"We will improve learning for all."
Be Ready to Learn
Our Goal is: Students will maintain a "C" average (75%or higher) on the District Assessment in Math and Reading and teacher-made tests in Social Living/Science
GOLDEN MEADOW LOWER ELEMENTARY
118 ALCIDE STREET
Take in bell 7:50 am
Classes begin at 8:15
Dismissal bell 3:15
National School Bus Safety WeekGolden Meadow Lower Elementary School
K-Story Time Soley/Benoit 2:10-2:40, Sam 2:40-3:10Golden Meadow Lower Elementary School
PBIS 1st 9wks RewardGolden Meadow Lower Elementary School
PBIS- Super HeroGolden Meadow Lower Elementary School
2nd Grade Story Time Hebert/Robichaux 10:15-10:45 / LeBoeuf 10:45-11:15Golden Meadow Lower Elementary School
School Supply List
As a reminder, the students must wear white or red collared shirts, khaki bottoms (no cargo bottoms), belts (black, blue, or brown), and visible socks (solid white, khaki, or red). Undershirts must be white (no colored undershirts). Shoes MUST be closed at the front and the back and NO light up shoes.
We are accepting second hand school uniforms to be used at any time. You may drop them off in the front office during school hours.
Box Tops and Community CoffeeLabels
Community Cash For Schools is a program that helps participating schools by collecting UPCs from Communityproducts. Historically,
TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND SUPPORT PERSON OF THE YEAR
Family Engagement on Demand
Learning Starts in the Home
Lafourche Parish has partnered up with Family Engagement on Demand by Successful Innovations to offer parents a free resource to support their children in the classroom. Lafourche Parish parents now have access to a library of how-to videos with exercises and activities to help accelerate your child's learning--all from the comfort of your own home.
To sign up, go to https://si4allonline.com/lafourche or text LafourcheES16 to 96000
Once registered, click menu in the top right hand corner of your screen and then click ELEMENTARY SCHOOL and locate one of the videos you would like to view for your family.
Title 1 Components
Notice- Parent Resource Center available at school
Monthly Home & School Connection
To Report Child Abuse and Neglect
To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) child protection hotline at
1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.