Lubeck Elementary
It is Midterm for the Third Nine Weeks. Parents with students in Grades 3-5, please login to Schoology to check your student's grades and for any missing assignments.
3 days ago, Lubeck Elementary
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Lunch Menu Main Entrees for the remainder of the week: Thursday, 2/24- Salisbury Steak Friday, 2/25- Pizza
4 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, We sure do love having all of our kids back in the building, but we really need your help! In having all of our students, we also have double the number of transportation changes being called in during the day. Daily calls leave room for human error as there are many moving parts within the school. Please send notes to school with your student if they have a transportation change. You are welcome to send weekly/monthly transportation schedules if that is more convenient for you. We understand that emergencies happen and we are more than happy to assist in those situations.
4 days ago, Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary
Lunch Menu Main Course for this week: Wednesday, 2/24: Breakfast for Lunch Thursday, 2/25: Chicken Nuggets Friday, 2/26: Pizza
5 days ago, Lubeck Elementary
Lubeck Elementary
Kindergarten Registration is going on this week from 8:00-2:30. You may come to the main doors off of Lubeck Road to register. Please bring proof of residency, state certified birth certificate, and immunization records. Students must register at the school in their home district.
6 days ago, Lubeck Elementary
Amber Hardman
Due to weather conditions, Lubeck Elementary GIRLS basketball try-outs will be held on Monday, February 22 from 3:00-4:30. BOYS try-outs will be Monday, February 22 from 5:00-7:00. Both try-outs will be only one night.
11 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Families, Please remind students that they should not be utilizing the "chat" feature within Teams meetings unless the teacher has given them specific instructions to do so. This tool is a great way to share information or ask questions about the lesson, but is often not used for that purpose. If you have any questions about the use of the chat box within Teams, please reach out to your child's classroom teacher. Thanks and have a great evening!
12 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Try-outs for the Lubeck Elementary Basketball Teams will be as follows: GIRLS- February 17-18 from 3:00-4:30 BOYS- February 17-18 from 5:00-6:30 Students in grades 3-5 are eligible to try-out. Both seasons will consist of 2 games per week for 5 weeks. If school is closed due to poor weather conditions, there will be no sports try-outs or practice.
12 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Try-outs for boys and girls basketball will not occur this evening (2/16). Information will be shared once the new dates are determined.
12 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools Pre-Kindergarten registration is happening now! Kids who will be 4 before July 1, 2021 are eligible to enroll. Completed applications are time/date stamped. The sooner you submit, the better chance you have of being able to attend at your preferred location. Come see us at Lubeck Elementary or at any Wood County elementary school to register. **Please share with families who may be interested in this program.**
18 days ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Don’t forget! Pre-Kindergarten enrollment begins Monday.
23 days ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Good morning. Our internet connection is slowly coming back online. Most schools now have internet access. Once again, I am sorry for the inconvenience.
25 days ago, Wood County Schools
Wood County Schools
Good Morning. Wood County Schools' internet is currently down. Hopefully, the connection will be reestablished as soon as possible. We will send another communication when we are back online. Sorry for the inconvenience.
25 days ago, Wood County Schools
Wood County Schools
Good evening. All Wood County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay for Tuesday, February 2, 2021. We will continue to evaluate road conditions throughout the night. Thank you.
27 days ago, Wood County Schools
Stephanie Agee
Information on Boys and Girls Basketball will be coming home this week. Season is set to start February 16th. Tryouts will be the 16th and 17th for both boys and girls. Girls tryouts/practice will be held right after school and boys tryouts/ practices will be 5-7. The season will run 5 weeks with a tournament at the end. Spectators for games will be limited to 2 per player.
27 days ago, Stephanie Agee
Wood County Schools
Good evening. This is a reminder that students with last names A-K will report to school in-person on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week. Students with last names L-Z will report on Tuesday and Thursday. Please stay safe and healthy. Have a wonderful evening.
28 days ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary Lunch Menu February 1-5, 2021 MONDAY & TUESDAY (1st/2nd) cheese ravioli w/ marinara sauce, tossed salad, strawberries & bananas, twisted garlic breadstick, milk WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY (3rd/4th) grilled cheese sandwich, veggie soup, broccoli, orange, goldfish crackers, milk FRIDAY (5th) calzone, marinara sauce, sweet potato waffle fries, apricot cups, milk
30 days ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Good evening. This is a reminder that students with last names L-Z will report to school in-person tomorrow, Friday, January 29. Please stay safe and healthy. Have a wonderful evening.
about 1 month ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
Good morning! Wood County schools will operate on a 2-hour delay for Thursday, January 28, 2021. We will continue to reevaluate road conditions throughout the morning. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Good morning. All Wood County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay for Thursday, January 28, 2021. We will continue to re-evaluate road conditions throughout the morning. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
Due to technical issues, we must make adjustments to the lunch calendar. These adjustments only impact Lubeck Elementary. Tuesday, 1-26 spaghetti & meatballs garlic bread salad applesauce Wednesday, 1-27 bacon & cheese scrambled eggs French toast w/syrup grape tomatoes potato rounds fruit Thursday, 1/28 tacos corn salsa pears Friday, 1-29 hamburger French fries salad peaches We apologize for the inconvenience and hope for swift repairs. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
about 1 month ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary School Menu for the Week of 1/20-1/22 Wednesday, January 20- breaded cheese bites, corn, carrots, apple Thursday, January 21- turkey, mashed potatoes w/gravy, carrots, peaches, roll Friday, January 22- pizza, green beans, warm apple slices
about 1 month ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
See you tomorrow, LUBECK Panthers! Remember students L-Z attend tomorrow and Thursday. A-K Wednesday and Friday. Charge those iPads, pack your water, and bring your mask. Parents, please be sure your student knows how they are getting home from school. If this has changed since we last attended or if your child is new to in-person instruction, please send a note. Attached is additional information for Lubeck pick-up. Remember, if you have a student in k-2 and 3-5, they will both be dismissed from the Rt 68 doors. Have a great evening!
