Lakeway

Elementary School

  • Common Questions

     

     

    Q: What time does school start and end?
    A.  LWE opens at 7:20am for student drop off. School begins at 7:40am. Assembly starts at 7:35am. School dismisses at 2:50pm.

    Q:  What time is my child's lunch?

    A:  Please visit your child's teacher's website where you can see their daily schedule, including lunch time.

     

    Q:  Can I change my child's transportation?

    A:  Yes, before 12pm. Click here to download the Change in Student Transportation Form.


    Q:  When should I keep my child home from school?
    A:  Please keep children home if ANY of the these symptoms are present:  temperature 100.4 or above, vomiting, diarrhea, red or draining eyes, undiagnosed rash, severe sore throat, cough or headache. Children must be fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication, like Tylenol or Motrin, before they can return to school.

     

    Q:  What illness is going around at LWE?

    A: Please check the Nurse's webpage for weekly updates about current health concerns at Lakeway Elementary. Click on “Nurse” under site shortcuts on the main LWE webpage, then click on “What’s going around at LWE?”

     

    Q:  What do I do when my child is absent from school?  What do I do if my child has a medical appointment?

    A:  Attendance is taken each day at 10:00 am. If your child leaves campus before, or comes in after, 10:00 am they are considered absent for the day. Call the school and report your child’s absence every time that they are out. Send a note when they return to school. This may be a written note, email, or doctor’s note if you had a medical appointment. A doctor's note is required after 5 days.

    If your child has a medical appointment during the school day and attends school before or after the appointment, a note from the health care provider must be submitted when the student returns to school. This ensures the student can be counted as present for the day of the appointment.

    Regular school attendance is essential for a student to make the most of his/her education. Students and parents should make every effort to avoid unnecessary absences.

     

    Q:  What is extended care? How do I register?

    A:  Extended Care is an after school child care service provided at all Lake Travis ISD elementary campuses for children enrolled in Pre-K through 5th grade. Certified teachers, teacher assistants and monitors supervise the children at all times. Extended Care is in session each school day, offering child care from 2:45-6:00pm. Please go to the extended care website or you can also contact our Extended Care Director, Julie Wilson, at 533-6359 if you have any questions.

     

    Q:  What is DI?

    A:  The Destination Imagination (DI) program encourages teams of learners to have fun, take risks, focus and frame challenges while incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), the arts, and service learning. Our participants learn patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, creativity, and the collaborative problem solving process.

     

    Q:  How can I get involved in DI?

    A:  You may start your own team, which will require a commitment from September to February. For more information, please refer to http://www.destinationimagination.org/ or contact Vanessa Malone, LWE DI Coordinator, at malonev@ltisdschools.org.

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