Livingston Families: Our March Newsletter is ready to view, here is the link: https://5il.co/puxj or you can refer to our FB page and/or our Livingston website at http://parkcounty6wy.apptegy.us/o/livingston Thank you!
Livingston Families: The Livingston Library has challenged the other schools to a Snowball Fight! Students will start turning in snowballs to the libraries on Monday. The library staff will count and display the snowballs turned in and communicate with their counterparts in the other schools, keeping a running total so we know how it is going. The school with the most "snowballs" by March 11 will win bragging rights as the "reading-est" school! See flyer for details.
Livingston Families: REMINDER NO SCHOOL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH See you all in school on Tuesday, February 16th. Have a wonderful long weekend, stay warm!
Livingston Families: Valentine’s Day Gifts and Deliveries Valentine’s Day is a special time to celebrate and show kindness to others. We’re asking parents for help this year in celebrating this at home. Please refrain from sending gifts. Thank you for your continued support.
Livingston Families: Kindness week is February 16th - February 19th. Student Council will be hosting dress-up days and few different activities. Details to come. We are doing different dress-up days to support that week. I know some classes are on snowshoe trips, some are at rehearsals, etc., if that dress-up day does not work for you, it is fine to not dress-up that day. Feb 16 - Crazy for Kindness (crazy hair day) Feb 17 - Ride the Kindness Wave (beach/ Hawaiian clothing) Feb 18 - Peace, Love and Kindness (1970s) Feb 19 - Dream of Kindness (pjs) Thank you and have fun!
Livingston Parents - a quick note to let you know that we ran into some conflicts with the program being scheduled for February 11, it has been rescheduled for the following week on Thursday, February 18. It will be videoed, so there will NOT be a live performance. I will send out more information on sending their costume to school for their video performance as we get closer to the 18th. Thank you for your help and support! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Mrs. Scott Phone – 587-4271 Hm – 527-6734 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston Families: Our February Newsletter is ready to view, here is the link: https://5il.co/p30i or you can refer to our FB page and/or our Livingston website at http://parkcounty6wy.apptegy.us/o/livingston Thank you and have a great weekend.
Livingston Families: SOUP-ER BOWL TIME! We are unable to do our SOUP-er BOWL food drive this year. Instead we have turned it into a fundraiser and we will give the CODY CUPBOARD a monetary donation. The class that fills the most soup cans with change will win a CAN pizza party! This will run from 1-25 to 2-5 thank you for your support. If you have any questions please feel free to email Emmie Schramm at email@example.com
Hello Livingston School Kindergarten and 1st grade parents! This is an important call to let you know that we are rehearsing for the Kindergarten/1st Grade Music Program that will be Thursday, February 11th. Your child’s teacher sent the parent note home with your child today! Please check their backpack to be sure they have and you get it. If you did not, please double check with your child’s teacher to make sure they sent it home. If you have any questions after reading the parent note, please contact me! My contact information is on the bottom of this note. Thank you! Mrs. Scott
Livingston Families: check it out! The Center of the West misses all of our local families at the museum, so here’s the next best thing! Families compete against each other in a trivia night family feud. The questions are focused on the museum collection and the Yellowstone area. Sunset Elementary School Principal, Jay McCarten, is the guest co-host. So register online ahead of time and get ready to show us what you know about the Center of the West. And win prizes! Register (just $5 per family) at tickets.centerofthewest.org. You'll receive info on how to join us through Zoom and play the game through Quizizz! Thank you!
Livingston Families: Here is our 2021/2022 School Calendar. You may go to: https://www.park6.org/ / Explore / About Us / District Calendar / District Calendar 2021-2022
Livingston Families: Student Council will be starting a fundraiser at the end of the month and we are in need of empty, rinsed out soup cans. Please save any cans you have and leave them in the front office. Thank you. - Student Council Kids
Livingston Families: Did you miss having your child's class photos last year? I know the kids did. They missed out on so much that we didn't want to erase their school year altogether. So many parents inquired about how to get a class photo, so the wonderful teachers at Livingston School came through and showed up so your child could have something to remember who they shared a class with. Click this link http://thompsonportraitstudio.hhimagehost.com/LivingstonSchoolClassComposites1920 and enter livylizards for the passwords. There, you can view and order your class photos. Please call, facebook message, or email the Thompson Portrait Studios for questions. All of the contact information is included in the link.
Livingston Families: GSMW is offering an awesome upcoming virtual program that involves space exploration. Check it out!
Livingston Families: Extra day this coming weekend! This is a reminder that we have NO SCHOOL, Monday, January 18th, 2021. See you back on Tuesday, January 19th.
The January Newsletter is ready to view, here is the link https://5il.co/oaoy. Happy Reading!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year To Everyone! We wish you a very safe and Happy Holiday season. Winter Break starts December 23rd. See you back in school on January 4th!
Livingston Holiday Spirit Week December 16th-22nd! A fun way to get in the holiday spirit, each day list below.
Livingston Families: Emmie Schramm is thrilled, the bikes are here! Starting after Christmas, students in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade will begin working with our brand new Strider bikes. My goal is to teach every single kid how to ride a bike without training wheels. We will be going over bike safety, how to balance and stride on the bikes, and ultimately we will attach the pedals and every kid will be riding! Thanks to the Park County Pedalers, the Sander family, Ryan and Kristi, Calvin Sievers, Carson Hogan - Thrivent Financial, Chris and Brooke Robertson, Derek and Milli Moore, and Dana and Steven Cranfill, we are now able to make the vision that all kids in Cody will learn how to ride a bike a reality! Thank you for supporting your teachers and students.
Great information from our local PBS. December Education Zoom Webinar: PBS Kids and PBS Parents Sites Join WyomingPBS Education Coordinator, Carol Garber, for a Zoom Webinar for parents and early childhood educators. Participants will be introduced to the PBS Kids and PBS Parents sites. December 16th, 4:30 p.m. For more information, Contact Carol Garber at firstname.lastname@example.org Register Here: https://cwc-edu.zoom.us/j/99643610880