Larchmont Elementary School

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301 Larchmont Boulevard, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054  |  P: 856-273-3700  |  F: 856-222-9759

Larchmont Elementary School

Dear Larchmont School Family,

Welcome Back! On behalf of the staff at Larchmont School, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2017-18 school year! We are looking forward to a productive year of learning, growing, and working together! As partners in learning, we share responsibility in student success. Therefore, we ask that you guide and support your child’s learning by ensuring that he/she:

  1. Attends school daily and arrives on time.
  2. Completes homework.
  3. Reads daily.
  4. Talks with you about what takes place in school.

We strongly encourage consistent communication with your child’s teacher(s).  If you have questions or concerns about school, please contact us for clarification via email or phone. Similarly, if there is something that we need to know about your child, it is important to keep us informed

The Larchmont staff and I are privileged to be a part of this amazing school family! We want all of our students to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally; and we will achieve our goals by working together.  

Sincerely,

Dr. George E. Jackson,

Principal

Larchmont School's 2017-2018 Constitution
1. Be Kind and Respectful
2. Stay Safe
3. Always Try Your Best
4. Follow Directions

Dr. George E. Jackson
 
A Path to Success 2030:
Please Complete The Online Survey
 
The final phase in Mount Laurel Schools' Strategic Planning Initiative before a new action plan is written is to garner public input via the Online Community Survey, both for those who have participated in the process thus far and those who were unable to attend previous sessions. Won't you please add your voice to help shape the future of education for Mount Laurel's children?
The deadline to respond to the survey is January 31.
 
 

Get Fired-Up For Literacy Winners Announced

Winners have been announced in the 2017-18 Get Fired-Up For Literacy Contest co-sponsored by the Mount Laurel Library and the Mount Laurel Fire Department. In its ninth year, the competition is open to all Mount Laurel students in Grade 1-4 and takes place over Winter Break. Students log the number of minutes and books they have read during that time. The one student from each grade who reads the most minutes is deemed a winner, with one Grand Prize Winner being selected at each school to win a ride to school on a fire truck.
 
This year, 90 Mount Laurel students participated in the contest, logging 51,672 minutes over break.
The winners are:
 
 

Larchmont – 21 participants

Emily Schork, first grade - Grand Prize

Vinochan Pavasuvaman, second grade

Ionna Moustakas, third grade

Daniel Perez, fourth grade

 

Fleetwood – 15 participants

Aadhavan Rengapragash, first grade - Grand Prize

Prisha Srinivasan, second grade

Michael Greco, third grade

Nithilan Rengapragash, fourth grade

 

Springville – 17 participants

Elijah Barr, third grade - Grand Prize

Lana Barr, first grade

Jordyn Smith, second grade

William Chen, fourth grade

Countryside – 11 participants

Adhish Ravikumar, first grade - Grand Prize

Amelia Les, second grade

Ishani Basu, third grade

Danielle Pierce, fourth grade

 

Hillside – 16 participants

Connor Cheung, first grade - Grand Prize

Vibhav Boddu, second grade

Rana Mohamed-Naseer, third grade

Rut Patil, fourth grade

Parkway – 10 participants

Nick Cline, first grade - Grand Prize

Jeremy Coffman, second grade

(none in third grade)

Nadia Nash, fourth grade

 

 

 
 
Attention, Parents: You may not use our online registration system to enroll your child for the 2018-2019 school year at this time. Any information input now for next year will be lost when we roll-over the system for next year. Please wait until you see notification here that 2018-2019 enrollment systems are ready for use!

Mount Laurel's Online Registration System for New Students

For your convenience, Mount Laurel School District utilizes an online service where you can complete necessary registration forms at your convenience. At this time, you may only use this system to register new students for the current school year. Do not register students for the 2018-2019 school year until the annual rollover takes place on March 12, 2018. To do so will lose all of your information and you will be required to repeat the process. The registration process is not complete until you bring the originals of the required documents to the school for verification.
 
 

3rd Grade Larchmont Leaders

The Larchmont Leadership Group presents an opportunity for our Third grade students to practice 21st century skills such as leadership, ethics, personal responsibility, social responsibility, accountability, people skills, and self-direction. To participate, students must apply using the following student application link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12mdfUAo9wuBgLSsOd4FHDhuk-DwcRA9cUoSqg-t6IZM/edit#

 
 
  • Because so many of our parents commute long distances to work each day, we send these calls out beginning at 5 a.m., so that childcare arrangements can be made.
We will not call you
earlier than 5 a.m.
  • Make sure to check our Facebook and Twitter Pages, and our district and school web pages for updates.
 
How Will I Be Advised of Winter Weather Changes?

If it snows … or other weather conditions cause us to close schools or announce a two-hour delayed opening, here’s how you will know:

Through School Messenger, we call your primary phone number as listed in our Power School Student Information System with a recorded message. If we have cell numbers for you, it goes to them also. We send an e-mail to any e-mail address listed in your account and we text the message to your cell numbers, as long as you have opted-in to receive those messages. To opt-in for texts, simply text the word subscribe to the number 68453 from your cell phone.

 
 

Larchmont School's Vision Statement

The Larchmont School Community will learn, grow, and work together respectfully to fulfill our shared responsibility to develop confident student learners who demonstrate character and achieve academic excellence.

We are Larchmont…learning, growing, and working together!

 

How May We Help You?

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Registering Your Child
Contact Information

About Our School

Larchmont Elementary School, home of the Bears, is a learning community committed to providing all children a top quality educational program. Our school encourages each student to achieve his or her highest academic and social potential through actively engaging classroom instruction and character education initiatives. Our school's enrollment ranges from approximately 390-400 students in grades PK-4. 

Our Parent Teacher Organization is very active at Larchmont Elementary School. The P.T.O. sponsors a number of enriching activities for the students and staff. They provide financial support as well as family sponsored social activities for our children.

At Larchmont, school spirit can be felt the moment you walk through our doors. Our goal is to create fun, memorable learning experiences for all students, while instilling in them a sense of pride in their school and community.

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Anti-Bullying


District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Kelly Neiman
Mount Laurel Hartford School
397 Hartford Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Telephone - 856-231-5899

Student & Parent Info

School Hours:
Grades 1-4: 9 a.m. - 3:25 p.m.
PK & K A.M.: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
PK & K P.M.: 12:55 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.
Early dismissal grades 1-4: 1 p.m.
* On half-days, P.M. Kindergarten begins at 10:30 a.m. and dismisses at 1 p.m.

* Pre-Kindergarten students will not attend school on half-days

Larchmont School's Anti-Bullying Specialist is Aimee Zabel, 301 Larchmont Blvd., 856-273-3700

Local Weather

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Larchmont's Hopes and Dreams

As a Responsive Classroom School, at Larchmont, we engage students in reflecting upon their hopes and dreams. Students articulate and share their learning goals for the school year. These hopes and dreams are translated into classroom rules, which ultimately result in our school-wide rules (or School Constitution). 
 

2017-2018 Larchmont School Constitution

  • Be Kind & Respectful - Show care and kindness to everyone and everything in our school.
  • Stay Safe - Make safe and responsible decisions.
  • Always Try Your Best - Never give up and give 100% effort.
  • Follow Directions - Think before you act and do what is expected of you. 

Similar to how we created our School Constitution, we took the hopes and dreams from our staff, students and parents to create our school-wide vision for learning.