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PK-5th teachers worked this afternoon in teams to disaggregate student data and develop lessons.
Reminder About Friday
Early Release Friday
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time for communities to come together to build caring connections, supportive environments, and positive experiences for all children. Though this is important year-round, April gives us the opportunity to shine a light on child abuse and inspire conversations about how to prevent it. For more information, visit www.stopthehurt.org #stopthehurt
Public Welcome! The high school will be hosting an Academic Showcase. This is an opportunity for to learn more about the amazing LHS courses. Academic Showcase is on Monday, April 12th from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. This is an outside come & go event
Special Education Parent Info Sessions
Shanklin students are learning and practicing conflict resolution skills using a peace path as part of the No Place for Hate initiative. Self-awareness, listening skills, empathy, team work, and critical thinking are all utilized. Students take turns sharing how they feel, what they want or need, and then brainstorm together to find a solution. Resolving conflicts in a peaceful manner is a lifelong tool and fosters a respectful and inclusive learning environment at Shanklin Elementary. #NoPlaceForHate
Virtual Bookfair 4th-7th. Visit Shanklin Library Google Class!
Tomorrow is the Day!!!
No School Friday
Hope Hospice is hosting Camp HavenHeart Families on April 24-25, 2021. The camp is for children ages 5-18 that have experienced the death of a loved one. For more information visit https://www.hopehospice.net/camps-and-events
Shanklin's student council is raising money for the Luling Animal Shelter for their March service project. Teachers submitted pictures of their pet and students have been dropping change in the jars to vote for their favorite teacher's pet. They met their goal in just 2 days!
The counselor guidance lessons this week focus on managing emotions by learning and practicing calming down coping skills like controlling the breath. Each grade is focusing on a different topic such as managing anxiety, calming down anger, handling accusations, and handling making mistakes. All of these skills are important in social and emotional development and are beneficial now and moving forward into the future.
Central office leaders participated in the No Place For Hate discussions this week about families. The kids did a fantastic job of drawing their families and focusing on similarities while respecting differences. Focusing on the common themes in families even though they may look different and have different traditions fosters an environment where all students feel accepted and included. #noplaceforhate
TODAY 12-1pm and 5-7pm
Luling Primary’s Tree of Respect has been completed for their second No Place for Hate lesson. Each student created a helping hand with words and drawings of respect. Luling ISD Central Office staff also added helping hands to the tree!