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Lynch Elementary School

Home of the Lynch Lions

Welcome to Lynch Elementary!
School Picture 2014

Mark your Calendar
March 3, Mon Chick-fil-A Family Night 5pm-8pm Parkside Mall
March 7, Fri Read Between the Lions book store 8:05-8:35am
March 12, Wed Report Cards Distributed
March 17, Mon St. Patrick's Day
March 19, Wed Picture Day, Individual & Classroom Groups
March 24-28 Spring Holidays-Schools Closed
March 31, Mon Schools Reopen
April 18, Fri Pro-Development day school closed for students
May 26, Monday Memorial Day Holiday- schools closed
June 4, Wednesday Last Day for Students, Report Cards Distributed

FCAT Reading, Math and Science:
Week 1
Day 1: Monday, April 14th Grades 3, 4 and 5 Reading
Day 2: Tuesday, April 15th Grades 3, 4 and 5 Reading
Week 2
Day 1: Tuesday, April 22nd Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics; Grade 5 Science
Day 2: Wednesday, April 23rd Grades 3 and 4 Mathematics; Grade 5 Science
Grade 5 Only
April 28th-May 2nd: Mathematics (two sessions)
Actual dates TBA

Modified Dress Code
The School Board of Pinellas County APPROVED the change in Dress Code for Lynch Elementary. The mandatory student dress code will consist of skirts, shorts, skorts, pants, and jumpers in navy blue and khaki colors. Shirts will be polo style in navy blue, light blue, gray, white, red or yellow; or a Lynch Lion t-shirt. All other aspects of the Pinellas District Dress Code will be in place.

New School Lunch/Breakfast Information-
The State of Florida is participating in a new program with the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs aimed at streamlining eligibility for free meals - Community Eligibility Option (CEO). Instead of collecting and processing household applications, schools with 40% or higher Directly Certified students (SNAP, TANF, foster or homeless) will provide breakfast and lunch at no charge to ALL students.

1901 - 71st Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 33702-4863

Phone: (727) 570-3170
Fax: (727) 570-3186
Office Hours: 7:30a.m. - 3:30p.m.
School Hours: 8:35a.m. - 2:35p.m.

YMCA Before and After School Care:
6:30a.m. - 6:00p.m.
(727) 895-9622
Grades: Pre-Kindergarten - 5th Grade
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