WELCOME TO LME



LAKE MARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

132 South Country Club Rd.

Lake Mary, FL 32746


Christine Peacock, Principal 

Dr. Melissa Singleton, Assistant Principal

Office Hours: MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY-7:30 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.

school hours: mONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY-8:05 A.M. to 3:05 p.m.

wEDNESDAY, 8:05 A.M. TO 2:05 P.M.

407-320-5650 voice  407-320-5699 fax

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LME MISSION

The mission of Lake Mary Elementary is to promote self-esteem, strong academic achievement, creativity, and acceptance of responsibility through high expectations in a positive environment that unites staff, parents, and community to prepare all students for success in real-life experience.

SCPS MISSION

The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens.


EVENTS AT LMES

Friday, August 24th - Student & Faculty Individual School Pictures

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Monday, Sept. 3 - NO SCHOOL - Labor Day

 

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                      Students, welcome back to school!

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ELEMENTARY SUPPLY LIST 18-19 (OPTIONAL)

elementary Supply List Optional 2018-2019

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Bullying and Harassment Prohibited

It is the policy of the Seminole County School Board that all of its students, volunteers, and school district level employees have an educational setting that is safe, secure and free from harassment and bullying of any kind. The School Board will not tolerate bullying and harassment of any type. Conduct that constitutes bullying and harassment, as defined herein, is prohibited.

To lessen the effects of bullying in our schools, the district seeks to apply a holistic approach, which involves every member of the school community. Administration, faculty, staff, bus drivers, parents, and especially the students all play a critical role in creating an atmosphere free from worry and conducive to academic success. These roles are played out in several programmatic and procedural recommendations that together will provide schools with a comprehensive plan. Schools which incorporate the holistic approach in its entirety, will experience the most success in reducing bullying.

Please click here to read the Bully Prevention Awareness Brochure published by Seminole County Public Schools.

Additional information can be found at: 
https://www.scps.k12.fl.us/district/
departments/student-support-school-
safety/bullying-prevention.stml