The essential intent of Lafayette School is to foster social emotional growth while working to develop intellectual independence in conventional, creative, and innovative ways.
Our programs and staff pages will provide you with resources and an overview of each program offered at Lafayette School. All of our programs are developed using the Common Core Standards and the District Curriculum. Our teachers then construct their daily lessons using best practices which engage and inspire our students to excel beyond their potential.
Febuary's Book of the Month
Grace loves stories, whether they're from books, movies, or the kind her grandmother tells. So when she gets a chance to play a part in Peter Pan, she knows exactly who she wants to be.
January's Book of the Month
The smallest things can pull us apart-until we learn that friendship is far more powerful than difference.
December's Book of the Month
Jeannie, a Native American girl, learns to find strength, not fear, in her identity as she learns that being different is a good thing.
Think about being generous. What does generosity look like to you?
What Color is Kind? LAF thinks Pink!
We celebrated World Kindness Day, November 13th, through actions and words.
October's Book of the Month
Brian, the main character, seems to go unnoticed until he befriends the new student.
September's Book of the Month
The main character, Unhei, learns to appreciate her culture and her new friends.