School News

Thanksgiving Break


Thanksgiving break is fast approaching and Larsen students are ready to gobble until they wobble.  There will be no school held on November 21-23 that week.  We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving and travel safe!

Halloween Parade


Just a reminder that the Larsen Elementary Halloween Parade tomorrow will start at 1:00 PM.  Parents are invited to stand in front of the school on the grassy area and also along the drop off lanes to watch.  We will start with kindergarten and continue on with grade levels in numerical order.  We hope to see you there.........if you DARE.  It's going to be SPOOKY!

Reflections Winners


There were so many amazing PTA Reflections enteries from our talented Larsen students this year.  Thank you students for all your hard work and creativity that you put into your projects.  The winners that will be moving onto the district level in each catagory are as follows:

Photograpy:  Cael Gardner and Emma Thompson

Literature:  Ayla Gibson, Tate Waters, Abby Hall, Kaylin Murphy and Brook Ridge

3D Visual Arts: Evelyn Gause, Semorra Ricardez, Jacob Baxter, Kyla Warren, Ashley Stubbs, Ben Weidlein

2D Visual Arts: Kaesia Wagstaff,  Archer Wagstaff, Memre Gause, Lily Pyne, Aislyn Hunter, Lexi Jackson


Halloween Parade


It's almost that Halloween time of year again.  Larsen Elementary is excited for all the witches, skeletons, ghouls and all the other spooks to come to our haunted school!

We want to remind parents that the Halloween parade will begin at 1:00 PM.  You are invited to stand in front of the school to watch the your students go by beginning with kindergarten.  Please remember that masks can only be worn during the parade and NO weapons are allowed.

Red Ribbon Week Begins October 22


We are kicking off our Red Ribbon Week October 22-26.  Here are the fun days planned:

Monday:  "Proud to Be Drug Free".  Wear RED to help kick off the week.

Tuesday:  "Wake Up Drug Free".  Students can wear Pajamas to school.

Wednesday: "Team Up Against Drugs".  Wear your favorite sports team shirt of jersey.

Thursday: "It's Crazy to Do Drugs".  Students can dress crazy like mismatched clothes, socks, shoes, hairstyles, backwards, etc.

Friday: "My future is Too Bright for Drugs".  Wear Neon Colors