• Welcome to Lore Elementary School.

    For a website language translation, use the pull down menu at the top of this page.

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  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

    The district is proud of our accomplishments with regards to the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. Open this headline for information and the 2015-16 self-assessment report.

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  • Lore Students Celebrate Read Across America Week

    The students at Lore Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday in a big way! This year, every student and staff member throughout the building participated in a whole school Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) period. Every student, teacher, counselor, and staff member brought a favorite book to school and sat quietly in the hallway, enjoying some time silently reading.

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  • Ewing Kiwanis Club Presenting LPA with Check to Purchase Books for Lore Students

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  • Leo the Lion Hot Chocolate & Barnes & Noble Perfect Together

    Lore families braved the cold and gathered at Barnes and Noble in Princeton Market Fair to share books, read with friends, and listen to funny stories read by guest readers. Students enjoyed a cup of Leo the Lion hot chocolate (including blue and gold sprinkles, of course) and created confetti launchers with guest author Katey Howes, who shared excerpts from her book Magnolia Mudd and the Super Jumptastic Launcher Deluxe. An amazing time was had by all!

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  • Lore School Announces 2019 Educator of the Year: Ms. Tracy Radler!

    The Governor’s Teacher and Educational Professionals Recognition Program was developed in 1985 for the purpose of recognizing and honoring teachers and educational professionals who exhibit outstanding performance. The motivation for this program is based on the premise that teaching excellence is one of the most significant factors impacting student achievement and the quality of public schools.

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  • The Power of YET!

    Students in Miss Brady's Lore kindergarten and first grade class learned about growth mindset with the story Giraffe's Can't Dance by Giles Andreae. In the story, Gerald the Giraffe learns about perseverance and growth mindset as he grows from “I can’t dance!” to “I can’t dance yet!”

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  • 2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration Information

    If your child turns 5 years of age by October 1st, please register for Kindergarten ASAP. Call 538-9800 X7181 for an appointment.

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  • Lore Fifth Grade Sign Language Club

    Kickball, Four Square, and soccer aren’t the only activities taking place during fifth grade recess at Lore School. On Wednesdays, over 30 fifth graders spend their recess time participating in the Fifth Grade Sign Language Club. The student club is led by fifth grader Eli Smith and his interpreter Sharon Snyder. Click to read more!

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  • EHS Creative Writing Class Visits Lore

    Ewing High School’s Creative Writing class visited the kindergarten classes at Lore Elementary School and read original children’s books the high school students wrote and illustrated. The kindergartners were very excited and welcomed the special guest readers to their classrooms with enthusiasm.

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