about 1 month ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Good afternoon. According to the WVDHHR map released at 10:00 a.m. today, all students in Wood County Schools, including students in High School, with last names L-Z will resume in-person instruction and learning tomorrow, Tuesday, January 19. More communication will be sent this evening. Enjoy the Holiday.
about 1 month ago, Wood County Schools
Will Hosaflook
Good Evening. This is a reminder that students with last names L-Z will attend school in-person beginning Tuesday, January 19. We will be utilizing a very similar blended learning format as we did 1st semester. However, by our Governor’s Executive Order, High Schools will not be able to return to in-person learning until we reach the orange status on the WVDDHR daily map. To learn more about our re-entry plan and other learning options you may have, please visit our website at www.woodcountyschoolswv.com . Please stay safe and healthy. Have a wonderful weekend.
about 1 month ago, Will Hosaflook
Amber Hardman
The Lubeck Staff is excited for students to begin returning to the building on Tuesday, January 19. We will return on a blended schedule from January 19-February 12. All children are slated to return in person on Monday, February 15. Attached is a snapshot of the attendance days for students who are attending school in person. This does not include information for students enrolled in Wood County Distance Learning or WV Virtual School. We appreciate the patience and understanding of our Lubeck Community as we navigated the challenges of a pandemic, blended learning, and remote learning. This has been a difficult time for everyone. There is now a light at the end of the tunnel!
about 1 month ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Good evening. On January 19, 2021, students will return to in-person instruction in our schools.  However, I fully understand that some students and families are uncomfortable about returning to school in-person.  To provide more opportunities for our students,  WCS is requesting all students wishing to be instructed in an off-campus learning model, outside of our schools for the second semester, complete the form attached in this correspondence or visit the Wood County Schools website for more information.   Depending on the number of students wishing to be instructed off-campus, we may have the ability to offer families and students different choices rather than just the WV Learns- Virtual School program.  Once again, if you wish for your child to be instructed off-campus second semester, please complete the enrollment form.  The form is due by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, January 8, 2021. Thank you and have a great evening.    Click here to complete the form https://tinyurl.com/y5r337nx
about 1 month ago, Wood County Schools
Will Hosaflook
Good Evening, Today, Governor Justice announced that school districts in WV will be in remote learning until January 15, 2021. Beginning January 19, students in grades pre-K through 8th will be instructed in our schools through in-person learning regardless of the color on the WVDHHR map. High Schools will still be governed by the WVDHHR map, but local decisions will be made for in-person learning based on the color of the map. If your child is utilizing WV Virtual School for instruction, nothing will change for the next few weeks. Please visit the Wood County Schools website for more information related to our re-entry on January 19, 2021, or click on the following two links - https://5il.co/o8fs https://5il.co/o8fr Please stay safe and healthy Have a Happy New Year!
about 1 month ago, Will Hosaflook
Will Hosaflook
Good Evening. This is Will Hosaflook Superintendent of Wood County Schools Today, Governor Justice announced that school districts in WV will be in remote learning until January 15, 2021. Beginning January 19, students in grades pre-k through 8th will be instructed in our schools through in-person learning regardless of the color on the WVDHHR map. If Wood County is Green, Yellow, Gold, or Orange on the daily map, High School students will attend school in-person as long as we do not reach the “Red” status. If your child is utilizing WV Virtual School for instruction, nothing will change for the next few weeks. Please visit the Wood County Schools website for more information related to our re-entry on January 19, 2021……. or click on the following two links - https://5il.co/o8fs https://5il.co/o8fr Please stay safe and healthy Have a Happy New Year
about 1 month ago, Will Hosaflook
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, Lubeck United Methodist Church would like to assist families who are in need of food. If you, or someone you know, could benefit from this program, please call 304-863-6082.
2 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Reminder: There are no TEAMS meetings for Wood County students this week (November 23-25). All student work will be pre-loaded onto Schoology by 9am each day. Buildings are closed this week to all students. We will resume "Full Remote Instruction" on Monday, November 30 with TEAMS meetings at 9am for Lubeck students. Teacher office hours will be 10am-12pm daily. Also, school meals will not be served until Monday, November 30. Thank you for your patience and flexibility this year. We are thankful for our Lubeck Families! Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!
