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.

Fresh and Clean Drive - J.L. Lomax Junior Fire Marshals hosted a Fresh and Clean Toiletry Drive and collected around 500 toiletry items for community families during the week of December 8th. Ms. Vu's 3rd grade class collected 238 of the items and was awarded with free ice cream passes. We...  Posted: 12/12/2014

Georgia Parent Survey - We encourage you to complete this 24 question Georgia Parent Survey because it will be used to calculate our School Climate Star Rating. However, participation is not mandatory. Survey responses are anonymous and will go directly to the Georgia Department of Education for...  Posted: 11/21/2014

Reading Bingo Blackout - All students are welcome and encouraged to join the Reading Bingo Blackout game. This is an optional reading program with each grade having a specific card with 16 spaces to fill in. There will be one grade-level bingo card a month for the next six months. The program can...  Posted: 11/14/2014

October Chapter Book Club Readers - Congratulations to the first Chapter Book Club students for the 2014-2015 school year. These students read two Chapter Books (or non-fiction books containing a Table of Contents), made an 80 or higher on the AR test, and then wrote a one page summary for each book. More and more...  Posted: 11/10/2014