• Title I Curriculum Night was a success!
  • More pictures of Oct. 20th Title I/PTO night.
  • Thank you to Mrs. Gail Hogan for her wonderful storytelling on Friday. And thank you to Hall County Public Library for allowing her to delight us with great stories.
  • Students and teachers paid $1.00 to wear hats for Cure for Childhood Cancer.
  • More Dot Day pictures
  • Dot Day celebration
  • We're so glad you joined us for lunch this week.
  • Grandparents pictures!
  • Second grade went to Dairy Farm and Mountain Fresh Creamery for field trip.
  • Thank you for all you do!
  • More AG Day pictures
  • More AG Day pictures
  • More AG Day pictures
  • EHHS football players and cheerleaders greeted students this morning and watched morning show with different classes. Thank you for visiting.
  • Check out the Spirit Wear bracelets!
  • Win the Boxtop trophy! Bring in your Boxtops.
  • Enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards!
  • First STEAM activities in gym during Specials.
  • Second grade students had fun with STEM activities.
  • Second grade students working together and solving a problem.
  • Second grade students enjoy working on STEM project.
  • More second grade STEM pictures.
  • More second grade STEM pictures.
  • Summer reading: Follow @HCReadingRocks or http://readingrocks.hallco.org/web/summer-reading-2/
  • Don't forget to visit our Little Free Library by the front office. http://readingrocks.hallco.org/web/little-free-library/
  • Lula Elementary Belief Statements
  • Help us fill up our bins.
  • High Touch High Tech- 3rd grade had an in-school field trip to learn about rocks and soil.
  • Oct. 10-14th was Nutrition Week.
  • Ausborn's fourth graders presenting their knowledge of Native Americans to first and second graders!
  • Lula Elementary Relay for Life sponsored a balloon release in honor of and in memory of those who have battled cancer.

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 460.

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).

We consider it a privilege to work with your children every day. We appreciate your support. If I can be of service to you at anytime, please don't hesitate to call the school or email.


Theresa London