Lawnwood Elementary 4th graders travel through history in the United States’ oldest city of St. Augustine. From cannon firings to pirate escapades to sipping eternal youth, students were able to discover their own answers to the frequently asked DBQ question “Why did Spain settle St.Augustine?”
Lawnwood Elementary third graders explore the universe of possibilities through space exploration at Kennedy Space Center!
On Saturday, February 27th, 2016, several students from Lawnwood Elementary participated and were well-represented during the Palms Region Odyssey of The Mind Regional Tournament at Suncoast Community High School in Riviera Beach. The 4th and 5th grade Gifted classes, under the guidance and supervision of their Odyssey coaches and teachers, Ms. Courtney Crooks and Mr.…Details
Lawnwood Leopards participated in a hands-on lab as they deepened their understanding of dissolved substances. They worked collaboratively by following directions, making predictions and observing the properties of dissolved substances.
Lawnwood Elementary Media Specialist, Mrs. Schaeperkoetter, represented her faculty team in April’s PBS challenge. The teachers joined a team of kindergarteners in a game of dodge ball during the annual and popular award event. The students worked for several weeks collecting “Lawnwood loot ” behavior rewards to participate in the friendly challenge, which included PE coaches,…Details
Students from Lawnwood Elementary were recently treated to a special PBS activity, Pies with the Principals. Students enjoyed their lunch and pie with assistant principal Kim Cain and principal D’Jion Jackson during their lunch time. Pictured at left, from front, are Rigoberto Lara, Michael Sanford, Victoria Magana, and Kim Cain. On right, from front, are Chrishaun Gamble, Nyla Smith, Gabriela Mendez, Daniela…Details
Lawnwood Elementary kindergarten, first grade, and second grade science scholars presented a “Solar System Throw Down”. Planets, stars, the moon, an asteroid, a meteor, the milky way and even the “black hole” were given bragging rights to explain to the audience why “each” reigns supreme in the galaxy. The students researched their information, wrote a…Details
Over 100 Dads attended this annual event. Dads and students enjoyed a healthy breakfast while Mr. Chambers provided words of encouragement.
Students, parents, and staff members enjoyed using creative and critical thinking skills to problem-solve. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math education will help our young leopards achieve their academic goals. GO LAWNWOOD!
Lawnwood Elementary teacher of the year, Ashlay Parker , has been selected to attend the ExxonMobil Academy. The selection panel based their decision on Ms. Parker’s “qualifications, dedication to inspiring students, and overall commitment to enhancing the teaching profession.” This selection gives Ms. Parker an opportunity to network with other educators and help her discover…Details