Formerly known as Jedediah Smith Elementary, our school was renamed in September 2012 to honor an influential member of our community. Leataata Floyd continues to support our school and students. Read more about her life and her amazing contribution to our school and greater community in the UT San Diego article below.
Did you know our kids are featured on the front page of the website for the Collaborative for Academic and Social Emotional Learning (CASEL)? Check out the site at casel.org to learn more about Social Emotional Learning and how districts and schools like ours are working to create safe and engaging schools and classrooms for all students.
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.
In order to improve our school’s culture and climate, we’re asking parents questions like are we treating our students with respect? What’s the best way to communicate? Are you informed about the academic and social emotional progress of your student?