South Lawrence East Elementary Events

students with food donations

Students in the South Lawrence East Excel Club came together and decided they would like to give back to the Lawrence community. They were concerned about people not having enough food, especially during the holiday season, and having a warm place to sleep. They found out about the House of Mercy and decided that they'd like to help. 

The students motivated their 5th grade classmates with incentives of giving back and also of earning extra recess if they raised the most number of items. After a neck-and-neck collection, Ms. Doucette's/Mr. Herring's class (they coteach) won with 331 items raised. Totals for the whole 5th grade were 1,272 cans of food. Great job everyone involved!

They aren't done yet, stay tuned for their next project.

 

picture of students in hallway

These public service announcements were produced by 5th and 4th grade students at the South Lawrence East Elementary.

two students holding blue piggy banks

Volunteers from area financial companies came to the South Lawrence East Elementary as part of Junior Achievement Day. Students from Grades 1 through 5 learned about financial literacy with various grade level activities.

Thank you Junior Achievement for coming to our school.

Click here for English video.

Click here for Spanish video. 

Click here for photos of the day.

children on new play structure

Elementary students at the South Lawrence East were excited to try out their brand new play structure when it was finished this week. Students from Ms. Blanchette's 4th Grade class had fun crossing the bridge, climbing the walls and testing out the new slide.

Six students posing on the field.

South Lawrence East Elementary School enjoyed Field Day the week of June 7th. What a  fun way to end this school year!