Henry Leavenworth Elementary School

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Dear Henry Leavenworth Families,

As we close out November. It is a wonderful time to give thanks for the many blessings in our lives. I am certainly thankful for the many blessings in my life, including working with the amazing children, parents, teachers, and staff at Henry Leavenworth Elementary.

As the weather begins to change over the next few weeks I would like to encourage students to dress appropriately as the fresh air always does the children well and we will be going outside to recess. With that responsibility comes into place as our lost and found items begin to grow and it is amazing how many jackets we are accumulating. I encourage parents to write their students name inside of their jackets/coats as many students’ jacket/coats do look alike.

The Staff at Henry Leavenworth would like to thank all of our parents that attended Parent Teacher Conferences! The partnership that we develop between home and school enriches your children’s education and helps them be successful. We definitely cannot do it without your support!

During the month of December our Character Trait will be Cooperation. When children demonstrate self -control they have the opportunity to earn Bee Bucks and all students will need 20 Bee Bucks this quarter to attend the Bee Buck Party in December without any office referrals.

The office staff always appreciates a phone call when your student is out for the day. Please remember students get 10 excused absences and then all future absences are unexcused without a doctor’s note. So if you are making a visit to the doctor ask for a doctor’s note to bring to the school for a medical excused absence.
Many thanks,
Kevin Lunsford
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News and Announcements

Henry Leavenworth Elementary Kicks Off Pioneer Pals Program

Henry Leavenworth Elementary recently kicked off its Pioneer Pals Volunteer Program which pairs members of the community who have volunteered time to mentor students and assist them in building social skills and tutoring in reading and/or math. Pictured: one of the first Pioneer Pals volunteers, Jack Johnson, volunteers time working with a Henry student. For more information about the Pioneer Pals program, click here.

Henry STEAM Club Members Show Off Their Creations

Henry Leavenworth Elementary fourth and fifth graders in the school's STEAM Club competed at a recent assembly with their wind racers. The challenge during STEAM Club meetings was to develop a wind racer that would travel at least 9 meters with the power of a box fan. Hunter Phillips and Jaylee Gross tied for first place at the final race, both reaching a maximum distance of 16.5 meters.

Henry Classes Compete in Door Decorating Contest

Classes at Henry Leavenworth Elementary had a friendly holiday competition in the form of a door decorating contest. Each class was tasked with decorating their classroom door with a holiday theme. The winning class, Courtney Hardeman's fifth graders, won the competition with their outstanding "Grinch" themed door. They will receive hot cocoa and donuts as their prize.

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