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LES orientation planned for August 3

Students orientation will happen two ways this year at Lynchburg Elementary School due to the COVID-19 health situation. {File Photo}

LYNCHBURG — Officials at Lynchburg Elementary plan both Kindergarten Orientation and Grades 1-6 Orientation on Monday, August 3. One will happen in person and the other online. Class lists will be posted at the front of the school on Friday, July 31. If you’ve registered a child and they do not appear on any class list, call the LES office at 931-759-7388.

Kindergarten orientation in person

Kindergarten Orientation will take place in person in two sessions: 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. in the LES Kindergarten classrooms. Parents may choose either session and teachers will contact you to arrange times. If student will be learning in person, parents should bring their classroom supplies to the orientation session. Supply lists are available by clicking here. New kindergarten students are welcome.

“Our kindergarten teachers are excited to meet their new students and their families,” the school said.

LES grade 1-6 welcome videos

Welcome videos for LES grades 1-6 will be posted online at the Moore County Schools website. In order to follow recommended social distancing guidelines, first through sixth grades will not host an in person orientation. Instead, students can meet their teachers by visiting the Moore County Schools website and then navigating to Lynchburg Elementary and then Faculty and Staff. From there, you will choose your child’s grade and then their homeroom teacher.

Orientation videos will be posted by Monday, August 3 at 2 p.m. The first full day of school is August 5. For more information, check out the LES Orientation flyer on the school’s website. •

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