At a special program the day before Veterans’ Day, Leighton Elementary welcomed several veterans to a patriotic program that involved the entire school. Several of the veterans received special honors from their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren who are students at FLS.
Dakota Ingersoll received the Laurie Godfrey Memorial Award for Creative Writing at the annual Frederick Leighton award’s assembly.
The school year has ended at the Frederick Leighton Elementary School, but as the days wound down the administration and faculty took time to recognize the contributions of many students.
Once again the students of the Frederick Leighton Elementary School held a talent show to benefit the school wide PBIS effort as well as the Human Concern Center.
The entire student body turned out Monday morning to salute the flag. Special guests at the program were John Canale and members of Oswego’s Battle of the Bulge organization.
Mary Kate Cloonan, won second place in the Oswego Reading Council’s 2011 22nd Annual Writing Contest. This year’s topic was: “A Special Person In My Life Is…”. Mary Kate wrote about her mother.
Emily Glenn, a kindergarten student at the Frederick Leighton Elementary School, recently earned a second place award from the Oswego Reading Council in their annual writing contest. Emily wrote about “a very special person in her life”…her father.
Several Frederick Leighton Elementary School students were rewarded for their artistic efforts and had a question and answer lunch with the author.
On June 4 at Breitbeck Pavilion the Leighton Home and School Association will hold a community yard sale from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Anyone interested in donating items for the effort can call Beth Clark at 216-4992 for drop-off/pick-up information or rent their own table under the pavilion for $8.
A Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) celebration was recently held at the Leighton School in Oswego. There were numerous education and recreational experiences.