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Students at The Learning Center charter school have started a school wide Penny Drive to raise funds to benefit the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. They will be collecting pennies throughout the school year to send to Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas.
The fourth graders have already filled one container and are on to the next!
Pennies from community members are welcome and would be greatly appreciated!
The annual Parent Fair was held August 17, 2017 from 1:30-6:00 pm and served as way to inform and to provide parents of enrolled students with all of the “start-up” details for the upcoming school year. It also provided an opportunity for parents and the community to explore the full range of Learning Center offerings.
The first round of Mum orders will need to be picked tomorrow, Wednesday, September 13th at the Outdoor Learning Center gazebo from 2:30-5:30. Please look for signs at the next driveway. Also, have you heard! We have a few more days to sell more mums and contribute to the mum competition. All second chance orders are due 8:00 am sharp on Tuesday, September 19th to the school office. Second chance mum pick-up will be held on Wednesday, September 20th from 2:30-5:30 at the TOLC gazebo. Extra order forms are available in the school office.
As educators, we know that learning by doing is the best teacher. The total solar eclipse that happened on August 21, 2017 gave us the incredible, rare opportunity to bring our Community of Learners together to witness the awesome effects of planetary motion! How could we pass that up?
SolarFest brought us together to witness the total solar eclipse and to learn new things in the process. Our educational booths taught us about the science behind an eclipse, pinhole cameras, and 3D printing. It even allowed the perfect selfie opportunity! Food, crafts and water games added to the festivities. It was an awesome day!
While students can learn many things on our campus, we know the world waiting outside offers even more opportunity for rich, engaging, educational experience. Each Fall, students in 6th through 8th grades have the opportunity to go camping as a group. They enjoy the outdoors, learn a little bit about nature, cook on a campfire and share experiences and stories with their classmates in a new setting. This year’s trip promises to be a great one! Make sure your student is signed up before September 15th!
They should have come home with the above form. If not, you can print this one or pick one up in the front office. Your student won’t want to miss it!