About Our School

Lannoye Elementary School serves approximately 240 students in Kindergarten through grade five and is located along County U about one-half mile north of State Highway 29. Students who attend Lannoye reside primarily in subdivisions and rural homes located in the townships of Hobart, Maple Grove, and Pittsfield.

Quick Facts

School time: 8:35 a.m.-3:50 p.m.

Grades: 4K-5

Staff Members: 49

Student Enrollment: Approximately 250

Lannoye Fact Sheet

School History

Lannoye was constructed in 1963 as a K-3 school as a result of the increase of student growth in the Southeastern part of the District. An addition was built in 1968 to meet the needs of the community. For several years in its beginning stages, the school also had a 4-8 configuration while students from grades K-4 attended Hillcrest.

During the 1990s, the District saw an increase in students. In 1998, the District passed a referendum to build a new high school allowing the development of the Pulaski Community Middle School. Because of this, all of the elementary schools, including Lannoye, became a K-5 school.

School Highlights

  • Less than a mile from highway 29
  • Daycare and 4K across the street
  • State School Report Card is 78.1, exceeding expectations
  • Summer support programs in reading and math
  • Reading support for students
  • Numerous clubs, such as Science Club, Student Council, Student Technology Team, and Running Club
  • Community sponsored athletic programs: soccer, basketball, flag football, baseball, dance, and wrestling
  • School forest and outdoor nature center
  • Numerous Golden Apple nominated teachers each year
  • School-based girl and boy scout troops
  • Tier 1 PBIS school
  • Friendship Groups (run by the Guidance Department)
  • Daily fresh fruit and salad bar
  • Large playground
  • Two Golden Apple Award winning staff members in 2012
  • School Programs
  • Early World Languages in grades K-4
  • Young Authors Anthology
  • Battle of the Books

School Curriculum

  • Early World Language: Spanish K-5
  • Strong academic focus on literacy and math
  • Origo Stepping Stones (math), Einstein Science Kits, and the Daily 5
  • Specialists in music, art, physical education, guidance, learning support, and library
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Gifted and Talented services
  • Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments in math and reading twice a year to focus on student growth
  • AIMS web and PAIS assessments to focus on student growth

School Technology

  • SMART boards in every grade level classroom
  • iPads and iPod Touches as student learning tools
  • Online parent communication via Skyward Student
  • School computer labs, classroom computers, and mobile lab for student use in all grade levels
  • Focus on 21st century technological skills through Information and Technology Literacy Standards
  • WiFi available throughout school