2014-2015 Supply Lists
Chick-Fil-A (Cobb Pky) is offering a deal
for Lewis, each Wednesday morning, from 6-8.
If you tell them that you are with Lewis, they will
donate 15% of your order to Lewis’ Relay for Life team!
This is good either in
store or the drive-through.
Lewis Celebrates Red Ribbon Week
October 20-24th, 2014
Red Ribbon Week
is a national event that promotes drug awareness and prevention
each year. At Lewis, it is a special time for our students,
staff, parents, and community to commit themselves to leading a
healthy and drug free life, and to present a unified and visible
representation of that commitment. The following themes and
activities have been planned for each day of the week. We hope
you will join us in celebrating and modeling healthy choices!
– Make a Pledge Monday – Wear RED today and pledge to
live the healthy way!
– Give Drugs the Boot – Wear your favorite pair of boots
to school to help us stomp out drugs!
life you save could be yours! -
Come to school dressed as
your favorite super hero!
– Let’s sock it to drugs! – Wear your silliest socks to
– Join the TEAM against drugs! – Wear your favorite team
shirt or jersey!
day, the class with the highest participation in each grade
level will have their picture featured on the morning news! We
hope to see YOU in some of those photos!
Board Approves Calendars For 2014-15, 2015-16 School Years
The Board of Education approved calendars for the 2014-2015
and 2015-2016 school years during its Sept. 26, 2013 meeting.
Conference weeks and any early release days will be determined
at a later date.
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students)
This is an innovative program of the National Center for Fathering focusing on
prevention of violence in our nation’s schools
by using the positive influence of fathers and
father-figures for a two-fold purpose: 1) to provide an unobtrusive presence in
the school and 2) to be a positive and active
role model for students at their school.”
More information is available at hers.com/watchdogs or questions may
be addressed via email email@example.com
Fire Lane Citations:
The only time a vehicle would be allowed in a Fire Lane would be to actively drop-off and/or pick-up a student were there is no
waiting. Other times, such as After School Program or after school activities would not be included. Per the
Fire Marshall's Office, no one is allowed to park in a Fire Lane, whether there is a driver in the
vehicle or not, at any time other than the following:
- 30 minutes prior to the end of the school day and 30 minutes after the end of the school day (this does not include the After School
Program nor any other activity at the school)
- passengers actively loading or unloading during the day (this would cover students unloading in the morning at the beginning of the school day)
Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the Department of Public Safety (678) 594-8620.
School Strategic Plan
Mission and Vision Statement
School Strategic Plan 2013-2014
Common Core Parent Letter
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