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    Welcome to Livingston Avenue School's website. We invite you to use this site as a resource for everything that's happening in our school. From upcoming school events to lunch menus; teachers updates and school polices...this is your one-stop-shop for everything LAS! 

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    LAS April Blood Drive

    Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 3:00-8:00 PM in the LAS Gym

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    The Livingston Ave. School 4th grade is hosting this drive as a community service. Please donate and help them in their efforts to help patients!

    Please remember to bring ID and have plenty to eat and drink the day of the blood drive. To give blood, you must be in generally good health, weigh 110 pounds and be at least 17 years of age or 16 with parental consent.

    Click HERE for more information!

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    attention  Hot off the press! Click below to see THREE new 'Classroom Happenings' Posts!

    Visit the "Classroom Happenings" page under the "Academics" tab to see all three posts! OR Click HERE to access the three new posts:

    Fourth Grade studies New Jersey!

    Stop Animations from the Tech. Club!

    Pi Day with the Fifth Grade!

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    Are You Smarter Than A Cranford/Garwood 5th Grader? Academic Bowl

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    We are excited to announce our 5th grade students participants and parent contestant for Are You Smarter Than A Cranford/Garwood 5th Grader? Academic Bowl. Christopher Battiloro, Julia Mieszkowicz, Ethan Orr, and Michael Zalinkanskas are our student representatives and Mrs. Battiloro is our brave parent contestant. This fun-filled event is on March 29th at 6:00 PM in Orange Avenue School’s auditorium. Come and cheer on our all of our participants!

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    Annual Reading Celebration

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    All grade levels participated in our Annual Reading Celebration. Some students have prepared presentation boards and dioramas, while others did PowerPoint/Google Slide presentations about the books they read. 

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    HAS/OAS Parent/Guardian Orientation

    Monday, April 3, 2017 @ 7:00 PM in the Hillside Avenue School Auditorium

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    Click HERE to view the Orentation Invitation Letter.

    Click HERE to view the Middle School Program of Studies for the 2017-2018 School Year.

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    cougar dash

    Sunday, April 2, 2017

    Join runners and walkers of all ages for the first annual Cranford Cougar Dash 5K and one mile fun run! This inaugural race will take place on Sunday, April 2, 2017 at Nomahegan Park in Cranford, New Jersey. Amenities include a fast, flat USATF certified course, custom t-shirt for pre-registered participants, post-race refreshments, and awards to top male and female finishers in each group.

     
    All proceeds will benefit the Walnut Avenue School and Livingston Avenue School PTAs. The funds will be allocated to support teachers with educational resources to enhance the classroom experience.
     
    Be a part of this inaugural event and support the WAS/LAS PTAs:
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    Report Cards: 2nd Trimester

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    Please be advised that second trimester report cards will be handed out on Friday, March 24, 2017.

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    March Calendar

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    Please click HERE to access the LAS March Calendar.

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    READY Openings!

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    The READY Preschool Program has additional openings for 3 and 4 year old applicants. Click HERE for more information and to access the application.

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    To cap off Dr. Seuss Week at the end of the day, on Friday, March 17th, each class had a Mystery Reader. Teachers from lower grades read books to their former students.  Barbara Murphy, a retired LAS teacher, came back to read, and we were also lucky to have members from the Cranford Police Department read books to some of our classes. It was great way to finish this week!

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    LAS Staff Participates in Dr. Seuss Week 2017

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    On Wednesday, the entire LAS staff celebrated Dr. Seuss by dressing as Thing 1 and Thing 2.

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    Please welcome our interim school counselor, Ms. Spinola. She is replacing Mrs. Brito while she's on maternity leave. Click HERE to access the letter of introduction from Ms. Spinola.

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    2017 PARCC INFORMATION

    Click HERE to access the 2017 PARCC Testing letter from the district.

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