If you registered for math night, join us in the Cavett multipurpose room at 6:00 pm on Thursday, February 28th for some engaging math activities. Be ready to think and show off your amazing math skills.
Events and News
Friday will be “Wear a Color for Cancer Awareness Day” sponsored by the Cavett Student Advisory Board. Click here for a list of cancer awareness colors.
Due to the snow days last week, the menu for the rest of the week will be as follows:
French Toast Sticks or Hamburger Pizza
Muchos Nachos or Turkey Burger on Whole Grain Bun
Breaded Baked Drumstick or Cheese Quesadilla
No school on Friday, Feb. 22 due to snowy, cold weather and snow-packed sidewalks and streets. Visit the LPS site for details.
No School on Thursday, February 21. Please go to the LPS homepage for more information.
Cavett Science Fair is March 18! Have you turned in your registration? Registrations are due on March 1st. We are looking forward to seeing you at the science fair.
Wondering what’s for school lunch next week? Click here for the REVISED February lunch menu and delicious details.
Friday, January 25th is the very first student advisory board sponsored spirit day of 2013! Get your pajamas and slippers ready to go because it’s PAJAMA & SLIPPER DAY! Be sure to bring extra shoes to wear if you have PE and when you go to recess.
Also, Popcorn will be sold after school for .25 per bag while supplies last.
Report cards will also be going home on Friday.
After you get your report card, you can celebrate by going to Cavett’s night with the Lincoln Stars at the Ice Box. The Stars will be playing Sioux City. The puck drops at 7:05. Tickets are a special price of $8.25 for Cavett families. Contact Steve Zoucha at email@example.com or call 402-474-STAR ext. 11 for tickets.
The Orff/Chorus concert that was postponed due to the snow day in December, has been rescheduled for Thursday, January 10th at 7:00.
From Michelle Welch, LPS District Wellness Facilitator:
Each of us cares for kiddos in our own way. As parents, teachers, aunts, uncles, grandparents, friends or neighbors, our wish for our family and community is to be a positive, secure place where we can support bright futures together. Life sometimes brings tragedy and rough patches no matter our age, address or ability to deal with sudden change.
At the same time, the kids around us are looking to us as to how to deal with circumstances in this strange time where the excitement of holiday break preparation is strangely intermixed with tragedy. For those who haven’t seen this, LPS has put together a “Talking with Kids” education piece that is helpful. Please click here to access the resource.