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SUPER KIDS DAY
There is a high shcance of rain and thunderstorms for Monday.  Therefore we have rescheduled Super Kids' Day for TOMORROW, FRIDAY, MAY 17th.  Thank you for understanding this difficult decision.  Please contact your child's teacher or email Mrs. Jones at jonesa@mustangps.org if you were plaaning to volunteer and are still available.
SAFE KIDS
Lakehoma Ledger
Lakehoma School Report Card 2017-2018
The Oklahoma State Department of Education has released the school report cards for the 2017-2018 school year.  The new rigorous standards and grading system will be a continual focus for our staff and students.  You can review the report cards by following the link below. 

 Press Release from Oklahoma State Department of Education


Oklahoma School Report Cards 2017-18 available here

Summer Science Camp
Teacher of the Year
Ayrial Lawhon
Ayrial Lawhon, a first grade teacher, was named Teacher of the Year for Lakehoma Elementary. Lawhon has been with Mustang Public Schools and a teacher for six years. This is her second year at Lakehoma. 

Lawhon knew when she was in elementary school that she would be a teacher. Every day when she arrived home, her toys and little sister were her pupils as she taught her own classes. 

“My passion for teaching continued after I had so many wonderful teachers who made such a significant difference in my life,” she said. “My teachers were some of my biggest fans and they never let me give up. I, in return, wanted to be that teacher for other children. I hope to be the teacher that they remember who continuously encouraged them to never give up on their goals.” 

For Lawhon, teaching elementary, particularly first grade, was the obvious choice.

“I love the developmental stage they’re in,” she said. “First grade students still give you lots of hugs and make you notes. They get so excited to learn and have such creative minds.”

The students arrive in her classroom in August at all different skill levels. There are some who struggle to recognize letters. By the end of the year, they are stringing together words. An “Ah-ha!” moment for her students is her favorite part of teaching.

Lawhon remembers one student who loved to write, but lacked confidence.

“That year, I continuously worked with him and pushed him by having him write books and poems,” she said. “He struggled a lot at first and kept trying to give up because he didn’t think his books would be any good. At the end of the year he was creating books continuously and sharing them with his class."

He still sends her books he has written through the district’s inter-office school mail.

“I chose to become a teacher to make a difference in students lives,” she said. “I hope to encourage them no matter what they want to be some day whether it’s a student who is great at art and wants to be an artist one day, a football player, or a doctor. I hope to be the person that someone needs a hug from, a smile, or told that I love them. I want to be one of their biggest cheerleaders and help them to accomplish their goals whatever they may be.”
 
(Photo by Vickers Photography) 
Lakehoma Student Calendar
Lakehoma Readers Page
Tips for Successful At-Home Reading
Here are two files to download for some GREAT at-home reading tips! 
Welcome Letter and School Supply List 2018-2019
Lunch Times
 
 Pre-K            11:10-11:35            (In Classroom)
Kindergarten            10:50-11:15
4th Grade                  11:20-11:45
1st Grade                   11:50-12:15
2nd Grade                  12:20-12:45
3rd Grade                  12:50-1:15 
  
 
Volunteering
Dear Lakehoma Parents and Guardians,
 
Interested in helping out here at Lakehoma?  We would love to have you!  Click on the link below to take you to our volunteer application and background check! 
 
Thank You!
 
Shawna Carter
Lakehoma Principal
 
Contact
Lakehoma Elementary
224 S. Clear Springs Road
Mustang, OK 73064
 
(Mailing)
12400 SW 15th St
 Yukon OK  73099
 
Phone: 405-376-2409
Fax Number: 405-376-7348 
Overdrive Link
Building Hours
  • • Please be aware that our building does not open until 7:15 am. Please do not drop your child off before that time.
  • • Our first bell rings at 7:30 and the tardy bell rings at 7:40.
  • • Please have your child at school on time.
  • • School is dismissed at 2:35 p.m.  
2016-2017 School Report Card
School Supply List
Lakehoma Ledger
Free and Reduced Lunch Program Information
If your child was on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program last year, you need to reapply every year for your child to qualify.  Forms are available in the school office or online at www.mustangps.org.  Applications are accepted at any time during the year.
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909 South Mustang Road, Mustang, OK 73064    Phone: 405-376-2461