School News

No School Held on MLK Day


We wanted to remind parents that there is no school on Monday, January 21st for Martin Luther King Day observance.  It will resume back on Tuesday the 22nd. 

1st Grade Makes Play Doh Cakes


Our district art specialist, Christine Palmer, visited Mrs. Bates class and they made some little cakes with Play-Doh.  She introduced an artist from Utah that paints food to the class and then let the students creat their own masterpieces.  We all love how they turned out! 

Bright Ideas Beginning January 26th

Bright Ideas "Innovation Station" will begin here at Larsen Elementary on Saturday, January 26th.  Cost is $15 per class or $35 for all three.  Please refer to the flyer for more information.

Christmas Cheer Comes to Larsen


Larsen students had a fun-filled Leopard Pride assembly and sing-a-long today. Our school choir, directed by Mrs. Taylor,  also performed some Christmas carols for us.  We had Buddy the Elf, Grinch and "L" the Leopard visit too.  Some of our amazing students and staff won awards for making a difference at our school.  We are full of Christmas cheer here at Larsen.  Merry Christmas to all of our Larsen families!

Santa Visits Larsen Elementary


Larsen Elementary had a special visitor during our Christmas singing time.  Santa popped in and surprised the students as they were singing Christmas carols.  There were loud cheers from every grade as he smiled and waved at everyone.  Santa then went to each class and gave a candy cane to all the children.  Thank you Santa for visiting our school and bringing more Christmas cheer!