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Due to continued hazardous road conditions, the Cumberland County
Schools will operate on a two-hour delay on Friday, January 19, 2018.

Unless otherwise announced, the Central Services staff, principals and
12-month personnel will observe a normal work schedule.

Morning Prime Time will not be available. Afternoon Prime Time will
observe their normal schedule.

No breakfast will be served.

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on January 18, 2018

        


Because of the expected hazardous road conditions, the Cumberland County Schools will be closed tomorrowThursday, January 18, 2018, for all students and staff.

Primetime will be closed.
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Published by Douglas Oplinger on January 17, 2018

        


This image is a SnowflakeBased on information received from the National Weather Service, it is expected that we will begin to receive snow and possibly ice during the overnight hours tonight and throughout the day tomorrow.

Because of the expected hazardous conditions, the Cumberland County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17, 2018 for all students and staff.

Primetime will be closed.

 

Traditional calendar students will make up the January 17, 2018 inclement weather day on Monday, January 22, 2018. January 22, 2018 was originally a traditional calendar teacher workday. January 22, 2018 will now be a regular school day.

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on January 16, 2018

        



Books Lined Up Beside Each OtherPlease Support the Lake Rim Elementary School Fall Book Fair!!!

December 11- 15, 2017

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on December 7, 2017

        


Lil's Shopper's Shoppe

Lil’ Shopper’s Shoppe Discovering the Joy of Giving

 

 

This week the students at LRES are learning the joy of giving.  The Lil’ Shopper’s Shoppe is a program designed for children to shop on their own at school, in a safe, non-commercial environment.  They can learn to budget their money and spend wisely, while also experience the “Joy Of Giving.”

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on December 6, 2017

        


 

Lake Rim students watch movie during AR celebrationOver 200 students attended our November 6th Advanced Reader and Bookit celebration.  Encourage your students to start reading NOW to ensure they will qualify to attend our NEXT big reading celebration.  Begin reading today to open the Big Universe of opportunities for your student tomorrow!

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on November 7, 2017

        


Students and parents in media center during AR Night

Tuesday’s AR Night was a

HUGE SUCCESS!

We had 127 students attend and read with their friends, families, and teachers.

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on October 25, 2017

        


Teacher & TA award recipients displaying awards with administration support                                   Awards for the Teacher of the Year and Teacher Assistant of the Year

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on October 23, 2017

        


K-2 Dance attendees receiving refreshments

 

 

Our annual K-2 dance this past Friday, October 6th was a wonderful success. The students still had an amazing amount of energy to burn off even after a full day of classroom activities. Over two-hundred students attended.

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on October 9, 2017

        


Now is “a good time to remind all of us of the need to remember that Respect, Dignity, Compassion, and Humility are four essential ingredients in the creation and maintenance of a safe and productive school environment.” We are encouraged “to cultivate caring, kindness, and compassion within our schools and community through our youth by teaching them to make a difference by completing random acts of kindness. Students and staff at every school are challenged to complete at least 5,000 acts of kindness throughout October.   #GobekindCCS

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Published by Douglas Oplinger on October 7, 2017

        


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