Next Week is Red Ribbon Week. Help us celebrate “Trailblazers Staying on Track by Being Drug Free” with the following celebrations!
Please visit this link to find the calendar updates that were made due to the missed school days during Hurricane Matthew.
By order of Governor Haley, all Lexington Schools will be closed Wednesday, October 5th through Friday, October 7th due to Hurricane Matthew. All after-school programs, athletic practices or events, adult education classes, other school or district-related meetings, events, or extra-curricular activities scheduled for after school or evening are also canceled.
If your child is a car rider during the morning or afternoon, please read carefully because our procedures have changed. Because we have grown another 100 + students we will need for parents to fill both lanes until you reach the new merge sign and painted merge lane. This is because we must keep cars from backing up on the road.
As you approach the merge lane, you will see a sign asking you to alternate every other car into the right lane for drop-off in the morning and pick-up in the afternoon. This is a great opportunity to model how adults Synergize and work together to keep our lines moving.
Parents must remain in their cars during pick-up in the afternoon. We do not allow parents to park and walk across to pick up students. This is a safety measure. Parents are not allowed to dismiss from the office after 2:00 p.m.
Students should never be dropped off in the parking lot in the mornings. If you are not going inside the building, please remain in your car and stay in the car rider line.
Our lines move very quickly in the mornings and afternoon. However; drop off and pick-up will take longer this first week of school.
You can help keep our lines moving quickly , by teaching your child his/her car tag number and reminding them to watch for their car. If you do not have a car tag to hang on your mirror and you plan on picking your child up at the end of the day, you will be asked to park and go inside the building with your driver’s license. You may come to school tomorrow morning to get a car tag if you have not picked one up.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation with our procedures! Safety of children is our first priority!
Mrs. Jan Malone, Principal
If you have a child entering 4K at Deerfield this year, here are some important dates for you.
August 15, 16, & 17 – Final Screenings
August 18-19 – Parent Notifications
August 22-26 – Parent Home Visits
August 29 & August 30 – Staggered Schedule for 4K students. Half of each class will attend on one of these days
August 31 – All 4-K students start school
Make sure you have the following dates added to your calendars!
August 4th – Class Assignment Day
10:00-1:00 or 3:00-6:00
August 12th – Meet the Teacher
August 12th – Kindergarten Orientation
August 15th – First Day of School
Our School Supply list for the 2016-2017 school year is now available. For a printable version, please visit our Back to School Page.
Tonight is DES night at the Blowfish Game! Participating students received Blowfish ticket vouchers in their report cards on the last day of school! Bring your ticket voucher to the game! If your child reached level 1, they receive 1 free game ticket, level 2, 2 free game tickets, level 3, 2 tickets +participation in the reading parade at the beginning of the game, level 4, 2 tickets +reading parade + a hotdog and a coke at the game!
Game time is 7:05. If you are participating in the parade, be there by 6:30. Mrs. Allred is looking forward to seeing all our awesome Trailblazer Readers at the ballpark tonight! Mr. Dymond will be throwing out the first pitch! You don’t want to miss it!
Here is an overview of the 2015-2016 School Year.
Report to the People 15-16