OUR MISSION: “It is the mission of McSorley Elementary School to challenge all students to reach their potential and to develop the necessary foundation for life-long learning.”
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.