Friday, October 19, 2018

Friday Notes 10-19-18

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SCHOOL INFO:


School Calendar:

Please make sure to check out the Leland & Gray school calendar.  It differs from the District calendar because of professional development days for our faculty.   The full calendar can be found here.

Spain Trip Meeting:

There will be a meeting next Wednesday, October 24, at 6:30, in room B2 for students in grades 10 - 12, and a parent/guardian, to discuss the L&G trip to Spain during the February vacation.  
 

Lunch Promotions:

Pizza Meal promotion: When a pizza meal is purchased Monday through Thursday, student will receive a coupon to enter their name into a drawing that will take place on Thursday after the lunch service. Winner will receive a Whole Pizza on Friday with toppings of their choice.We will draw two winner's, One Middle School and One High School.

Pasta Station: Also some exciting news that we will start a new offering on November 5th of a Pasta station on a daily basis. We will offer a meat sauce and a marinara sauce.

We will also be adding deli sandwiches made on Wheat Bread as I had a student request Bread instead of Wraps, grinder rolls.

We have a lot of choices happening in the cafeteria and would love to see you all in the cafeteria.

Middle School Halloween Dance:


 

Refuse To Use 2019:

The fee for a Refuse to Use pass is $50.00.  West River Valley Thrives
is generously subsidizing the fee.  West River Valley Thrives has
funding that allows the first 80 L&G students to purchase a RTU pass
for $35.00.

Payment of the  $35.00 subsidized fee can be made in CASH or with a
CHECK made out to West River Valley Thrives.

Payment must be dropped off at the West River Valley Thrives office at
Leland and Gray.

All registrations after October 12, 2018 will incur a $10.00 late fee.-

Scholarships are available.  See West River Valley Thrives for a
scholarship application.

Register at:

https://thecollaborative.wufoo.com/forms/mccdcad0389nn8/

Title Funding:

Attention Parents and Guardians:

This note is to inform you that Leland and Gray Union Middle and High School is the recipient of Title funding which is used to provide teachers with a variety of professional development opportunities and to provide students with intervention and enrichment programs.  The funding also allows for implementation of in-school professional development, coaching for grades 7-12 teachers, training for teacher mentors, tutoring and overall support for intervention and best practices.

Fall Musical:

It's not too late to be involved in our fall musical The Pajama Game! Perhaps you want to be a techie or learn how to make props? See Ms. Rowan or Ms. DeBisschop for more details!

Performances will be Nov 9-11.

Blood Drive at L&G:

There will be a blood drive at Leland and Gray on Friday, October 26th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can find guidelines on who can donate (age and weight restrictions) and  schedule an appointment online at https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html. Contact Susan Jones at sjones@lelandandgray.org, if you have any questions.

Late Bus Calendar:

The late bus schedule can be found here.  Please note the bus will only run south this year. 


ATHLETICS:


L&G Booster Club Under Armour Gear Store:

Hello Rebel Nation!

The Leland and Gray Athletic Department is very excited to partner with Graphic Edge (Rutland, VT) and Under Armour to supply our school and  community with Leland and Gray Under Armour gear at a reduced price!

I have provided the link below with the items that will be available this fall to order.

https://lelandandgrayhs.itemorder.com

Please let me know if you have nay questions. The store will change periodically throughout the school year with new apparel.

    Important Update:

    All practices and games will be listed on our Events and Activities Calendar which is on the L&G website under Calendars.
    http://lelandandgray.org/index.php/co-curricular-calendar







    HEALTH OFFICE:


    Nurse's Notes:

    We are rolling out the Dental Wellness Program in collaboration with West River Family Dental.  Information should be mailed by the end of the month, but you can contact me if urgent care is needed.  This program is run regardless of insurance and ability to pay with thanks to the Stratton Foundation.  Please reach out if assistance is needed for insurance or dental care.  

    Also, there are several families that have yet to complete their "annual health questionnaire".  These are very important for me to be able to safely and effectively treat your child, both in an emergency, and for day to day ailments.  Please return these forms ASAP.

    Thank you all!  Looking forward to a healthy year!

    Lauren Shockley, RN BSN
    School Nurse

    COMMUNITY SERVICE:


    Community service is now a graduation requirement starting with the Class of 2019. All information can be found here: https://sites.google.com/lelandandgray.org/communityservice

    Please e-mail any community service opportunities to Terry Davison Berger <tdavison-berger@lelandandgray.org>


    Community Service Opportunities:

    1. West Townshend Country Store is looking for volunteers on Friday Pizza nights.  Please see Terry for more information.

    2. Community, Hope and Action is looking for students who would like to join their committee.  They would also like volunteers for the monthly events they host.  Please see Terry for more information

    3. Laura Richardson is looking for student volunteers to assist her with the Townshend Holiday Toy Drive.  If you are interested, please email her at roses41luckywind@gmail.com

    3 Generation Collaboration Community Service Opportunities:

    New community service opportunities with 3 Generations Collaboration are always being posted at www.team3gc.org

    Also, visit the link to learn about Build Your Own Service.


    WEST RIVER VALLEY THRIVES:


    The Commons interviews WRVT's Rolf Parker and L&G  Student Intern Olivia, Moore to talk about e-cigarettes, Juuls, and eBay and their efforts against youth addiction.
    Read the article at: 

    Also, read our featured article in the October 10, 2018 edition of The Commons detailing the informative panel presentation and community discussion on Youth and the Impact of Vermont's Marijuana Law. Some of our presenters included Windham County Senator Rebecca Balint, Director of Ambulatory Services at the Brattleboro Retreat, Kurt White, Sgt. Ryan Wood of the Vermont State Police, and Director of Clinical Services at Youth Services, Heather Smith (https://www.reformer.com/stories/youth-services-provides-substance-abuse-treatment-counseling,545043), to name a few of our very talented and informed panelists.

    Read the article online here: http://www.commonsnews.org/site/sitenext/story.php?articleno=29148&fbclid=IwAR1fdos3QyYTe_BQNIGlWq3m1ur7NY-jtzxjhJKWoIqu9uX46dN5PTJULlI


    COMMUNITY:



    UMATTER Suicide Prevention Awareness:



    Dash to the Dam 5K:


    In-Sight Classes:

    We're excited to announce our Fall classes at In-Sight! Classes begin the week of October 8th at our 45 Flat Street location in Brattleboro. As always, we allow families to pledge what they can for class fees and we provide all equipment needed for the duration.


    3 vs 3 Basketball Tournament:



    Friday, September 28, 2018

    Friday Notes 9-28-18

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    SCHOOL INFO:


    Early Release 10/10/18:

    Our next Early Release day (10/10) will release at 12:15pm instead of 11:30, due to PSATs for 10th and 11th graders.  Buses will run at 12:15 so expect slightly later arrival times at home.


    School Calendar:

    Please make sure to check out the Leland & Gray school calendar.  It differs from the District calendar because of professional development days for our faculty.   The full calendar can be found here.

    Middle School Jazz Band Starts Wednesday 10/3:

    The Leland and Gray Middle School Jazz Band will begin rehearsals on Wednesday, October 3rd from 2:45 to 3:30pm.  All middle school band students are invited to attend the first rehearsal. Any students playing a fall, winter or spring sport will be excused from practice during the Wednesday Jazz Rehearsals until 3:30. At that time they will dress and head to their respective practice for the rest of the afternoon.

    The Middle School Jazz Band plays very fun music from varied styles and genres.  Every music student is encouraged to join!

    School Safety Information:

    Leland & Gray Community:
    The safety of our school community is our priority.  We have increased various safety measures throughout the school and are working on improving our communication with families around what to do in the event of an emergency.  This video discusses the roles and responsibilities parents can play during a crisis.  We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to view this video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Oj1Cwrj2u0&feature=youtu.be 


    Women Can Do Conference:

    All females and female-identifying students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend the "Women Can Do" conference on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The conference is held at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. 

    Participants attend hands-on workshops that promote STEM and Trades careers. such as: Computers and Communication, Engineering and Manufacturing, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, Medicine and Health, Professional and Life Skills, Science and Natural Resources and Skilled Trades.

    See Mrs. Jones for a registration form and for more information. The cost per student is $5.00 (if we will be travel with the Career Center students or $25 if we drive up separately) 

    Spots are limited so register ASAP

    Rocktoberfest:

    All students and staff are invited to attend "ROCKTOBERFEST", an Outdoor Dance and Bonfire on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 7:00 - 10:00.


    The evening takes place between the tennis courts and soccer field.  This is just one of two all-school events for all students in grades 7 - 12.

    Admission is $5.00.  The L&G Booster's Club will be there selling food and drinks.  Music and light show to be provided by Peak Entertainment.

    Classes with the highest percentage of attendance will receive spirit points.  Any questions please reach out to Tammy Claussen  221-2141


    Refuse To Use 2019:

    Refuse to Use Registration is OPEN

    The fee for a Refuse to Use pass is $50.00.  West River Valley Thrives
    is generously subsidizing the fee.  West River Valley Thrives has
    funding that allows the first 80 L&G students to purchase a RTU pass
    for $35.00.

    Payment of the  $35.00 subsidized fee can be made in CASH or with a
    CHECK made out to West River Valley Thrives.

    Payment must be dropped off at the West River Valley Thrives office at
    Leland and Gray.

    All registrations after October 12, 2018 will incur a $10.00 late fee.-

    Scholarships are available.  See West River Valley Thrives for a
    scholarship application.

    Register at:

    https://thecollaborative.wufoo.com/forms/mccdcad0389nn8/



    Fall Musical:

    It's not too late to be involved in our fall musical The Pajama Game! Perhaps you want to be a techie or learn how to make props? See Ms. Rowan or Ms. DeBisschop for more details!

    Performances will be Nov 9-11.


    Blood Drive at L&G:

    There will be a blood drive at Leland and Gray on Friday, October 26th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can find guidelines on who can donate (age and weight restrictions) and  schedule an appointment online at https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html. Contact Susan Jones at sjones@lelandandgray.org, if you have any questions.

    Late Bus Calendar:

    The late bus schedule can be found here.  Please note the bus will only run south this year. 


    ATHLETICS:


    L&G Booster Club Under Armour Gear Store:

    Hello Rebel Nation!

    The Leland and Gray Athletic Department is very excited to partner with Graphic Edge (Rutland, VT) and Under Armour to supply our school and  community with Leland and Gray Under Armour gear at a reduced price!

    I have provided the link below with the items that will be available this fall to order.

    https://lelandandgrayhs.itemorder.com

    Please let me know if you have nay questions. The store will change periodically throughout the school year with new apparel.

    Important Update:

    All practices and games will be listed on our Events and Activities Calendar which is on the L&G website under Calendars.
    http://lelandandgray.org/index.php/co-curricular-calendar







    COMMUNITY SERVICE:


    Community service is now a graduation requirement starting with the Class of 2019. All information can be found here: https://sites.google.com/lelandandgray.org/communityservice

    Please e-mail any community service opportunities to Terry Davison Berger <tdavison-berger@lelandandgray.org>


    Community Service Opportunities:

    1. West Townshend Country Store is looking for volunteers on Friday Pizza nights.  Please see Terry for more information.

    2. Community, Hope and Action is looking for students who would like to join their committee.  They would also like volunteers for the monthly events they host.  Please see Terry for more information

    3 Generation Collaboration Community Service Opportunities:

    New community service opportunities with 3 Generations Collaboration are always being posted at www.team3gc.org

    Also, visit the link to learn about Build Your Own Service.


    COMMUNITY:


    Leland & Gray Food Shelf:

    Dear Families,
    We still have some fresh produce from our own community garden thanks
    to LEAF (L&G Environmental Action Force)--
    a few bundles of kale, chard and carrots. Additionally, we have acorn and
    delicata squash, gold potatoes, celery and apples. There is also a recipe
    available for cooking kale or chard. Our school garden has more bounty to offer
    and I will process it for you if you have a need. Just let me know by calling and 
    leaving a message at 221-2183 or emailing me at sgunther-mohr@lelandandgray.org.
    You can also access food by calling or emailing our school nurse, Lauren Shockley.

    With thanks to a community member, I would like you to know that we were given 
    some frozen pork and pork sausage.

    Please come and take advantage of this season and its offerings if you are in need.

    22nd Annual Source to Sea Cleanup:

    When: September 29, 2018
    Where: Dummerston Covered Bridge, Route 30, Dummerston
    Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon.
    Leader: Gloria Cristelli
    Who: Anyone can join!
    What: Keep our beautiful watersheds clean. Pick up trash along the West River. 
    Here is more information:  www.ctriver.org/our-work/source-to-sea-cleanup/join-a-group/

    Great opportunity for community service!

    Contact Stephanie Nyzio if you need more information at snyzio@lelandandgray.org

    Dash to the Dam 5K:


    In-Sight Classes:

    We're excited to announce our Fall classes at In-Sight! Classes begin the week of October 8th at our 45 Flat Street location in Brattleboro. As always, we allow families to pledge what they can for class fees and we provide all equipment needed for the duration.



    Monday, September 24, 2018

    Friday Notes 9-21-18

    If you are not receiving Friday Notes by email and would like to or if you would like to be removed from the Friday Notes email list, please email  fridaynotes@lelandandgray.org 
    Please also add fridaynotes@lelandandgray.org to your contact list so the mailing doesn't end up in your spam folder. Thank you.


    SCHOOL INFO:


    School Calendar:

    Please make sure to check out the Leland & Gray school calendar.  It differs from the District calendar because of professional development days for our faculty.   The full calendar can be found here.

    School Safety Information:

    Leland & Gray Community:
    The safety of our school community is our priority.  We have increased various safety measures throughout the school and are working on improving our communication with families around what to do in the event of an emergency.  This video discusses the roles and responsibilities parents can play during a crisis.  We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to view this video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Oj1Cwrj2u0&feature=youtu.be 


    Women Can Do Conference:

    All females and female-identifying students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend the "Women Can Do" conference on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The conference is held at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. 

    Participants attend hands-on workshops that promote STEM and Trades careers. such as: Computers and Communication, Engineering and Manufacturing, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, Medicine and Health, Professional and Life Skills, Science and Natural Resources and Skilled Trades.

    See Mrs. Jones for a registration form and for more information. The cost per student is $5.00 (if we will be travel with the Career Center students or $25 if we drive up separately) 

    Spots are limited so register ASAP

    Rocktoberfest:

    All students and staff are invited to attend "ROCKTOBERFEST", an Outdoor Dance and Bonfire on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 7:00 - 10:00.

    The evening takes place between the tennis courts and soccer field.  This is just one of two all-school events for all students in grades 7 - 12.

    Admission is $5.00.  The L&G Booster's Club will be there selling food and drinks.  Music and light show to be provided by Peak Entertainment.

    Classes with the highest percentage of attendance will receive spirit points.  Any questions please reach out to Tammy Claussen  221-2141

    Refuse To Use 2019:

    Refuse to Use Registration is OPEN

    The fee for a Refuse to Use pass is $50.00.  West River Valley Thrives
    is generously subsidizing the fee.  West River Valley Thrives has
    funding that allows the first 80 L&G students to purchase a RTU pass
    for $35.00.

    Payment of the  $35.00 subsidized fee can be made in CASH or with a
    CHECK made out to West River Valley Thrives.

    Payment must be dropped off at the West River Valley Thrives office at
    Leland and Gray.

    All registrations after October 12, 2018 will incur a $10.00 late fee.-

    Scholarships are available.  See West River Valley Thrives for a
    scholarship application.

    Register at:

    https://thecollaborative.wufoo.com/forms/mccdcad0389nn8/




    Picture Day 9/25/18:


    Fall Musical:

    The Pajama Game!
    Winning best musical in 1955, The Pajama Game is about labor troubles in a pajama factory, where workers' demands for a seven-and-a-half cent raise are going unheeded. In the midst of this ordeal, love blossoms between Babe, the grievance committee head, and Sid, the new factory superintendent. (from Wiki) There are a lot of great songs, fun characters, and an overall powerful story about union rights. 
    You can watch the movie version on Amazon Prime for free. It stars Doris Day and is fabulous. 
    I'm super psyched to have settled on a musical that feels really right for us. (Thanks to James for suggesting this show!)
    Performances will be Nov 9-11.
    Thanks and see you all in a few weeks!
    Theatrically yours,Jessa

    Blood Drive at L&G:

    There will be a blood drive at Leland and Gray on Friday, October 26th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can find guidelines on who can donate (age and weight restrictions) and  schedule an appointment online at https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html. Contact Susan Jones at sjones@lelandandgray.org, if you have any questions.

    Late Bus Calendar:

    The late bus schedule can be found here.  Please note the bus will only run south this year. 


    ATHLETICS:


    Fall Athletics:

    L&G Fall Athletic registration has been opened and is ready for you to sign your child up for middle school and high school fall sports. Remember that this needs to be completed BEFORE the first day of practice.

    Forms must be submitted on or before the first day of practice.

    Important Update:

    All practices and games will be listed on our Events and Activities Calendar which is on the L&G website under Calendars.
    http://lelandandgray.org/index.php/co-curricular-calendar







    COMMUNITY SERVICE:


    Community service is now a graduation requirement starting with the Class of 2019. All information can be found here: https://sites.google.com/lelandandgray.org/communityservice

    Please e-mail any community service opportunities to Terry Davison Berger <tdavison-berger@lelandandgray.org>



    3 Generation Collaboration Community Service Opportunities:

    New community service opportunities with 3 Generations Collaboration are always being posted at www.team3gc.org

    Also, visit the link to learn about Build Your Own Service.


    COMMUNITY:

    Leland & Gray Food Shelf:

    Dear Families,
    Beginning Monday, by 2:00, the Leland and Gray Food Shelf will have
    fresh produce from our own community garden thanks to LEAF (L&G
    Environmental Action Force). There are a few green peppers, a few
    bunches of carrots, several bundles of chard and kale and a recipe to
    help chard and kale seem as delicious as they are nutritious. Please
    let Susan Gunther-Mohr know if you are interested in these items by
    calling her directly at 221-2183. By Next Friday, we hope to have more
    fresh food as well as pasta, cans of tuna and chicken, raisins and
    more.

    Dash to the Dam 5K:


    Community Yard Sale:

    Community Dialogue:



    Samba:



    Friday, September 14, 2018

    Friday Notes 9-14-18

    If you are not receiving Friday Notes by email and would like to or if you would like to be removed from the Friday Notes email list, please email  fridaynotes@lelandandgray.org 
    Please also add fridaynotes@lelandandgray.org to your contact list so the mailing doesn't end up in your spam folder. Thank you.

    SCHOOL INFO:


    School Calendar:

    Please make sure to check out the Leland & Gray school calendar.  It differs from the District calendar because of professional development days for our faculty.   The full calendar can be found here.

    Fall Assessments:

    Tuesday and Wednesday, September 18th and 19th the 9th, 10th and 11th graders will be taking the Star 360 Fall Benchmark assessment during their Flex time period.

    The 7th and 8th graders will be taking the AIMS Web Plus Fall Benchmark assessments as well on these days.

    These Math and ELA assessments will provide teachers with a baseline report of our students' skill level, which will help inform our instruction.

    As always, please be sure your child is well rested and has a healthy breakfast to be best prepared for their day of learning!

    School Safety Information:

    Leland & Gray Community:
    The safety of our school community is our priority.  We have increased various safety measures throughout the school and are working on improving our communication with families around what to do in the event of an emergency.  This video discusses the roles and responsibilities parents can play during a crisis.  We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to view this video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Oj1Cwrj2u0&feature=youtu.be 


    Women Can Do Conference:

    All females and female-identifying students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend the "Women Can Do" conference on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The conference is held at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. 

    Participants attend hands-on workshops that promote STEM and Trades careers. such as: Computers and Communication, Engineering and Manufacturing, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, Medicine and Health, Professional and Life Skills, Science and Natural Resources and Skilled Trades.

