Upcoming Dates: Thursday, August 25th - Meet Troy Isley, Assembly and Meet & Greet Wednesday, September 7th - Nuts and Bolts (Zoom) Meeting Friday, September 9th - Back to School Family Party Thursday, September 15th - Back To School event (in person)
Welcome back to our Lyles-Crouch Lions, faculty and staff! We look forward to another fantastic year together.
Meet Troy Isley, Assembly and Meet & Greet Thursday, August 25th 1:30 pm - Student Assembly 2:40 pm - Playground Meet & Greet We have an exciting guest speaker on Thursday, August 25th, coming to school for a student assembly, and joining us subsequently for a playground meet + greet: Troy Isley! Troy Isley is a champion boxer, Olympian, and LCTA grad coming to talk to students on Thursday afternoon about not giving up in the face of big challenges and following your dreams. He will later join us at the school playground after school for an awesome meet + greet opportunity with popsicles and pictures! Don't miss out!
Back to School Party @ LCTA Playground Friday, September 9th 5:30 - 7:30 pm Come kick off the new school year with us! The LCTA PTA invites you to our Back to School party on Friday, September 9th. Bring your own picnic-style food and drinks and enjoy fun times with great friends old and new. There will be music by DJ Adolf Wright as well as Kona Ice for sale.
Sign up for PTA It's been a busy last few weeks for the Lyles-Crouch Parent Teacher Association (PTA)! From welcome back decorations, staff appreciation events, balloons, signs, flyers, Sprout school supplies, and Uniform Locker we want this to be the best possible experience for our kids. If you haven't done so, please show your support by signing up for the PTA. Only $10 per parent/guardian for the entire school year https://lyles-crouch.memberhub.com/store
Lyles-Crouch in the News! Lyles-Crouch was recently in The Washington Post. Read below:
Kindergarten teacher Lindsey Lienau reads “The Night Before Kindergarten” to her students during a kindergarten orientation at Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy in Alexandria, Va., on Aug. 19, 2022. (Craig Hudson for The Washington Post)
Parents and teachers cautiously optimistic for new school yearAcross the Washington region, thousands of children are getting ready to return to school. Teachers are preparing lessons and setting up their classrooms. Parents are booking last-minute doctor's appointments for children behind on routine vaccinations.