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Charlotte Amalie
Tuesday, July 23, 2024


Laura Chesterfield, principal of Lockhart Elementary School, announced Friday that due to the ongoing construction on the Lockhart Elementary School campus, the following reporting schedule is being implemented for teachers, paraprofessionals and students.
Teachers and paraprofessionals are asked to report to Palms Court Harbor View for an all day workshop on Thursday, Sept. 21 Lunch will be provided,
On the following day, Friday, Sept. 22 teachers and paraprofessionals are to. report to the school Cafeteria at 8 a.m.
All kindergarten students are to reports to the cafeteria from . 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for testing. Parents are to accompany and remain with their child until the test is completed. Parents. are to bring with them their child's admission form, immunization and social security cards and to have available the child's physical address, home phone number and an emergency phone number. Kindergarten students are to report as follows:
– Students with names beginning with A through I, Monday, Sept. 18
– Students with names beginning with J through R, Tuesday, Sept. 19
– Students with names beginning with S through Z, Wednesday, Sept. 20
First and Second grade students are to report to the Cafeteria on Thursday, Sept. 21 at7:5O a.m.
Fourth, fifth and Sixth grades, ESL intermediate and MIS-a Intermediate students are to report for orientation and their first full day classes on Monday, Sept. 25
Second and third grades, ESL Primary and MIS-primary students are to report for orientation and their first full day of classes on Tuesday, Sept. 26
Kindergarten and Therapeutic Kindergarten students must report for orientation and their first full day of school on Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Parents are asked to remain for the first two hours of the day.
Students instructed to report for their first full day of school, must bring their immunization and social security cards With them and are to report to School in full uniform.

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