Welcome to Leonardtown Elementary School - Home of the Ospreys
Leonardtown Elementary is directly located near downtown Historic Leonardtown, Maryland and The Leonardtown Wharf waterfront park, convenient for walking field trips. We are also located in close proximity to Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Each year, our staff, students, and families show our pride for our veterans through participation in the annual Leonardtown Veterans Day parade. Our 5th graders participate in the What Veterans Day Means to Me Essay Contest where they get to share heartfelt gratitude for the many sacrifices our service members and families make each and every day.
The students, staff, and administration of Leonardtown Elementary welcome you to our website! We are confident that you will find the information on this site useful and that you will learn about what makes Leonardtown Elementary a special place. Please come visit and observe first-hand the warm, caring, and student-centered school that has been created through a partnership among teachers, staff, parents, students, and community members.
Student success is the goal of every teacher and staff member at Leonardtown Elementary. Teachers are devoted to utilizing research-based practices to guide every student, every day to reach their full potential. We are committed to a focus on a growth mindset, respect, responsibility, and safety, and we focus on these values each and every day. We recognize and celebrate the diverse learning styles, interests, talents, and cultures of our students and strive to offer a rich variety of meaningful learning experiences that will inspire thinkers and confident learners.
Leonardtown Elementary has an active PTA committed to making a difference for all students and families! We encourage and welcome all families to participate in our school community through volunteering, or attending and supporting our school events.
Thank you for your interest in Leonardtown Elementary and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Main Office at 301-475-0250 ext. 31103.
Input is being gathered about the 2018-2019 Calendar. This site has information and a survey to share with staff, parents/guardians, and stakeholders. The calendar committee will convene at the beginning of November to review the input gathered from the survey to develop recommendations for the 2018-2019 school year calendar.
Bus Stop and School Locator
Bus stop locations and times can be found using this link: http://elocator.smcps.org/elinkrp/search.aspx
Step 1: Select the student's grade
Step 2: Enter the student's address information
Step 3: Click the Find School/Transportation Info button
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Department of Transportation at 301-475-4256 and select option 2.
Primary Report Card information: You may have noticed that the primary report card for grades Pre-K to 2 is designed to provide feedback on your child's progress toward the learning standards for the grade level. Our goal is to provide you with meaningful feedback to help your child learn and grow. To learn more about the standards-based report card, visit the website link below. This site also has a link to a survey to give us feedback. Please contact Mrs. Quick-McQueen or Mr. DiRenzo with any questions and/or concerns. Thank you.