3 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck School photo retakes were cancelled for today due to remote learning. We will reschedule once students are back in the building for in-person learning. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
3 months ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Pre-Order Meal Delivery Bus Hub & Curbside Tuesday, November 17th - Friday, November 20th Meal pre-orders for Nov. 17-20 are now open at https://tinyurl.com/yyndu3tl As we transition our students to remote learning in orange during the week of November 16th, WCS will be providing students' with meals curbside at your school for walkers and drop offs as well as providing meal delivery via bus routes. School buses will travel to their afternoon stops carrying pre-ordered meals (Breakfast and Lunch) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Bus routes are 3 1/2 hours before the normal afternoon drop off time. Meals will need to be reheated. There will be instructions for reheating. For information regarding bus times, please call 304-420-9636 extension 101. If you are picking up curbside at a school. Pickup times are from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Please complete the pre-order form for the the Week of November 16th (Tuesday - Friday) for all bus deliveries and curbside . Deadline for pre-order is 2 p.m. on Monday, November 16th. You will need to place an order separately for each student. If you are requesting for bus delivery and your student currently rides a bus, please place the bus number that your student rides home. This program is solely for the pick-up of meals; meals will not be consumed on site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the pick-up locations. Allergy Disclaimer: During this remote and curbside feeding situation, Wood County Schools Child Nutrition Department will be operating under a special waiver for distribution of meals. This option does not allow us to identify students by names and therefore we are not able to identify special food allergies. Please contact the Child Nutrition Department if you have any questions, 304-420-9631 extension 103. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
4 months ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
We had many successes and some technical glitches during our first Teams meetings this morning. Most issues are due to a Teams app update that was unsuccessful. You can fix this issue by doing the following: 1. Press and hold the gray Teams icon. It will then ask you to cancel the download. You DO want to cancel the download. 2. Go into "Self Service" and re-download Teams ** The newly downloaded app should work properly. We are problem-solving technical issues from the 9am session and will be ready for the 1:00pm "check-in" Teams meetings this afternoon. Please continue to contact your child's teacher via Schoology if you are having any technical issues or questions about student work. They may be able to provide a solution quickly. For more involved issues, teachers know who to contact for help. Once we are aware of problems, we work together to find solutions as soon as possible. We are all learning this new way of teaching and learning together and appreciate your patience and communication. We will get better and more efficient each day!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, This is Mrs. Hardman, Principal at Lubeck Elementary. Based on the WVDE Covid-19 metrics, Wood County Schools will be operating remotely for the coming week. This means that no students will attend in person and instruction will be provided through Schoology. While we always want to remain hopeful, we knew it was necessary to prepare for remote learning. Over the past week, we have worked with our students to practice using the Teams feature on their iPads. Many students were able to practice with Teams, but some classrooms simply ran out of time with school being closed for Election Day. Each day at 9:00am their teacher will provide a "live" reading and math lesson using Microsoft Teams. To get to Microsoft Teams, students need to log into Schoology and they will find the link to their Teams group. (THEY MUST USE THE BLACK SCHOOLOGY ICON, NOT THE WHITE ONE) The virtual instruction will be from 9-10am. During this time, teachers will provide a face-to-face math and reading lesson to kickstart the day's work. Lessons will be followed by virtual "office hours" from 10:00-12:00. Using Schoology, students or parents can reach out to their teacher for help or reteach. At 1:00 teachers will be back on Teams for a "check-in" time to see how students are doing with their daily work or to provide reteach if necessary. Teachers will use the remainder of their workday for instructional planning. If your student is unable to attend the Teams session when scheduled, lessons will be recorded so they may be viewed later. Monday, November 9th at 9am will be a trial run for our Teams meetings. As with anything new, we expect some glitches, but we are confident that we can work through those. If your child is unable to locate the Teams link on your students Schoology page, please message the teacher through Schoology and they can help. Even with preparation, there will be bumps in the road. Remember that the Lubeck Elementary and other schools in Wood county have free WiFi if that is a need. Teachers will not be loading up assignments with the intentions of duplicating a typical day. They will be focusing on critical skills and moving forward with new learning. We will also have school staff available for technical troubleshooting. Due to Veteran's Day, there will not be online instruction on Wednesday. Thank you for your patience during this challenging time. We hope to see our students back in our building very soon!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools Meal Boxes The link below is where parents can order meal boxes for students who are NOT participating in the 4-days of on campus instruction. The link opens every Wednesday at 9 a.m. and closes on Friday at noon. Remember, you are pre-ordering for the following week. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=S7AZ4AwzekaLrgn7FzdNangEykcNexdFkE2s4gTI-YpUMzVFR0tOR0JTMTBIWDhNWUc5WUdWTEFNWS4u
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary
Wood County Schools has put all the information you need to know about the 4 Day Re-Entry Plan on their website. Students will begin coming to school 4 Days a week starting November 9th. If you would like your students to do remote learning from home, instead of attending at school please notify your child's school ASAP. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/993811/WCS_4_Day_On_Campus_Plan.pdf
4 months ago, Lubeck Elementary
Amber Hardman
No School on Tuesday, November 3, 2020
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
KINDERGARTEN-2nd GRADE DISMISSAL UPDATES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 9, 2020 There are two changes that will occur starting Monday, November 9. 1. If you are picking up a K-2 AND 3-5 student, they will be dismissed together on Route 68 starting on November 9. (This is a change from door 8.) 2. Each K-2 family will get a card with their child’s name and grade on it. As you line up for dismissal, please have this card visible either by placing it somewhere on the dashboard/windows or holding it up so it can be read. This will allow us to have your student ready for you before you get up to door 8. The poles leading to door 8 will also be numbered. Please pull all the way up. Once your car comes to a complete stop, we can help your child into the vehicle. Teachers will be outside working to make this as safe and smooth as possible. Please refrain from getting out of your vehicle, as this slows down the process considerably. Teachers can assist your child with the car door, but do to liability, we are not permitted to help your child with any kind of seat belt buckle. If your child needs assistance, please pull up to the cone at the end of the pick-up ramp where you can safely help your child while still letting traffic flow. Thank you for your help and patience!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary is looking for a BOYS BASKETBALL COACH. The details for a girls and boys basketball season are still in the works, but we want to get our coaching staff lined up ASAP. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Hardman at 304-863-3321 or email amber.hardman@k12.wv.us
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
As you know Wood County students will begin attending school face to face on Monday, November 9. In preparation for all students attending, we have made minor changes to our K-2 pick-up procedures. There will be no changes to the pick-up for grades 3-5. Watch for information that will go home with K-2 students on Monday or Thursday of this week (there is no school on Tuesday for Election Day). Information will also be shared on Facebook, Lubeck School Live Feed, and text. The utilization of the Wood County Schools Bus is always a great option for afternoon transportation. Students who live within a few miles of the school often arrive at home by bus faster than if they are picked up at school. We have a wonderful group of drivers who take great care in transporting our students.
