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All members of the Lakefield Elementary School community will reach their maximum potential.
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The end of a school year always brings mixed emotions. Some are excited to be leaving, while others are sad to be moving on. Still others are nervous for the unknown and funny enough there are those who don’t care! This year we are seeing lots of changes happening. We are preparing to say goodbye at our Grade 5 Closing. For these Grade 5s it is their rite of passage on to middle school and we know that they will be amazing leaders at middle school. This year we are sadden to see roughly 160 students from Kindergarten to Grade 4 leave us to move into the newest elementary school in our district. CSMES will begin its new life with a wonderful bunch of students who will create new traditions and continue to grow academically and be positive role models for the greater community. With the new school opening, we are also sadden to see six of our awesome teachers ‘movin’ on up the hill’ to create a new school environment. Our loss will defiantly be the new school’s gain. Change can be difficult but Ms. Wisdom, Ms. Williams, Mrs. Ryan-Myles, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Lamontange, and Mme Richard are stepping out of their comfort zone and are looking forward to this change. You are examples of how change can be a positive thing. Finally, our school is looking forward to having roughly 95 new students and their parents coming from Quispamsis Elementary, joining the LES family. We have spent two afternoons hearing about these students from their teachers, we have enjoyed a day of hosting the students here, and we are interested in hearing from their parents. All with the hope of making their transition a little less nerve racking. To our other great teachers who are leaving us, Ms. Beaudet, Mrs. Wilson, Mme MacDougall, and Ms. McLean, we know that any school would be very lucky to have you on their staff and their students will benefit from the skills you possess. We will also be saying good bye to one of our best Educational Assistants, Mrs. Sankaran. Sashi will be enjoying a well-deserved retirement and the students and families that she has worked with will know what a lost to LES this is. Where ever your journey takes you in the next few months, remember, “Let others lead small lives, but not you. Let others argue over small things, but not you. Let others cry over small hurts, but not you. Let others leave their future in someone else’s hands, but not you.” (Jim Rohn)