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.
Earth Day in Ms. Clarke's Class - Earth Day was on April 22nd and Ms. Alicia Clarke, a 3rd grade teacher at J.L. Lomax, taught her students about the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. Students each picked one of the three R's and wrote more about the topic. In the picture, Asia Williams "reused" a... Posted: 5/15/2013
The Chapter Book Club is Growing Even Bigger! - The J. L. Lomax Chapter Book Club continues to grow! At the end of April, thirty-five first through fifth grade students attended the J.L. Lomax Chapter Book Club meeting and shared summaries from the chapter books they had read. We are proud of all the students who have... Posted: 5/8/2013
Jr. Fire Marshall - Valdosta Fire Department hosted their annual Jr. Fire Marshal Banquet at Mathis City Auditorium on Monday April 22nd and J. L. Lomax was in attendance! Amari Smith presented the donation to the Georgia Burn Foundation on behalf of J. L. Lomax to the VFD, which helps funds... Posted: 4/29/2013
Chapter Book Club is Growing! - March had the most J.L. Lomax Chapter Book Club participants so far this year! During the monthly chapter book club meeting, twenty-six students were rewarded for reading their chapter books. The meeting offered students the opportunity to share their chapter book summaries... Posted: 4/23/2013