Area schools competed in a day of learning in fun at this year’s
MESA day competition. Several students from Leataata Floyd
placed in their age levels in various activities. This
event was the culminating experience for the weekly afterschool
Kids created clouds to represent their dreams at the first
lunchtime Kindness Station. Each week, we will have a
Kindness Station where students will complete an activity or
create a craft to keep us spreading kindness. Keep checking
back on the website to see more!
Leataata Floyd 6th graders Nyquis Morgan, Jakiyah Cunningham, and
Destiney Boyce were selected to attend a formal dinner in honor
of the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The girls, who have
shown tremendous leadership in their class, were treated to an
evening; new outfits, facials, a limo ride and dinner.
During the opening ceremony of the event, the girls participated
by carrying posters and welcoming guests at their tables.
Special thanks to Ms. Ashley and House Church, and Ms. Rachael
from City Year for providing our girls with this amazing
The Leataata Floyd MESA team has done us proud! Ten of our
students attended the 2015 Elementary MESA Math Competition at
Isador Cohen Elementary School. Of 110 students from around the
district in attendance at the competition, we had 4 students earn
medals! Please congratulate the team and the MESA teachers
for their hard work!
Have you met our City Year corp members? You can’t miss
them in their bright yellow vests and jackets. You’ll see
them at the crosswalks, at the gate welcoming our kids with
songs, in the classrooms, in the cafeteria, on the playground and
in the After-School Acadamy.
City Year Corp Members spend 11 months in service of our students
and we can’t be more lucky for their help. To learn more about
City Year, go to http://www.cityyear.org
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