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"EAGLES Take Flight +" Lessons to Continue for 2019-20!

In our Lakes Character Development Program, "Eagles Take Flight +", we have been building an intentional culture and identity.  We Are Lakes!  We Are Strong!  This Is Our Best Year Ever!
Sensei has already taught five lessons this year:
Lesson #1--"I always stand up for myself and others!"  (Lesson #1 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #2--"Every time I back away from a fear, my fears get bigger... but every time I power through a fear, I get bigger!" (Lesson #2 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #3--"I am always a good friend and I expect the same from you!" (Lesson #3 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #4--"I always do a little bit more than anyone expects!" (Lesson #4 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #5--"I know motivation is temporary, but HABITS are permanent!"  (Lesson #5 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #6--"When I am tested, I just get stronger and NEVER GIVE UP!" (Lesson #6 Sheet for Home)
Lesson #7--"I'm not better than anyone else but no one is better than me!" (Lesson #7 sheet out soon)

LES Student-run Credit Union Video Link!

Ms. Cole from LOC wanted to share some fun stories and activities about money with us while we are out of school since they cannot operate the Student Run Credit Union branch. Check out this week’s video and worksheet below!
We're so excited about the third year with our student-run LOC Federal Credit Union at Lakes!  Thank you so much to Ms. Stephanie Cole from LOC who is running this wonderful program! She has three awesome teams of 4th graders who will take turns running the credit union under her supervision.  The credit union is open every Thursday in the Lakes Cafeteria from 10-10:30 am starting on Sept. 19!

Cromaine Library Currently Closed.

Research shows how important it is for students to continue reading at home at least 20-30 minutes each night. I've attached some links to Cromaine Library and their WINTER programs for kids of all ages! 
NEW: Cromaine is also starting a new Reading Buddies Program for students grade 1-5 (link below).

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