LESter Wear Store Open till Oct. 2nd

Are you and your children in need of a LESter wear wardrobe update? From t-shirts to endurance wear to baseball caps to sweats, there is a little bit of everything in the online store. The store will only be up and running until Monday, October 2nd. Items will be delivered about two weeks after we close the store to your child at LES on around October 23rd. Don’t forget that grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins need LESter wear too! 

Link to Online Store

Special Education Services Feedback Needed

The Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) is reaching out to the LTPS community to participate in a short survey (below) to help us gather valuable feedback related to special services within the Lawrence schools. As a newly-formed organization made up of LTPS parents, our primary goal is to better understand and serve the needs of families in Lawrence Township who have special needs children. This survey is designed to help us achieve our goal. The survey is endorsed by the school district, the results are anonymous and will come directly to the SEPAC.

We would appreciate all parents who have children receiving special education services, or parents who believe their children need special services, to participate in this brief survey. Your voice, your feedback is important. Together we can make a difference! If you have any questions, please contact us at sepacltps@gmail.com.

Link:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NHXV8Z7

Take a Book, Leave a Book Exchange box installed

The “Little Library Box” is now installed in the LES Garden and functions as a self-serve free book exchange. You are welcome to take a book or return a book at your leisure. Special thanks to The Collins Family for installing our new Little Library Box in the garden during the Thanksgiving holiday. The library box was purchased to honor Mrs. Karen Hall, who retired from LES after 27 years old service. Cub Scouts Brayden and Caleb and Girl Scout Avery assisted with the installation under the direction of their father, Pete Collins. In addition, they donated 11 books to help start our collection. Families are invited to read a book or two while visiting the garden.