Valley Ridge Elementary School

Red Ribbon Week!!  Monday-wear red   Tuesday-crazy socks  Wednesday-super hero shirt   Thursday-Halloween colors    Friday-crazy hair

Upcoming Events

Field Day
Date: 10/31/2014
Red Ribbon Week
Date: 10/31/2014
Student Council-Stuff the Pantry
Date: 11/3/2014
Science Club
Date: 11/3/2014, 2:55 PM 3:45 PM
Student Council-Stuff the Pantry
Date: 11/4/2014
Student Council-Stuff the Pantry
Date: 11/5/2014
Student Council Meeting
Date: 11/5/2014, 3 PM 3:25 PM

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5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know About Drug Abuse

</a><a href="http://lisd.net/community/5things.pdf">5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know About Drug Abuse</a> In the spirit of Red Ribbon Week, Southern Denton County communities and businesses came together to provide a conversation starter to help families talk with their children about drug use. Learn the 5 top things parents need to know.
Netsmartz Tips week of October 27
5 positive things you can do on social networking sites:
1. Create a family photo album – what better way to keep your distant relative up-to-date on your activities.
2. Champion a cause – From animal rights to bullying awareness, social networking sites are the place to go for social activities.
3. Join a group – connect and discuss your interests with like-minded people.
4. Market a talent – Stars are born every day online. No need to move to California to pursue that recording contract; with one hit video the producers will come to you.
5. Find a college – Make an informed decision about where to go to school by chatting with current students and faculty.
LHS Annual Halloween Carnival - Oct. 27
Lewisville High School is hosting its annual Halloween Carnival Monday, Oct. 27 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. in the gym and cafeteria. The event is free to attend. Among the fun will be a duck pond, petting zoo, darts, cotton candy, cake walk, fishing, gold fish ping pong, face painting and slides. Tickets for games and food will be $.50 each.
Netsmartz Tips - week of October 20
5 ways to be smarter than the SMARTPHONE…
1. Be a parent and a resource. Establish clear guidelines, including time limits and consequences for inappropriate behavior, but be open so your child will come to you with any problems.
2. Set up password protection. This will keep everyone but you and your child from accessing personal information stored on the phone.
3. Update the operating system. New versions often contain important security fixes.
4. Approve apps before they are downloaded. Make sure you understand their capabilities and approve their content.
5. Understand location services. GPS features are useful when using maps, but you’ll want to disable location-tagging when your child posts anything online.
LISD Announces 16th Annual Veterans Day Celebration
Join Us As We Honor Our Veterans
Lewisville ISD Oct. 17 Ebola Statement and FAQ
Thank You for Your Feedback
Thank you for sharing your concerns regarding the parent letter we sent about the Ebola virus. We would like to assure you that Lewisville ISD is taking all directives from the Denton County Health Department and will continue to remain in close contact with the health agencies at the local, state and federal levels.
Updated Lewisville ISD Health Notice - Oct. 16, 2014
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