Skill of the Week

The Social Skill we will be highlighting this week is: Disagreeing appropriately.

The steps for disagreeing appropriately are:

  1. Look at the person.
  2. Use a pleasant voice.
  3. Tell why you feel differently.
  4. Give a reason.
  5. Listen to the other person.


Other Skills we have worked on so far this year:

  1. Following Directions
  2. Accepting Criticism or a Consequence
  3. Accepting “No” for an answer
  4. Greeting Others
  5. Getting the Teacher’s Attention


Hunting For A Cure!

Haylee Jo Jundt is 13 years old and a 7th grader at Rugby High School.  She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing volleyball, playing hockey, spending time at the lake, and hunting.  She is the daughter of LeAnn and Nick Jundt and the older sister to Journey and Bayslee.  Haylee Jo was recently diagnosed with Mixed Cellularity Hodgkins Lymphoma.  She will start chemo treatment on Thursday, November 1.  Haylee and her family have a difficult road ahead of them and could use our support.  Let’s show our support by HUNTING FOR A CURE on Thursday, November 8.  Dress in camouflage and/or orange.  No props!  Any monetary contribution is welcomed; monetary contributions will be collected by classroom teachers and given to the Jundt family to help cover upcoming expenses.

Skill of the Week

The Social Skill we are highlighting this week is: Getting the teacher’s attention.

The steps for getting the teachers attention are:

  1. Look at the teacher.
  2. Raise your hand and stay calm.
  3. Wait until the teacher says your name.
  4. Ask your question.

Donuts & Dates

Join the students and parents of LFS for coffee, juice and donuts in the small dining room following both Masses on Sunday, October 28.  This will be a great opportunity for fellowship and to secure your dates on the PRAY 3.6.5. calendar for 2019.

Red Ribbon Week

Little Flower Elementary will be observing Red Ribbon Week the week of October 29-November 2.  All students and staff are invited to participate in a week of school spirit to celebrate our choice to be drug free!!!

Monday (October 29) – “Proud to be Drug Free” – wear red to help kick off Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday (October 30) – “Use Your Head – Don’t Do Drugs” – wear a hat to school

Wednesday (October 31) – “Don’t Be Caught Sleeping, Say No To Drugs” – wear your pajamas to school

Thursday (November 1) – “Team Up Against Drugs” – wear your favorite sports team items or jersey

Friday (November 2) – “Our School Chooses to be Drug Free” – wear school colors or Panther gear

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