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20 May

ELAC

Time: 3 PM – 3:30 PM
Location: Virtual Meeting on Zoom

News & Announcements

Summer Day Camp offered by LGSD Extended Learning Program

The Lemon Grove School District is piloting a tuition based Summer Camp program! Students will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of enrichment activities throughout the day and be provided breakfast and lunch.

Summer School Interest List Forming!

Please check out the attached flyer announcing details about our engaging summer learning experience! Click here to access the link to the form: https://tinyurl.com/lgsdsummer2021

Tiger Tales Vol. 30

This week's Tiger Tales includes information about: 🥳 Teacher Appreciation Week (happening next week!) 🥳 Sixth Grade Promotion 🥳 Our Final Parent and Family Circle

Tiger Tales Vol. 29

In this week's Tiger Tales Newsletter, we're sharing about: 🍋 Intentions for Next Year 🍋 LGAM Tour and Parent Info Night for 6th Grade Families 🍋 Parent Survey 🍋 Food Resources

Join us for LGSD's National Poetry Month event Celebrating Our Voices!

There will be live performances by local artists with a focus on celebrating our communities, our cultures, our diversity, and our voices! The performances will be followed by a Q&A session with the artists. We hope to see you there! Wednesday, April 28, 6:00 - 7:00 pm  Zoom: bit.ly/npm-voices

Returning to School

As some of our students prepare to return to campus, please watch this video 📹 with your child so they can feel comfortable and ready for their first day of school!

Principal's Message

Welcome Back Letter 20-21


Dear Lemon Grove Academy Elementary Families, 

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year, Tigers! My name is Courtney Ochi and I am honored and humbled to be the new Principal of Lemon Grove Academy Elementary. I’d like to take this opportunity to share a little bit about myself. I am originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, but San Diego is now the place I call home. While I originally moved here to study Spanish and Communication Studies at the University of San Diego, it was a semester as a teacher’s assistant in a bilingual 2nd grade classroom that solidified my love for education and working with students. Since then, I have taught grades TK-5 before transitioning into various roles in school leadership and administration. My personal belief about education is that all students deserve a high quality education that leads to an opportunity filled future. I believe in getting to know each student to learn what makes them uniquely brilliant and to understand what individualized support they may need. I believe in the importance of having positive and transformative school experiences and strong, trusting and collaborative relationships between students and teachers, teachers and families and school and community. 
 
As we begin a new school year together...