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Welcome to Lancaster Elementary School- Where EXEMPLARY is the EXPECTATION!
Lancaster Elementary, home of the Tigers, serves approximately 500 students, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.

As a neighborhood public school, we are committed to delivering a quality instructional program to ALL student groups enrolled in our school. In order to meet the academic and personal needs of our diverse student body, we have developed a full offering of practices and programs. Our aim is two fold; we strive to meet the individual needs of each student and we desire to build a strong school community built upon academic excellence, self respect and discipline, as well as empathy and compassion for others.

Please enjoy your visit to our website and also know that you are welcome to visit us in person to witness for yourself the awesome learning environment that is Lancaster Elementary School.
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LinkEd - Lancaster ISD Parent Newsletter - February 2016 Thumbnail Image

LinkEd - Lancaster ISD Parent Newsletter - February 2016

During the month of February, we celebrated the 100th day of learning at school, kindness week, student athletes who committed to higher education, and Black History Month. It is truly our pleasure to support the whole development of our students, your children. This is our sixth month bringing you this newsletter packed with information about recent happenings, upcoming program opportunities and chances for you to be more engaged in your child's education.
Connecting Classrooms to Careers: 2000 Lancaster ISD Students Attend Oscar-Nominated movie, Hidden Figures Thumbnail Image

Connecting Classrooms to Careers: 2000 Lancaster ISD Students Attend Oscar-Nominated movie, Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures chronicles the life of NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson and her colleagues who were human computers critical to the success of John Glenn’s Friendship 7 mission in 1962. For Lancaster ISD students, this is much more than a visit to view a movie. It is yet another timely opportunity to inform, engage, and raise the awareness of STEM career pathways and to increase college readiness.
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