Lexington 4 Community Partnership
Schools and Communities Working Together
Future Breakfast Dates
November 4, 2016
January 20, 2017
March 24, 2017
May 19, 2017
_________________________________________________________________________ Starting March 1, 2016, Lexington School District Four will begin sending school eflyers directly to parents. The district has contracted Peachjar to provide this service. Peachjar provides an innovative flyer management system that sends school-approved eflyers directly to parents' inboxes and posts them online. Now, parents can easily find and view flyers and take action immediately to sign up for activities and events. Peachjar charges a fee for this service. Paper flyers will no longer be distributed.
Upon launch, you may register with Peachjar as an "Enrichment or Community Organization" and upload your flyer for distribution to your desired school(s).
After your flyer has been submitted, it will be routed automatically to the school district office for approval, then emailed as a visually engaging image to all parents who have their email address on file at the district.
Thank you for your support.
Lexington School District Four was recently awarded $34,000 in Community Impact Funds from the Central Carolina Community Foundation. These funds will be used to purchase books for 1st through 4th grade students as part of a district wide effort to negate summer learning loss in the Lexington Four community.
Central Carolina’s President and CEO Joann Turnquist and Director of Community Impact David Laird, along with Area Vice President for Time Warner Cable Charlene Keys presented a check to Superintendent Dr. Linda Lavender at the Lexington Four Community Literacy Partnership’s May 16th breakfast.
The Lexington Four Community Literacy Partnership is a grass roots organization made up of local civic, education, business, student, and faith leaders sharing the common vision of ending illiteracy and providing students with the tools to become college and career ready. For more information, contact Lisa Ingram @ email@example.com
The purpose of the Lexington Four Community Literacy Partnership (CLP) is to build awareness of the focus on literacy in our Lexington Four Community and to deepen the involvement of all stakeholders in the quest for ensuring every student’s success through literacy.
We will do this by:
· Raising awareness of the vital role literacy plays in school and life
· Strengthening natural partnerships between schools and communities
· Providing additional opportunities for Summer Reading
We look for new ideas and bold moves while we embrace and create change. We are committed to the cause of literacy. Every person should have the chance to achieve their potential and participate fully in society.