With their student as guides, parents roamed the hallways Thursday night, visiting teachers, reviewing portfolios and hearing and seeing first-hand about how learning takes place at LPS. “So much of our communication happens by phone, email and text,” commented one parent, “so it’s always fun to be able meet teachers and counselors face-to-face.” Many of the visitors were siblings who had the chance to see LPS, in some cases for the first time. With many parents coming directly from work, dinner was provided in the cafeteria where families could talk between visiting classes. The weather was dry and warm and families conversed outside as they travelled between buildings, acknowledging that, at least for the night, Spring had finally arrived.
Administrators Greeted guests
Parents had a chance to review student work.
The Hamawys visit a science class