The Class of 2026 is hosting a Sneaker Night for elementary grades on Friday, May 5. There will be games and activities, and snacks will be available for purchase. The schedule is as follows: Grades Prek-2: 3-4:15 p.m.; Grades 3-4: 4:30-6 p.m.; and Grades 5-6: 6:15 -7:45 p.m.
The deadline for ordering the Manorisms yearbook has been extended to May 11. They can be ordered at https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/lmcs2023yearbook .A limited number of yearbooks will also be available for purchase in person for $60.
Last week, kindergartners finished up their unit about the post office, with a trip to the Livingston Manor post office to mail letters.
Good Evening LMCS Elementary Parents: The Livingston Manor FFA Chapter will be hosting a movie night tomorrow, Friday, April 28th afterschool from 3 PM until 4:45 PM in the auditorium. We will be showing the movie "Rock Dog Three - Battle the Beat," rated PG. $10 is necessary for entry which includes a snack and a drink. Please return the permission slip tomorrow with your child if they plan to attend. Thank you Wildcats.
Mackenzie Carlson is again up for a Varsity845 player of the week honor, hosted by the Times-Herald Record — this time as pitcher of the week. Show your support by voting for her as often as possible. https://www.recordonline.com/story/sports/high-school/2023/04/25/vote-now-varsity-845-softball-player-of-week-april-17-23-ociaa-mhal/70149228007/
Ms. Rojas' k,1,2 classroom concluded its study on birds with an Earth Day celebration! The students used their fine motor skills and give bird beaks (pliers, tweezers and chopsticks) a try as they sorted seeds, made bird feeders and went on a nature scavenger hunt to celebrate Earth Day!
Food and Nutrition class is finishing its fruit unit. One project was learning about how to use a knife to cut fruit and vegetables. Students also cut lemons for water and had a mini food photography lesson. They also made Furutsu Sandos — creative fruit sandwiches — from Japan. There is a special technique with creating the sandwiches — cutting on the diagonal to create a presentation of fruit and cream. The students also made fruit pizzas. All projects were created and made by the students.
Awards may not have been given out for the elementary grade (Pk-4) classes at the Sullivan County PK-12 Art Show last week, but all of our artists were winners in our eyes. Check out some of our elementary students' (PK-6) artwork here and on our Facebook page.
Congratulations to sixth grader Donald Wilson who won an Artist's Choice Award at the Sullivan County PK-12 Countywide Art Show last week. .
Good Afternoon Wildcats: Reminder that we are hosting the Livingston Manor Bike-a-thon on Saturday, April 22nd, 2023 for students in grades second through eighth grades at 10 AM. Guardians, please return permission slips if you would like your child to attend. Thank you.
The Livingston Manor Wildcats will host a baseball and softball tournament on Saturday, April 22. The opening rounds will begin at 9 a.m., with Livingston Manor taking on Liberty in softball and baseball. At 11 a.m., it will be Tri-Valley vs. Margaretville on the baseball side and Monticello vs. Eldred in softball. The consolation games will be at 1 p.m. with the championship games at 3. There will also be plenty to eat, with a food truck, which will have pulled pork, french fries, chicken fingers and pizza, and the Class of 2024 will have concessions open for beverages, hot dogs, hamburgers and nachos. There will also be a kids' bike-a-thon day.
Congratulations to our Sullivan County PK-12 Art Show winners: Mia Larizzati-Artist Choice Award (Portrait of a Woman) and Student Choice for Black and White Drawing (Crow and Skull on Brown Paper) Kamaryn LaNoce-Artist Choice Award for Black and White Drawing (Infinite String) Michelle Adams-Thomas-Artist Choice for Color Drawing Mia Larizzati-Artist Choice and Student Choice for Color Drawing (Trio of Bubbles) Mia Larizzati-Artist Choice and Student Choice for Painting (Octopus) Kasey Careme-Artist Choice and Student Choice for Black and White Photography . The show is hosted by Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel. Artist choice awards are chosen by a panel of judges made up of artist throughout the county, and student choice awards are voted on by the students while in attendance at the Student Opening on Thursday, April 13. The public opening reception is from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, April 14, with the show will be open between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 15 and 16.
LMCS had the annual Color Wars last week leading up to Spring Break. The "Grand Finale" on Friday afternoon when students 7 through 12 (and some faculty and staff) participated in physical competitions as a class. During the week there were themed days in which students could dress up and earn points for their class. They also participated in the hallway decorating competition on Tuesday and Wednesday known as "Hallway Wars," which also was a point based competition all leading up to Friday.
Congratulations to DARE Officer Deputy Beebe and the fifth grade students at LMCS Elementary School for completing the 10-week Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program. DARE is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches fifth graders life lessons and valuable tools to resist peer pressure, live productive drug and violence-free lives, and teach students about ways to handle stress and friendships.
High school students ventured down to the kindergarten classes to bring amazing lessons involving a story, planting vegetables, using the blender bike to make salsa and culminating with the eating of what they made together in recognition of Ag Literacy week. It was fabulous afternoon for the elementary kids and fun for the high school students as well. The younger students learn a lot and truly enjoyed interacting with 'the big kids'!
The Class of 2025 hosted a Sneaker Night on Friday, March 24, for students in pre-kindergarten through sixth grades. Students were able to do crafts, play bingo, and participate in variety of activities to get them moving.
Hello Wildcats! Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 29th the Interact Club will be hosting a blood drive in the new gym from 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. There are many appointments available for walk-ins from 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. Please come out and help save a life, and reach or succeed our goal of 32 pints of blood.
Congratulations to Mackenzie Carlson and Jocelyn Mills on being named the OCIAA All-League girls basketball team. Read more here: https://www.scdemocratonline.com/stories/bcany-ociaa-announces-girls-basketball-all-league,88588?
Hello Wildcats! We would like to remind families about the Interact Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, March 25th at Rotary Park starting at 10 a.m. The Easter Egg Hunt is free and open to the public, plus the children will be able to see the Easter Bunny. We look forward to seeing you there.
Students in Ms Rojas' K-2 class kept warm this March as they studied the folktale Stone Soup. The students worked on story elements and retelling the story. The class concluded the study by making real stone soup. It was delicious!