We are excited to have your school participate in this year’s LA Clippers Read to Achieve Minutes Challenge! Below is information for you and your students to track minutes read using either the online platform OR paper tracking sheets. Included is information for both methods and a list of the documents and information that is attached to get your students ready to start tracking their minutes when the program starts on Monday, November 2. While you may have checked off a preferred method on the registration, we wanted to send out information for both so that you can choose what works best for your school and classes and have all of the information you may need.
Tracking Starts: Monday, November 2, 2020
Tracking Ends: Friday, December 11, 2020
Program Results Due: Friday, December 18, 2020
Using Online Tracking
This year we are working with Beanstack, an online reading tracker, to track your student’s minutes at the website below:
LA Clippers Read to Achieve Minutes Challenge Website
Parents/guardians can register their student(s) on the site and can easily track the minutes read throughout the 6-week program. On the site they will register under the school name, so that we can keep track of the total minutes read from your school at the end of the program and so every student’s minutes will count!
To whom it concerns:
Hi, we are a group of moms who have kids in various schools of the Lennox school district (Bufford, Jefferson, Moffett, LMS, and LMSTA). We want to thank all the district personnel for their support since the beginning of this pandemic, but speaking amongst ourselves we believe that there has been a group who has not been recognized, and in our opinion it is the group that is the most exposed to contagion, Our cafeteria personnel. They have served our children food uninterruptedly since the beginning of this pandemic, always with their smiles and on occasion with music and a little bit of dance, which always makes our day. Some of us have family members and other school districts, and they tell us that those who serve the food are not the cafeteria personnel. They note that the cafeteria ladies only prepare the food and those who are in charge of distributing these are the administrative or supervisory personnel.
We believe that this would be a great opportunity so that the cafeteria personnel would be able to take a break. Another thing we noticed and we want to highlight is that since the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, once multiple schools started to open, only Jefferson has been consistently serving hot food which is the food our kids most love. At the other schools, only on occasion do we have hot food. We get cold food and another thing our kids love are fresh vegetables that come on the day they get chow mein, teriyaki, orange chicken and we don’t remember what other food, but we wanted to say thank you very much for taking the time in preparing these sautéed vegetables. We would like them to know that we are very grateful for their hard work and the love that they put into their preparation. We sometimes take banners thanking them, but we believe that it would be very nice if they were publicly thanked/recognized.
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