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    May 31, 2018
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Lewis-Palmer School District #38 Staff Spotlight: Eric WalI Lewis-Palmer School District's Safety and Security Specialist has the safety of our students and staff on his mind each dav. Eric Wall serves n the specialist capacity while also filling the Palmer Ridge High School building manager role, a position he has filled since the school opened ten years ago He worked at Creekside Middle School and Kilmer Elementary school prior to moving to PRHS LPSD Upcoming Events Growing up with an Air Force dad in Colorado and later in Texas), Eric believes in training. He assists in training district staff in reunification, each school's individual Emergency Operating Plan, Standard Response Protocols, radio protocols, When in Doubt training, and he maintains the district's fire and safety dril records. Eric also oversees upkeep for the emergency backpacks, lockdown bags, and the radio systems in each school June 2: Tri-Lakes Lions Club Kids Fishing Derby 8 a.m., Palmer Lake June 18: Board of Education Meeting, 6 p.m When Wall works in various buildings, he reminds staff and students that if they see something, they need to say something. Everyone throughout the district is asked to be aware of who is in their building and to let their front office know if something doesn't seem right. Wall believes that safety is everyone's concern and each person needs to exercise situational awareness. Eric recommends that staff and students have a go-ki at home in case of an emergency. This kit can be grabbed quickly and holds pertinent items July 4: District Closed July 4: Palmer Lake July 4th Fun Run, 7 am Palmer Lake such as prescriptions, important papers, clothing, food, a flashlight, flash drive, etc August 20: Board of Education Meeting, 6 p.m Eric Wall embodies servant lcadership. In addition to his commitment to LPSD, he is also the pastor of a local church (Lifegate Baptist) and fills the role of Santa for children of PRHS staff members at their August 21: First Day of School annual holiday party Homeschoolers: Come investigate the Lewis-Palmer School District Homcschool Enrichment Academy free weckly program for homeschooled students, grades K-8, that includes: Music, Art, Drama, PE, Science, Field Trips, and more Home School Eurichment Academy Open Houses Tuesday, August 7, 5-7 p.m. Monday, August 13, 10-12 a.m. Thursday, A 6, 6-8 p.m. Wedncsday, August 22, 6-8 p. All Open Houses are held at the Grace Best Education Center, 66 Jefferson Street, Monument (Please use the Adams Street Entrance) 719-640-6392 w ww.len spalmerorg/hsea awse.