Lakewood Park Elementary Showcases Their Resource Classes

Lakewood Park Elementary students are lucky to be able to participate in different resource classes.

Students at Lakewood Park Elementary participate every week in drama class. In Ms. Gardner’s drama class, students do a variety of activities appropriate to their age level, including gameplay, acting out scenes, and improvising skits. Ms. Gardner integrates student knowledge and understanding of drama with the study of other academic subjects.

 

Students at Lakewood Park Elementary participate every week in art class. Mrs. Pettit has designed this class to provide an opportunity for art students to explore the fundamentals of art and to work with a variety of traditional and new materials.

 

Students at Lakewood Park Elementary participate every week in physical education. Coach Myers provides cognitive content and instruction designed to develop motor skills, knowledge, and behaviors for physical activity and physical fitness. Coach Myers provides students with opportunities to learn skills and gain confidence in staying healthy and active for a lifetime.

Students at Lakewood Park Elementary participate every week in Social Emotional Learning class. During this class, Mrs. Carr helps students improve social and emotional skills, attitudes, relationships, academic performance, and perceptions of classroom and school climate. You can see how students are engaged in talking, to be able to solve a problem presented by Mrs. Carr.

 

Students at Lakewood Park Elementary go to the media center every week. Mrs. Gardner has created a school library where students and staff have access to a variety of resources. Each class has a regularly scheduled Media class-time each week. During those sessions with the students, Mrs. Gardner reads a story aloud and/or works on literacy skills together, with technology instruction regularly integrated into the lessons.