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
SCHOOL PHOTO RETAKE DATE CHANGE Lubeck School picture retakes will be on a November 16. This change allows us to have one day of retakes for anyone wishing to participate.
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, This is Mrs. Hardman, principal at Lubeck Elementary School. On Tuesday night the Wood County Board of Education approved Mr. Hosaflook's proposed plan for students to return to school 4 days a week (M-Th with Friday remote learning) starting November 9th for elementary students. Parents also have a choice of doing remote learning 5 days a week through Schoology. If you would like your child to participate in remote learning only and not face to face learning in the school building, please contact the school office or your child’s teacher as soon as possible. It is important that we know instructional preferences so that we may prepare for our students who are learning on campus and off campus. If you are currently enrolled in WV Virtual School, you may remain in that program. Thank you for your help with this.
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
RED RIBBON WEEK Friday- Day 5 at Lubeck Elementary "Team Up for Kindness!" Wear your favorite team jersey!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, This is Mrs. Hardman, principal at Lubeck Elementary School. On Tuesday night the Wood County Board of Education approved Mr. Hosaflook's proposed plan for students to return to school 4 days a week (M-Th with Friday remote learning) starting November 9th for elementary students. Parents also have a choice of doing remote learning 5 days a week through Schoology. If you would like your child to participate in remote learning only and not face to face learning in the school building, please contact the school office or your child’s teacher as soon as possible. It is important that we know instructional preferences so that we may prepare for our students who are learning on campus and off campus. If you are currently enrolled in WV Virtual School, you may remain in that program. Thank you for your help with this.
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
RED RIBBON WEEK- Thursday- Day 4 at Lubeck Elementary "Real Heroes Don't Do Drugs!" Dress like your favorite super hero or community hero!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Williamstown Bank Trunk or Treat DATE CHANGE
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
RED RIBBON WEEK- Day 3 at Lubeck Elementary Wednesday- BE ALL YOU CAN BE- DRUG FREE! Celebrate being drug free by wearing camo!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
RED RIBBON WEEK- Day 2 at Lubeck Elementary Tuesday: "Hats Off to Being Drug Free!" Wear your favorite hat!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Monday is Day 1 of RED RIBBON WEEK at Lubeck Elementary! We are ready to “Rock Out in Red!” Wear RED to celebrate being DRUG FREE! 🐾❤️
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
The DENTAL CLINIC is coming to Lubeck Elementary!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Elementary is proud to be DRUG FREE! Red Ribbon Week is right around the corner!
4 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
This young man was recognized for outstanding citizenship during morning announcements today. After noticing a new student sitting alone on the sidelines during a game at recess, Landon stopped playing and approached the boy to invite him to join in. Being new to a school can be really tough. Thank you, Landon, for your act of kindness! 💙🐾 #nationalbullypreventionmonth
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Thank you, Nurse Kyla, for providing this helpful information!
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
One of the best resources that you have on off-campus learning days is iReady. iReady is research based and designed to meet the needs of all learners. Each K-5 child has completed an iReady Diagnostic test in reading and math. This assessment is a comprehensive look at a student's strength sand weaknesses in all areas. Once students are finished with the diagnostic, there are lessons assigned to them that focus on the EXACT SKILLS THEY NEED. These lessons are engaging and include fun games that serve as brain breaks. All students, except for kindergarten, had experience with iReady lessons last year. In the past lessons were completed at school. However, since our focus is to maximize teacher face to face instruction on the days we have our students, the iReady lessons are being assigned to our 2 day a week students for the days in which they are off-campus learning. Your child can work on iReady without any assistance of an adult. All they need is their iPad and internet access. Students know how to log in and usernames/passwords are also located on their iPad bag. Your child's teacher is monitoring the lessons so that they may intervene or celebrate when appropriate. If your child is performing above level or below level, the lessons will give them support or enrichment because they are targeted to fit their needs. To maximize the targeted learning each week, we recommend 45 minutes of iReady Math and 45 of iReady Reading each week. This can be broken down to be achieved throughout the week. Grade levels have developed goals of how many lessons students should pass each week. Students will take the iReady Diagnostic two more times this year. The next time is in December and again at the end of the school year. We will use these results to measure student growth. Every student has their own growth goal, and we will track progress together. Celebrating student growth is one of the most exciting things we do at school. If you need further assistance with iReady, please reach out to your child's teacher.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Happy World Teachers' Day to our Lubeck Teachers!
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Stephanie Age
Grades 3-5: Student grades for midterms can be viewed in their student account or by logging into your parent account--access codes should have come home. If you need help access your parent account call the Schoology help desk at your child's school Monday-Thursday from 3:30-5:30. To view grades through your parent account, go to www.schoology.com, log in with parent information. If you haven't already set up an account you will need your parent access code provided by the school. Once logged in: Click on Grade Report Download Student Report Select Term One Select all classes Submit Watch the following video for a helpful tip for viewing student grades through the student's account. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz5ye3DyvqU&t=3300s
5 months ago, Stephanie Age
Amber Hardman
First CELEBRATION on our iReady wall! Mrs. DeLong’s Class goal was to pass 45 iReady lessons.. these students passed a combined 61 in Reading and 52 in Math.... They set 90% as the percent correct goal and they averaged 100% in Math and had 96%in Reading! This is amazing work, 2nd graders!
