Hello Larsen Families-
As you've noticed, we've worked this week to make changes to our student drop off procedures. This has been a concern for staff, SCC, PTA, and parents for years. We recently had a parent come to us with an idea that we thought would work, given our short drop off lane and other difficult circumstances that we encounter each morning. Thank you first off to the many patient parents. We appreciate your smiles, waves, and willingness to help improve things for the safety of all students, and know that it would not work as well as it has without you. When we see kids hoping out of cars in the middle of the street, or running through the driving lanes, it just brings worries that we could easily have an injured child as a result. So as we continually work to protect our students, we hope that the extra couple of minutes that it takes to follow our new procedures, will be more than worth it to our families as students will safely arrive at school. The main points of our new procedure: * . Drive as far toward the end of the lane as possible * . Have students only exit their vehicle once the car has stopped pass the final bend in the sidewalk * . The left lane is a drive through, exiting lane only If you have any additional questions or concerns, we welcome them. Please stop by the office and visit with Mrs. Thomas at anytime.
It was fun to have members of the MMHS football team come and read with students at Larsen Elementary in 3rd and 5th grades. A few of the players were even past students of our school and have siblings that attend here. Thank you MMHS football for visiting our school and helping kids enjoy reading.
Come to our PTA sponsored Art Studio and make projects to enter for the Reflections art contest.Wednesday, September 12th at 2:45-3:45 in the lunch room.If you don’t know what Reflections is, or would like to see the official rules for entering, please go to www.utahpta.org/reflections