The Lionsgate community is truly awesome! Our donors gave a total of $5,090 on Give to the Max Day! That is excellent for a school our size! A sincere and warm thank you to everyone for your support and generosity. All who have donated and helped set up Give to the Max Day has made all the difference in making the fundraiser a heartfelt and memorable one. Your gifts go beyond measure and mean a lot to our school. If you would still like to make a year end donation, please visit the Lionsgate Foundation website at lionsgatefoundation.org. Thanks again for your participation on Give to the Max Day!
Thanks to all who came out on Saturday to support the Lionsgate Academy Barnes & Noble Bookfair. If you weren’t able to make it out, you still have a chance to support by shopping online through Thursday, November 12. Shop online at www.bn.com and when it’s time to check out, just mark that it’s for a book fair and enter the bookfair ID 11719093. LGA will receive a percentage of those online sales.
Thanks for supporting this great fundraiser for Lionsgate Academy!
Please join us for the PAC/SEAC meeting on November 20th at 6:30 p.m. Drop your student (grades 7-12) off at the Fall Ball and then head down to the MPR. We will have a potluck and social gathering. Two of our teachers from the AIM 18-21 Transitions program will also be joining us to talk about AIM and the collaborative role between parents and teachers in ensuring a smooth transition into a new program. If your student is a first year AIM student or is a current 11th/12th grade student considering AIM for the future, please plan to attend. Please RSVP with Susan Hillman (at email@example.com) confirming attendance and what food item you’ll bring to share with the group. Contact Emily Kafle (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Lionsgate Academy’s AIM Program will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, November 5th from 6-8 p.m. The event will be held at AIM; the address is:
2342 Helen Street North, North St.Paul, 55109.
Lionsgate Academy’s 11th/12th grade students and families are encouraged to attend the Open House. Community members who have supported AIM and/or are looking to partner with AIM in the future, are invited as well. We ask that families please RSVP with Emily Richards at email@example.com or call 651-348-6574.
The Minnesota Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities is preparing the next five-year plan and they need input from people with developmental disabilities, family members, and professionals/providers. The Council invites you to complete this survey to gather input for our next Five Year State Plan. They are repeating a similar survey from 2000, 2005 and 2010 to gather valuable information about important issues. The information you share will be kept confidential. The survey is available here. All online surveys should be completed and submitted by November 1, 2015.