Shuffle story took place today during day two of Reading Week at LaPerche! During shuffle story, surprise teacher readers dance from room to room and read to each class. ...
LaPerche is turning 50! Please join us on Thursday, April 11 from 5:30-7:30 to celebrate with us! All are welcome! Details for the evening: Feel free to park at...
LaPerche Students squared off against the teachers during our RICAS pep rally! The pep rally started with an intense dance off followed by a trivia battle. Students...
Smithfield High School students visited LaPerche as mystery readers during Reading Week! Thank you to this awesome group of young women. The LaPerche students have excellent role models to look up to! Take a close look at the group shot. Can you see who is photo bombing?? view image
The 2019 Variety Show will be held on Friday, May 10 @ 5:30 pm at LaPerche School and your child is invited to perform! The Variety Show is an opportunity for students to showcase their talents. Students from all grades are welcome to participate. Past acts have included dancing, singing, musical instruments, acting, story/poem reading, comedy, acrobatic, magic and more. We are always looking for new talent so any creative idea is welcome. Acts may be up to 2 minutes in length. We welcome group acts and solo acts and there will even be a group dance routine for all who wish to participate. Students are welcome to perform in one solo and one group act as well as the big routine at the end. For additional information please visit this link and sign your child up for the show! https://my.cheddarup.com/c/varietyshow2019 The deadline to sign up to perform is Sunday, March 31. For all questions about the Variety Show, please reach out to Nicole Campbell at email@example.com or 401 523 5706 view image
During writing time in Miss Martino's third grade, students became the teachers! Given some sample work, students worked in teams to comment on and score different written responses. The students provided impressive critical feedback. Together, they came up with a list of criteria for level 4, 3, and 2 work. Now that students had a better understanding of the criteria, students were given the opportunity to improve an old written response about Ben Franklin! The results were outstanding! view image