Lansing Elementary School holds first Paw Party of the school year
Lansing Elementary held its first "Paw Party" of the school year in October to recognize students who have had outstanding behavior in school. Teachers and staff have been on the look out for students caught being "pawesome" in the hallways, specials, cafeteria, etc. Students meeting or going beyond school expectations and showing lion pride are awarded paws they can collect. Those students that earned enough paws during the first weeks of school were able to attend the "Paw Party," where they danced, made crafts, and ate popcorn. The event was made possible by the generous donations of popcorn and crafts by parents and staff.
Mrs. Andrea Coia and Mrs. Shalee Eilderts started the program last year at Lansing Elementary, and it has been a wonderful way to promote positive behavior in our school. Mrs. Coia is incredibly proud of how the kids have reacted to the program. "All the students are doing a 'pawesome' job of showing the PRIDE traits, and we are excited for the next quarter Paw Party!"
Students will start earning new paws this week for a chance to attend the following upcoming paw parties:
- December 13th
- March 3rd
- May 20