We are pleased to once again offer our Aftercare Program to grades PreK through 8th. The program will offer supervised homework completion, a healthy snack, and a safe place to play with friends in a familiar environment. The aftercare program will begin immediately after school each day (3:00pm) in the cafeteria and will end at 6:00pm, starting on Monday, August 14th. The students attending Elevate (afterschool tutoring) may check- in to Aftercare once Elevate dismisses for the day.
The Aftercare Program cost is $9.00 per day, per child, plus a $40.00 non-refundable registration fee. Fees should be pre-paid weekly using My Payments Plus. If payment is not received after one week of service, your child/ children will not be allowed to attend the program until the balance is paid in full. Any student picked up late will be charged $10.00 for each 15 minutes. After 6:00 pm, if any student has not been picked up, a child care worker will contact the parent/ guardian of the child, by telephone (work, home, emergency contact). Please note: If a student is continuously picked up late, then he or she may be removed from the program.
Any child attending aftercare without a paid registration fee will be charged a higher daily rate of $10.00, which must be paid on the day of service.
In order to reserve a space for your child/children in the aftercare program, please fill out the registration form attached to this letter and return to Stacie Prats, Aftercare Director.
All payments must be paid using My Payments Plus.
There will be NO aftercare on half days of school.
Aftercare Program fees/ guidelines
$9.00 per day plus a $40.00 non-refundable registration fee per child
$10.00 per day, per child not registered (however, all demographic and health care information is required)
$10.00 late fee for every 15 minutes late
Anyone having a balance from previous year may not attend or register until balance is paid
Aftercare will follow the same procedures as in the classroom to address misbehaviors. If continuous misbehaviors occur, your child will not be able to attend aftercare.
Elevate is a free after-school achievement program offered to students in grades kindergarten -fifth. This program will support your student with reading and math fluency. Students will transition between different activities every15 minutes; making sure students are engaged and excited about learning.
The Elevate program will begin September 5th.
Students will attend Monday - Thursday from 3:15-4:45 PM
Students will participate in activities in Reading, P.E., Snack, Writing, Phonics, Math, and Phonemic Awareness.
Each group will be lead by a certified teacher. Groups will not be larger than ten students and will follow a curriculum based on grade - level instruction.
The SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Club exists to empower student leaders to take action in increasing school safety and promoting kindness and positivity in our school and community. The club is open to any students in grades 6-8.
Lee Road FFA is a dynamic youth development organization for students enrolled in agriculture classes that prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. Students whose lives are impacted by FFA and agricultural education will achieve academic and personal growth, strengthen American agriculture and provide leadership to build healthy communities, a strong nation and a sustainable world. Students must take Ag as an elective in order to be in FFA.
The Rebel Band performs at home football games, pep rallies, the Veteran's Day Program and Concerts. Students in the band may also audition for honor performing groups and talented music. In order to be in the band, students must be a member of the 6th grade Intermediate Band and take band as an elective in Jr. High. Band is a High School credit.
4H provides students with community, mentors, and learning opportunities to develop the skills they need to create positive change in their lives and communities. Club Dues are $25. 4-H is open to grades 4-8.
The goal of the robotics club is to offer students an opportunity to have fun and learn some very basic computer programming and robotic foundations. Members of the Robotics Club also participate in yearly competitions that involve programing a robot to complete various tasks and missions.
What is StuCo? -It is a leadership club ran by 7th and 8th grade representatives and officers. This club plans school wide events like the food drive and Jr. High dances. The club is made up of five seventh and eighth grade representatives and eighth grade officers.
Requirements to run for representative or officer are:
No out of school suspension or in school suspension this school year or last.
You must maintain a 2.5 GPA.
An $8.00 membership fee is required for all members which will cover the cost of your club shirt.
LRS sponsors two LEGO teams to participate in JrFLL every year. Selection of team members is based on qualities such as: interest in STEM, ability to collaborate in a team, public speaking, ability to persevere on a task, and problem-solving skills. Membership on these teams requires students to stay after school on Fridays for club day, a fee to cover league costs, and t-shirt and participation in an EXPO in the Spring.