June 25nd-Primary Sports Day (Kindergarten-Grade 3)
*All Sport day events will be held at the school. Primary children will have lunch provided on Monday (Mac & Cheese/Juice/Small ice cream treat). If your child doesn't like Mac & Cheese you will have to send a lunch from home. For Tuesday/Wednesday lunch must be brought from home as we have No Canteen/Cafeteria services. There is no items to buy at the school.
June 26th- Elementary Sports Day (Grades 4-6)
*All Sport day events will be held at the school. Elementary children will have lunch provided on Tuesday (Mac & Cheese/Juice/Small ice cream treat). If your child doesn't like Mac & Cheese you will have to send a lunch from home. For Monday/Wednesday lunch must be brought from home as we have No Canteen/Cafeteria services. There is no items to buy at the school.
June 28th-Last day for students/Report cards come home
** Children will bring recess and a small lunch snack before dismissal.
June 29th-Administration Day for all teachers
2018 Heritage Fair
Congratulations to all students who participated in this year's Heritage Fair. The Grade 5 students of Lewisporte Academy did a tremendous job in preparing for this successful event.
The students and staff of Lewisporte Academy are very proud and congratulate all participants on a job well done!
2018 Regional Heritage Fair participants (left-to-right): Andrew Simms, Jordan Payne, Thomas Pardy, Jayden Hanrahan, Rachel Budden.
Project: Coding with Colour using Ozobots
This is a STEM education program that presents an innovative way to teach subjects like programming, math and science in classrooms. The Grade 4 students have been introduced to coding this year!
In August 2012, 17 educators in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) embarked on a two-week long institute to explore the possibilities of Relationships First: Restorative Justice in Education. Beginning with an exploration of their own core beliefs and values, the educators dug deep to reflect on the many relationships that make up their school community and began their journey toward creating and sustaining healthy, inclusive relationships in schools. Since then, many others involved in education in NL have discovered the benefits of restorative justice in schools. In 2014 Relationships First: Restorative Justice in Education Consortium* was formed and engaged a wide variety of education stakeholders within and outside of the traditional schooling systems.
www.relationshipsfirstnl.com is a website is designed as a resource to help us in our journey toward building healthy, inclusive school cultures by putting Relationships First.
SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT:
The role of a school, staff and administration of Lewisporte Academy is not only to pursue academic excellence but to motivate its students to be life-long learners. We foster an environment of collaboration and cooperation as we strive to improve our school daily.
Lewisporte Academy continues to strive toward a safe and caring environment for all students. It is our goal to promote and encourage inclusive policies that encompass our full school community.
The talents, skills, and abilities of each student need to be identified and encouraged so that he/she is able to reach their potential.
- Grade One
- Grade Two
- Grade Three
- Instructional Resource Teachers
- Guidance Counsellor
8:50 - 8:55: Home Room
8:55 - 9:35: Period 1
9:35 - 10:15: Period 2
10:15 - 10:30: Recess
10:30 - 11:10: Period 3
11:10 - 11:55: Period 4
11:55 - 12:35: Lunch
12:35 - 1:15: Period 5
1:15 - 1:55: Period 6
1: 55 - 2:35: Period 7
2:35 - 2:45 : Dismissal
LEWISPORTE ACADEMY BUS DRIVERS:
- MR. FOSS: LEWISPORTE UPTOWN/ROAD TO THE ISLES
- MR. KOHLHAUSER: EMBREE/LITTLE BURNT BAY
- MR. DAY: STANHOPE/PORTERVILLE/BROWN'S ARM/LAURENCETON
- MR. MORGAN: LEWISPORTE DOWNTOWN
- MR. FROUDE: MORNING UPTOWN LEWISPORTE
SCHOOL CAFETERIA: CHARTWELLS
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