Volume 13, Issue 14
November 19, 2020
Grandparents Day Celebration
Grandparents Day is such a special event each year. Since we are not able to have our Grandparents on campus, we are bringing Grandparents Day to you virtually! Thanks to Tracy Herron for transforming the music program this year and capturing our students performing some of our favorite Grandparents Day songs.

The Scholastic Book Fair, another Grandparents Day tradition, is open for everyone to shop virtually. Click the link below to shop now!

We are excited to bring to you our first virtual Grandparents Day celebration.

Please share the video and link below with family members so all can enjoy the Lakehill students celebrating the beloved Grandparents Day.
Triangle Rules Poster Contest
Students in Lakehill's Lower School recently unveiled their artistic entries for the 14th annual Triangle Rules poster contest. 

Each fall, students participate in a contest to illustrate the three rules that form the Lower School Code of Behavior. Known as the Triangle Rules, they are based on respect, safety, and providing a welcoming environment to all. 

Winners were announced on November 16 during a special, virtual assembly. Head of Lower School John Trout presented the awards. 

This year's winners were:
Emma Jones, third grade - first place 
Sid Shanks, second grade - second place
Zoe Lavie, second grade - third place
Camille Rehm, first grade - fourth place (tie)
Lyra Novice, third grade - fourth place (tie)
Charlotte Gerstle, fourth grade - fourth place (tie) 
Allie Lerma, third grade - fifth place (tie)
Ella Konrad, third grade - fifth place (tie)
Link Esneault, third grade - fifth place (tie)
Gavin Salazar, fourth grade - fifth place (tie) 

Emma's winning poster, selected from a record-breaking 43 entries, will be displayed throughout the Lower School. 

Seventeen students were also recognized at the assembly with honorable mentions. Recipients were kindergartner Harry Wachsmann; first graders Anya Kumar, Brooklyn Booth, Carl Martinez, Hannah Dickstein, Mia Nemunaitis, Nick Shultz, and Rose Mitchell; second graders Drew Smedley and Margaret Harvey; third graders Aidan Andreason, Nathaniel Knickel, Serena Elsalameen, and Sutton Kulwicki; and fourth graders Becca Yttredahl, Jackson Booth, and Sebastian Ruiz. Photos of the winners and their posters can be found on SmugMug.
Dear Parents and Families, 
The Scholastic Book Fair is open! Join your kids in exploring titles and plots and discovering inspiring characters. Empower them by letting them choose the books to purchase—and bring on the joy of reading!

The Online Fair will include features like: Lakehill’s own online store, games for kids, virtual store walk-throughs and more. 

Remember, every dollar you spend will benefit our school directly (25% back in rewards!). 

Some amazing features of our online store:

     Over 6,000 items, including new releases, best sellers, and value packs
     All orders ship direct to home
     FREE shipping on book-only orders over $25
Save these dates and view our school’s Fair site: 
Fair Dates: November 18 - December 1
Online Store: Click the link below.

We can’t wait to “see” you at the Fair!
COVID-19 Update from
Ms. Patti Frullo, Assistant Head of School
Art to Remember
Lakehill is participating in a creative fundraiser with Art to Remember that allows you to purchase keepsake products customized with your child’s art. 

There are over 50 products and many are less than $15. These make great gifts and a percentage of every purchase goes right back to our school.

Click on the link below and enter your child's name to see their artwork. Then, have fun shopping!

Remote Learners: You will be able to upload any of the artwork your child has done to participate!

Anyone can upload artwork from this year or previous years if you want to create your own keepsakes from other artwork than what I have selected. 

Artwork will be shipped directly to your home. Ms. Troxler will return original artwork in January. 
Learn. Lead. SERVE.
Thanks to those who served our East Dallas community and took part in the White Rock Lake clean up this past weekend.
"Everything but the Turkey"
Big thank you to the Lakehill Middle School students who collected 479 pounds of food this week for families in need!
Have a safe and restful Thanksgiving break beginning tomorrow,
November 20.

See everyone back on campus on Monday, November 30.
Unable to attend the November PFC Meeting?
Click below to enjoy the recording!
Volleyball finishes the year as
Bi-District and
Area Champions!
The Warrior Volleyball team fell to Midland last Saturday afternoon 0-3 in the Regional Finals ending their run in the TAPPS State Playoffs.

They finish the year as the Bi-District and Area Champions. Congrats to Coach Cayme-Mosley and the Warrior Volleyball team on a fantastic season!
TAPPS State Playoffs!

The Warrior Football team kicks off the first round of the playoffs this evening, November 19 vs Rockwall Heritage at the RLP Campus.

Kick off is at 7 pm and live streaming will be available!

Go Warriors!
#TogetherWeCan Support Student Safety

Your donation helps Lakehill create an environment that inspires our students while keeping their safety a top priority. This year’s Warrior Fund supports critical resources including campus security, technology for distance learning, HEPA air filters, personal protective equipment including masks and gloves, electrostatic sprayers, plexiglass dividers, and other essential costs of safe campus operation.   

Thank you to everyone who has already donated to the Warrior Fund.

Support the Warrior Fund by making a one-time gift, a recurring donation, a gift of stock, or a pledge to give later in the year. Also, ask your company about their matching gift program and strengthen the impact of your personal gift.  
Looking Ahead
November 20
No School
Enjoy our Grandparents Day celebration video beginning Friday, November 20.

November 20 - 27
Thanksgiving Break

December 8
K - 12 Admission Preview
K- 12 Admission Preview begins at 8:30 am as a virtual event.

December 12
Shoreline Spruce-Up
Meet at the W. Lawther and Chapel Hill parking lot at 9:00 am.
COVID-19: Lakehill Preparatory School
Visit the Lakehill Website to read Lakehill's Plan for Reopening.

Please review our “what if” scenarios regarding notification and returning to school after an illness that may be helpful in clarifying situations we may encounter: COVID-19 What Ifs.
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