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
October 2 is National Custodian Appreciation Day. The role of a school custodian is more critical than ever. Without Mr. Bill, Mr. John, and Mr. Dave, we would not be able to keep our school as clean and sanitized as is necessary during this re-entry. We appreciate all they do for the students and staff of Lubeck Elementary School! 💙🐾
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
LUBECK PICTURE DAY UPDATE This is our first year using Jostens for our photos, so we are learning their processes. Student photos will be available online within 5 days of when the photos were taken. You will be able to view and choose the photos you want to buy prior to purchasing. That is a wonderful perk! You will be asked for event code, which is FE24420, and a student ID number. The ID number is your student's 9-digit number. Many begin with 9600. This number is also found in student Schoology passwords.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Beginning Monday, October 5, 2020, the tardy bell at Lubeck Elementary will ring at 8:10am, which is what it was in previous years. Students arriving after 8:10am are considered tardy. This small adjustment allows our students to have a smoother transition into the instructional day. Students being dropped off after 8:10am are to enter through the Lubeck Road entrance and must be signed in by a parent or guardian. Thank you!
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Reminder: Lubeck Elementary will have picture day on Tuesday, 9/29, and Wednesday, 9/30. Virtual School students enrolled at Lubeck may come for photos on 9/30 at 1:30. Please come to the gym doors. All orders may be placed through JOSTENSPIX.COM. Use event code FE4420. No orders or money will be collected at the school. Do not wear green as Jostens uses "Green Screen" technology.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Friendly reminder that Lubeck a Elementary outdoor facilities are not open at this time. This includes the walking track, blacktop, and playground. While our students are permitted on the blacktop and field during designated times of the day, playground equipment remains closed at all times. We apologize for any convenience this may cause and hope that we are given permission to reopen our facilities to the community soon.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Attention Lubeck Virtual School Parents! If you would like for your Virtual School student to participate in school picture day, Virtual Students are welcome to come to Lubeck Elementary at 1:30 on Wednesday, September 30. Please enter through the gym doors and Mrs. Agee will get students signed in. Please note: This is only for students enrolled at Lubeck Elementary. Other schools have picture day scheduled at other times.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
REMINDER-Lubeck School Picture Day is coming soon! September 29 & 30 All orders are made directly through the company. No money or orders are accepted at the school. JOSTENSPIX.COM event code- FE24420 *Don’t wear green as it will make clothing disappear into the background.*
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
The Schoology Help Desk at Lubeck will be closed today, 9/23, and tomorrow, 9/24. If you have Schoology issues, please reach out to your child's homeroom teacher as they may be able to provide assistance. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
5 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck students have started taking the iReady Math & Reading Diagnostic. These are comprehensive assessments that give us important information about student academic strengths and weaknesses. Once students complete the diagnostic assessment, iReady will provide students with instructional lessons specific to what they need. Lessons are not available until the diagnostic has been completed and are wonderful activities for off-campus learning days. Another important piece of iReady is goal setting. Based on the results, each student will have a growth goal for reading and for math. We will take the diagnostic assessments two more times during the year to monitor progress. Student growth goals are not only important to us, but we want them to be important to you and your student. We believe that every child can grow and we want to celebrate achievements along the way!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
If your child (K-12) attends school tomorrow, don’t forget to charge those iPads!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Families, As we get settled into the new year, please make sure to keep the school up to date on custody concerns or parenting plans that impact who can pick up students or access information. It is important to recognize that without an order signed by a judge, both parents listed in the birth certificate are equally entitled to students records and access to the student. This includes grades, attendance, and discipline records. If the school does not have orders, signed by a judge, we cannot restrict a parent from picking up a child. If you are unsure of the last time you provided updated information and you know it has changed through the years, this is a great time to send in the most up to date documentation that you have. Thank you!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Stephanie Age
Schoology Update: Teachers have been getting to know your students the last few days. They will slowly be introducing them how to use Schoology over the next few weeks and begin to put more and more assignments on the platform. When your student logs into Schoology, if they have any assignments with due dates these will show up on the right side of the screen or on their calendar. You can also find assignments by clicking on the Courses at the top and choosing each of the individual courses listed. These courses are auto populated based upon their official schedule. There may be courses that remain empty the entire time if the teacher chooses to put the assignments under another tab. If you need help with Schoology related questions, we have a help desk stationed at the school from 3:30-5:30. Many of the issues we have had is that the correct web link isn’t being used to login be sure to use https://wcswv.schoology.com or go to Wood County Schools Web page, Click on Menu, and then the icon that says Schoology. The app is installed on the iPads, but the web link is much more user friendly.
