Announcements

  • Dr. Seuss Spirit Week will be held Feb. 26th - March 2nd.  Students who actively participate will be entered into a drawing to win prizes:

    26th-Crazy Hair/Crazy Socks Day

    27th-ABC Day-Wear Something you Can Read

    28th-Scrabble Day-Wear/Tape a Letter to your shirt

    1st-Mismatch Day-Dress Crazy and Extra Colorful

    2nd-Sleepy Book Day-Wear Pajamas

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  • The Spring Scholistic Book Fair will be open Monday, February 26th - Thursday, March 1st from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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  • Come One Come All To Our "Seussville Carnival" Literacy Night

    When:  Thursday, March 1st

    Time:  6:00 - 8:00

    Enjoy a night filled with:  Special Guest Readers, Fun Activities, Carnival Games, Prizes, Book Fair and Light Refreshment

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  • If you have a child who will be five on or before September 1, 2018, please contact the school at 717-692-3072 to set up a time to register your child for Kindergarten.  

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  • Click Here To Review The New Procedures For Handling Cycle Days During Inclement Weather

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  • Week of February 26th - March 2nd 

       Monday, February 26th - Day 3

       Tuesday, February 27th  - Day 4

       Wednesday, February 28th  - Day 5

       Thursday, March 1st - Day 6

       Friday, March 2nd - Day 1

     

      

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  • THERE WILL BE A PTO MEETING ON FEBRUARY 27TH AT 6:30 IN THE CAFETERIA.

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  • RELEASED TIME DATES FOR FEBRUARY ARE:   1ST AND 15TH

      

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Principal's Message

  • In 1977, I was a kindergarten student at Lenkerville Elementary School.  As I journeyed through school, Mrs. Batzel, Mrs. Piccola, Mrs. Hepler, and Mr. Reiber were my teachers, and Mr. Alton Zerbe was my principal. In 2002, I became a teacher at Lenkerville, the same school in which I had spent my formative years.   I experienced the opportunity to teach with some of these same educators that I held in such high regard. Lenkerville is not only special to me; it is a memory that holds a special place in the hearts and minds of all of its past students. It is my hope that the current and future students benefit from the same experience I gained here.

    As my time at Lenkerville continues as the school’s principal, I hope it is clear to our families and visitors that we strive to be a school that focuses on the needs of each individual student, whether that need be specific to your child’s academics or personal growth. A teacher/parent partnership is one of the most effective ways to maximize your child’s potential. As your child’s educational journey begins at Lenkerville Elementary School, we encourage your partnership with us to start the children of our community down a path toward future success.

     

    Michael A. Lyter, Principal

    Lenkerville Elementary School

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