Help raise money for new exercise equipment on our playground.
Friday, May 4th 6:30-7:30 join us on our track for our walk-a-thon. We will have a variety of fun items for students, healthy snacks and water. This is a family event and we hope to see everyone there! There are two ways to give:
1. “Oldest and Only” Students will be given an envelope to collect donations from April 18th thru May 4th. All collection envelopes will be brought to school or to the Walk-a-thon on May 4th.
2. You, as well as friends and family can also donate at the following link:
Huntington families and staff celebrated many of the various cultures of our school and world on Friday, March 23rd. We had a great time with music, dress, food and more.
Our students raised $1,178.09 during the Penny War campaign. All proceeds will go to our Playground Renovation fund. A special “thank you” to our Student Ambassadors for organizing.
Valentine’s Day is this month and in the spirit of offering gratitude – Lincoln Public Schools is taking a mid-winter break to send a thank you card to our community, sharing our appreciation for support of our public school district.
We are sharing the love in several ways:
- Every community member will receive the LPS Annual Report in the mail over the next few weeks – including the complete LPS Strategic Plan.
- Superintendent Steve Joel has issued his 15-minute video State of the Schools Report.
- We are sharing an assortment of thank-you videos and photos – thanking the community for supporting LPS.
You can find the Annual Report, the State of the Schools video, and our thank you messages – at this link: https://lps.org/thankyou/
We thank you for investing in our students, our children, our future.
Thank you, Lincoln, for your support of Lincoln Public Schools.
And check out a couple videos at: https://www.lps.org/post/detail.cfm?id=12604
During our 2nd quarter awards assembly, Mr. Devney was recognized by students and teachers for receiving his doctorate from UNL recently. Students presented him with a number of books that were signed by them to recognize his big accomplishment. Mr. Devney’s wife and daughters joined us in the surprise.
On December 19th Bruce Arant, author and illustrator, visited all students during our December day 0 activities. Bruce is the author of “Simpson’s Sheep Won’t Go to Sleep” and “Simpson’s Sheep Just Want to Sleep”. We’re lucky that Bruce lives in Omaha so he is a great local resource for us. He taught students how to draw all kinds of facial expressions that they can use in their own artwork. And, for the younger students, he walked them through the process of publishing a book. This inspiration will hopefully inspire our students to draw and write themselves. Thank’s Bruce.
LINCOLN PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL 644 COAT GIVEAWAY
Wow! Earlier this month every single Huntington student eagerly received a new coat, hat, and gloves. The local firefighters and many volunteers organized, set-up and gave each of our approx. 500 students their choice of new, warm garments. And with our cold temps lately, we’re seeing a rainbow of students at recess and before and after school. We all are very appreciative and want to shout out our THANKS to all involved. THANK YOU!
Thursday, Sept. 28th we were very fortunate to have Laura Vaccaro Seeger visit all Kindergarten – 2nd grade students here at Huntington. This was possible because of the Plum Creek Festival sponsoring her. We are very thankful. She is both an author and an illustrator. Some of her books include, First the Egg, Bully, the Dog and Bear series and many other
This year, on PLC days, Huntington’s specialists team (Music, PE, Art, Computer Science & Library Media teachers) are planning fun collaborative events for all students during their regular specials time. Last month we had a number of makerspaces for the students to explore. A makerspace is a place where students can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials. They had great fun building, playing giant checkers, deconstructing radios, calculators and radios, and much more.
Learning to be responsible. Making a difference in the community. Acting politely and respectfully. Dressing for success.
Those are some of the lessons learned by members of the Young Men’s Club and Young Women’s Club at Huntington Elementary School. The two student clubs were the subject of the latest LPS Learning Lunch, “Developing Young Men and Women,” held Tuesday at the LPS district office. Read more at: https://www.lps.org/post/detail.cfm?id=12748