Welcome to our first week of virtual learning. I have enjoyed meeting with you all this week and seeing your smiling faces. Please check your Google Classroom for daily lessons, activities, and updates. I am always available to answer questions you may have!

Mrs. Ball
  • First Grade Supply List

    (please see school wide list also)

    Items needed for every student in our classrooms:
    Backpack (no rolling backpacks)
    2 pocket paper folders with prongs (1 yellow and 1 red)
    24 count crayons
    10-12 glue sticks
    1 pair of scissors
    2-1 subject notebooks
    2 black and white marble notebooks
    4 packages of pencil cap erasers
    3 Ticonderoga pencils (12 pack)
    1 pencil box
    2 yellow highlighters
    1 box of ziplock sandwich bags
    1 box of gallon sized ziplock bags

    Overall classroom wish list (optional):
    Clorox Wipes
    Copy paper
    Hand sanitizer

    *Please do not purchase individual pencil sharpeners or mechanical lead pencils.*

  • There will be no virtual classes for students on the following days:  

    • Thursday, August 6th
    • Friday, August 7th.

    These were scheduled professional development days.

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  • Families, 

    Teachers will be contacting you when they return to school regarding your child's homeroom placement! Every student will need the following for this school year:

    • Earbuds (labeled with student name in a ziploc)

    • Plastic pencil box /pouch (labeled with student name)

    • Reusable Water Bottle (labeled with student name)

    • Face mask (labeled with student name)

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  • Parent Notes and Excuses

    If you need to send a parent excuse or doctor excuse to the office, please email Mrs. Constable by clicking the link above "Parent Notes and Excuses" . This will help keep foot traffic lower in the office. Thank you so much!

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    I am a Cherokee working to be the best that I can be!




    The administration, faculty, and staff of Lamar School strive to meet the

    educational needs of all students enabling them to be responsible and productive citizens.



    Learning is a process which is cultivated through the collaborative

    efforts of the school, home, and community.