Lees Corner Elementary School
13500 Hollinger Ave, Fairfax, VA 22033
703-227-3500
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School Summary

Lees Corner Elementary School was established in 1986 and was named after the Lee family (which included Robert E. Lee), original owners of Sully Plantation and the school site. Lees Corner is distinguished by a bell, donated to the school, which contributes to the sense of community during special events and outdoor student assemblies.

Lees Corner has been known for the quality of its instructional programs and faculty. The Lees Corner community believes that the development of a successful instructional program requires continuous, comprehensive, and collaborative assessment, evaluation, and planning between administrators, faculty, students, and parents. This collaboration ensures that resources and personnel are effectively allocated to maximize the opportunities for ALL children to be integrated into the school community. Lees Corner offers expanded resources for advanced academic students, embraces an inclusionary continuum of services model for students with special needs, and provides services for speakers of other languages students.

An active PTA, parent volunteer program, and business partnerships provide support to the caring and positive learning environment at Lees Corner. As a professional learning community, staff members ensure a safe learning environment that:

  • Promotes kindness, respect, and responsibility.
  • Is committed to academic achievement for all students using assessment for ongoing instructional planning, including remediation and enrichment.
  • Respects and embraces our school's diversity.

Lees Corner's goal is to provide a challenging, fun, positive, and exciting academic program, based on current research, to develop lifelong learners who are positive participants and productive citizens.


Last Updated: 2019-02-01

Enrollment Enrollment as of June 202122: 623
 
Grades K-6
 
FCPS Programs Last Updated: 2022-02-23
 
Special Features
  • 1:1 Technology (All students have an individual laptop. Students in Grades 3-6 take these devices home daily.)
  • Advanced Mathematics Services (Grades 3-6)
  • After School Art Club
  • Annual Field Day
  • Annual Math and Science Night
  • Cancer Awareness, Child Abuse and Autism Awareness
  • Continental Math League
  • Daily LCES TV Morning News
  • Eco Club-Silver School
  •  F-Cubed (Fun, Fit, Fridays)-Weekly Community Running Program
  • Flexible Groups and Compacted Math
  • Full Time Academic Advance Resource Teacher Providing Services Grades K-6
  • Grade Level Student Musical Programs
  • LANGUAGE! and Read Well Programs
  • Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)
  • Mentor Program
  • Part Time Instructional Coach
  • Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBIS)/RC-Responsive Classroom
  • PTA-Sponsored Extra-Curricular After-School Activities (See LCES PTA Website as offerings vary).  Past activities have included:
    • Art Factory
    • Basketball
    • Chess Club
    • Coding
    • Flag Football
    • Full Steam Ahead
    • Game Design
    • Glow Light Dance
    •  Kids on a Mission
    • Minecraft
    •  Run Club
    • Sports Spectacular
    •  World of Wizards
  • School-Based Local Level IV Advanced Academic Program Services Grades 3-6
  • SmartBoard Technology in Every Classroom
  • Teachers for Tomorrow-Chantilly HS Partner Program
  • Word Study Program Grades K-6
  • WordMasters
Last Updated: 2021-02-09
 
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Attendance Area This school is part of Region 5 and the Chantilly High Pyramid. Enter your street address in the boundary locator to determine which schools your student should attend.