Lafayette Public Charter School

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September 21st-25th, 2020

What’s New at LCS

IMPORTANT REMINDER

I personally, being a cancer survivor/battler, want to thank all our families for their respect and cooperation with consistent mask wearing. With that, it is also very important to remember that if someone in your family is being tested, or has 2 or more “less common symptoms” (see attached decision tree) than their siblings should also remain at home until they get results back. This is very important in keeping our staff, students and school a safe place. It also is important in helping keep the school open to all students.

Butterfly Experience

Last Friday, students & staff had the pleasure of listening to Isabella Williams talk about her butterfly garden and see her butterflies first hand. Thank you Isabella for sharing your knowledge with our students. See pictures below.

THANK YOU PROS

We had a fun surprise on Thursday from Jersey Sweet Ice cream truck! The students and staff have been working so hard and adjusting so well in the last few weeks, they deserved a treat!  Thank you to PROS for sponsoring this fun treat!

Families: Do you have any extra dishwasher safe (high temperature safe) water bottles or paper cups laying around? LCS is looking for extras! You can drop off any donations in the LCS office.

School Board Elections

LCS School Board Elections will be held Tuesday, October 20th from 3-6pm in the gymnasium. If you’re interested in running for board, please complete an application and submit a biography to Mrs. Petersen at petersen@lafayettecharter.k12.mn.us by October 12th. Applications can be found at www.lafayettecharter.k12.mn.us under Board Membership-search school board application.

REMINDER: Pre-K tuition is due the 1st of every month. If you haven’t paid for Aug./Sept, please do so asap. Thank you!  

Please label masks, water bottles, lunch bags etc. 

 

Teacher/Para/Food Service Subs WANTED

Interested in subbing? LCS is currently looking for substitute paras and teachers. For more information, contact Natasha Peterson at 507-228-8943.

 

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

MORE School Rewards program
1) Sign up for MORE Rewards at moreRewards.com or any participating Coborn’s, Cash Wise, or Marketplace. Foods store. Designate your preferred school (Lafayette Charter School) by logging into your account at moreRewards.com 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 & 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 moreRewards.com/school*

Thank You Isabella!!

Dates to Remember!

September 24th: Picture Day!

October 9th: Early Out at 1pm

October 12th: School Board applications due

October 13th: School Board Meeting @ 5:30pm

October 15th & 16th: MEA Break-No School

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Menu

Monday

Breakfast

Oatmeal breakfast cookie, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Lunch

Hamburger soup, Bread, Corn, Lettuce, Veggie sticks, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Tuesday

Breakfast

Muffin, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Lunch

Chef’s salad with ham, Peas, Veggie sticks, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Wednesday

Breakfast

Yogurt, Granola bar, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Lunch

Cheesey beefy nachos, Green beans, Lettuce, Veggie sticks, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Thursday

Breakfast

Muffin, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Lunch

Hotdog on bun, Baked beans, Lettuce, Veggie sticks, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Friday

Breakfast

Assorted cereal, Fruit, White or chocolate milk

Lunch

Cheesebread dunkers, Marinara sauce, Green beans, 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

THANK YOU PROS!!