News from Mrs. LaPrairie
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          Mrs. LaPrairie's Classroom

                     Welcome to my Classroom!!

     Hi!! I am Mrs. LaPrairie and I am your child's teacher for the 2018/2019 school year.  Welcome to my class!   I am teaching Center Grades 3/4 this year.  
      We are in Rm. 22.  
My e-mail is nlaprair@livoniapublicschools.org
     Open House/Picnic is on Thursday September 6 from 6:00-7:30.  Curriculum Night is on September    from .  I will be at both but if it is hard for you to make 2 evenings or if your child is reluctant to come back after their school day end, I would encourage you to choose Curriculum Night since this is where specific information about your child's day will be shared! 
     If you wish to donate classroom supplies for the year , please check out the attached section .  High need supplies are a 1 inch white binder with a slip in plastic cover on it which will be used as our home/school communication binder.  Kleenex, large glue sticks, crayons, Ziploc storage bags and skinny markers are the most needed!

     Please take time to review all  sub- categories on the left of my site and know that I will update monthly!!!!!!!   Enjoying this  fantastic year!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  

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 Reminders

Week of October 9-13-Book Fair


Monday October 16 - Picture Day

Parent/Teacher Conferences- Wednesday October 18 and Thursday October 19 ( half-days for students dismissal at 11:55)






Please remember to check on our Classroom News every month to keep updated on what we are working on at school.

Under the category of Autism Information I have added an article titled  Halloween and children with Autism    Please read and enjoy.


Also a gentle reminder about our illness policy
1.  If your child has a fever they must stay home for 24 hours after  fever is gone .
2.  If your child is vomiting or has diarrhea please follow the same guidelines.  We want to be respectful to all students and protect them from the exposure to an illnesses well as protecting your child from being expected to perform at school when they simply are just not up to it. 




Coolidge Center Hours for students are  8:37-3:43
We begin and end 15 minutes earlier than the rest of Coolidge to allow for busses to safely deliver children before the parking lot becomes congested.