Mission Statement

The mission of R.C. LaPerche Elementary School, as an inclusive learning community devoted to high standards and best teaching practices for all students, is to inspire life-long learning and to develop responsible, self-confident children capable of effective communication and problem solving, through a collaboration of parents, teachers, students, and the community, which fosters a safe, respectful environment, recognizing diversity and individuality.

Fit Kids Fun Run 10-18-2012

Join Mr. Gruczka on Saturday, October 20, 2012 for the Fit Kids Fun Run. Registration at 9:00 and the races begin at 10:00 at Smithfield High School. Check out the website for more information!! www.fitkidsfunrun.com

Almost Weekly Update 10-16-2012

Book Groups featuring our own Mrs. Swartz:
Our librarian, Mrs. Swartz, is hosting two different books groups at the East Smithfield Public Library. The first is for 4th and 5th graders and their parent/caregiver and begins this Thursday October 18th at 4:00 and the second is for 3rd graders and their parents/caregiver and begins next Thursday, October 25th at 4:30. What a wonderful way for parents to join with their child and explore some interesting texts!
New Student Lunch:
All of our LaPerche friends who are new to the school in grades 1st-5th should have received an invitation to a special lunch with Mrs. Dorsey on Thursday, October 18th. We are planning a “get to know you” pizza party!! If your child does not like pizza, he/she is certainly welcome to bring his/her own lunch. Please let Mrs. Dorsey know if your child is a new friend and did not receive an invitation. Thanks! Jdorsey [at] smithfield-ps [dot] org
Town Meeting:
Our first Town Meeting will be held on Friday, October 26th at 2:00. All are invited to attend. The student council members from September and October will be presenting at the meeting and the third grade will be performing. We look forward to seeing you then!
October Spirit Day:
Our October student council has chosen Costume Day as our spirit day for the month of October. Students are invited to wear costumes to school on Wednesday, October 31st. Listed below are the costume guidelines:
·         Please wear sneakers with all costumes; leave the high heeled shoes at home!
·         Please keep your face uncovered and refrain from wearing masks or any face make-up!
·         Please keep all swords and other weapons that go with your costume at home!
·         For those classes that have PE that day, please plan to wear your PE clothes under your costume so you will be able to participate!
School Store:
Our school store officially opens this Thursday, October 18th with our student council members as store employees.  All items are less than $2.00 each. The store will be open every Thursday during lunch time.
 

Welcome to Raymond C. LaPerche Elementary School

Vision Statement
Raymond C. LaPerche School Where Respectful, Caring Leaders Succeed

Mission Statement

The mission of R.C. LaPerche Elementary School, as an inclusive learning community devoted to high standards and best teaching practices for all students, is to inspire life-long learning and to develop responsible, self-confident children capable of effective communication and problem solving, through a collaboration of parents, teachers, students, and the community, which fosters a safe, respectful environment, recognizing diversity and individuality.

NECAP starts tomorrow! 10/2/2012

Just a quick reminder to all of our families who have 3rd, 4th or 5th grade students that NECAP starts tomorrow, Tuesday, October 2nd. Last week, all of our families received a brochure detailing the NECAP process and plan for administration. Tonight your child came home with a NECAP pledge that he/she should share with you and have you sign. If you heard we are allowing the students to chew sugarless gum during NECAP, that is correct! 3rd, 4th and 5th Read more »

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Raymond C. LaPerche Elementary School is one of four elementary schools in the Smithfield Public School system. Our school is dedicated to Raymond C. LaPerche, a former teacher, principal and superintendent in the Smithfield Public Schools for 41 years. LaPerche first opened its doors in 1968 and presently serves students in kindergarten to grade five.