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Get Georgia Reading

The Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, Georgia Public Library Service, and Georgia Public Broadcasting have come together to provide access to helpful resources including meals, books, educational opportunities, and more all in one place at georgiasummer.org.  

View this site for lots of Summer Resources for Parents.

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  • buy school t-shirts
  • pay for field trips
  • pre-order yearbooks
  • order Field Day t-shirts
  • and much more

District Information

Please visit the following links to view the Lowndes County School District Needs Assessment Report and the Improvement Plan for  2017-2018.

What people say about LPE....

"When you stand in the hallway and watch the students enter the building, they are smiling! They are happy to be at school- happy to share their day with us, and we’re happy to share our day with them. Then, you watch them walk out at the end of the day, and they are also smiling because in some form or fashion something good has happened here today. Good things happen every day at this school! Simply put… LPE is the place to BE!" ~Joy Robinson, 4th grade teacher

"Lake Park Elementary is set apart from other schools because the campus is filled with teachers who have a genuine LOVE for the students. LPE teachers truly care to see the children succeed and have high standards set for all students. We WANT to be here and we WANT to bring out the best in our students!"  ~Michelle Parkerson, 1st grade teacher

"Students being encouraged and challenged with innovative teaching strategies, while being loved 'like family', makes LPE a great place to learn." ~ Bridget Corbett, Kindergarten teacher

"LPE embraces ALL the UNIQUE and DIVERSE needs of our students in order to nurture and support their growth."   ~Angie Hendley, 4th grade teacher

"I've been a student, parent, and teacher at LPE. It is home. Every teacher I have encountered goes above and beyond to not only teach, but to have a personal relationship with parents and students. The amount of heart at LPE is apparent not only in test scores, but on the faces of everyone who enters the door."   ~ Heather Pettigrew, 3rd grade teacher

How does LPE compare to other GA schools?

  • Lake Park Elementary School's overall performance is higher than 89% of schools in the state and is higher than its district.
  • Its students' academic growth is higher than 81% of schools in the state and higher than its district.
  • 66.0% of its 3rd grade students are reading at or above the grade level target.
  • Lake Park Elementary School is Beating the Odds, meaning that it performs better than similar schools.

myON Digital Library

myON Digital Library

During the summer months, myON makes its digital library of more than 10,000 books for children and youth available to Georgians for free.

Here's how you can get reading, right now!
Watch this short video with your students for tips on finding great books. Then follow these simple steps to access the myON by Renaissance platform.

  1. Visit about.myon.com/GetGAReading to get registered.
  2. Once you have registered, instructions on your county-specific log-in will be sent to you within 24 – 48 hours.
  3. Go to myON.com and click the myON Login button.
  4. Enter the following information:
    School Name: Get Georgia Reading (Type the first few letters and select your school from the drop-down menu.)
    Username: included with your registration instructions
    Password: read
  5. Click on the Sign In button, select a book, and start reading!

New to Lake Park?


Contact us ...

Lake Park Elementary School

Our school is "Easy to Find, but Hard to Leave!"

Phone 229.316.8603   Fax 229.316.8607

Email the School Office .

Office Hours    Mon-Fri  7:30-3:15


Award Winning School

In March 2017, LPE was named a 2016-17 Title I Reward Highest-Performing School.

Highest-Performing School is among the five percent of the state’s Title I schools with the absolute highest performance, over three years, for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments.