OUR MISSION: “McSorley Elementary School will Be the guide to help Educate all learners to their highest levels and Support one another to achieve our goals, Together as a team.”
Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving Break, Tigers!
No School November 24-26!
We will see you al November 29th!
Internet and Social Media Safety Parent Presentation
Detective Eric Kjorness; Moscow Police Department; Idaho Internet Crimes against Children Task Force (ICAC) will be providing parents with a presentation on Internet and Social Media Safety. The presentation will provide information about the dangers that face teens every day. In doing so, they’ll discuss how computers, cell phones, IPads, digital cameras, gaming systems, social networking applications, and internet blogs all play a role in placing students and families at risk. This presentation is specifically geared towards parents, educators and community leaders who are looking to better understand the technology available to teens today and the way in which child predators use it to exploit them.
The presentation will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 6pm-8pm at the P1FCU Performing Arts Center located at Lewiston High School
3201 Cecil Andrus Way.
This event is sponsored by the Lewiston Police Department in conjunction with The Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
“The Independent School District No.1 does not sponsor this event and the district assumes no responsibility for the event. In consideration of the privilege to distribute materials, the Independent School District No. 1 shall be held harmless from any cause of action filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including costs, attorney’s fees, and judgments or awards.”
Summer Food Service Program Offers Free Meals to Children Age 1-18.
Lewiston School District will be operating Summer Food Service Programs at three area schools during the summer months. The program is free to children ages 1 through 18. Meal service will be curbside “Grab & Go” and include a lunch and breakfast meal in one “to go” bag. Meals will be available for pick up Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the following locations:
- McGhee Elementary School – 636 Warner Ave – June 7th – August 13th*
- Orchards Elementary School – 3429 12th St. – June 7th – August 13th*
- Jenifer Middle School – 1213 16th Street – June 7th – August 6th*
*No meal service Monday July 5th
For more information call 208-748-3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Donaldson Day of Appreciation May 20, 2021
Please join the McSorley family in saying “Thank you for your many years of dedication and service to our district!!”
Coin Drive for the LC Animal Shelter
May 10 – 21 we will be collecting coins and donations for the LC Animal Shelter. Please send donations to school with your students. Coins are great, other helpful donations include: dog food, dog toys, cat food, mouse toys, cat litter, pet carriers, supplies like leashes, collars, etc., Clorox wipes, laundry detergent, and dish soap. Thank you for helping us support our local animal shelter.
Kindergarten Registration 2021-2022
Kindergarten Enrollment – All children must be five years old on or before September 1 of the school year in which the child enrolls.
Please visit the link below to enroll your incoming Kindergarten student.Kindergarten Registration 2021-2022
ISAT Exams start April 6th
Our McSorley tigers are working hard on their ISAT exams for the next couple of months. Please make sure you try to avoid scheduling appointments during your child’s testing time. Help support their success by making sure they have a good breakfast and plenty of sleep the night before. Below is a general schedule for the exams. Please check with your student’s teacher to confirm details of their schedule. Thank you!
5th Grade Schedule
- Science Test – April 5th or 7th
- ELA CAT test – April 15th
- ELA Performance Task – April 21st and 22nd
- Math CAT test – April 29th
- Math Performance Task – May 6th
- ELA CAT test – April 14th
- ELA Performance Task – April 19th and 20th
- Math CAT test – May 4th
- Math Performance Task – May 12th
- ELA CAT test – April 16th
- ELA Performance Task – April 27th and 28th
- Math CAT test – May 5th
- Math Performance Task – May 13th
4th Grade Schedule
3rd Grade Schedule
The Great Kindness Challenge
This last week of January is the Great Kindness Challenge!! Each day the students will have the opportunity to show kindness to others! Listed below are the days and activities….
|Monday:||Learn something new about your teacher|
|Draw a picture and give it to someone|
|Tuesday:||Tell a joke and make someone laugh|
|Write a Thank You note to your mail carrier|
|Wednesday:||Find something you have in common with a classmate|
|List 5 things you are grateful for|
|Thursday:||Step up for someone in need|
|Place a kind note on a family member’s pillow|
|Friday:||Say “Hi” or cheer someone up who looks sad.|
|Make and deliver a happy card to a friend|
|Create your own Kind Act!!|
Congratulations to Lewiston School District on their Fill the Bus Success!
A special thank you to the people from the transportation, maintenance, and custodial departments that loaded and unloaded the many tons of food and non-perishable items that were collected today.
This event is a continuation of our district giving to others through service learning for our students. It demonstrates to our students that even in times of a pandemic and all the hardships that it encompasses, we can still think of others and their needs, be kind to one another, and be our best selves.
Bus 1/truck collections for the Salvation Army weighed 23,040 pounds. Participating schools were Sacajawea, Orchards, Camelot, and Centennial.
Bus 2/truck collections for the Community Action Food Bank weighed 7,976 pounds. Participating schools were McGhee, McSorley, Webster, Whitman and Jenifer.
This year’s total is 31,016 pounds! This is quite impressive.
Istation is open for all students to access from home
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Parent University HOLIDAY Edition
A supportive and caring resource as you work in one of life’s most important and demanding role…PARENT. Here is our Holiday Edition
Free Lunch for Students of the Lewiston School District.
United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services, has authorized funding in response to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 to extend summer food service programs through June 2021.
This program allows all enrolled students of the Lewiston School District to be eligible for a qualifying breakfast and lunch meal free of charge through the end of the school year.
Please note that additional items a student may select beyond the daily qualifying breakfast and lunch meal, such as additional milk/entrees, will be charged to the student’s account. Students taking milk only continue to pay the “milk only” price of $0.40.