Events

Chinese New Year Celebration On Thurs., Jan. 19, 5-8p.m.

Join us for a fun and exciting evening of student performances, crafts, and Chinese food at the Main Campus!

Xīnnián kuàilè! (新年快乐) means Happy New Year! It's pronounced "sshin-nyen kwhy-luh." 2017 is a Year of the Rooster. Years of a Rooster include 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, and 2029; your Chinese zodiac sign is a rooster if you were born in those years. Roosters are trustworthy, hardworking, tender, determined, quick-witted, and compassionate.

Traditionally, families begin cleaning their homes and preparing for the festivities about a week or so before. The actual start of the 15-day Chinese New Year celebration is January 28. Learn more at http://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/festivals/new-year-facts.htm.

Bring your entire family for this school-wide celebration honoring the year of the rooster. Free; donations accepted.

The Performance Schedule (all times approximate):

5:10-Chinese Immersion Xu Laoshi’s Kindergarteners dance
福星高照 “Fu Xing Gao Zhao” (My Lucky Star)

5:16-Chinese Immersion Fang Laoshi’s Kindergarteners dance
荷塘月色 "He Tang Yue Se " (Lotus Pond Under The Moon)

5:25-Language Ambassadors perform

6:05-All of 1st grade sings
“Xinnian Hao” (Happy New Year)

6:15-All of 2nd grade sings
“Zhao Peng You / Mo Li Hua” (Where Are My Little Friends / Jasmine Flower)

6:25-All of 3rd grade sings
“Gong Xi, Gong Xi”  (Good Wishes)

6:45-Traditional Chinese Lion Dance

7:25-4th grade sings (with Spark Choir 4th graders)
“Yi Jian Mei” (One Plum Blossom)

7:35-5th grade sings (with Spark Choir 5th graders)
“Tong Yi Shou Ge” (The Same Old Song)

7:45-Closure

Conferences, Chili, & Lost and Found

Hannah Caring

It's Conference time! Students and teachers have been busily preparing to show off all that they have done this fall, as well as all they hope to do for the remainder of the year. Please make sure that you have signed up for both your Lower School AND Upper School student. If you are unable to make your conference, please arrange an alternate time with the teacher directly. Specialist teachers will be at Main Campus and would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have. Watch the next edition of the LILA Update for a link to their fall newsletter!

 

October Lost and Found

While at Main Campus, don't forget to check out two main attractions: the Book Fair (Library) and Lost & Found (below the cafeteria). While the above picture sure looks beautiful and organized, we do hope that all those lost items find their owners. The Book Fair will be open Tuesday from 3pm-8pm and Wednesday from 8am-3pm.

 

It's not too late to donate an item for the PTO Chili Cook-Off! Sign up at the following link so our very appreciative teachers don't go hungry! 

 From us at LILA, have a great long weekend, and we'll see your well-rested, healthy kids back at school on Monday!

 

Picture Days: Lower School - Oct. 4 & 5; Upper School - Oct. 5

Smile! Picture days are coming soon!

Kinder Prep and Lower School students (grades K-5) will have their pictures taken October 4 and 5. Check with your teacher for exact information.

Upper School students (grades 6-12) will have their pictures taken October 5.

Use this link to order pictures when you receive your Portrait ID and Access Code from your proof sheet:

http://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/pictureDayId/MI196094Y0

Upper School Information Sessions For Parents

Learn about the Upper School curriculum, activities, and class registration process for grades 6-12. Join us at the Headwaters Campus, 19850 Fenway Ave. N., in Forest Lake, for an informational presentation.

  • Tues., May 9, 8:30 a.m.

Sign up for a session here. For more information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 651-464-8989.