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Cupcake Club

Cupcake Club

Food drive
Food drive
Cookies with Counselor
Cookies With Counselor
Rubik's Cube competition
Rubik's Cube Competition
Math students.
2nd grade Christmas program.
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving feast
Book Character Day
Mustang head
1st grade feast
Red Ribbon Week

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Library Book Cart!

Our Library Book Cart is ready for students! We are excited to offer a book cart stocked full of books for students to check out and read over the summer. Students may come up to campus, browse the cart (located right outside of our front office), check out 1-2 books, and take them home to read. Once they have finished reading the books, students can come back, check out more and take them home. We have books of all different levels and genres, so come check it out! We also have bags of free books for students to take home and keep. Let's make this a summer full of reading!
Library Book Cart for students at LSRO!

Summer Bingo

Click on Summer Bingo above, and join us in some fun Summer Bingo! Our Bingo board is full of exciting activities for your child to enjoy this summer. Join in and have some summer fun!

Mustang Math Camp

Mustang Math Camp is returning to LSRO summer 2018! Click for more information and to print a registration form.
Math camp

Life School Holds District Elementary Science Fair

(RED OAK, TX) February 9, 2018 – Life School, a leading North Texas charter school serving over 5,600 students, held its third annual District Elementary Science Fair at its Red Oak campus on February 9th. Fifty-seven students in grades 3-6 from five of Life School’s campuses competed, with awards going to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place at each grade level. Each student in these grade levels at Life School’s five campuses was able to present a science project of their choosing based on pre-defined criteria, while allowing them to use their own creativity to develop their individualized project as part of this hands-on learning experience. “The goal of our Annual District Science Fair is to provide students with an authentic experience that will enable them to think critically while building upon their own problem-solving and communication skills,” said Melissa Brown, Life School District Elementary Science Coordinator. This year’s first place winners were: 3rd Grade, Joey Speck (Life School Red Oak); 4th Grade, Mercy Garcia (Life School Mountain Creek); 5th Grade; Annalise Sanchez (Life School Red Oak); 6th Grade, Christian Shedd (Life School Red Oak).

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Joy Shepherd has worked in the field of education for seventeen years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas and taught for several years before coming to Life School. While teaching in the Life School district she earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University. In 2010 she helped open the Cedar Hill campus as the Assistant Principal/Counselor. She enjoys serving students, parents and staff at Life School. 
Joy is happily married and has two fun-loving children.