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Luxford is in the News!!!

Check out all the press the swim program has had!
Channel 3 News Story (WTKR)
The Virginian-Pilot Pictures
VBCPS Blog

Get Lost in a Book

Phyllis C. Hunter in her book, It's Not Complicated!, refers to getting lost in a book as an intrinsic joy. We have proof that all Luxford Dragons are getting lost in a book. Come try and find your child's picture in our display!

5th Grade Students Visit Virginia Wesleyan College

For our Academic Reception, students in 5th grade took a field trip to Virginia Wesleyan College. The 21 students, with some parents, were given a tour of the college campus. There is a global understanding that our students must have high expectations and self-confidence with regard to plans for their future which may include college and or career plans. A college campus tour makes sense. We want to hit the ground running with giving our students a sense of future. We will also be travelling to Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University.
"The future depends on what you do today." --Mahatma Gandhi

Virginia Opera Comes to Luxford Elementary

The Virginia Opera is coming to Luxford Elementary School on Wednesday, November 26th. They will be performing The Empress and the Nightingale for all students in grades 1-5 at 9:00 in the cafeteria. The Empress and the Nightingale is an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's classic children's story of a small bird sharing her gift of song. With a cast of three performing original music, this opera vividly teaches the value of music performed live and how humans cannot control nature.

2nd Grade Swim Program

The second graders at Luxford are currently heading to the Williams Farm Recreation Center for a swimming program. The students are broken up by boys and girls and will attend 9 swimming sessions during their PE time.

Amy O'Connor - Luxford Elementary's Reading Teacher of the Year!!!

First grade teacher, Amy O'Connor, was named Luxford Elementary's Reading Teacher of the Year. This is Mrs. O'Connor's 11th year of teaching. She has taught for five years in Chesapeake Public Schools, three years in the San Diego Unified School District, and one year in the Department of Defense in Guam. She has taught 10 years in Kindergarten and this is her second year teaching First Grade here at Luxford. Her favorite authors are David Shannon and Robert Munsch because she loves funny stories. Along with Mary Pope Osbourne's Magic Tree House books because the characters have such great adventures.

Family Fun Reading Day

Come one, come all! Luxford Elementary is now hosting parents and guardians for our Family Fun Reading Days. Check the calendar for your students grade level date and times. Come read with your child for 30 minutes, then join them on the running trail for Running Day.

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Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Events

Spring Music Program

Wed Apr 9 (6 pm)

The fifth grade strings will perform at 6 p.m. followed by the fourth grade’s presentation of Music Matters by Teresa Jennings. It will be a wonderful night of celebrating music!

Spring Break

Mon-Fri Apr 14 - 18

School will be closed

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In the News

Luxford is in the News!!!

Check out all the press the swim program has had!
Channel 3 News Story (WTKR)
The Virginian-Pilot Pictures
VBCPS Blog

Get Lost in a Book

Phyllis C. Hunter in her book, It's Not Complicated!, refers to getting lost in a book as an intrinsic joy. We have proof that all Luxford Dragons are getting lost in a book. Come try and find your child's picture in our display!

5th Grade Students Visit Virginia Wesleyan College

For our Academic Reception, students in 5th grade took a field trip to Virginia Wesleyan College. The 21 students, with some parents, were given a tour of the college campus. There is a global understanding that our students must have high expectations and self-confidence with regard to plans for their future which may include college and or career plans. A college campus tour makes sense. We want to hit the ground running with giving our students a sense of future. We will also be travelling to Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University.
"The future depends on what you do today." --Mahatma Gandhi

Virginia Opera Comes to Luxford Elementary

The Virginia Opera is coming to Luxford Elementary School on Wednesday, November 26th. They will be performing The Empress and the Nightingale for all students in grades 1-5 at 9:00 in the cafeteria. The Empress and the Nightingale is an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's classic children's story of a small bird sharing her gift of song. With a cast of three performing original music, this opera vividly teaches the value of music performed live and how humans cannot control nature.

2nd Grade Swim Program

The second graders at Luxford are currently heading to the Williams Farm Recreation Center for a swimming program. The students are broken up by boys and girls and will attend 9 swimming sessions during their PE time.

Amy O'Connor - Luxford Elementary's Reading Teacher of the Year!!!

First grade teacher, Amy O'Connor, was named Luxford Elementary's Reading Teacher of the Year. This is Mrs. O'Connor's 11th year of teaching. She has taught for five years in Chesapeake Public Schools, three years in the San Diego Unified School District, and one year in the Department of Defense in Guam. She has taught 10 years in Kindergarten and this is her second year teaching First Grade here at Luxford. Her favorite authors are David Shannon and Robert Munsch because she loves funny stories. Along with Mary Pope Osbourne's Magic Tree House books because the characters have such great adventures.

Family Fun Reading Day

Come one, come all! Luxford Elementary is now hosting parents and guardians for our Family Fun Reading Days. Check the calendar for your students grade level date and times. Come read with your child for 30 minutes, then join them on the running trail for Running Day.

For More News >>

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