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  • Jake snow day
  • Kamdun
  • Journey measuring his toys! Mrs. Blalock's class
  • Blalock(2)
  • east snow day
  • Subjects for Digital Learning Day
  • Kindergarten Registration
  • jan
  • sweater
  • Wreatha
  • Christmas socks
  • chorus Jaemor
  • chorus school
  • Blalock hat
  • Reeves xmas
  • jr beta(2)
  • dance dec
  • advanced winners
  • aAdvance
  • jr beta parade
  • chorus parade
  • topsteppers124
  • jr beta
  • jr beta(1)
  • Top Steppers week Nov. 20th
  • clouds
  • Hewell cans
  • Ausborn
  • aycock hat
  • steppingnov13
  • vet1
  • vet2
  • vet3
  • service project
  • williams
  • lego
  • K bowling
  • pie
  • hewell(3)
  • watson
  • grier(2)
  • chorus
  • pep rally
  • parade2
  • parade
  • socks
  • spelling bee
  • blood drive
  • lifesouth
  • sterling
  • football
  • pumpkin books
  • Hewell(1)
  • bepage

  • Hall County Schools (1)

  • deaton
  • steppers
  • Top Steppers ClubOct. 16th winners
  • Untitled design(3)
  • dot author
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  • Gail
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  • Jake working on snow day math.
  • Kamdun doing assignment on Snow Day.
  • Snow day work.
  • Snow day work.
  • Third grade sent home choice board. Students do one activity in each subject.
  • Click on slide to go to Hall County Kindergarten registration information site
  • We have declared January as Internet Safety Month at our schools.
  • Ugly Christmas sweater day!
  • Congrats to Ms. Wreatha in her new job. We will miss you.
  • Christmas sock day. One of our Christmas festivities planned for this week.
  • Chorus singing at Jaemor
  • Chorus singing Christmas songs to all of us. We enjoyed it very much!
  • Mrs. Blalock's students wearing Christmas hats.
  • Mrs. Reeves' class wore Christmas hats to library.
  • Jr. Beta students earning hours by working at PTO dance.
  • PTO sponsored dance
  • Advance winners for poster and essay.
  • Fifth grade Advance graduation!
  • Jr. Beta Club sponsored and decorated a float for the Lula Parade.
  • Lula Elementary Chorus sang at the Lula parade on Saturday, Dec. 5th.
  • Lula’s Junior Beta Club inducted 23 fifth graders on December 1 at our induction ceremony held at Lula Assembly of Praise.
  • Presenting our 23 fifth graders who were inducted into Jr. Beta Club.
  • Ms. Aycock's students work on creating different types of clouds from shaving cream.
  • More cans!
  • Fifth grade gratitude breakfast.
  • Relay for Life hat day
  • Top Steppers for week ending Nov. 13th
  • Fifth grade students participated in the Veterans Day ceremony at Lula Veterans Park.
  • After presentation of the colors, fifth grade students lined up to shake hands with the local veterans and to express their thanks.
  • Fifth grade students made flag pins to present to veterans at the Veterans Day ceremony at Lula Veterans Park, Nov. 11th.
  • Mrs. Ausborn's fifth grade class working on flag pins for their service project for Veterans Day.
  • Thereslyn, fifth grade student, presented Mrs. Williams with a flag pin for Veterans Day. Mrs. Ausborn, fifth grade teacher, pinned the flag to honor Mrs. Williams service in the Air Force.
  • Mrs. Blalock and Mrs. Reeves hosted the first Lego Club event of this year. The club is for first and second grade students.
  • Kindergarten field trip to go bowling. Looks like fun!
  • Third grade made and delivered goodies to Jaemor, our partner in education.
  • Mrs. Hewell wrote and received a grant to take fourth grade to the Georgia Aquarium on a field trip. It included behind the scenes tour.
  • The 4th grade is working hard on the food drive. Mr. Watson's class has collected 78 cans. All other 4th grade classes are working hard as well. Mr. Watson's class plans on collecting over 100 cans by the end of next week. Have you accepted the 4th grade challenge????
  • Third grade went on field trip to Dahlonega Gold Mine.
  • East Hall High School chorus entertained students on Oct. 30th.
  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta promoted making good health choices through their program, Strong4Life.
  • More parade pictures.
  • Storybook parade to celebrate reading and the book fair.
  • Monster sock day to end Red Ribbon Week and start of Book Fair.
  • Congratulations to Natalie for winning the spelling bee. Mario was runner-up.
  • Fourth grade challenged the other grades to see who could sponsor the most blood donors for the blood drive on Nov. 2nd. These 4th graders had the most people come and donate in honor of them. Good job!
  • Lifesouth presented a program on different types of blood cells.
  • Georgia Dawg #58, Sterling Bailey, visited students to kick off Red Ribbon Week. He stayed to open cars for students. Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to challenge students to spread the message about saying no to drugs.
  • East Hall High School football players came to promote Lula night at their football game on Oct. 30th.
  • First grade students make storybook pumpkins.
  • Ms. Hewell's classes made haunted houses.
  • Lula Elementary Belief Statements
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  • Congratulations to Jennifer Deaton, our counselor. She has been chosen to be Assistant Principal at Wauka Mountain Elementary. We will miss her greatly, but are excited for her to have this opportunity.
  • Top Steppers Club for week ending Oct. 23rd. 2nd grade- Nia A. 2,710, 3rd grade- Deigo V. 2,740, 4th grade- Jada St. 3,745, 5th grade- Gracie A. 4,275
  • Mrs. Clay, PE teacher, started a Top Steppers Club during PE each week. There will be one student winner from each grade. The student with the most steps on their pedometer wins.
  • Bunco! What a fun time! We raised $135 for Relay for Life.
  • Ms. Hewell's class listening to our "Go Bulldogs" author and some of her students dressed for Dot day.
  • Fourth grade presented the PTO program on the Constitution of the United States.
  • Mrs. Gail Hogan, Hall County Public Library, came to tell moon stories to all grades. Students were great listeners.
  • Assembly to pay tribute to Sept. 11th and honor our local firefighters, Station #6.
  • For Kindergarten and Library service project, students made a cup flag on the fence. This is to honor our heroes- our firefighters and police officers.
  • Don't forget to visit our Little Free Library by the front office.
  • Summer reading: Follow @HCReadingRocks or http://readingrocks.hallco.org/web

Welcome To Lula Elementary

Welcome to Lula Elementary School, where our mission is to empower students to be lifelong learners and enable them to achieve their maximum potential. We are a proud part of the Hall County Public School System. Lula has a student population of approximately 510.

We live in a small, very supportive community that has high expectations for our students. The PTO and parent volunteers play an active role at Lula Elementary. We are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

With the implementation of Hall County’s Balanced Literacy framework and Singapore Math, we believe that students will be prepared to compete in the 21st century. Thank you for allowing us the privilege of educating your children.

Principal

Matthew Alexander