6 months ago, Stephanie Age
Amber Hardman
Thank you for a smooth first day of school yesterday and today. It was great to see students back in the building. We are very pleased by the way students handled re-entry and have quickly adapted to the new routines that are in place. This message is also to serve as a reminder about Buddy Bags, which are available for students to take home at the end of on-campus learning days. If you wish to receive meals for off-campus learning days, you will need to pre-order Buddy Bags each week, even if you have informed the teacher in the past. The link to register for the week of September 14 is now open and can be found on the Wood County Schools web page by choosing the MENU tab at the top of the page, followed by WELLNESS, then CHILD NUTRITION. Pre-order closes on Monday, September 14th at 9 a.m.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
If you wish to receive meals for off-campus learning days, you will need to pre-order Buddy Bags each week, even if you have informed the teacher in the past. The link to register for the week of September 14 is now open and can be found on the Wood County Schools web page by choosing the MENU tab at the top of he page, followed by WELLNESS, then CHILD NUTRITION . Pre-order closes on Monday, September 14th at 9 a.m.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
We had a great 1st day at Lubeck Elementary! Our students spent much of the day learning new routines any procedures. Some classes were able to log into Schoology and begin learning how to use the platform for off campus learning. Don’t worry! We will be spending a few weeks learning to navigate Schoology and implement our daily schedule. One step at a time.....😊
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
We have received many phone calls about Virtual School this morning. Unfortunately, we are unable to assist with Virtual School log-in questions at the building. There are Virtual School Teams Meetings scheduled for today, 9/8/2020. 10am- Kindergarten Parents 11am- 1st Grade Parents 1pm- 2nd Grade Parents 2pm- 3rd Grade Parents 3pm- 4th Grade Parents 4pm- 5th Grade Parents If you are having issues with Virtual School log-in, please email Tina Schott at tschott@k12.wv.us.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
As you are packing backpacks for the 1st day of school, take extra care to include the following items: *filled water bottle *mask (if they don’t have one when getting out of the car, we will provide one) *charged iPad (chargers stay at home) *Make sure your child knows how they are getting home. If they are younger, please send a note. We look forward to a great first day!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
This is a reminder that the 2020-2021 school year will begin on Tuesday, September 8th for students with last names beginning with L-Z. On Wednesday, September 9th, students with last names A-K will report to school. Due to Monday being Labor Day, students with last names A-K will report Friday, September 11th as well. Lubeck students may be dropped off at the gym entrance on Lubeck Road or at the Route 68 entrance. Student supervision begins at 7:30 and the tardy bell rings at 8:15. Please bring a water bottle and mask if possible. Students will also be provided with a Wood County Schools mask on their first day of school. If your child has received their iPad, bring it to school, charged, as well. The Lubeck School Staff is prepared for a great opening to the 2020-2021 school year. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this re-entry process together. We look forward to seeing students back in our building this week!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
This message is for parents or guardians of Kindergarten through 2nd grade students who pick up with students after school. Due to COVID-19, there has been a change in our afternoon pick-up routine for Kindergarten-2nd grade students. Students will be dismissing from door 8, which is the door closest to the PK playground on Lubeck Road. If you are picking up your K-2 student, enter Lubeck Road near Pahlhurst Plaza. There will be a sign identifying where the line begins. Cars will not be permitted to enter the school lot until buses have departed. Be courteous to our neighbors and do not block their driveways. It is of no benefit to arrive early as no children will be dismissed before buses. As you pull through the line, staff will be able to load multiple cars at once. This process will be faster and smoother as we learn to recognize vehicles. Do not pass other cars that are loading children. If you have a student in K-2 and 3-5, you will be able to get both children at door 8. Parents or guardians are not permitted to park and walk to the building to pick up students at this time. Thank you for your flexibility and patience as we work toward a safe and smooth re-entry! PM Timeline: 3:00-3:05- Students Begin Loading Buses 3:13- Buses Depart 3:15- Pick-Up Begins
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Will Hosaflook
This is a reminder that the 2020-2021 school year will begin on Tuesday, September 8th for students with last names beginning with L-Z. On Wednesday, September 9th, students with last names A-K will report to school. Due to Monday being Labor Day, students with last names A-K will report Friday, September 11th as well. Please visit the Wood County Schools website, and then click “2020-2021 Re-entry Summarization” for more details. Our re-entry schedule has not changed since being published. Students will attend school on a Blended-Model of instruction for 3 weeks, which is our Yellow Schedule, or until proper procedures, protocols, and new standards have been taught and implemented. Also, please do not confuse yourself with the WVDE color-coded map. The map is used as one of many tools to drive local decisions for our school system. As mentioned in previous communications, we will closely monitor the data each day to make well-informed and deliberate decisions, while keeping safety as the top priority for our students and employees. Over the last six months, we have worked diligently and methodically to create a well-rounded plan for re-entry. I’m sure we have not thought about every issue that may arise - please be patient as we work through making adjustments, changing protocols or procedures, and seeking feedback from our stakeholders to make this school year a great success. Although not a requirement, I am asking each student to bring their own mask and bottle of water on the first day of school. This will help expedite first day procedures and practices for our schools as they begin teaching expected behaviors for the year. Students will receive a Wood County mask on the first day and will be expected to possess and use it on a continual basis as we navigate through a new normal for our school system. We are so excited to see your children in our schools once again. We have greatly missed their presence the last six months. As always, make sure to Wear a mask, Watch your distance, and Wash your hands. To view our first WCS Newsletter, please click https://tinyurl.com/yxbaddej Have a safe and wonderful Holiday weekend.
