Lawrence Family Public Academy Events

Student voting at blue station

Polls opened this morning at 8:30 for our k-2 students to vote in the Presidential Election. Each student had a ballot with the name and picture of the two main candidates and entered the voting booth to cast their vote. Hilary Clinton won by a vote of 69 to 22 for Donald Trump.

Parents and teachers meeting in gym

School Multicultural and PTO Election Night it was about connecting parents, school and community to work together in our children favor.

Students sitting in tractor ride

The students enjoyed taking a hayride on the tractor to explore the apple orchard. The students learned about the different kinds of apples and the ages of the apple trees. They also had the opportunity to pick pumpkins from the pumkin patch and enjoy some delicious apple cider and doughnuts.

LFPA students wearing bruins clothes

On Thursday, October 20, 2016, students at LFPA celebrated Bruins opening day at the Garden with a Bruins T-shirt fundraiser. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be used towards transportation costs for future field trips. Thank you to all who participated! Go B’s!

Students enjoying strawberries during workshop

In September we held our first Right From the Beginning Workshop. Each K-1 classroom is invited to a series of two workshops: the first workshop explains our academic philosophies and teaches parents ways to work with their children at home to strengthen academic skills, the second workshop is presented by Nurse Jane and focuses on healthy nutrition, it teaches parents how to be more aware of the amounts of sugar in the food and drinks that they serve their children. The two-week series is capped off with the students making a fruit salad to serve to their parents.