Why Choose LeGette?

  • View HTMLBeing student-focused at Earl LeGette School allows for many options and activities for our students and families. Listed below is a sampling of what LeGette has to offer.

    ·         Collaborative and nurturing community with a focus on student success

    ·         Neighborhood school with Transitional Kindergarten (TK) - 6th grade programs (TK-6)

    ·         Active and involved PTO with organized family involvement activities (carnival, pancake breakfast)

    ·         Family nights: Science, Art, Physical Fitness, Informational

    ·         Various parent volunteer opportunities including classroom helpers, fieldtrip chaperones and docents for the Art Docent program

    ·         Traditional Half-Day TK and Kindergarten

    ·         Common Core State Standards instruction and curriculum in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies

    ·         Highly skilled and qualified veteran teachers

    ·         Art, Music, and P.E. Specialists who hold classes weekly

    ·         Active Student Council with school-wide activities, raising community and global awareness and school-wide community building

    ·         School library staffed by Media Center Technician

    ·         Positive and active relationship with business community and service clubs

    ·         Chromebase computer Lab with connection to Internet

    ·         Eleven complete sets of Computers on Wheels (COW) for technology access in almost every classroom

    ·         Large, 72" flat panel screens and Apple TVs in every classrooms

    ·         Discovery Club - a creative before and after school child care/enrichment program serving children in TK - 6th Grade

    ·         Beginning & Advanced Band, and Choir programs (before school)

    ·         After School Enrichment Program available (fee based)

    ·         Yearly school-wide play/musical

    ·         Enrichment assemblies for fine arts

    ·         Love and Logic approach to student interactions school-wide

    ·         Quiet neighborhood setting adjacent to a small park

    ·         Full-time Resource Specialist and Instructional Aide serving both identified special education students and students at-risk of not meeting standards (by referral)

    ·         Before and after school extended day classes for students needing additional support

    ·         Speech and Language Specialists (by referral)

    ·         Two Special Day Classes (SDC) for Learning Handicapped (3-5) and students with Autism (K-2)



Last Modified on December 11, 2019