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Friday, April 19, 2013

A Lemonade Stand at Ludlow-Taylor Elementary

lemonade 1 by Lara604
lemonade 1, a photo by Lara604 on Flickr
Like lemonade? Like supporting kids? Then stop by Ludlow-Taylor Elementary's lemonade stand. Cross streets are 7th/6th and G.

This Friday Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School will be proudly participating in the 1st Annual Lemonade Day DC.  This is a nationwide event which works with 4-7th grade students to promote entrepreneurship through the Common Core State Standards. Our Lemonade Stand will be the only one to feature a fully integrated team of students with exceptionalities and neurotypical students. This is a HUGE kudos to the parents, students, and staff of Ludlow-Taylor and their support of ALL students! We will be running the stand from 2:30-3:30 on Friday afternoons thru end of school unless otherwise noted.  Lemonade slushies will be homemade (read: fresh ingredients, not powder mixes!) with various fruit flavors (raspberry, strawberry, etc).  Cost will be between $1.25-$1.50. Students have made full business plans for this event and we are even having a contest between shifts to see who makes the most.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

what was going on at 14th and F this morning. police tape and lots of cops

Anonymous said...

Why is it called Lemonade Day DC if its a national event? Shouldn't it just be called Lemonade Day?

Anonymous said...

Can we get a location or address please? Cross streets are helpful too when posting about events like this. There is never address information on this blog.

H St LL said...

I walked by at about 2:45pm and didn't see any stand set up. I did see on their sign that they had it listed on 4/12... not sure about how often it is.

Its at 7th/6th and G NE

inked said...

H St II,
It's supposed to be every Friday until school ends for the year. I'm assuming they held off on setting up today due to the weather.

inked said...

2:05,
MPD says: "An unknown person directed a laser light into a first floor classroom from outside of the building. First District officers responded and checked the area, after which classes resumed."

H St LL said...

Inked, thanks for the response. Makes sense.