Lafayette Public Charter School


October 11th-15th, 2021

What’s New at LCS 

Thank you to all the families that joined us for Family STEAM night. We had a fun evening and enjoyed meeting our local artist, Raelin. Thank you to the PROS committee for the treats and parents for the pumpkin donations.

On Thursday this week, dental assistants from Healthy Smiles Inc., will be coming to LCS to offer preventative care to qualifying families. If you’re interested in the services, please fill out the form that came home last week or contact the LCS Office and we can get you the paperwork. The paperwork must be filled out to ensure services.

Also on Thursday, we will be welcoming Connecting Nicollet County in for a tour (after school hours) to preview everything LCS has to offer.

On Friday, LCS will be giving back to Lafayette the 6th-8th graders will start the day ditch cleaning along highway 15 for the Adopt-A-Highway program and at 2pm, k-8th grade will go out into the community to pick up trash. The kids enjoy getting out into the community and making a difference!

As always, contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Kind Regards,

Mrs. Clobes

Parents Reaching out for Students (PROS)

LCS PROS will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 12th at 3:15pm in the technology lab. If you’re interested in checking out a meeting, contact Mrs. Reinhart. We also have a Zoom link if you’d like to join us virtually. Meetings typically last 30-45 minutes.

School-Linked Mental Health Services- Sioux Trails Mental Health Services

LCS is excited to partner with Sioux Trails Mental Health services for the 2021/22 school year. School Linked Mental Health (SLMH) increases accessibility of mental health services for underserved populations by providing outpatient therapy and CTSS services within the school setting. Referrals can be made through your child’s teacher or the LCS Director (Mrs. Clobes) and will be routed to Sioux Trails professionals working within that school setting. More information is available upon request.

Garden Produce/Apples

LCS is looking for garden produce to use for our Ag, snack & lunch program. If you or anyone you know has extras from their garden, feel free to bring it in. Thank you!

Teacher/Para/Food Service Subs WANTED

Interested in subbing? LCS is currently looking for substitute paras, food service and teachers. For more information, contact Tally Clobes @ 507-228-8943. Applications can be found online at

Want to help give back to LCS? Check this out!

MORE School Rewards program
1) Sign up for MORE Rewards at or any participating Coborn’s, Cash Wise, or Marketplace. Foods store. Designate your preferred school (Lafayette Charter School) by logging into your account at or via the MORE Rewards mo- bile app.

2) Shop Coborn’s, Cash Wise, and Marketplace Foods stores Food Club, Full Circle, Top Care, @ease, Paws & amp; Tippy Toes brand products to earn points for your school. There are more than 3,000 qualifying items!

3) The points your school earns will help grow their share of the $150,000 total. It’s like a pie – the size of your school’s slice will depend on how many points they have received. School Rewards funds can be used for whatever your school or organization needs!

*Learn more or get started today at*

Amazon Smile

What is AmazonSmile?

AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. AmazonSmile is available at on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones. When you shop with AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added benefit that AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. You can choose from over one million organizations to support.

Add Lafayette Public Charter School to your Amazon Smile Account!

Congratulations to LCS’S 
2021/2022 Student Council Officers & Representatives

Left to right: Skylar Lyimo, Secretary; Annika Wyffels, Vice President; Rachel Lund, Historian; Taylor Wcyzawski, President; Alden Khan, Treasurer; Himalaya Harrison, 6-8 Representative; Kaydence Jutz, 5th grade representative; Jackson Wcyzawski, 4th grade representative.

2nd & 3rd grade students in Mrs. Walters’s Ag class taste tested parts of a plant last week. They sampled roots (radish), stem (celery), leaves (romaine lettuce) & flower part (broccoli).

Left to right: Sarai Weston, Ziva Juracek, Logan Morton, Zayla Reinhart

Pre-K – 1st grade students had fun with the Lafayette Area Fire Department in celebrating Fire Prevention Week. Thank you to the volunteer firefighters who came and talked to us about fire safety!

Dates to Remember!

Oct. 12th: School Board Meeting @ 5:30pm- Tech. Lab

Oct. 14th: Healthy Smiles Inc. Dental Clinic offering preventative care services

Oct. 15th: Fall Ditch Clean-up 6th-8th grade & Community Clean-up (all students)

Oct. 20th: Grandparents Day- 2:30pm (doors open at 2:20)

Oct. 21st-22nd: MEA Break- No School

Oct. 28th: Community Coffee-Pre-K- 2:15pm

Oct. 29th: Student Council Day
                  End of 1st Quarter
                  Hearing/Vision Re-screening

Upcoming School/Community Events





Oatmeal Breakfast Bars, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk


Tatortot Hotdish, Mixed Vegetables, Lettuce, Veggie Sticks, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk



Pumpkin Spice Muffins, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk


Soft Shell Taco, Green Beans, Lettuce, Veggie Sticks, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk



Yogurt, Granola, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk


Hamburger Sandwich with cheese, Tator Tots, Lettuce, Veggie Sticks, Peaches, White or Chocolate Milk



Muffin, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk


Chicken Pot Pies, Mixed Vegetables, Lettuce, Veggie Sticks, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk



Assorted Cereal, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk


Cheesebread Dunkers, Carrots, Lettuce, Veggie Sticks, Fruit, White or Chocolate Milk

This menu is subject to change. Fresh vegetables are utilized in the daily menu whenever possible. Vegetables will vary dependent on the availability in our Farm to School Program. Whole wheat grain products are used unless otherwise noted. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Our Lunch Program is Offer vs Serve. See handbook for more information