Laureate Park’s Longhorns are making the best of distance learning. As they work with their teachers and class on a variety of online platforms, including Canvas, Google Classroom, Class Dojo, and Bloomz, students are continuing to learn at home. But that isn’t stopping the Longhorn spirit from shining through. Since distance learning began, LPE has had a variety of long-distance activities. Teachers showed their appreciation for their students and kicked off distance learning by parading through the school’s neighborhoods. More than 50 cars wove through Laureate Park, Fells Landing, VillageWalk, and Watermark honking and waving while families lined the streets, continuing to social distance, waving back. LPE’s National Elementary Honor Society members participated in a virtual mission to share our gratitude to our Nation’s First Responders! LPE’s NEHS is so thankful for all those who are helping our city and nation during these difficult times. Teachers came together virtually to send messages to their students after their first week of distance learning. LPE students celebrated Autism Awareness Day virtually by wearing blue or writing positive messages about kindness and inclusiveness. Today and every day, we encourage our Longhorns to be kind to others!
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