43 Spruce Avenue, P.O.Box 640

Lewisporte, NL A0G 3A0

(709) 535-2115 Telephone

(709) 535-0480 Fax

Christmas Concert

Primary Division: Wednesday, December 12th at 7:00 pm (Doors open 6:30 pm)

Elementary Division: Thursday, December 13th at 7:00 pm (Doors open 6:30 pm)

Memo coming home on November 28th with further information on ticket sales.

December 10th: No after school sports this week due to preparations in the Gymnasium for the Christmas Concerts.


December 5th at 4:44pm, Synrevoice Message:

Firstly, with parent-teacher meetings going ahead tomorrow (Dec 6th), students will be dismissed early at 11:55 am. There were will no cafeteria services tomorrow, so please ensure your child has their recess.

Secondly, Friday (December 7) is a PD day for teachers, therefore, there will be no school for students.

Thirdly, the remaining Christmas concert tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 8:50 am; first come, first served.

Finally, due to the pre-ordered Christmas lunch which is happening on Monday, December 10th, the only other lunch menu option for that day will be a hamburger.

December 4th at 1:37pm: Ticket requests are being sent home today. Please check your child's book bag as soon as they get home for the tickets.

Thursday morning (December 6th) at 8:50 am the remaining tickets for each evening concert will be sold at the school general office ... first come, first served. (Families can purchase an extra 5 tickets at that time.) Please do not send money by students as when the sale begins they will be in class.

December 2: Mrs. Pardy has been busy sorting the requests for Christmas Concert Tickets in baggies as they come in. Later in the week when all of the requests have been sorted and filled, we will return the baggies to your child with the tickets to bring home. At that time will send another Synrevoice message reminding you to check your child's book bag for the tickets.

Also, your child can order a Christmas Dinner for December 10 from the school cafeteria. The price will be $6.50 and comes with a milk and lolly. Your pre-order for the Christmas Dinner must be in by December 3rd which is tomorrow.

***November 30: Ticket Sales update: Due to interruptions in school the deadline to get your ticket request form in (as per the memo on November 28th) is now Tuesday, December 4th. Extra tickets will now be sold on December 6th in the morning at 8:50 am at the school general office. First come, first served.

2018-19 Kinderstart Schedule

1st Kinderstart parent Session - Nov 15 at 7pm (Parents Only)

1st Kinderstart student Session - November 30th

2nd Kinderstart student session - January 18th

3rd Kinderstart student session - February 8th

4th Kinderstart student session - March 15th

2nd Kinderstart parent session (Intro to Kindergarten) - May 23rd (Parents only)

Groupings and times will be provided at the first parent session.


***NEW: Mr. Langdon will be starting Soccer for grade 5 & 6 students on Tuesday from 3 - 4pm. Parents should be on the school parking lot at 4pm to receive your child.

UPDATE: Lewisporte Academy Students raise $884.58 for the Janeway during Jamarama Day!!!


We are very excited for our Walk to Breakfast on Wednesday, October 3rd at 9am. In order to support our efforts, we are asking for a donation (either monetary or food item). All donations received will be matched by the Kids Eat Smart Foundation, which means we will double our efforts! You can donate directly to the school, or through the Kids Eat Smart website by clicking this link: https://www.canadahelps.org/s/2w39R . Also, a reminder for students to return their Walk to Breakfast permission slips to the school by Monday.


<<< A huge thank you to our friends at Kyle's Independent Grocer who raised $1140 which is matched by the Kids Eat Smart Foundation for a total of $2280 for our Breakfast Program!!!

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