    See Mrs. Jones for a registration form and for more information. The cost per student is $5.00 (if we will be travel with the Career Center students or $25 if we drive up separately) 

    Spots are limited so register ASAP

    Rocktoberfest:

    All students and staff are invited to attend "ROCKTOBERFEST", an Outdoor Dance and Bonfire on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 7:00 - 10:00.

    The evening takes place between the tennis courts and soccer field.  This is just one of two all-school events for all students in grades 7 - 12.

    Admission is $5.00.  The L&G Booster's Club will be there selling food and drinks.  Music and light show to be provided by Peak Entertainment.

    Classes with the highest percentage of attendance will receive spirit points.  Any questions please reach out to Tammy Claussen  221-2141

    Refuse To Use 2019 Kickoff:



    School Lunch


    The Abbey Group Welcome Back Packet can be found here.

    Free and Reduced Lunch Benefits Reminder:

    Date: September 4, 2018,
    To: Parents(s)/Guardian(s) of Windham Central S.U. Students
    From: Deborah Mears, Free and Reduced Meal Clerk for Leland and Gray.
    • ·        If your family was eligible for Free or Reduced school meals last year and you have not yet submitted a new meal application please do so by 9/30/2018 or your student(s) may have to pay the full price of meals.
    • ·        If you have received a letter from me that states your students are eligible this year no need to fill out an application. If you have a letter approving you for VT 3 Squares, SNAP or Reach Up I can approve your student(s) for free meals. Send it along with a completed meal application.
    • ·        Meal prices at Leland and Gray this year are $1.75 for breakfast and $2.90 for lunch.

    If you have any questions you may call Deborah Mears at 802-365-9510 or email at dmears@windhamcentral.org.
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department.  (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.) 
    If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866)632-9992 to request the form.  You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form.  Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202) 690-7442 or email at program.intake@usda.gov.   
     Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).    USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 

    Picture Day 9/25/18:


    Fall Musical:

    The Pajama Game!
    Winning best musical in 1955, The Pajama Game is about labor troubles in a pajama factory, where workers' demands for a seven-and-a-half cent raise are going unheeded. In the midst of this ordeal, love blossoms between Babe, the grievance committee head, and Sid, the new factory superintendent. (from Wiki) There are a lot of great songs, fun characters, and an overall powerful story about union rights. 
    You can watch the movie version on Amazon Prime for free. It stars Doris Day and is fabulous. 
    I'm super psyched to have settled on a musical that feels really right for us. (Thanks to James for suggesting this show!)
    Performances will be Nov 9-11.
    Thanks and see you all in a few weeks!
    Theatrically yours,Jessa

    Blood Drive at L&G:

    There will be a blood drive at Leland and Gray on Friday, October 26th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can find guidelines on who can donate (age and weight restrictions) and  schedule an appointment online at https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html. Contact Susan Jones at sjones@lelandandgray.org, if you have any questions.

    Late Bus Calendar:

    The late bus schedule can be found here.  Please note the bus will only run south this year. 

    Save the Date:

    Mark your calendars - Prom will be on Saturday, May 18th starting tentatively at 7pm.

    ATHLETICS:


    Fall Athletics:

    L&G Fall Athletic registration has been opened and is ready for you to sign your child up for middle school and high school fall sports. Remember that this needs to be completed BEFORE the first day of practice.

    Forms must be submitted on or before the first day of practice.

    Important Update:

    All practices and games will be listed on our Events and Activities Calendar which is on the L&G website under Calendars.
    http://lelandandgray.org/index.php/co-curricular-calendar







    COMMUNITY SERVICE:


    Community service is now a graduation requirement starting with the Class of 2019. All information can be found here: https://sites.google.com/lelandandgray.org/communityservice

    Please e-mail any community service opportunities to Terry Davison Berger <tdavison-berger@lelandandgray.org>



    3 Generation Collaboration Community Service Opportunities:

    New community service opportunities with 3 Generations Collaboration are always being posted at www.team3gc.org

    Also, visit the link to learn about Build Your Own Service.


    COMMUNITY:

    Dash to the Dam 5K:


    Community Yard Sale:

    Community Dialogue:



    Samba: