We would like to say Thank You to all of our current and past Veterans! Click Here to view a few images from our program honoring our Veterans!
Click Here for more pictures of this year's awesome "Pumpkin" Characters by our Wonderful 3rd Grade Students!
We received a certificate in the mail from the Governor who has declared October as Project Fit America Month!! Check out the attached picture of 4th grade students and Mr. Hughes with the certificate.
Please check out our 5th grade GT art students' chicken for the Chicken Festival Competition! The chicken with the most votes will win. Please go to the Chicken Festival voting in front of the Court House and vote for London's chicken!! Please check out our 5th grade GT art students' chicken for the Chicken Festival Competition! The chicken with the most votes will win. Please go to the Chicken Festival voting in front of the Court House and vote for London's chicken!!
Congratulations to this year's winners from the PTO school mall fundraiser (left to right): Trent Jones, Tristin Scroggins, and Emma Craft
Statement from Superintendent Dr. Doug Bennett:
Student safety is our top priority. Due to the quick action of London Elementary Principal Mary Bowling and staff our safety procedures and measures worked as they should. As a result, the situation was mitigated. We express our sincere appreciation and commend the City of London Police Department for their quick and efficient response.
Statement of Events from the City of London Police Department:
On Tuesday, September 5th London Police responded to call through Dispatch from London Elementary School at approximately 3:30 pm regarding a North Laurel High School Freshman on a bus with a handgun in his backpack.
A student reported the incident to London Elementary Principal Mary Bowling, who then took action by calling 9-1-1. Several officers from London Police Department immediately arrived at the school where they escorted the 14-year-old student off the bus and conducted a search of his backpack. Officers discovered an unloaded 380 handgun within the bottom of the backpack. No ammunition was found. School Resource Officer (SRO) Travis Dotson detained him and Laurel County School Superintendent Dr. Doug Bennett and School Safety Coordinator Bobby Day were notified of the incident.
The student stated the gun was left in his backpack from a party he attended over the Labor Day weekend.
SRO Justin Hopkins arrested the juvenile and charged him with unlawful possession of a weapon on school property, disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. The juvenile was transported to the Breathitt County Juvenile Detention Center.
SRO Justin Hopkins is continuing to investigate.
Hurricane Harvey Relief
London Elementary is partnering with Walmart DC in the Hurricane Harvey Relief community service project. Our school will collect items for families in need following the hurricane and flooding in parts of our nation. Walmart will send a truck to our school next Friday, September 8 to pick up items we have collected and will deliver to those areas. The following items are needed. Please give what you can as anything we can do to help will be greatly appreciated.
Bottled Water Cleaning Supplies Pet Food
Gatorade Disinfecting Wipes Blankets
Canned Food Items Paper Towels Diapers
Our lucky winners of mini iPads from the summer learning program and summer challenge competition: Audrina Burton (right) and Reagan Hodges(left).
If you would like to Non-Request a teacher for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year you must complete the Non-Request form available here and turn in to the office upon enrollment or between 7:40 and 3:30, by April 27th 2018
Summer Learning Program
9:00 – 11:00
In June and July
In our library
Come for chance to win a Mini-iPad!
Click READ More below to find out how to reserve your
students' seats! You don't want to miss this
exciting event performed by our school's
amazing Music and Art Department!
When: Friday, February 9 | 6:00 - 8:00
Where: Our School's Gym
Admission is $3
Students can also bring extra money
for food, drinks and face painting
And the Fun Things You will Do!
Parents and students are invited to join us for a great night of reading fun
including free books, snacks and opportunities to take AR quizzes!
Februay 26 | 5:30-7:00
Family Reading Night Survey
Wear Your Best Smile
Students will have individual and class pictures taken.
Class pictures are $14 and must be prepaid before February 13th
Checks must be made payable to: Lifetouch
Checks made out to the school cannot be accepted.
Please sign up to discuss plans to help your child
meet exit criteria to go on to the next grade
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Back to School Open House
Kindergarten: Thursday, August 3 at 5:30
1st Grade: Tuesday, August 1 at 5:30
2nd Grade: Thursday, August 3 at 6:30
3rd Grade: Monday, August 7 at 5:30
4th Grade: Thursday, August 1 at 6:30
5th Grade: Monday, August 7 at 6:30
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For a printable copy of your grade levels suggested school supply list read more.
Don't forget our next
February 26 | 5:00 | School Library
Attention parents of preschool age children:
FRC Born Learning Academy Parent Workshops: February 20; March 13 (at 5:30 in the cafeteria)
This is a fun learning time for parents and their children with a delicious meal, free items, free childcare, and valuable information to help your child be ready for school. We hope all our parents of birth to 5 years of age children will attend.
New Immunization Requirements
Please Click Here to Learn more about these new requirements!
First Day of School will be
are at school
and Ready to Learn!
To learn more about the "Dream out-Loud Challenge" Click Here