• LFP Voted For This Year's WCCPBA, Sasquatch, and Young Reader's Choice Winners

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 5/8/2022

    Our students and staff voted for this year's winner of the Washington Children's Choice Picture Book Award, and there was a tie! The LFP winners are 'The Barnabus Project" and "The Panda Problem."  Next, our votes will be submitted to the WCCPBA committee and added to the over 100,000 votes statewide.  Thank you, LFP PTA, for funding the purchase of this year’s 20 WCCPBA nominees and thank you to our teachers for sharing them with our students. Each year’s WCCPBA nominees will continue to be available in our library for student and staff check out.  

    Students voted for the graphic novel, "New Kid," to be this year's winner of the Sasquatch Award for fiction.  They voted for "A Wolf Called Wander" to win this year's Young Reader's Choice book for fiction. I will send off their votes to the committee determining the official winner. 






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  • LFP Salmon Release

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 5/7/2022
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  • Write and share a Word Art poem

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 4/21/2022 11:00:00 AM

    word art

    First, find a shape that interests you. 

    Then, type 10+ words that relate to the shape and format your poem. 

    Next, download as a STANDARD JPEG and upload to share. 

    Finally, visit the third link to view your classmate's poems. 


    1) https://wordart.com

    2) Upload(share) your poem

    3) View the poems

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  • Poetry Padlet

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 4/19/2022 2:00:00 PM


    Using Padlet, third graders shared their own inventive poems along with a picture. View their poems here. 

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  • Fourth grade "Balanced Life Collages"

    Posted by Frank Kleyn on 3/25/2022


    After completing the Commonsense Media lesson on finding a balance between media, non-media, and physical activities, fourth grade students created digital collages to represent their own balanced life. 

    Click here to view the collages

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