Our Vision

Leataata Floyd Elementary School (LFE) nurtures the whole child, supports their social emotional development, and gives each student the support they need to learn and grow. Through an academically rigorous, culturally responsive, and equitable curriculum, students receive the tools they need to thrive in both school and life. LFE strives to cultivate caring and trusting relationships with students and their families, and invites the community to be actively involved in student learning and success. 



Kindergarten/New Student Enrollment
Don't delay, get your CHILD/REN enrolled TODAY!

We are excited to meet you and your children. In order to be more likely to secure a spot at Leataata Floyd Elementary, please enroll your child/ren as soon as possible. When classes fill, those last enrolled are typically bussed to a different site. So, don’t wait…enroll today.

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We teach, model and reinforce students who display the Panther Way.

The Panther Way
At Leataata Floyd, we believe children learn best in a safe and caring school environment.

At Leataata Floyd Elementary, we are working hard to develop a culture where students learn and practice the skills that will help them become life-long learners and contributing members of society.



Teachers review student progress then parents and students learn strategies to practice key skill at home during the FTAT meeting.

Family Teacher Academic Team Meetings
FTAT meetings are the latest in Parent Teacher meetings!

We do more than just tell parents their child’s grades. Our goal is to work as a team with families to help children achieve.

Students and parents work together during these meeting to learn about the key skills needed for academic success. In the 1-hour meeting, you will leave knowing exactly how your child is scoring and get some fun activities to use as practice at home.

This year’s meetings will be held during the following weeks:


Harvest Festival


Family Teacher Academic Team Meetings (FTAT)

At these meetings, you will:

1) Learn about how your child is doing in class

2) Work together to set goals for your child

3) Learn some great, easy activities you can do at home to help your child reach their goals!

October 25th…Grades Kinder-3rd

October 26th…Grades 4th-6th


Progress Notices Sent Home


School Holiday – Veterans Day

No School in observance of Veterans Day


Thanksgiving Break

No School – Enjoy your family, friends, and time to be thankful and show gratitude