Early Release Day THIS Friday Sept 17th Our first early release day for the year will be this Friday, September 17th. Early release days will be a half day of school in the morning, and students will be sent home at lunch times. Exact times may vary by school and will be announced, but release will be roughly around 11:30 AM. Students will be given lunch at school or lunch will be sent home. We chose one Friday each month, as that seemed to be the best for parent work schedules and family schedules. Early release dates ➤ Sept 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, Dec 17, Jan 21, Feb 11, March 11, April 8, May 20.
LEAPers headed to the Village Farm!
Panther’s kick off Pittsford Days with a Fun Run 💙 Lots of great things planned for the day and exceptional weather!
~From Debbie Alexander-Lothrop Principal: The Pittsford Fire Department has begun set-up for tomorrow’s Pittsford Day and Pleasant Street has been closed from Arch Street to Cross Street. Please access Pleasant Street, through Mechanic and then Cross. If you are traveling North on Arch Street, Mechanic is the Street beyond Pleasant Street.
~From Debbie Alexander, Lothrop Principal. Whole School hike around the new Lothrop Community walking Path. Wear/pack walking shoes!
Grade 6 traveled to Starbase at the VTNG armory today. Look at our engineers!
Lights out! All looks shiny and new-all we need are our Lothrop Learners <3 See you in the morning!
Curious about returning to school? Listen to Board Chair Laurie Bertrand and Superintendent Jeanne Collins talk about what back to school will look like this fall on RNESU Spotlight! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ-XCxfhy8I
Welcome new to the building and new to a position, Lothrop Staff members!
2021-2022 Bus Routes have been posted! https://rutlandnortheastsuvt.sites.thrillshare.com/page/bussing-and-routes
We are repurposing some of our classroom furniture to replace adult sized furniture in our library with kid-friendly furniture. We now have an abundance of adult sized furniture that we would love to go to one of the organizations in Pittsford or a surrounding community. Please let me know if your organization is interested! We will need to move it at the end of the week. We have 2 large tables and 2 small tables. About 20 padded chairs and 12 unpadded. They should go in sets. email@example.com.
Free to a good home! Due to the generosity of the PTO purchasing Lothrop a portable keyboard, we are able to remove the piano from our small gym to provide more space for PE and our athletes and families. Contact Lothrop Principalfirstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
RNESU parent/student handbook is updated and ready! For everything you need to know, check out the District Handbook. Find contact information, policies, school hours and more at https://tinyurl.com/ssntwkrm.
On your mark...Get Set...RUN! It will not be long and nearly 200 Panthers will be walking and running on the new path! Can't wait! 💙
Look at our Panther workers go! Thank you all for joining in to lay paper, rake, and send us material! Even our youngest up and coming Panther joined us for the morning 💙💙💙
Aside from a few finishing touches, the Lothrop Community Walking Path is complete! A huge thanks to the Charbonneau, Mullin, Gee, Stark and Laplant Families along with Tammi Blanchard and Laurie Kamuda for coming out today and raking rocks all morning! Long Hill Sugarmakers, Chmielewski and MullinFamilies, Brad Keith, Townline Equipment Pittsford and Above The Best LLC, thank you for your time, use of your equipment and materials. The path is a wonderful addition to our campus and we cannot for our Panthers to begin to use it. We also welcome and encourage the Pittsford community to use it as well outside of school hours. 💙💙💙 #Pittsford VT Community
Looking for family and community members to help rake stone on Sunday, August 15! We have equipment to move the stone to the path. Come when you can, even if you only have a small amount of time. We are gathering between 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM. Bring a rake if you are able! We want to ensure that the Lothrop Community Walking Path is complete for our whole school walk on the first day is school and Pittsford Days!
Thank you to all who helped with the first phase of the Walking Path! The Mullin Family for prepping the path and Reggie @ Long Hill Sugarmakers￼, Brad Keith, Dennis Barbush, Brett J. Mullin and Mike Alexander for digging the path and hauling away the material. They made it all the way around, stone is next to come! If you have some time to help spread stone with a rake, let us know! #Pittsford VT Community #Lothrop School💙💙💙
Lothrop Walking Path construction begins tomorrow. Thank you Tom Grace for trucking the stone and the Chmielewski family for providing it. Digging begins tomorrow-1/4 mile community walking path! 💙 #The Pittsford VT Community
This is a reminder that Lothrop School is an open site and we offer free breakfast and lunch for anyone under the age of 18. Pickup is from 8:00-8:30am. Please contact Sara or Debbie, in the office, for more information.