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Hello L.E.S. Families!
The first quarter of the school year is coming to a close. What an exciting quarter it has been for our school community! Students and teachers have been busy at work and what a busy quarter it has been learning new things. Our first quarter goal as a school has focused on CONNECTING. Some examples have been Back to School/Movie Night, Parent Conferences, and Fall Carnival! Most of our more than ten after school programs are up and running and students are reaping the benefits of the extracurricular activities and the support of our teachers and volunteer sponsors.
This quarter, we are looking toward our goal of BELONGING to further promote and support school community engagement. As we enter the season of giving, LES will sponsor two school community service projects in November: “LES Can’s Hunger” Food Drive and “Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief”. Students will also participate in the Veterans Day Parade activities on November 11th.
Leonardtown Elementary is a special place to learn and grow. Each of our talented teachers and staff takes the time to know each of our students and ensures that each child is being challenged and their individual needs are being met. We have so much to be proud of at L.E.S. !
Please click on the link here to access the 2018-2019 School Improvement Plan https://schools.smcps.org/les/images/SchoolImprovementPlan/L.E.S.-SIP-2018-2019.pdf. This plan gives a snapshot of our school’s academic and school climate progress and strategies to support continuous improvement of teaching and learning. Please contact school administration with questions.
Click HERE for the 2018-2019 Parent/Student Handbook
Click HERE for the 2018-2019 Student Code of Conduct
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.
Standards Based Report Card information: You may have noticed that the report card for grades Pre-K to 3 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 Dr. Quick-McQueen with any questions and/or concerns. Thank you.