Excellence for Every Child
The Lonsdale Elementary Mission Statement
Lonsdale is a safe place where we are all unique. We are lifelong learners. We are responsible, respectful citizens and community leaders.
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Enjoy your summer!! Wednesday, August 8th will be the first day (1/2 day) back for students.
The Lonsdale neighborhood was named for the parents of William Ragsdale, along with Lonas and Dale Ragsdale.The two names were combined to form "Lons + dale = Lonsdale. It is encompassed by I-75, I-640, and I-275 South as well as Western Avenue and Beaumont Avenue. It is also bordered by Heiskell Avenue on the north and Texas Avenue to the west. The homes within this neighborhood are influenced in the Victorian and Craftsmen style. Each street has been named after either Union States or Civil War generals.
Old North Knoxville 1866
In our small group learning centers students receive instruction and are able to assist other students with the assignment.
Kerry Memory (left) and Julie Lowe have been named as the Lonsdale Elementary School "Teachers of the Year" Ms. Lowe is our PE teacher. Ms. Memory teaches fourth grade math and science. Both teachers are heavily vested in the school as well as the Lonsdale Community. Congratulations to you both!!
At Lonsdale Elementary School we have many reasons to be thankful. Our staff is dedicated to providing our students with the best possible education. Many of our teachers are involved in extracurricular activities involving our students. We are heavily invested in the lives of our students and the Lonsdale Community.
A school. A community. A future.