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  • Awards Day - June 5th

    Awards Day for all grade levels will be held on Wednesday, June 5th. 
    Parents should report directly to the gym for awards; there is no
    need to sign in at the office unless entering the school building. 
     
    Individual times for awards ceremonies are as follows:
    Kindergarten - 8:15 am
    1st Grade - 9:00 am
    5th Grade - 9:45 am
    3rd Grade - 11:00 am
    4th Grade - 12:45 pm
    2nd Grade - 1:30 pm
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    It's Yearbook Time Again!!

    Yearbook pre-sales have begun.  The cost is $20.00.  Please send money to your child's classroom teacher.  Make checks payable to LCES or send correct change.   Yearbook sales will continue through May 31st. They will be distributed to students during last week of school.  You may also order yearbooks online thru OSP school payments. If ordering online, please be sure to include your child's name and teacher's name.   https://osp.osmsinc.com/CaldwellNC/Default.aspx

    Reserve yours today before they are sold out!!!

     

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  • Family Coding Night April 1

    Please see RSVP under Quick Links. 

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  • Welcome to Lower Creek Elementary School

    Students may enter the building at 7:30am.
    Our Tardy Bell rings at 8:00am.  All students arriving after the tardy bell MUST be walked in by a parent/guardian to sign student in as tardy.

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  • Elementary Battle of the Books

    Elementary Battle of the Books

    Congratulations, LCES EBOB members Cameron, Addison, Beckhem, Sam, Aubrey, and Mallory for placing second in our EBOB competition. You did an outstanding job representing LCES.  It was a very close competition!!!

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  • Internet Safety and Our Kids

    The Internet has changed the way that children interact with the world. They have access to in-depth knowledge, tools to express their creativity and people from all over the world. Yet along with offering a fascinating, new way to connect with the world, the Internet also offers new risks.

    We encourage parents to have intentional conversations with their children about what they encounter online. These discussions could include:

    • Reminding children to never contact strangers online, on any platform;

    • Encourage children to share any worries or concerns with you;

    • Ensure children understand the importance of not giving personal information to anyone they do not know;

    • Tell children no one has the right to make them do anything they do not want to do;

    • Set privacy systems on devices with your child as a way to have a conversation about safety.

    It is also important for parents to know what children can access online. We have the following suggestions for families:

    • Set privacy settings for all social media and gaming applications;

    • Keep video games and YouTube watching in shared family spaces;

    • Set up video game restrictions to friends only;

    • Set up “restricted” mode on YouTube for your child’s account so inappropriate content is not available to them or stream YouTube content through a family-friendly site such as watchkin.com.

    • Look for digital citizenship safety tips – you can find an example at SafeKids.com

    • Local resources, such as Policy Code: 3226/4205 Internet Safety, can be found online at caldwellschools.com in the Caldwell County Board of Education policies.

    If you have any questions or need support with respect to discussing online safety with your child,  please contact your child’s school office.

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    Open Enrollment for Student Transfers has now ended and all schools are officially closed to transfers.
    Any parents requesting school transfer must pick up a form at either the Freedman Center or the Education Center, and that completed application will only be approved if there is a verifiable hardship. Each application must be accompanied by a letter detailing that hardship.  Completed forms should be remitted directly to Student Services, and not returned to the schools.  
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  • Fall Tree Bulletin Board  Each month one of our classes will create artwork to share with our business partner, Continental Structural Plastics

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    New Start Time for 2018-2019

    All Caldwell County Schools will add 10 minutes to the instructional day starting August 2018. Lower Creek will begin at 8:00 am and will dismiss buses and wraparound students at 2:40 and all car riders (including kinders) will be dismissed once the buses have safely exited the driveway.  All exterior doors will be closed and locked at the 8:00 am bell. Students arriving after 8:00 am will need to enter through the front doors and a parent/guardian must sign them in in the front office.  The school will continue to open to students at 7:30 am in the front driveway and 7:45 in the rear driveway at the 5th grade hall doors. All students may report to their classrooms at 7:40 am.

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