6 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Amber Hardman
BUDDY BAGS- Don't foget to pre-order BUDDY BAGS by Tuesday at 9 a.m. This will help our cooks know how many to prep for us to hand out at the end of the day. LINK: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=S7AZ4AwzekaLrgn7FzdNangEykcNexdFkE2s4gTI-YpUNTRQQzA5R0I2QTdVODg3VVhaN0hDMUs4Ty4u
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Do you have friends or family who are not accessing the Wood County Schools or Lubeck School? Please let them know that you do not have to be on Facebook to get our updates. Download the FREE Wood County Schools App to your smart phone or iPad and you can get up to the minute information from the school system and your child's school.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
*Countdown to Re-Entry* NETWORK ACCESS All school campuses have a guest internet network available from 8:00am-7:00pm. The best location to access the network as Lubeck is in the Route 68 parking lot, but you are welcome to use any available space around the building. Username: student Password: woodcountylearn
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Lubeck Friends and Families, Today was the last official day staff is in our building prior to students returning. I am so very proud of the work our staff has done to prepare for the managerial, logistical, and educational shifts that are required as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. During a staff meeting this morning, I reminded our staff that while they may be experiencing frustration and exhaustion, they need to celebrate the exceptional work they have done to prepare for re-entry. In a typical school year, there are more moving parts than most realize. As an administrator, I begin taking notes, visualizing, and preparing for the next year as soon as one year starts. We can always get better or be more efficient. In most cases, we have a general template and previous experiences to draw from. A jumping off point, if you will. In a year when we are facing a pandemic, schools are striving for that same seamless opening, but while enforcing health & safety guidelines that we did not know existed prior to March 13, 2020. With the support of Wood County Schools, every individual school is charting their own course this year. Our courses have similarities as we all follow the same CDC and DHHR guidelines, but they are vastly different as each facility, needs, and community are unique. Below the surface schools are solving puzzles and riddles like never before. \ As our Lubeck Staff left here today, I can confidently say that we are ready for our students. Our kids are going to feel welcome, safe, and loved. That does not mean that we will be perfect. We are humans working with small humans and that will naturally result in speed bumps along the way. As we encounter those speed bumps, or even road blocks, we are prepared to reflect, assess, and shift our course. There is one component that we cannot neglect. We cannot do this without your support. I have lived in Lubeck my entire life. As far as I am concerned, there is no better place to live and raise a family. Lubeck/Belleville and the surrounding communities have gone through some pretty tough things through the years. We have also emerged on the other side; better and and stronger. That only was possible because we came together as a community. We didn’t even think about it; we just did it. COVID-19 has not left a path of destruction like the 2010 tornado or damaged homes and wiping out power for weeks like the 2012 derecho, but COVID-19 has left its mark on everyone in some way. Neighbor helping neighbor, compassion, and patience- that is what got us through. If you can, offer any and all school personnel a few words of encouragement. Those words are more powerful than you know. We love our kids and we love our school. It feels good to be back and I we are going to take care of your most cherished gift just as we would our own. ! We've got this! Sincerely, Mrs. Amber Hardman (Lubeck Class of ’91) PS. We are smiling behind the masks!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
*Countdown to Re-Entry* Don't forget your iPad! Students in grades K-5 will need to take their iPad to and from school each day. Please make every effort for it to be charged when it returns to school. We have sent most of our iPad chargers home with students, so the number in the building is limited at this time.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
*Countdown to Re-Entry* iPADs If your child does not have an iPad, they will come home from school on their first day with a paper called an AUP (Acceptable Use Agreement). Sign and return that paper to the school the following day that your child attends. If you already have the AUP, sign and send it on their first day. The teacher will send the iPad home with them once they have the AUP.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Amber Hardman
Countdown to the First Day INFO TO KNOW WATER BOTTLES Children are welcome and encouraged to bring a water bottle to school with them. It doesn't need to be fancy, simply a bottle with their name written on it. Water fountains are not open at this time, so we will help keep kids hydrated in the classrooms with individual bottles. Bottles will either be disposed of or returned home with the child at the end of the day.
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Will Hosaflook
Good evening, Each Sunday evening, from this day forward, I will provide all stakeholders an update from the WVDHHR and WVDE Covid-19 metrics data for Wood County. The metics data will be used to govern activities and other requirements in our school system for the upcoming week. This week, Wood County has a 2.74 average seven day trend, which includes 16 probable and confirmed positive cases the last seven days. We will continue to analyze the data of the metrics, and make necessary adjustments on protocols and procedures in our schools based on current trends. For the upcoming week of August 31, Wood County is “Green” on the metrics; therefore, all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are allowed to participate. However, three counties in WV - Kanawha, Monroe, and Logan are orange or red in the metrics and will not be allowed to participate in any activities this week. As you can see, this is a community driven metrics, which has serious implications for our school system. Please do your part and encourage others on the 3 W’s to help our students return in-person to our schools - Wear a mask, Watch your distance, and Wash your hands. Once again, please download our mobile app on our website and continually check the “News” feed to stay up to date on what is happening in our schools. Keep up the great work. Have a great evening.
6 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Wood County Schools
Reminder - Ipad rollout begins Monday, August 31 at 9:00 a.m. For more information, please visit the "News" section on our website or click the following link. https://tinyurl.com/y6y43bj4
6 months ago, Wood County Schools
Wood County Schools
Reminder - Ipad rollout begins Monday, August 31 at 9:00 a.m. For more information, please visit the "News" section on our website or click the following link. https://tinyurl.com/y6y43bj4
6 months ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
It was a great first week back for the Lubeck staff! Over the next week we will be sharing specific details for what re-entry at LES will look like. There will be some adjustments to our daily routines. However, we strive for procedures to be as “normal” as possible while keeping student safety as a priority. With patience, flexibility, and teamwork, re-entry will be a success at Lubeck Elementary. We are on this journey together!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Wood County Schools
Back to School Schedule - Code Yellow - Tuesday, Sept. 8 and Thursday, Sept. 10 students with last names L-Z attend school in person----- Wednesday, Sept. 9 and Friday, Sept. 11 students with last names A-K attend school in person. When students do not attend school in person, our new Schoology platform will be utilized to engage students. Due to September 7 being a holiday, we have modified the schedule for the first week of school to accommodate students with last names A-K on Friday, September 11. For more information, please visit the Wood County Schools website, or click https://tinyurl.com/yy9mmrxv for the schedule summary.
