Lake Grove

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  • LGV Newsletter May18 (SPANISH)

    Boletín informativo de la semana del 18 de mayo

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  • LGV Newsletter May18

    Newsletter for Week of May 18th

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  • LGV Newsletter May11 (SPANISH)

    Nos complace compartir volumen 6 de nuestro boletín de aprendizaje remoto. Esta semana, fue muy conmovedor acercarse a los estudiantes y sus familias a través de Zoom. Esperamos ver a todas nuestras familias en las reuniones de clases en Zoom la próxima semana. Consulte la página 4 del boletín para obtener información de contacto del personal.

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  • LGV Newsletter May11

    We are pleased to share vol. 6 of our remote learning newsletter. It was so heartwarming to zoom with scholars and families. We hope to see all of our scholars in classroom zoom meetings next week. Please see page 4 of the newsletter for staff contact information.

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  • LGV Newsletter May4 (SPANISH)

    Nos complace compartir volumen 5 de nuestro boletín de aprendizaje remoto. Esta semana, fue muy conmovedor acercarse a los estudiantes y sus familias a través de Zoom. Esperamos ver a todas nuestras familias en las reuniones de clases en Zoom la próxima semana. Consulte la página 4 del boletín para obtener información de contacto del personal.

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  • LGV Newsletter May4

    We are pleased to share vol. 5 of our remote learning newsletter. It was so heartwarming to zoom with scholars and families. We hope to see all of our scholars in classroom zoom meetings next week. Please see page 4 of the newsletter for staff contact information.

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Principal's Message

  • Greetings Lake Grove Leopards!

    It is with great enthusiasm and vim that I welcome you to “The Grove.” I am most excited and humbled to join this fantastic team of educators, staff, scholars and their parents that make up this awesome community.  Lake Grove’s reputation for warmth and “All hands on deck for scholars” is evident and deeply engrained.  I recently moved to Washington from Tennessee where I served for thirty years as a teacher, assistant principal and principal.  I am a proud third generation educator.  At family gatherings conversations at the dinner table were always centered on, “How to best help children.” So then, I was innately destined to do this work.

    After meeting with Dr. Campbell and the FWPS team, I am invigorated by and anchored to the following three tenets:  1. Our scholars always come first.  2. Positivity is contagious and a priority.  3.  The Strategic Plan ensures equity and is our way of life.  In essence, every scholar, every day deserves a world-class quality education with a champion rooting for him or her.

    I know each of us are here to make a difference in the lives of children. As we move forward with our instructional focus, I would like you to think about a quote that resonates with me. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” I know we will venture upon new trails filled with success and accomplishments as we work together to launch the best year ever for our scholars. We are trailblazers for children!

    In closing, it is just like simple addition, parent input+ teacher input= scholar success! The assistant principal, Rachel Smith Mosely and I look forward to working with each of you.

    In Partnership,

    Yolanda Heidelberg

    Principal

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