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.

2017-2018 Business Sponsorship Form

LaPerche Elementary School and LaPerche PTA are joining together to host an exciting event for our students.  A Boosterthon Fun Run, a lively character and fitness-focused fundraiser, is set to take place at LaPerche on January 26, 2018!  
 
LaPerche is respectfully asking for business support during this fundraiser.   At the fun run, each student receives a customized Boosterthon t-shirt with our school logo on the front. If you choose to be a sponsor, your business logo will be displayed on the back of 255 student t-shirts. Students’ laps will be tallied on the back of the shirt alongside your company name. In order to provide all students with these school spirit shirts at an affordable cost, we are partnering with local businesses like yours. Students wear their t-shirts for the remainder of the year and beyond as a symbol of pride for their achievement.  
 
We are looking for businesses to donate any amount between $100 and $300 to help us meet our goal.  If you are interested in sponsoring LaPerche Elementary students, please contact Amy Antunes at 401-261-1826 or amyantunes [at] gmail [dot] com. Thank you in advance for supporting our school and please mark your calendar to join us on January 26 at LaPerche for our Fun Run!
 

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.