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  • Mid-Columbia Library Summer Reading Program
     
    Sign-up online or at the library starting May 19!
     
    www.midcolumbialibraries.org
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  • New! text message reminders…

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    just text @goleopards to 509-492-3399

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  • Your child can enjoy e-books on the Tumble Books program at home.  Just go to psd1.org> families>Destiny Library Catalog>Livingston>Tumble Books.

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    A text message will be sent to parents and community members with emergency alerts.
    Those without computer access or who need more information can contact the District Information Systems Office at 543-6757. 

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Welcome to Livingston

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New! text message reminders


……………sign up now ……………….

just text @goleopards to 509-492-3399

 

or click here for details

 
 

Susan Sparks


Dear Families,

Thank you for another great school year!  Together we’ve learned much and created memories that will last a lifetime.  We thank our students for their hard work and thank our parents for their continued support.  A special thanks to a group of committed parents who volunteered each week to read with students, staple packets, organize events and make Livingston the special school that it is.  We are very fortunate to have an amazing PTO and groups of parents who take special care of our students and staff.  You are truly wonderful and we wholeheartedly THANK YOU!  

To those of you who are leaving us for new places, we wish you all the best.  Some students have opted to attend Franklin, while others will attend McGee due to the boundary changes.  Each of you will be missed at Livingston, but we know that you will do well.  Congratulations to our fifth graders who have completed this journey and will be going on to middle school.

As you begin to make plans for the summer months ahead, please plan time for your child to read.  Statistics show that children who do not read over the summer will lose more than two months of reading achievement!  Visit the public library; join the local reading clubs such as the ones offered by Barnes and Noble and local libraries.  Practicing basic math facts is another way to keep your child learning.

Again, thank you for another fabulous school year and mark your calendars; the first day of school will be Tuesday, August 26, 2014.  Until then, enjoy a restful and rejuvenating summer with your families.

 

Most Sincerely,

 

Susan Sparks




THANK YOU 2013-2014 PEAK PARTNERS:
LOURDES HEALTH NETWORK & WEST PASCO FAMILY DENTAL
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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