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News from Lorraine Elementary

Welcome to Lorraine Elementary School!

Welcome to Lorraine Elementary School's website.  We hope that you find this site more informative and much easier to find out information about your child's school.  Make sure to use the navigational menu bar across the top to find your way around the site.

Rockdale County Return Your Books Challenge

Schools are asking students to return any library books that they still have checked out.  Click on the link below to watch an inspirational video for students to return their library books.

Rockdale County Return Your Books Challenge Video

LES Title I Parent Involvement Feedback Revision 2021

Title I requires that schools solicit the input of families when developing the annual Parent Involvement Policy and School-Parent-Compact.  We are asking parents to complete a short survey where we can get your input.  A link is provided below to access the survey.  Please submit your revisions by Wednesday, May 26, 2021.

Survey Link

Georgia Milestones Testing Information for LES Virtual Students

A registration form will need to be filled out giving permission for your child to be able to come to Lorraine to take the Milestones test on May 7th, 14th, and 21st.

Parents will need to fill out the form below, only if your child is a fully virtual student who does not attend classes face-to-face at LES.

Below are the English and Spanish versions of the registration form that need to be completed.

Un formulario de inscripción tendrá que ser llenado dando permiso para que su hijo pueda venir a Lorraine para tomar la prueba de Hitos los días 7, 14 y 21 de mayo.

Los padres tendrán que llenar el siguiente formulario si su hijo es completamente virtual en este momento.

A continuación se presentan las versiones en inglés y español del formulario de inscripción que deben rellenarse.

Click HERE for the English version.

Click HERE for the Spanish version.

Below are the English and Spanish versions of the virtual testing letter.

A continuación se muestran las versiones en inglés y español de la carta de prueba virtual.

Click HERE for the English version.

Click HERE for the Spanish version.

Annual Title I Parent Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian,

As a means of improving results for children with disabilities, the Georgia Department of Education is required to survey parents of students receiving special education services.  As the Parent/Guardian of a student receiving special education services in Rockdale County and therefore, you can participate in this year’s survey process.

This is an opportunity for your voice to be heard.  The feedback you share will help guide local schools’ efforts to improve Special Education services and results for children and families.

The survey is available online and can be accessed on the Georgia Department of Education website.  You may enter the following direct link into your browser -   or you may utilize the QR Code provided below: 

Title I Parent Survey QR Code

Survey responses must be submitted by May 31, 2021.  If you do not have access to a computer or smartphone, you may contact the Georgia Department of Education, Special Education Help Desk at 404-657-9968 to complete the survey by telephone.  

Supply List 20-21

 - Note:  LES will provide a supply kit to include a whiteboard, dry erase markers,
   erasers, pencils, 1 box 
of color pencils/crayons/or markers, 1 spiral/composition
   notebook, bean bag and jump rope.


Additional supplies requested will be noted on your child's teacher welcome letter coming soon via mail.


Click here for an explanation of Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Learning at Lorraine Elementary



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Whether they pursue higher education, enter the workforce, or join the armed forces, our students graduate with a competitive edge. Many are industry certified and, through partnerships with post-secondary institutions, can earn an associate’s degree by the time they graduate.