Thank you for visiting the J.L. Lomax Elementary School website! We are pleased that you have chosen our school for your child's education. Our faculty and staff serve children in Pre-K through fifth grade, and have one self-contained Special Education class, offering them a high-quality education through academic courses and exploratory classes such as music, art, technology, and physical education.

At J.L. Lomax every member of the faculty and staff work together to create a welcoming family environment, where parents, volunteers, and community members alike may join us in activities such as PTO, tutoring, helping in the classroom, and participating in performances and workshops. If you have not yet gotten involved, we would love for you to become an addition to our J.L. Lomax family. We hope you enjoy the website. Your participation in your children's' education is much appreciated. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to influence their education.

Community Engagement Meeting - Valdosta City Schools is starting a strategic planning process and would like to invite you to participate. On Thursday, November 13th beginning at 5:30 pm on the campus of Valdosta Middle School we will host a Community Engagement Meeting to gather input from parents, citizens...  Posted: 10/22/2014

Read for the Record - Thanks to all the READERS who came out on October 21st for our Read for the Record day. Visitors helped J. L. Lomax attempt to break the reading record by reading Bunny Cakes to Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten students. Each classroom also had their own bunny cake to eat after...  Posted: 10/22/2014

Happy Birthday Johnny Appleseed! - Pre-K and Kindergarten students enjoyed a visit from Johnny Appleseed as they celebrated his birthday. The students learned about Appleseed and his accomplishments and were rewarded with a fresh apple.  Posted: 9/30/2014

J.L. Lomax-A High Progress School - Congrats to J.L. Lomax for being chosen as a Highest Progress School. The top ten percent of schools who have made the most progress in assessment performance for the past three years were chosen for this reward. State Superintendent Dr. John Barge thanks "the educators...  Posted: 9/18/2014