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  • Freely Given Cafe - February 24th 

    Please join us on Saturday, February 24th at the Freely Given Cafe sponsored by the Eastland Parkway Church of the Nazarene at 1605 Jennifer Rd, Lexington, KY 40505.

    A free hot meal will be served beginning at 11am -1pm.

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    Wellness Wednesday

    Wellness Wednesday is not just an opportunity for casual dress but an opportunity for us to continue to grow a Healthy School Environment.  Please don't just tell your kids that they can dress in workout clothes, put it in your newsletter, I'll add something on Dojo. Remember no Spandex, spaghetti strings, and complete coverage (no mid drift showing), also make sure all shorts are an appropriate length. 

     

    Healthy Active kids learn better! 

     

     

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  • Car Riders

     

    Car Rider Drop Off

    All students that are car riders need to be dropped off in the back of the building in the car drop off line. Coming from Eastland Parkway, turn on Martha Ct. to enter the back lot. Any Student that is brought to the front of the building before 7:45 will no longer be allowed to enter. Thank you!

     

     

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  • Transportation

    For safety reasons we will not take any transportation changes over the telephone. You must communicate all transportation changes in writing by 1pm. It must be in letter form or fax with the guardians signature; email is not acceptable.

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Headlines

  • Billboards, PSA remind motorists to stop for school buses

    “It is paramount that our children arrive at school and back home safely each day,” said Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt. “While stopping for a school bus might be a minor inconvenience for drivers, the penalty for passing a stopped school bus can be severe. Drivers can receive a fine, but for a child, it could be a matter of life or death.

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