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    Honor Society
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    Kona Ice sure is nice!
  • LaFayette Lanier Elementary Teacher of the Year, Tammy Robinson!
    LaFayette Lanier Elementary Teacher of the Year, Tammy Robinson!
  • Our Superhero--Mrs. McCauley!
    Our Superhero--Mrs. McCauley!
  • Superheroes who never stopped working!
    Superheroes  who never stopped working!
Lafayette, Alabama
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About Us

4 days ago


Honoring Our Past, To Look Towards Our Future

Originally built in 1935, LaFayette Lanier Elementary School has been a beacon light of education for over 80 years. A building that is documented on the historical register, our school has portions of the original architecture that was utilized in its first construction.

 Currently, our school serves as the grades 3-5 campus for students in the Langdale and Shawmut communities in Valley, Alabama.  With a diverse population of students, our school provides opportunities for cross-cultural interaction, while keeping with a family-like feel that is essential for elementary student development.

We are a partner school with the Alabama Reading Initiative and a recipient of the Reading Is Fundamental Grant resources that facilitate additional instructional opportunities for our students.

In consistent collaboration with nearby post-secondary campuses, LaFayette Lanier is an internship site for both Auburn and Troy Universities.

Recognizing the need for students to be educated in a 21st century learning environment, our students have structured access to technology that prepares them for the digital age.

With a caring, knowledgeable and professional staff who are committed to educate the whole child, and an encouraging community that supports the overall school program, LaFayette Lanier is poised to continuously build on the rich traditions of the past and prepare the most precious resources of the future: our students.

 

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