Eighth grade Lancaster Elsie Robertson Middle School student, Kaiden Drain, won the 2018 Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest held by the Dallas Martin Luther King Community Center. He was the middle school division winner. He competed against other junior high students of Dallas County.
In January, we took off running in the direction of higher achievement and greater success. We hosted our annual male mentorship summit, the 2018 class from Leadership Southwest and a site visit from the H-E-B Finalist judges panel. These are just a few of the wonderful happenings of January 2018. We definitely expect greater things to occur during this semester.
Please know that your involvement and decision to allow us to shape your children to successfully thrive in society, achieve self-sustaining success and leave a lasting legacy fills us with appreciation and gratitude.
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All members of the community are encouraged to join students and staff by taking the online pledge to allocate 15 minutes each day to reading this month.
The criteria of the challenge encourages reading together as a family, reading before bed time, participating in read-aloud activities with family and/or friends, visiting the City of Lancaster Veterans Memorial Library or your local library to check out a new book.