Know God, Seek Wisdom, Serve Others

Ugly & Not -So-Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Christmas Angels and Lambs of LAA

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STARTING JANUARY 27th

OFFERING IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION

 

Office hours: 

8:30am - 3:00pm   Monday - Thursday

Friday 8:30am - 2:00pm

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school office is open for essential business only. You CAN reach our school office by calling 503-363-9408 for more assistance or information. For financial concerns or questions, you can reach Mr. Starr by calling the school office or by email at: estarr@laaonline.org

LIVINGSTONE

SEE'S CANDY SHOP

See’s Candy has become a tradition in the American culture. And Valentine’s Day is no exception to the tradition. February 14, each year, has become a day to remember someone special in the lives of many. Historically, this special day is celebrated by giving sweets to one’s sweetheart with the added benefit of a percentage of the proceeds being made available for PFE Student Scholarships.
 
Livingstone Adventist Academy is venturing to set up a See’s Candy Online Scholarship Shop. Go to www.livingstone.academy/waystohelp and click on the Livingstone See’s Candy Shop link at the bottom of the page.
 
  • Online purchasing at “Livingstone See’s Candy Shop”
  • Product shipped directly to you from See’s Candy
  • Up 50% of the proceeds are credited to Livingstone See’s Candy Shop
  • The Valentine Day season will allow for orders to be placed from January 5 through January 29, 2021
  • Online savings, products you already purchase, benefits students
ORDER YOUR SEE'S CANDY NOW!!

APPLY 

for the 2020-21 school year

* FACTS application fee for new students $25

* FACTS application fee for returning students $10

** District Code: LA-OR

LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL PERSONIUS JANUARY 14, 2021

Dear Livingstone Families,


All indications from Governor Kate Brown, Oregon Department of Education and Oregon Health Authority indicate that Oregon schools are moving to re-opening. The wait is over, we made it!

Livingstone Adventist Academy is planning to begin in-person instruction the first day of our second semester, which is Jan. 27. We will continue to offer Comprehensive Distance Learning only for those students who are medically at-risk, sick, quarantined, or families that are concerned of

possible Covid-19 risk to their child or other family members in their household. All other students and their families should plan to have their child(ren) attending school regularly beginning Jan. 27th. We are asking that if you are considering keeping your child at home for distance learning under the reasons covered that you first contact the school office and receive verbal approval to do so. Generally, we have noted that students who are attending school in person are experiencing more success.


All Covid-19 safety measures published by Oregon Department of Education and Oregon Health Authority such as, keeping students at home when they are sick, quarantining students if they are experiencing primary Covid-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone with Covid-19, health screening students and staff members when they arrive on campus, washing hands frequently, wearing a mask, distancing, smaller group or cohort sizes, and cleanings will remain in place.

Since we will continue to offer Comprehensive Distance Learning we will move to a modified in-person schedule whereby all Elementary and High School students will begin school at 8:30 am. Elementary and High School students will continue to enter through the two separate entrances they have been using. Morning health screenings will continue. We ask that students not arrive or enter

the building earlier than 15 minutes before school starts as we will not be operating morning or afternoon day care at this time. We ask that students be picked up promptly after school and that high school students who are driving leave promptly after their last class to avoid distancing or cohort mixing issues.

Elementary (pre-k-8th grades) schedule will be 8:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Fridays.


High School second semester schedules will be sent to high school students through their school email addresses by the end of this week. We will begin offering afternoon electives to High School students starting Jan. 27. High school hours will be:

  • Monday-Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-2:35 p.m. (no elective)

  • Monday-Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-3:25 p.m. (if enrolled in an elective)

  • Friday; 8:30 a.m.-12:25 p.m. (no elective)

  • Friday; 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (if enrolled in an elective)

We are also very excited to announce that our very own Chef, Ben McCormick will be re-joining us and begin serving simple hot lunches starting Jan. 27. Price for hot lunches will remain the same as last year at $3.50. If you wish to have your child begin receiving hot lunch, please come by the school office to make arrangements with Pam Naylor, Office Manager.


We are also hearing the positive news that Centers for Disease Control in communication with local health authorities have increased eligibility, starting Jan. 23, to receive a voluntary Covid-19 vaccination. School employees, those 65 or older or those 18 or older with medical conditions that put them at medically at-risk are to be included in this group. More information is sure to come through local news feeds on this, but we are pleased to see this news align with schools re-opening.


We look forward to seeing most all of our students return to an increased in-person schedule Jan. 27 and the expanding opportunities this will afford our students and their families. We feel blessed at LAA to have large rooms to spread our students out in. We hear that a return to near full-time school is simply not possible for other large schools in our area. Therefore, we ask that you let other families know about the in-person opportunity here at LAA. They may have students who find virtual or hybrid learning a struggle. We ask you to encourage them to contact Livingstone Adventist Academy considering the Academy to be their new school.


Praise the Lord for his many blessings!


Sincerely,
 

Mr. Personius

Principal, Livingstone Adventist Academy

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