Lansing School District 158
LANSING | Rachel Sitarz, a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, recently presented a program on Internet safety for Memorial Junior High School students and their parents, the school announced.
DuJuan Pope and Ryan Avenatti, with Andaiye, of All About Kidz, and NED, were chosen as showing they have "brain power."
Kindergartner Nasia Lopez and preschooler Carter Draves enjoy themselves during the recent celebration at Lester Crawl School in Lansing.
LANSING | Kindergartners at Lester Crawl Primary Center celebrated Polar Express Day on Dec. 22.
LANSING | Reavis school offers its students a computer-based learning tool for math and reading called Study Island.
LANSING | The Lansing Education Association of District 158 sponsored a toy drive to benefit the Lansing Food Pantry.
Pictured with the toys collected for the Lansing Food Pantry are, from left, Bob Winter, treasurer, Lansing Education Association; Janice Sausman, union president; Elaine McGrail, treasurer of the Lansing Food Pantry; Ali Robilatta, union vice president, and Jana Riel, union secretary.
LANSING | Recently Coolidge School held it's DANGER program graduation. DANGER stands for Drugs Alcohol Nicotine Gangs Education Resistance. This program is coordinated with the Lansing Police Department.
Coolidge fifth-graders Tre'Vion Dean, Makayla Cox, Haley Cosgrove, and Gracie Lucas are pictured holding some of the donations for veterans.
LANSING | The fifth-grade at Calvin Coolidge School been collecting food for the Veterans Outreach Program of Illinois.
Mia Lindsey, of Lester Crawl Primary Center in Lansing, is removing seeds from a pumpkin in preparation for counting.
LANSING | Kindergarten students at Lester Crawl Primary Center used pumpkins to practice various math concepts recently.
Angel Ruiz and Angela Mendez are placing pumpkin seeds in groups of 10. The students then practiced counting by 10s in order to get the total number of seeds. The pumpkin was then placed in the Science Center where the students could use magnifying glasses to carefully examine it.
LANSING | The students at Lester Crawl School have been learning about farms. The preschoolers recently visited The Children's Farm at the Center in Palos Park and were able to see many of the animals they learned about in class.
Lester Crawl kindergartners Litzy Cervantes, left, and Marshaun Eddins enjoy the hayride out to the pumpkin patch at Windmill Acres.
Lester Crawl preschooler Xavier Zamudio had the opportunity to hold a duckling during the visit to The Children's Farm in October.
Lester Crawl kindergartners sing along with Pluggie, "Stop, Drop and Roll," during their visit.
Preschoolers Hannah Dugan and Jacob Wieck show off the fire hats they made prior to visiting the Lansing Fire Station No. 2.
LANSING | Students at Lester Crawl School learned about fire safety recently during Fire Prevention Week.
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