West York Loucks Elementary
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“Shoot for the Goal” Library Campaign Kicks Off!

On September 17th, York County librarians brought a special guest to visit first graders at Wallace and Loucks…Clifford the Big Red Dog! Read more >>>

October Dates to Remember

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November Dates to Remember

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Welcome to Loucks Elementary School

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A Message from Our Principal

Welcome to Loucks Elementary. Our school houses students in kindergarten and grade one.  Students benefit from curriculum guided by Pennsylvania State Standards, which is delivered by highly qualified teachers and specialists in student-focused, learning environments. 

At Loucks Elementary, we support a developmental model of early childhood education. Therefore, we match appropriate activities to the instructional level of students to support continued growth in all areas. In our classrooms, we provide our students with activities in large and small group settings. Our early childhood assistants and parent volunteers allow us to offer more individualized attention for each student. Our reading specialists and reading recovery teachers provide additional support. In the fall of 1999, our developmental program was awarded Model Site Status through the Academic Standards Implementation Grant for excellence in practice of Early Childhood Education. We are one of eight schools across the state to receive this honor.

Our highly qualified teachers also provide a balanced literacy approach. This includes opportunities for reading, writing, listening, and speaking with a variety of materials that also match each student's instructional level. We have written our curriculum to support a thematic approach that integrates all subject areas.  Extended learning opportunities are available for identified students after school and during the summer.  Parents are encouraged to become involved in family literacy programs that we offer throughout the year. This exemplary program enabled us to be the state recipient of the National Exemplary Reading Award for a balanced literacy approach by the International Reading Association.

Our philosophy is a team approach for creating the best learning opportunities for each child. We encourage families to join us for scheduled activities, conferences, workshops, and to become classroom volunteers. Our PTO meets every other month and also provides valuable activities and resources for our students. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments..


Michael Brandt

Mr. Michael Brandt

Loucks Student
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