2013-12-19 / Living

School Briefs

Rolland-Warner, Zemmer volleyball to benefit Wounded Warrior Project

LAPEER — Rolland-Warner and Zemmer Middle School will compete in a volleyball match to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that supports American soldiers that have been injured in the line of duty. The two schools’ Service Learning classes will be hosting this event at 4:15 p.m. today. All participating students will wear camouflage shirts during the game.

The schools will donate all of the proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project. If anyone would like to help donate, the money should either go to Rolland-Warner or Zemmer Middle School. The school district is asking everyone attending the event to wear camouflage to support our troops.

The public is urged to attend the event to support both the volleyball teams and the troops.

Kindergarten Countdown coming soon to LCS

LAPEER — A positive first school experience is an important step to building a life-long love of learning and a great relationship with school, according to Lapeer Community Schools (LCS).

To that end, LCS will soon host its annual Kindergarten Countdown event at Rolland- Warner Middle School. In the workshop, participants will learn about the essential academic and social skills needed to support a child’s beginning school experience.

Sara Taylor, an LCS district learning coach, and Ann Robb, an LCS kindergarten teacher, will share parent guides and tips to help children with kindergarten transitions.

To interested are invited to attend this workshop Jan. 28 at the Rolland-Warner Middle School Library. The workshop will begin at 5 p.m. and should last about one hour.

McTeachers’ Night raises $400 for students’ D.C. Trip

LAPEER — Thanks to generous support and turnout from the community, the McTeachers’ night held Dec. 12 supporting the Rolland-Warner-Zemmer 8th grade Washington D.C. trip was a “tremendous success,” according to the LCS school district. Teachers from the district greeted customers, worked the registers, served drinks, and in some cases, assisted with preparation of food.

Together, they were able to raise over $400 to help send students to Washington, D.C. for the 2014 eighth grade class trip.

A special thank you went out to all the LCS staff, students, administration, McDonald’s employees, and members of the Brightsparks Travel Corporation who helped make the fundraiser a success.

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