6 months ago, Wood County Schools
Amber Hardman
Important Information-VIRTUAL SCHOOL & BRICK AND MORTAR SCHOOL Virtual Schools Registration is now CLOSED. If you would like to get on the waiting list, please contact Shelia Belcher at the Wood County Board of Education. Please remember that if you choose to do virtual school, you need a reliable internet connection. Virtual School students will not becoming to the building at all. Virtual School is very rigorous and requires high student motivation and parent involvement. We would love to answer any questions you may have about sending your child to Lubeck or keeping them at home to do virtual school. Please remember virtual school is a computer based program on the grade level of the student. There will not be a “live” teacher teaching your child. Your child will be expected to spend several hours a day working on assignments. Teachers will be available to answer questions in the evenings. Students not doing virtual school, will be coming to school two days per week and will be given assignments to do at home on the days they are not here at Lubeck. If you have decided that virtual school is not for your Lubeck student, please e-mail amber.hardman@k12.wv.us or call the school to be placed in a face-to-face classroom. We are here to help!
6 months ago, Amber Hardman
Will Hosaflook
Reminder - On Monday, August 24-September 3, Wood County Schools will be providing breakfast and lunch for all students. Meals can be picked up each day from your student's home school. All meals must be pre-ordered starting today, August 19th at 9:00 a.m. through Friday, August 21 at 12:00 p.m. Please visit www.woodcountyschoolswv.com , then click menu and wellness to complete the form. You can also find the meal flyer under the "News" feed or https://5il.co/jmzy
6 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Wood County Schools
In preparation of the Wood County Schools iPad distribution on August 31 - September 3, please take time to review the student acceptable use policy(AUP). This will help expedite the iPad distribution process at our schools. For the K-2 AUP, click https://5il.co/hx3i For the 3-12 AUP, click https://5il.co/hx3h As a reminder, the iPad rollout schedule is as follows: Wood County Schools will provide iPads to students in grades Kindergarten – 12. IPads will be distributed August 31 – September 3; parents/guardians must accompany students to pick up iPads from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, following this schedule: August 31: Students with last names A-K September 1: Students with last names L-Z September 2: Students with last names A-K September 3: Students with last names L-Z Both the parent/guardian and student must sign/agree to the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) agreement before the iPad can be taken home. Students who do not pick up an iPad August 31 – September 3 will be assigned an iPad on September 8 or September 9; however, the iPad will not be able to be taken home until both the student and parent/guardian signs the AUP.
7 months ago, Wood County Schools
Wood County Schools
Technology Update: Wood County Schools will provide iPads to students in grades Kindergarten – 12. IPads will be distributed August 31 – September 3; parents/guardians must accompany students to pick up iPads from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, following this schedule: August 31: Students with last names A-K September 1: Students with last names L-Z, September 2: Students with last names A-K, September 3: Students with last names L-Z. Parents must accompany students to pick up an iPad at the school in which the students are enrolled. Both the parent/guardian and student must sign/agree to the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) agreement before the iPad can be taken home. Students who do not pick up an iPad August 31 – September 3 will be assigned an iPad on September 8 or September 9; however, the iPad will not be able to be taken home until both the student and parent/guardian signs the AUP.
7 months ago, Wood County Schools
Will Hosaflook
Technology Update - Wood County Schools will provide iPads to students in grades Kindergarten – 12. IPads will be distributed August 31 – September 3; parents/guardians must accompany students to pick up iPads from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, following this schedule: August 31: Students with last names A-K September 1: Students with last names L-Z September 2: Students with last names A-K September 3: Students with last names L-Z Parents must accompany students to pick up an iPad at the school in which the students are enrolled. Both the parent/guardian and student must sign/agree to the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) agreement before the iPad can be taken home. Students who do not pick up an iPad August 31 – September 3 will be assigned an iPad on September 8 or September 9; however, the iPad will not be able to be taken home until both the student and parent/guardian signs the AUP.
7 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Will Hosaflook
Good morning, last evening the Wood County BOE approved the revised 2020-2021 school calendar. The calendar can be found on our website at woodcountyschoolswv.com then click "menu" then "COVID -19". Also, the WCBOE approved our draft re-entry to school plan, which is subject to change as new guidelines are being established each day. The draft re-entry plan can be found on our website in the "News" feed. Please take time to review the re-entry plan and provide feedback so changes can be considered. As of tonight, Wood County Schools will begin school September 8 in the "yellow" phase and will continue in "yellow" for the first three (3) weeks. On September 21/22, after analyzing community data related to COVID-19, we will make an informed decision to hopefully go "green" (5 days) beginning Monday, September 28. Please continue to follow all safety protocols to help our school system return to normal as quickly as possible. Stay safe and healthy. Have a great day.
7 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Will Hosaflook
Good evening, To better prepare for the upcoming fall semester, Wood County Schools is seeking an accurate number of students who would like to participate in a full-time virtual school program.  Students would be a Wood County student choosing to take their classes online in a rigorous, web-based learning environment.  The virtual school teachers are West Virginia teachers teaching West Virginia content standards.  Students will still be able to participate in extracurricular (sports, clubs) and co-curricular activities (Band, ROTC) as would any other student.  This is not an easier pathway, but a different pathway to utilize during these uncertain times.  The program is for students in grades K -12 interested in a virtual school learning environment.  If interested in pursuing the virtual school option for your child, please visit our webpage woodcountyschoolswv.com, click “Menu”, “Parents and Students”, “Virtual School”. You can also email Jason Potts at jason.potts@k12.wv.us for more information. Please stay safe and healthy - Have a wonderful evening.
7 months ago, Will Hosaflook
Wood County Schools
Check out this flyer to see where food boxes will be available for pickup near you on Wednesday, April 22!
10 months ago, Wood County Schools