Congratulations to Marsha Holtzclaw who was chosen as Lula Elementary’s 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Holtzclaw is one of our 4th & 5th grade D.O.G teacher who continuously goes above and beyond to inspire her students on a daily basis.
Attention Lula Elementary Parents and Guardians!
Go ahead and order your 2019-2020 Yearbook. Don’t wait until it is too late!
Everyone can order their Yearbook online this year. Just click on the link below
All Yearbook & 5th Grade AD Orders are due by Friday, March 6th.
Grandparent Lunches will take place the week of September 10th.
September 10th will be Kindergarten and 4th Grade.
September 11th will be Pre-K and 3rd Grade.
September 12th will be 1st and 5th Grade.
September 13th will be 2nd Grade.
The school year is off to a great start.
Make sure to stay up to-date on all the happenings at Lula Elementary School by reading our monthly school newsletter. Check out our August Newsletter below.
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We are so excited to kick off another wonderful school year at Lula Elementary.
This morning some of our local firefighters assisted our 5th grade flag team and helped with car line. We are so thankful for their support and all they do for our community.
We know this is going to be a great school year.
We would like to say a BIG thank you to Casey Ryals from Farm Bureau for donating all the Whooo’s Reading shirts.
Congratulations to all the students who met their end of the year reading goals.
As we continuously seek to improve the Hall County School District, we want to know how you, as a parent or guardian, feel the schools and the district are doing to meet the needs of students and all stakeholders. Please help us by completing the survey online and by joining us for our Annual Stakeholder Input Meeting on April 29, 2019 at 6:00 PM
The information that you provide will help us evaluate and improve how our schools, district, families and parents work together to help all students achieve academic success. Please click the link below to complete the survey online. Paper copies of the survey are also available at the front office of your child’s school. Your opinions and suggestions are valuable, and we thank you for your input.
On May 16th, our 5th grade students participated in a special ADVANCE Graduation Ceremony at Jaemor Farms.
ADVANCE is a 10-week program put on by the Hall County Sheriff’s Office. ADVANCE stands for Avoiding Drugs, Violence, and Negative Choices Early. All of our students did a great job.
Best Poster Winners:
Kaylee Aycock (Mrs. Baumgardner’s Class)
Makena Medlin (Mrs. Gillespie’s Class)
Erin Compton (Mrs. McIntyre’s Class)
Best Essay Winners:
Amelia Corbin (Mrs. Baumgardner’s Class)
Kevin Montano-Duarte (Mrs. Gillespie’s Class)
Kamya Banks (Mrs. McIntyre’s Class)
The Dooley Award for being the most outstanding ADVANCE Student:
Alex Lewallen (Mrs. Baumgardener’s Class)
We have lots of specials days and events planned for our last few weeks of school. We hope you can join us!
May 6th – 10th: Teacher Appreciation Week
May 13th: Lula Yearbook Day
May 14th-16th: BOGO Book Fair
May 15th: Field Day (Pre-K-2nd)
May 16th: Field Day (3rd-5th)
May 17th: Senior Walk & Whooo’s Reading Celebration
May 21st: Kindergarten Awards (12:30) & 1st Grade Awards (9:00)
May 22nd: 2nd Grade Awards (9:00) & 3rd Grade Awards (12:30)
May 23rd: 4th Grade Awards (9:00) & 5th Grade Graduation at EHHS 6:00 pm
May 24th: Last Day of School for Students