Yearbook Coordinator Needed!
This wonderful memory book contains photos of all Lilja students and staff. If you are someone who likes to take pictures, or if you are looking for a volunteer opportunity outside the school day, we could use your help with the yearbook!
Our yearbook is published by Coffee Pond so you would work directly with them to get candids from school wide events included in the yearbook. You will work with Lilja teachers to be sure all students included in the yearbook have signed photo release permission. Without a coordinator the yearbook will only contain the class and individual photos Coffee Pond took on picture day.
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The Lilja School Store is OPEN
Order your Lion some Lilja swag this holiday season. You will be supporting a local Natick family with your business and a percentage of the proceeds comes back to the school. Thank you!
Free shipping to Lilja!
Please place your Square One Art orders by phone or email. Orders are DUE December 4, 2018. THANK YOU for your support!
Donate your Winter Coats
Between now and January 4th Lilja will be a drop off location for Coats for Kids.
Please drop off winter coats for adults or children in the Coats for Kids box at Lilja. Please drop off COATS ONLY. This is not a collection for other clothing.
PTO Meeting December 5, 2018
Please join us for our monthly PTO meeting. We will review another mini grant. If you are interested in learning more please read about it here.
Mini Grant Feature! Grade Three and 3/4!
We are so grateful to have these materials for our Pilgrim and Wampanoag Unit. Attached is a picture of some of the work we have done with the materials. In this photo students are creating replica pottery from 17th century Massachusetts, engineering boats that are powered by wind to make a better Speedwell (the boat that leaked and sent the Pilgrims back to England before heading to the New World), and learning to make their own yarn and weave it as the 17th century White Settlers would have done. These experiences really help bring the learning to life. Thank you!
Lilja Third Grade and 3/4 Teachers
Family Engagement Night — Join Us 12/11/18
Your opinion matters to us!
We want to make you aware that our anti-bullying forum for community members, originally scheduled in November, has been moved to Family Engagement Night on December 11th at 7:00 pm at the Natick High School. This event will include:
7:00 - 8:00 pm: Rotation through two focus groups to give feedback to us on website design and content and communication in general to parents (email, texts, phone, mailings) and your preferences for both
7:00 - 8:00 pm: Meetings with parents from SEPAC who will help us with a book study group train-the-trainer model on the text Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the Home: A practical guide for integrating the development of social-emotional skills into your parenting, (Ribas et al. 2018). Please contact SEPAC to express interest in becoming a book group facilitator.
8:00 - 9:00 pm: All parents Anti-Bullying Forum and Information Session with all principals and all school leaders. Share questions and concerns about bullying in our community in this leadership listening session focused on solving problems and supporting school safety.
Babysitting can be provided with your RSVP to the event — please RSVP below.
It is our hope to have an evening of hearing from our families and sharing of our core values and needs as a community. Your attendance is valued and we hope to see you there.
Family Movie Night is Coming in January
Save the date: January 18
Join us at Lilja School for this FREE community evening event.
We will watch Happy Feet!
More information will be coming soon!
Student Field Trip Fee AY19 - DUE OCTOBER 15, 2018
ANNUAL FIELD TRIP FEE - NOW DUE
This annual $20 per student fee for K-4 students covers field trip related activities for the upcoming academic year. Should you need financial assistance, we encourage you to contact the Lilja guidance office.
FIELD TRIP FEES ARE DUE: NOW - CLICK HERE TO PAY THE FIELD TRIP FEE
Collect your Box Tops!
Through our collection contest on October we raised $457.30. Thank you! The classroom with the most Box Tops is 1/2M. The student with the most Box Tops is Brayden Gentile in class 1/2M.
Great work! We will continue to collect box tops as an ongoing collection throughout the year.