Dreaming BIG at LNCS Keewaydin
At Keewaydin everyone learns every day. The Keewaydin Campus (grades 3-8) 400 students and a staff of
talented teachers who are dedicated to helping each child reach their potential.
The students and families of LNCS are fortunate to have a fantastic PTA and Site
Council that supports and guides the school.
We are dreaming BIG with our partnerships and programs:
Art • Art
Adventure • Urban Debate • School Patrol • History Day • Computer Technology Lab • ESL
Program: Spanish • Gifted/Talented Program • AVID •Community Education • Music
(Instrumental) • Math Counts • Physical Education •Spanish Language Support • Special
Education • Spelling Bee • Student
Council •Student Recognition Days • Extended
Day Activities (Crosstown Eagles Club, ALC, ESL Support, Math
and Reading Support, Spanish) • STARbase
Our goal for Nov. 13th
donations will mean the world to us!
We have a plan for how we will use these
funds if we can make our goal:
$500: “The art program at Keewaydin is growing along with our new building. We
now have a kiln! However, after buying enough clay for only one project per
student, we have no money left for glaze, paint, pencils, oil crayons, chalk
pastels or construction paper. We could create so much more with more funds.
Artistic expression is crucial to the development of every student and your
generous donation could help make art happen!” ~Katrina Croft, Art teacher at
$4000: "We desperately need funds to pay for Eagle Bluff. It
is an environmental camp for sixth graders and costs about $100 per
student. We have half of our students who receive Free/Reduced Meals who
cannot afford it." ~Martha Spriggs, Principal at Keewaydin
$500: Keewaydin is gaga for GaGa Ball! The benefits of “free play” for young people are
overwhelming. Unfortunately the
opportunities for participation in “free play” have been limited for a number
of different reasons. I believe it is
important for adults to structure safe “free play” opportunities for children.
Mathias O”Brien, Physical Educator “Gym Guy” is working to bring GaGa Ball to
our school. The students are excited
about the possibility. He has already pulled together some of the resources but
needs this to get started.