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Immunization Information

Immunization Information Needed!  Please provide an updated, signed copy of your student’s CIS (immunization certificate) to the school nurse.  Washington residents can print a copy of this online, access you family’s immunization information here.  Please sign, date and turn it in.  If your student is from another state or country, please go to your Health Care Provider for an updated form and bring it to school.  Thank you for helping to keep our whole school healthy!  When we have 95% of the students fully immunized, there is much less chance of an outbreak of whooping cough, measles, mumps or rubella.

Field Day June 24th Volunteers Needed

Our students look forward to this Lafayette Teacher/Staff organized event all year, which takes place during the school day and is filled with games, activities, and more!  If you are able, please volunteer your time for this great year-end event to celebrate our students and their hard work.  We need A LOT of volunteers to make Field Day happen, sign up to volunteer here. All Volunteers must sign in at the front desk.

Special Thank You to Parent Volunteer/PTA Board Health & Wellness Chair Aimee Corr and Parent Volunteer/PTA Board Member Claudina Valcarlos for bringing so much energy and passion on the importance of Health & Wellness to our students for the past few years.  They have dedicated countless hours to the Running Club, Bike to School Month, Family Fitness Night, Field Day, Girls on the Run, Seattle Reign school visits and MORE – THANK YOU!

Inclusion Matters May 15th 7pm

May 15, 2019 at 7-8pm
Lafayette Elementary Cafeteria
Speaker Dr. Ilene Schwartz
University of Washington Haring Center
Please RSVP your attendance, it helps us to plan accordingly.
Childcare available in the gym.

Please join us as we welcome Dr. Ilene Schwartz to Lafayette Elementary to speak about why inclusion matters within schools and in our community.  She will cover topics such as how to talk to your child about disability and the benefits of inclusion followed by Q&A. This event is geared toward families with children of all abilities. Dr. Schwartz is the director of the Haring Center for Inclusive Education on the UW campus, an interdisciplinary, research and training center focused on improving outcomes for children of all abilities. She is the author of 3 books and over 75 scholarly articles and book chapters.  For more information or to request specific accommodations, email Pam Phillips.

Turn In Your Bike-to-School Calendars For Raffle Prize!

Turn in your Bike-to-School Calendars for Raffle prize!

Reminder that we are collecting the May ‘Bike-to-School’ Calendars for a raffle prize!   Add up your total minutes & turn them in at the front office.  All biking counts, not just to/from school.

Thank you Aimee Corr & Tricia C. for making Bike-to-School month happen at Lafayette!

May is Bike to School Month!  And May 8th is Bike to School Day!

Lafayette has partnered with Cascade Bicycle Club and joined hundreds of schools across the state to participate in Bike to School activities all month long. Students can ride to school for the month of May and get a chance to earn incentives throughout the month. Additionally, students can record their biking minutes for each day in May with a calendar.

All completed calendars will be entered into a raffle to win prizes. Remember all biking counts, not just rides to school, but anytime!

Be safe out there, here are some bike safety tips.

  1.  Keep track of the total number of minutes you ride each day with a calendar.
  2. Calculate your total minutes ridden for the month.
  3. Give your completed calendars to the front office.
  4. Your completed calendar will be entered into a raffle drawing.


Every Kid Healthy Week April 22-26

Running Club will be promoting Every Kid Healthy Week, April 22-26. It’s an annual observance to celebrate health and wellness in schools. Running Club will be sponsoring the Leaping Leopard Mileage Challenge and a Healthy Snack Contest.
The Leaping Leopard Milage Challenge is a weeklong competition during Running Club that recognizes the boy and girl in each grade who runs the most laps.
Any student can enter the Healthy Snack Contest! Entries can be picked up starting Friday, April 19th and the deadline is Friday, April 26th. Create a healthy snack with 5 ingredients without the use of an oven. Winning entries will be simple, nutritious and delicious! The winning entry will be showcased and sampled during lunch.
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