• Kindergarten Connect Event
    February 25th at 6:00-7: 30 pm
    Parents of incoming 2019 kindergartners are welcome to this event.

     

    During this event, families will be able to see classrooms, hear from staff about curriculum, day to day routines, and tour the building. This is a very exciting time for families.

     

    To prepare for the event please use this link to verify that your address is within the attendance boundary of Llewellyn. To complete registration the office will need a variety of things, registration form, birth certificate or passport, two proofs of address (utility bills, bank statements, insurance documents, etc.), vision & dental screening, Immunization Records. We are happy to help with any questions that you might have slovett1@pps.net. Please share this with any friends and neighbors that might have an incoming kindergartener in 2019!

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  • A Few Thoughts from Mr. Galati

    Since last week, we heard that the “S” word was in the forecast. What “snow” might fall? News anchors were making their predictions, weather apps were updating quickly, and most of all there was a “buzz of talking” about the possibility of snow showers. Our Llewellyn students starting making their predictions at lunch recess, some students showed me the “snow dance”, and others talked about what they would be doing if it snowed (sledding, making igloos, or making snow people). Throughout the day on Monday, I could hear excitement in the halls, in the cafeteria, and during recesses.

    It wasn’t until the end of the day at 2:15 that I heard the true excitement in our students’ voices. This laughter, this joy, this elation only occurs with the sight of snowflakes. Before this moment, there was anticipation and hope. When the snow began to fall, I heard our students shout with joy and talk about how they were going to play in the snow. I have to admit, even after many years I too was excited.

    Snow brings out the youth in all of us and we begin to think about those times when we were young and it snowed. I’m glad we did not have a snow- mageddon like a few years ago, but a snow shower that everyone could enjoy. I hate driving in it, but I do love being in it, and if we are lucky to have snow in Portland then we can yell a little louder and play a little harder because it did snow. I hope you had a safe and fun snow day this week. As always if we get more snow the district will be in touch about cancellations. And remember: just because it’s dry here does not mean those west hills are not icy. We might end up on a district-wide two-hour delay for everyone’s safety.

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