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Message from Mrs. Garcia
Dear Lehigh Families,
We are so excited to open school next week and welcome you all back!
School begins on Monday August 9th. School starts at 8:00am and ends at 2:40pm on Monday.
The class lists will be posted this Thursday, August 5th at 4:00pm in front of the office.
This Friday, August 6th we will have a Meet and Greet from 10am-11:00am. Teachers will have their doors open to meet and greet their students. You can bring your child to meet their teacher, see their classroom and take pictures! Please wear a mask to enter the campus, no temperature checks are required.
When school opens on Monday, campus entry is for staff and students only.
Back to School Night will be on Thursday August 12th from 5:30pm-6:30pm.
Thank you! We are excited to welcome you all back on campus Lehigh Lions! Our office is open if you have any questions.
Links for School opening
All students considered homeless or in transition, includes students who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, are afforded certain rights under the law:
Please call your child’s school and ask to speak to the Outreach Consultant or Principal for assistance with this process. You may also call the OMSD Family & Collaborative Services directly at 909-418-6398 or click this link to find out if you qualify for services: Family Support Survey
Lehigh Elementary, a No Excuses University, is a model of excellence in education by creating a culture of achievement. Using teacher collaboration, parental involvement, shared behavior expectations, and positive communication we believe that every student deserves the opportunity to be educated in a way that prepares them for college or a career.