New York Elementary

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:
8:00am - 3:00pm
 
Wednesday:
8:00am - 1:30pm
 
Main entrance opens at 7:45am for students not eating breakfast.
 
Breakfast
Breakfast is from 7:30-7:50am. Please enter the main entrance. Only children eating breakfast at school should come at this time.
 
936 New York Street
Lawrence, KS 66044
 
Phone: (785) 832-5780
Fax: (785) 832-5784
 
Principal: Nancy DeGarmo

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                                         music       Music Program
     

    Music teacher Lauren Coonfield  will be taking a four- six week leave. We have a certified music teacher, Charlotte Collins, who will be subbing in her absence. Our 2nd and 3rd grade music program that was scheduled for the beginning of March will be rescheduled. Parents and students will be notified on when the rescheduled date is.  However, all students who have Ms. Coonfield for music will have an Incomplete on their progress reports for this trimester. Thanks for all your patience and support!



    Applications Available for Finance Advisory Council Membership

    Lawrence Public Schools encourage community members with expertise and experience in accounting, auditing and/or financial reporting and an interest in serving on the Lawrence Board of Education’s Finance Advisory Council (FAC) to complete an application by April 1, 2015.  FAC Committee Guidelines and a Membership Application are available on the district’s website (www.usd497.org).  The FAC monitors financial issues and trends facing the district, provides advice to the superintendent and school board and helps communicate district financial matters to the community.

     
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  • Greetings from New York Elementary

     

    New York Elementary is the smallest elementary school in Lawrence, which allows us to have a family feeling in our building.  Each morning, parents and their children enter our front doors and are greeted by staff that knows them and can call them by name.  Parents can walk their child to their classroom or down to the cafeteria and sit with them while they eat breakfast.   I enjoy this part of the day so much, I often say all we need is a coffee pot and some chairs and we all would linger and visit longer.  

     

    Creating that family feeling continues through out the day.   It isn’t uncommon for siblings to see each other in the hall, at lunch or on the playground.   Students enjoy getting to know kids from different grades levels.   Our 5th graders are often called upon to help a younger student with sight words or assist them with finding a coat or lost backpack.

     

    As a 2012 Governor’s Award winning school, we take pride in our academic accomplishments.   Children learn to persevere when things get difficult because they know a classmate or teacher is ready to provide support to them.   We help each child believe that they are able to learn and as a community support each other in that learning.  

     

    An old song called New York New York has the line “If you can make it there, you’ll make it anywhere, it’s up to you, New York, New York."  We strive to give the students the will and skills to make it anywhere they want to go.   It is up to all of us to make sure that happens.

     

    I hope you can come visit New York Elementary and meet our family. 

     

    Nancy DeGarmo

    Principal
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  • Our Mission
     
    The Mission of New York Elementary is to provide a caring, friendly, safe place where students develop the skills and knowledge that will provide the foundation for the rest of their lives.
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  • Purpose Statement
     
    The New York Elementary School Community will work collaboratively, show respect for each other and focus on developing programs that support academic, behavioral and social needs of the students.
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