43 Spruce Avenue, P.O.Box 640

Lewisporte, NL A0G 3A0

(709) 535-2115 Telephone

(709) 535-0480 Fax

Regional Heritage Fair

Congrats to all of our students who attended the Regional Heritage Fair in Gander this past Friday. Everyone had excellent projects to present and learned a great deal about their subjects.

Special congrats to Abigail Shea who won the Parks Canada History Award. Also to Kaitlyn Simms who won the Annual Theme Award. Great work guys.

Volunteer Week

The staff and students of Lewisporte Academy would like to send out a very special thank you to all of our volunteers. Your generous support across all of our programs truly enriches our student lives. The work you do is invaluable and immeasurable.

Guidance Counsellor Schedule

Many Thanks!

Many, many thanks to Candi King for her donation to the Kids Eat Smart Breakfast program on behalf of Lewisporte Academy!

On Saturday, March 2, 2019, the Kids Eat Smart Foundation will be hosting it’s annual KES Gala, at the Delta, St. John’s. Ms. King’s artwork will be displayed on a Lewisporte Academy table to be auctioned. All funds raised on that piece will be donated directly back to our school’s Kids Eat Smart Breakfast Club!

For more information on Candi’s art, visit her Facebook page: Candi King Art Studio

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.

After School Sports Schedule Click here or see monthly calendar that came home.

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.