Lakeland Elementary serves approximately 400 scholars in the Lakeland South neighborhood. We make learning fun and engaging for scholars, offering enriching academic experiences with real-world application and exploration. Strong family and community partnerships help create a close-knit school with generous opportunities to enhance the scholar experience through guest visits, field trips, events, and more.
Disability History and Awareness Month takes place during October to increase awareness, respect, and acceptance for people with disabilities, and to bring a greater sense of pride to people with disabilities.
September 15 marks the start of National Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, a time our district and schools recognize the contributions, achievements, histories, and celebrate the many diverse cultures of people of Hispanic or Latinx ancestry who come from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
The 2023-24 school year successfully kicked off on Wednesday, August 30, and it was a joy to see scholars pour into our buildings excited for the year ahead. Learn what's happened so far and what some students hope for the year.
What will my child learn this year? What tools are available to support my child’s learning? This and more can be found in the Learning Partnership Guide available now in multiple languages!
Early release days have moved to Friday and schools are let out 75 minutes early. View early release dates, bell times, and download the bus stop time conversion chart.