Lore Elementary School

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  • Welcome to Lore Elementary School.

    Principal Kawalek's Welcome Letter. For a website language translation, use the pull down menu at the top of this page.

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  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

    The district is proud of our accomplishments with regards to the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. Open this headline for information and the 2017-18 self-assessment report.

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    If Mrs. Romanchuk's physical education students are modeling good character behavior and are caught in the act, they may be asked to fill out a form to go into the "way to go box". 'Click' to read more and what the prize might be!

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  • First Grade "Fall"ing into the Engineering Design Process

    Children each made their own scarecrow designs, then, collaborated to make one scarecrow as a class. Their scarecrow, "Leo the Lion" was par to the Ewing Township's scarecrow scavenger hunt.

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  • Lore School Students Spend the Summer Reading

    Even when they are not in school, Lore students READ....READ...READ! In the summer students were challenged to read 61,000 pages but more than doubled the goal by reading 140,309 pages! Congratulations!

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  • Lore's Mrs. Mortimer Wins Essay Contest!

    This summer Mrs. Mortimer submitted a grant entry and out of 124,177 teachers her entry was one of the winning essays selected!

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    This year, the students of Lore School will continue to honor the history of Leo the Lion and celebrate his powerful character traits through our ROAR initiative. The acronym ROAR stands for Respect, Ownership, Achievement, Responsibility,the four expectations we will celebrate and honor throughout the school year.

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  • Lore Neighborhood Parking

    When parking on the streets around Lore School, especially on Westwood Drive and Willowood Drive, please do not block the driveways of our neighbors. In New Jersey, there is an ordinance that specifies a car must be at least five feet away from a driveway entrance. Ewing Police will ticket cars in violation of this ordinance. Thank you for helping us to continue a respectful partnership with our neighbors.

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  • LPA Executive Board Election Results

    Thank you to the parents and guardians who came to Lore School to vote for the LPA Executive Board. We also want to thank each candidate who accepted the nomination for a position and who ran for the Board. Joe McNeil was elected LPA President, Emily Morgan and Jaime Trafford will be LPA Co-Vice Presidents, Stefanie Baughman will be the LPA Treasurer, and Sherries Anderson will be LPA Secretary.

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  • 2019-2020 Supply Lists & Teacher Letters

    Click the link above to view the requested supplies for each grade for the 2019-2020 school year!

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  • The Ewing Public Schools - Providing a Foundation for Life   

    "Caring about our Community"     

    Lore LPA Fall Book Fair November 11-19, 2019

    American Education Week Parent Visitations - Monday, November 18, 2019

    Parents are invited to visit your child's classroom for a 45 minute block of time to preserve an optimum learning environment and limit distractions for the students.  We cannot accommodate siblings to classroom visitations.   Please make other child care arrangements for your younger than school-age children.

    Kindergarten     10:30-11:30

    1st Grade            9:30-10:30

    2nd Grade         10:00-11:00

    3rd Grade          10:30-11:30

    4th Grade           12:05-1:05

    5th Grade             2:00-3:00

    AIM       3rd Grade:10:30-11:30               4th Grade:12:05-1:05               5th Grade:  9:30-10:30


    LPA Thanksgiving Pie and Cake Fundraiser - Orders due by Monday, November 18, 2019

    Pie and cake orders will be available for pick up at Lore School on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 between 3:00 - 7:00 PM.

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