ALOHA Leopards!! Today is Thursday, October 1st
Cross Country: Come out and support your Leopard runners as they run at Lincoln Park today @3:30pm. We have some talented ladies and gentlemen who are doing a superb job! Mark your calendars for our Cross Country Sectionals coming up on Friday, October 16th.
Tardies: ATTENTION STUDENTS— It is a requirement to get to class on time. Students should log-in and be ready for learning at least a 1-2 minutes before your scheduled class time. You should have your camera on with your face present in the camera, and sound muted. We are beginning our tardies starting today, so please remember if it won't work in school, it won't work on Zoom.
Girls Basketball: Due to COVID-19, the IESA Girls Basketball Season has been pushed back to begin in March 2021. We will conduct some open gyms, but not until the start of next year. Rest up girls, and fingers crossed we will get to have a season!
Boys Basketball: Due to COVID-19, the IESA Boys Basketball Season has been pushed back to begin in January 2021. We will conduct some open gyms, but not until December, and possibly over winter break. Rest up boys, and fingers crossed we will get to have a season!
- Ask your child to show you how they check for assignments in Canvas. This will also help show you where you can find modules and assignments on your Parent Account!!
- Canvas Calendar: We recommend daily checking of your kids Canvas calendar. In there you will be kept up-to-date on the latest assignments, tests coming up, and other important information.
National Calendar Day: Today is "National Homemade Cookies Day" ! This day is observed annually on October 1. If you are looking for an excuse to bake some homemade cookies, look no further. Package them up and share them with neighbors, co-workers, and friends! Can you smell them now? Will it be peanut butter, chocolate chip, or snickerdoodle? It's also "National Fire Pup Day". Canine firefighters that have long been members of fire departments across the country. While the Dalmation’s origin is unknown, their use in firehouses began during the 1700s. Trained as a carriage dog, the Dalmatian’s agility transferred quickly to horse-drawn fire engines. Even though Dalmations weren’t the only dogs fit for carriage work, they were the ones who mostly filled the role of fire dogs. They were also easily identified by their spotted and speckled coats.
Thursday, Oct. 1st
Cross Country Meet @3:30pm- Lincoln Park