Our spring book fair will be held May 8-May 11. There are several fun things going on during the days leading up and during the week of the book fair. Please see information and schedules below. **RIVERSIDE STUDENTS WILL ONLY GO ONCE, unless they go again with their parent. Parents are welcome to shop with their child during open hours.** Book Fair Schedule (For Lighthouse students) Monday, May 8--12:00 noon to 4:00 PM - PREVIEW DAY Tuesday, May 9--8:30 AM to 4:00 PM -KG, 1st
Friday marked the Procession of the Species-part of Who Will Stand Up For The Earth? Week where our K-4 students can show off what they've learned about the different animals that live on different continents around the planet. Dressing up as their favorites, they paraded around campus to the delight of their classmates and teachers.
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Our students have written and illustrated a set of picture books packed with information that they have learned this year. Mr. Suarez's 7th and 8th grade music students created "A Collection Of Our Beloved Composers: Baroque to the Modern Era", featuring the lives of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and more! Mrs. Ancona's K-4 Garden students worked hard to create the Lighthouse Garden, and you can follow along with this amazing project with a beautifully illustrated book by the stude
On Tuesday, we power down! Turn off those lights when you leave a room, ceiling fans too, if no one is in the room; computers and printers, when not in use. Remember also that it takes fuel of some kind to generate the electricity made in those "power" plants. Speaking of fuel, most of us who live where drawbridges impact our travel, know that for every bridge opening, we spend anywhere from 5-15 minutes with our car engines burning gasoline as we wait for the bridge to reope
As part of our "Who Will Stand Up To Save The Earth?" Week, Monday is "Meatless Monday". It's a great choice for both our planet and our bodies! Going meatless once a week may reduce your risk of chronic preventable conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity. And going meatless once a week can also help reduce our carbon footprint and save precious resources like fossil fuels and fresh water. For more information, check out this website.