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Parents and Community

Mission Statement

The Faculty and Staff of Lillian Black Elementary School are committed to exhausting all resources to enable students to work at or above grade level.  We will involve all stakeholders in the teaching and learning process by providing a safe and caring environment, using research based interventions and enrichment strategies, incorporating innovative technology, and community involvement.


Vision Statement

At Lillian Black our students receive a quality education that prepares them to be contributing members and productive leaders of society.


Daily Schedule

7:20-7:40 a.m. Breakfast

7:45 a.m. Instructional Day Begins/Tardy Bell

2:15 p.m. Dismissal


Admission Requirements

2016-2017 school year all students must be five by August 31, 2016 in order to enroll in Kindergarten.

New Kindergarten:

  • Certified birth certificate
  • Record of immunizations
  • Health assessment (Physical)
  • Proof of residency in the attendance area of enrolling school
  • Photo ID of Adult Registering student
  • SSN
  • Registration Packet (enrolling School)

Transfer Students, K-5th Grade ( In County):

  • Proof of Residency in attendance area of enrolling school
  • Photo ID of Adult Registering student
  • Last report card, withdrawal documentation, or transcript from previous school
  • Registration Packet (enrolling school)

Additional Admission Requirements


Student Attendance

Student attendance at LBES is extremely important. Being at school on time everyday will greatly enhance your child’s educational experience.

Attendance Policy


Curriculum News

Students participate in an array of educational experiences and enrichment activities.

Curriculum Program List



Lillian Black participates in the PBIS initiative.



Check In & Check Out Procedures

“Our primary concern is the safety and welfare of all students”

Lillian Black Elementary School will observe the following check-in/check-out procedures.

Students who report to school after 7:45 a.m. must be checked in through the office by the individual bringing them to school. (Must be 18 years old). Please do not drop them off at the front door. An adult must enter with them and sign them in.

When picking up your child from school, please come to the front office and a staff member will assist you. There will be no checkouts after 1:55 p.m. Adults listed on the Verification Cards are the only persons permitted to pick up students unless we have written permission to allow another person to do so.

Complete Check-In & Check-Out Procedures


Media Center

Information about book check out procedures and hours of operation for the media center.Media Coordinator- Sharon Lepore

Open 7:20 a.m. – 2:10 p.m. each school day

The Lillian Black Elementary School motto is “We believe We can achieve and We will succeed”. In the Media Center, we believe that reading, viewing, listening to, and responding to a wide variety of challenging books, videos, educational websites, and magazines helps us to achieve. We also believe that learning how to use the library to find the information we want and need helps us to succeed.

Morning Checkout  

The Media Center invites students to come to Morning Checkout each school day from 7:20 a.m. until 7:45 a.m. During this time students may browse the shelves independently, get help choosing a book, look up a book in our Destiny catalog, return Media Center materials, skim a magazine, take Accelerated Reader quizzes, and check out new books.

Checkout Policies

Students are also allowed to check out materials for two weeks during their class’ regularly scheduled weekly Media time. Kindergarten, and First Grade students are allowed to checkout one book at a time.  Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade and Fifth Grade students are allowed to check out two books or magazines at a time.


Child Nutrition & Cafeteria Resources

Lunch Menus and Additional CCS Nutrition Information


Partners in Education

Partners can assist students at Lillian Black Elementary School by helping to:

  • Sponsor students on class field trips
  • Have lunch with students during the week
  • Read together
  • Review homework
  • Be a friend who listens
  • Give academic support
  • Play computer games
  • Mentor a student
  • Reinforce skills taught by teacher
  • Discuss test taking strategies
  • Encourage student to write or keep a journal
  • Participate in sports activities together
  • Assist with classroom assignments and projects
  • Encourage students to set academic, social, and personal goals
  • Donate items to classroom from teachers’ wish lists
  • Attend school functions and SIT meetings


Home Base Portal Support

Home Base Portal Support


AIG Local Plan

2016-2019 AIG Local Plan

Published by Sharon Lepore on January 3, 2018
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