Livingston
Elementary School
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Livingston News

There’s always something going on at Livingston, and we want to share all the great news with you. We will keep this page updated with important announcements, news stories, and student shout-outs. Please check back often, and help us celebrate our students’ many achievements.

Dress Up Days

Student council is sponsoring dress up days during the last week of school before break. The daily themes are as follows:

  • Monday, December 16 - Ski/Snowboard Day
  • Tuesday, December 17 - Ugly Sweater Day
  • Wednesday, December 18 - Flannel Day
  • Thursday, December 19 - Pajama Day
  • Friday, December 20 - Elf Day

We are looking forward to a fun and festive week!

Candy Cane Sales

Student council will be selling secret candy canes from December 16 through December 19 during last recess. Students can buy a candy cane and card for .50 cents, and we will secretly deliver it to a special friend. We will also have a friendship bucket in which kids can donate a candy cane.

Winter Break

Winter break is on Monday, December 23 through Friday, January 3. School resumes on Monday, January 6. Have a safe and relaxing break and a happy holiday season!

Accelerated Reader Program

Accelerated Reader (AR) is a reading program designed to promote successful reading. It helps students and teachers track reading comprehension by providing the tools to measure improvement. AR places the focus on the careful reading of books, which in turn promotes critical thinking.

Please take a moment to view our AR flyer for more information on the purpose of this program and how we use it at Livingston Elementary.

2nd and 3rd Grade Musical

Please join us for our 2nd and 3rd grade musical on Tuesday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wynona Thompson Auditorium. Come for a wonderful celebration of singing, dancing, and acting. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank You for Your Support

Thank you for supporting our fundraiser for veterans! Our school raised almost $1300! Thanks to all that sent money to purchase pumpkins for classroom doors. Mrs. Johnston’s fourth graders and Mrs. Jackson’s fifth graders tied with the most pumpkins. We appreciate your support!