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Feel the Pride!
Hoppy Spring from Mrs. Elam's/Mrs. Hines' Kindergarten!



Yearbooks are Here!!! They are Fantastic!!! Only a Few Extras!!!    




Mrs. Allen-Gibson, Ms. Boulware , Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Martin's PreK classes at Lewisville Elementary School performed movin' and groovin songs from Pete the Cat.  Parents, friends, and family members enjoyed listening to these rockin school songs!

Vision Statement

As a family of learners, we aim to empower students with knowledge, compassion, and integrity to build a successful learning community.


"Lions Empowered to Succeed" 


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Responsibility

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Congratulations!

Terry Murphy -Teacher of the Year



Petrina Bouleware - Support Staff of the Year
Lion Cub Announcements

What is ESEA exactly???

How does it affect my child and their school?

How does it affect my community and me?

If you would like to know the answers to the above
questions or have some questions of your own, 
please attend the 1st of 3 ESEA workshops being held
across Chester County School District.

This Workshop will be held at Lewisville Elementary
School on Tuesday, April 29th From 5:00-6:00.

Kelly Lunsford-Thomas, Chester County School
District's Data and Instructional Specialist, will
present pertinent information regarding ESEA and
how it effects our students, schools, and community
and will be available to answer any and all questions
that you may have!

All parents are invited to attend, whether you live in
the attendance zone or not. If this date and time
does not suit, there will be two additional meetings,
one held in Great Falls and one in Chester. Those
dates and times will be released at a later date.

             






The lost and found will be removed on the last Friday of each month. This is due to many items being piled up. This is also a fire hazard. Remind your children to check the lost and found as soon as they miss an item. If you have any questions, please call the school.



  Dr. Slayman and Dr. King joined LES for SC School Walk Day.  This was a fun, educational school wide CATCH activity. Students walked during their recess time.




Cupid (Ms. Frederick) made a special appearance during second grade's performance!

No one said the life of a principal was easy!


Principal's Message

             

  Dear Lewisville Elementary Families:

           Thank you for visiting the Lewisville Elementary School webpage. As principal of Lewisville Elementary School, I want to welcome you to our school. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to work with highly qualified and dedicated staff, the wonderful students, and the supportive parents. We are ready for the start of a fantastic new 2013-2014 school year!

I am thrilled at the opportunity to get to know all of you and engage in the educational process together. The elementary years are critical times of development for students and families alike, and I look forward to working with all of you to make this year successful. I am a lifelong educator who brings a firm commitment to students and families as well as a love of learning and problem solving.

Our staff is committed to working with students and their families as a team. Our rigorous curriculum is directly aligned to the South Carolina Common Core Standards. To help each child achieve to his/her fullest potential, the school provides both enrichment and intervention supports for students. We believe in knowing each child by “name and need.”

Lewisville Elementary is in the first year of implementing the Coordinated Approach to Child Health (C.A.T.C.H.) program. This program will encourage healthy eating habits as well as promoting physical activity inside and outside of the classroom. Be on watch for the many exciting things that will happen with this program.

Research shows that parental involvement in a child’s education benefits the child. These benefits are higher levels of academic achievement, positive attitudes, and greater maturity and responsibility. These benefits are so solid; I urge you to take part as much as possible in the life of our school. It does take an entire village to raise a child. Your assistance as a volunteer would be extremely valuable to our students. Consider becoming an approved school volunteer. There are many areas where your help would be appreciated.

Again, we welcome all our families back to another exciting, challenging year. Always contact your child’s teacher first with any concerns you may have. As the instructional leader of your child’s school, I am responsible for all decisions made in the best interest of your children. I look forward to a great year and to meeting all our new children and their families.

Educationally yours,

Wanda F. Frederick

Principal

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Feel the Pride
In Memory of Tina Holmes


3rd and 4th graders completed the second half of a South Carolina mural that spans the back of the cafeteria. This portion of the mural covers important people, places, and events associated with the lower regions of our state. Thank you for doing such a beautiful job.