We know that a number of families are currently experiencing food insecurity due to the situation surrounding the COVID-19 precautions. The Smithfield Public Schools are...
Questions from families:Since the Commissioner decided that Friday, April 3 will be a professional day for teachers, what do the kids do? It is a break for all so we can...
March 22, 2020 LaPerche Families, Are you ready for school at home? We are getting there by learning new technology, transforming our homes into mini-school rooms and...
Can you dance? Sing? Tell a joke? Juggle? Play an instrument? Have another amazing talent? It's almost time for the LaPerche Virtual Talent Show! Gather your family and put together an act. All videos need to be submitted by Friday, May 22 and will be combined into one amazing show! Don't miss out! Check out this document for all the details: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XK70BzjpkFnISkXnXFCBSujvcIbChGO5JWFBBj_hi-g/edit view image
LaPerche Families celebrated the faculty in so many different ways during Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week. Check out these amazing videos created by all of YOU! Thank you! https://docs.google.com/document/d/12ayIxMKJGgazqMsTr8KKGatNlD81-SANRzLqevmeZ1I/edit view image
LaPerche students worked with their families to clean up the earth on Earth Day 2020! Thank you to all for teaching your children about the importance of taking care of our environment. For more Earth Day clean up photos, check out this album: https://photos.app.goo.gl/N7SvmAPTMKY5aCUs8 view image
LaPerche celebrated Reading Week April 27-May 1. We had an awesome week which included Mad Hatter Monday, Tropical Tuesday, Wild Wednesday, Thankful Thursday and Funny Friday! Mrs. Clapprood, our amazing librarian, led a daily read around and craft time and we ended the week with a performance by Keith Munslow. LaPerche kids love Reading Week and the faculty do too! Check out the rest of the photos from Reading Week! https://photos.app.goo.gl/Q72L2JsFVFqj7Jqf8 view image
Meme Challenge There is no doubt memes are a current social media trend so why not do some art history with a modern twist? Last week 5th grade students at LaPerche and McCabe were challenged to make their own memes using images from art history. They interpreted the art work and added a humorous phrase as if to narrate the image. Their clever phrases gave these old masterpieces new life, and will put a smile on your face! Thank you, Miss Miller, for your creativity! Check them out by clicking the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/jdtgM8eBCAymXvtt8 view image