What's Happening at LR?
Click the Calendar link on our page for the dates/times of school events, activities, and holidays for the current school year.
Meet LR's Teachers & Staff
In case you missed our virtual Meet the Teacher Nights, take a look at the Slides presentations below to begin to get to know the teachers and their expectations
As always, reach out with questions anytime!
Thank you so much for your assistance!
Log in to Google, open Classroom, click the plus sign in the corner, and enter the codes (one at a time) to join these classes today.
Every teacher has created a virtual class using the platform called Google Classroom.
Students can log in on any computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device with wifi access. They will use their Google logins. The format is as follows:
School Gmail address: email@example.com
Note: This username is the same one used to log on to our school computers. In most cases, it follows the format of the first initial of their first name followed by their last name with no spaces.
Gmail password: the same password they use when logging on to Chromebooks as well as Google here at school
Note: The format for password is typically the child’s initials in reverse order followed by the last for digits of their Student ID # followed by their initials in the correct order.
EXAMPLE: If the student’s name is John Smith, his Google login would likely be:
Under revision...coming soon
The first day of school for students is
Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020.
Please read the letter below for information about our new digital emergency contact form.
Then click one of the links below to fill out the form online.
*Please fill out one form for each child attending Lawrence Road this fall.
If you have any questions, please contact the main office.
The following health forms must also be filled out and returned to the school as soon as possible:
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
Dear Parents and Staff Members:
Effective 12:01am on Thursday, June 25, 2020, Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order 205 that requires individuals to quarantine for 14 days after traveling for 24 hours or longer within designated states that have significant rates of transmission of COVID-19. Guidance was also issued by the New York State Department of Health. Since New York has successfully reduced COVID-19 transmission, vigilance must be maintained to ensure that New York does not see a surge in new cases from states with increasing community transmission of COVID-19.
Summation: If you have traveled from within one of the designated states with significant community spread, you must quarantine when you enter New York for 14 days from the last travel within such designated state, provided on the date you enter into New York State that such state met the criteria for requiring such quarantine. Click on link below for the list of "restricted States"
Walnut Street School Social Distancing Set-Up
Click here for Photos
Results of Parent Survey Regarding Reopening of Schools
Click here for details
Please click on the link below for:
A Technology Quick-Guide for Uniondale School District Parents
Uniondale Pre-K Registration Information
Click here for details
Pre-K & Kindergarten Registration for 2020-2021 School Year
When school is closed, learning can still continue thanks to technology.
But parents may need some resources so they can help their kids at home.
Here are a few that will be huge helpers for you:
1. Both you and your child(ren) now have to get into the new habit of checking 3 places daily. They all contain valuable info needed for success:
2. Ms. Trapani's YouTube Channel
3. Check out this new DIGITAL CLASSROOM RESOURCES WEBSITE.
4. Website created by Uniondale's Social Work Department: links to info about COVID-19, mental health, parent resources, and more. This link is also found on the Digital Classroom Resources Website listed above.
|5. Need wifi access? Get access to free Spectrum wifi hotspots here. Spectrum has free WiFi spots.|
Click this link to view the presentation shared on May 21: Parent Meeting 5_21_2020.pdf
Click the links below for important messages from the Assistant Superintendent, Ms. Rhonda Taylor:
So many fun projects happen in our library all year long!
A recent one was a "Poetry Slam" with Mrs. Morales' and Mrs. Sair's 6th grade ELA classes.
I am so proud of 6th grader, Hillary, for writing and recording her original poem, "I Am a Book."
Check it out!
Keep up with your library by joining Ms. T's Google Classroom: