NEW LFH T-Shirts

The new LFH t-shirts are here!

We have new shades of blue and a new design. Also, starting this year, we’re giving PTO members a discount on the t-shirts: the new t-shirts will be $10 for members (and they’ll continue to be $12 for non-members). Be sure to sign up for the PTO and buy a t-shirt tomorrow during Registration or Open House! Members will also be getting a new weekly email, which will include updates from Dr. Driggers, and – while supplies last! – a free car sticker.

Registration and Open House

Registration and Open House

  • LFH Registration: 8 AM to 3 PM on Fri Aug 3
  • LFH Open House: 3 PM to 7 PM on Fri Aug 3
  1. What is Registration?
    • Registration is the process by which RCBOE (the Richmond Counter Board of Education) collects all the information that is needed in order to enroll your child.
  2. Who needs to go?
    • According to RCBOE, “Parents of new or transferring (moved to a new school zone) students are required to complete registration. Student’s [sic: this is an improper use of the possessive] already legally registered in a school or school zone should only update registration on a regular basis to keep information current.”
    • It is possible to complete part of the registration process online. However, RCBOE states that “[o]nce you complete the online registration portion, you will need to go to your zoned school to provide additional documentation […].”
    • If your child has already been attending LFH, you will not need to re-register.
  3. What do I need to bring?
  4. If I have problems or questions, whom can I contact?
    • According to RCBOE, “Elementary Registration is conducted at the Central Office 864 Broad Street at the 1st floor help desk each Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00AM-5:00PM.”
    • However, you may join us on the LFH Registration Day and have your questions answered at our school by LFH faculty and staff.
  5. What is Open House?
    • The primary purpose of Open House is to meet your child’s new teacher.
  6. Who needs to go?
    • No one must go, but we encourage everyone to attend.
  7. What do I need to bring?
    • You don’t need to bring anything, although you may wish to drop off school supplies so that you don’t have to worry about your child lugging them all in on the first day of school.
  8. What else can I do when I visit the school this Friday?
    • There will be tables for the PTO, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and the Boys & Girls Club for the entire day.
  9. If I have problems of questions, whom can I contact?
    • Please contact the front office at 706-737-7317 or the LFH PTO (using Facebook or emailing us at
  10. Any final words?
    • Please take your time and, like our students, feel free to ask questions and explore!



Ready to Go!

Your LFH PTO Board had their first meeting of the year, and we’re excited about everything we plan to do to support the LFH community. You can find a list of the 2018-2019 Board Members here, some of whom posed for a selfie! Front row: Brinsley Thigpen (co-president) and Katie Wynn (co-president); second row: Lyndsey Mahoney (vice president) and Dee Griffin (secretary); third row: Tina Niday (co-parliamentarian), Sara Westmoreland (membership); back row: Luke Niday (co-parliamentarian), Crystal Coleman (IB coordinator), Jenna Matson (member-at-large), and Brian Armstrong (digital communications).

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week

April 30-May 4th, 2018

Show your teachers and staff members how much they mean to you!

Here are some ideas.

  • Tuesday: Bring your teacher a surprise (such as an apple, a flower, or a drawing).
  • Wednesday: Bring a school supply for your teacher.
  • Thursday: Compliment your teacher with a homemade card or note.
  • Friday: Wear your teacher’s favorite color (and be sure to ask her what it is!).

Even a single one of these can help our teachers and staff to know how important they are!

LFH Academic Night

Academic Night + Title One Annual Meeting


When? Monday April 16th at 6 pm

Where? The LFH Cafeteria

The LFH Academic Night will feature activity stations (run by LFH teachers), make-and-take games, and online resources (example). We’ll show you how to easily enhance your student’s ability to learn at home.

Don’t miss it!

Sign Up to Volunteer at Fall Festival!

Sign up for Fall Festival:

The Fall Festival (this Sat Oct 21) is always in need of volunteers. There is a Sign-up Genius page for the Mad Scientist Tent (staffed by Graham (K), Reeves (K), Calkins (4), and Coleman (4)). If you are unsure of how and where to volunteer, you may contact your class representative (listed below; click on their name to send an email).

PTO Class Representatives:
PK: Ellen Cochran or Margaret Blagg
K: Katie Blackston
1: Katherine Johnson or Chapman Godwin
2: Sumner Markwalter or Kathryn Turner
3: Pamela Cheatham
4: Amy House
5: She Whiteside