What is more appropriate for five and six year olds than bugs? Nothing! So, on June 4, 2013 the Kindergarten students of Lewis and Clark Elementary presented John Jacobson’s program entitled “Bugz.” Led by Music teacher Mrs. French with assistance from Mrs. Theres and the kindergarten teachers, students presented songs, poems and even a rap all about bugs. Judging by the applause from their parents, friends, teachers, and even Mr. Pellegreen, everyone enjoyed the ode to the creepy creatures!
June 14th—5th Grade Dance-3:30pm
June 17th-Awards Day!
5th Grade Awards—1:30pm
Early Dismissal—12:30pm Last Day of School!!!!!!
Have a Wonderful Summer!!!!!
Sheriff Lippa and school resource officer Chris Hall recognized students from Lewis and Clark Elementary School for completing the D.A.R.E. course and writing essays. Each 5th grade student wrote an essay about drug and alcohol prevention and awareness. These students’ essays were selected as winners for their class. Sheriff Lippa stopped by the school to present the students with a Sheriff’s Challenge Coin. The coin represents a challenge to the students to be the best that you can be. From left to right, Micah High, Mrs. Bauer, Kaitlynn Crutchfield, Sheriff Lippa, Ryan Burdock, Amanda Buckland, Deputy Hall, and Koby Metz.
The HERSHEY’S Track & Field Games are the largest youth sports program of its kind in North America, with hundreds of thousands of children competing every year. Everyone has a chance to be among the 480 athletes who qualify to compete at the North American Final. The HERSHEY’S Track & Field Games has produced many Olympic medalists and competing athletes. Caroline County Parks and Recreation Department held the event last Monday at CHS. Lewis and Clark Elementary was well represented and the results are listed below. A special thanks goes out to the recreation department and the Lewis and Clark Running Club chairperson, Mrs. Loescher, for all their hard work.
Hershey Track & Field Finishers: Lewis & Clark
Aidan Harrison- 50 meter 1st place; 100 meter 1st place
Alex Reese -50 meter 3rd place; 400 meter 3rd place; Long Jump 3rd place
Kohen Chinault- 100 meter 1st place; 400 meter 1st place; Long Jump 1st place;
Bryan Kovach- 100 meter 2nd place; 800 meter 2nd place;
Ajani Goode- 100 meter 3rd place; 200 meter 3rd place;
Gabe Shire- 200 meter 1st place; 400 meter 2nd place;
Joshua Jones- 200 meter 2nd place; Softball 2nd place;
Taylor Simpson- 400 meter 3rd place; Long jump 2nd place;
Nicholas Williams- 800 meter 3rd place;
Samuel Dalton- Softball 1st place;
Nicholas McClelland- Softball 3rd place;
Shayne Clary- Softball 3rd place;
Mahayla Chinault- 100 meter 3rd place; Long Jump 2nd place;
Mei Gollon- 50 meter 2nd place
Kania Carroll- 100 meter 3rd place; 200 meter 3rd place; Softball 2nd place
Kayla Loescher- 200 meter 1st place; 400 meter 1st place; Long Jump 3rd place
Lydia Tillapaugh- 400 meter 2nd place;
Josephine Fuentes- 800 meter 2nd place;
Laila Amshoff- Long Jump 1st place;
Destiny Fitzgerald- Long Jump 2nd place;
Gabe Shire, Scout Shire, Kohen Chinault, Nicholas McClelland 1st place (9&10 boys)
Kayla Loescher, Mei Gollon, Caroline Hale, Lydia Tillapaugh 1st place (9&10 girls)
Bryan Kovach, Nick Williams, Taylor Simpson, Shayne Clary 2nd place (11&12 boys)