyed watching this dynamic duo as they performed bunny hops, track stands, wheelies, 180 Turns, and so much more!  It was another fun day at Lawnwood Elementary School.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood’s Parent Night

All grade 3-5 parents were invited to attend a Parent Night.  Administration, Instructional Coaches, School Counselors, and Teachers facilitated the event.  Parents were provided a copy of their child’s Progress Monitoring ELA and Math Score Report and they learned how they can help their student master grade-level content skills.  A video was shown to help parents understand computer adaptive testing and parents were provided time to ask questions and discuss concerns.  A special thank you goes out to all Lawnwood Parents for attending this informative session and for all that they do to support our school.  GO LEOPARDS!  

Lawnwood Elementary Hosts Grades 3-5 Parent Night

All Grades 3-5 Parents were invited to attend a Parent Night.  Administration, Instructional Coaches, School Counselors, and Teachers facilitated the event.  Parents were provided a copy of their child’s Progress Monitoring ELA and Math Score Report and they learned how they can help their student master grade-level content skills.  A video was shown to help parents understand computer adaptive testing and parents were provided time to ask questions and discuss concerns.  A special thank you goes out to all Lawnwood Parents for attending this informative session and for all that they do to support our school.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood’s Leopard of the Month Assembly

Lawnwood Leopards are recognized for their citizenship every month during our K-5 Leopard of the Month Assembly.  These students were selected by their classroom teacher because they consistently demonstrate P.A.W.S. Behavior.   CONGRATULATIONS! P – Pride A – Accountability W – We are Respectful S – Stay Safe GO LEOPARDS!  

Lawnwood Elementary School Partners with Applebees/Fort Pierce

Lawnwood’s third annual flapjack fundraiser was a BIG HIT! The families of Lawnwood Elementary School were served breakfast by the LWN staff members.  A special thank you goes out to the staff of Applebees/Fort Pierce for being a local business partner. We also appreciate the LWN staff, parents, and students for making this a fun, memorable event.  Go LEOPARDS!  

Field Day Fun at Lawnwood Elementary School

K-5 Students enjoyed Field Day Activities.  Field day is the perfect opportunity for students to use the skills they have learned during physical education.  Students enjoyed the friendly competition as they were encouraged to put forth their best effort and work as a team.  A special thank you goes out to Coach Paul, Coach Fredryk, and Mr. Ortiz for coordinating our 2024 Field Day Events.  GO LEOPARDS!

Attendance Matters at Lawnwood Elementary School

Attendance Matters at Lawnwood Elementary School.  K-5 students who met the Jan/Feb Attendance Goal of 92% were eligible to attend a MAGIC SHOW!  The magician was amazing, and it was another GREAT day at Lawnwood. Students are strongly encouraged and rewarded for coming to school, arriving on time, and remaining in school for the entire school day.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Leopards are Extending Their Learning

Mrs. Collins’ 4th-grade class at Lawnwood Elementary recently completed a timeline and test questions project. After studying nonfiction texts with timelines, they explored another text without a timeline. Students constructed a timeline solely from the information provided in the text.  Then, they created three test questions and answers to deepen their learning.  It was an enjoyable learning experience.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Elementary Students Celebrated the Contributions of Influential African Americans During Black History Month

All K-5 Lawnwood classes completed a group project.  Students learned about influential African American Entertainers, Athletes, Scientists, Inventors, Entrepreneurs, Government Leaders, and Writers.  Display boards were developed to highlight the accomplishments, awards, and contributions made by these great leaders.  Projects featured Langston Hughes, Ruby Bridges, Patricia Bath, Madame CJ Walker, Garrett Morgan, Kyrie Irving, and many more historical figures.  A special thank you goes out to Mrs. D’Jion Jackson, Dr. Jodie Certosimo, Dr. Leinitia Robinson, and Mrs. Michelle Barreto for using a rubric to rate all projects and select the top three.  Hats off to all LWN teachers for making … Read More

Lawnwood Elementary Students are Learning about Mae Jemison

Lawnwood Leopards are celebrating Black History Month.  Ms. Frazier’s VPK students read books and completed art projects in honor of Mae Jemison.  Mae Jemison is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first African American woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour in 1992. Jemison joined NASA’s astronaut corps in 1987 and was selected to serve for the STS-47 mission, during which the Endeavour orbited the Earth for nearly eight days on September 12–20, 1992.    

Lawnwood Leopards Are Studying Earth and Space

Ms. White’s students are learning about the major common characteristics of all planets, and they are comparing/contrasting the properties of the inner and outer planets.  The students completed a graphic organizer, writing task, and an art project to demonstrate their learning.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Families Attended Parent Conference Night

Lawnwood Elementary teachers hosted parent conference night. Students shared their academic goals and progress monitoring data with their families. Teachers provided an action plan for each individual student and reminded parents of the grade level expectations.  A huge thank you goes out to the Lawnwood teachers for coordinating this event and to our Lawnwood families for attending. GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood’s Annual Holiday Performance

It is a season of joy at Lawnwood Elementary.  Together we learned about various Christmas traditions through drama, music, and dance.   A special thank you goes out to Ms. Evans, Lawnwood’s music teacher, for directing and coordinating the entire production.  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Leopards Participated in a Vocabulary Parade!

Lawnwood Leopards participated in a Vocabulary Parade! This vocabulary parade was inspired by a book called Miss Alaineus. The purpose of the parade is to help students learn interesting words and share their meanings and connections with others. This K-5 vocabulary parade was a hit!  GO LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Leopards Take Over Big Apple Pizza!

Lawnwood Leopards take over Big Apple Pizza! A huge thank you goes out to Big Apple Pizza for hosting and sponsoring our Read to Succeed Book Night! Lawnwood students received a free book and a slice of delicious pizza! Way to Go LEOPARDS!

Lawnwood Leopards Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

The October Parent Night was a hit!  All LWN families were invited to our Hispanic Heritage Celebration.  Families toured the class projects, dined at the taco bar, and enjoyed a talent show. In addition, fifth grade students participated in a wax museum performance to honor the lives of Hispanic Americans like Roberto Clemente, Sonia Sotomayor, and Cesar Chavez.  Go Leopards!

Lawnwood Leopards Enjoy Read-Aloud Time!

Lawnwood Leopards enjoyed their read-aloud time! The third-grade students in Mrs. Hammett’s class look forward to their daily read-aloud time.  They are finishing a Captain Underpants Epic Novel.  The students were engaged in the book because it has humor and action.  In addition, Captain Underpants is a very empathetic character who is nice and kind to everyone.  Continue to READ!   Go LEOPARDS!