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Where we learn and lead with pride every day. Lane Lions learn to work as part of a team. We celebrate friendship and diversity. We play an active part in our community. From math to music and beyond, our teachers are tops. Hands-on exploration and creative consideration are a vital part of our learning process in all grade levels. You'll find both all around our school.



  • PTA Boosterthon Continues This Week!

    This unique fundraising program includes character-development lessons and fitness, as the program culminates in a fun run around our school fields. See the flier for details and watch Wednesday folders for more information. The Fun Run is THIS FRIDAY, October 24th. Parents are encouraged to come cheer on their student!

  • Red Ribbon Week and "Dare to Care" Week Combine for Important Lessons October 27th through 31st

    During the last week of October, we will be showcasing important character lessons as we celebrate both Red Ribbon Week, which encourages students to say “No!” to alcohol and drugs, and “Dare to Care Week,” a pyramid-wide initiative to battle bullying. Throughout the week of October 27th through 31st, we will sponsor different spirit days to help reinforce these anti-alcohol, anti-drug, and anti-bullying messages. Here’s a list of the planned spirit days:

    Monday, October 27th:
    Crazy Sock Day to “Sock it to Drugs and Bullying” (wear crazy socks)

    Tuesday, October 28th:
    Team Jersey Day to “Team Up against Drugs and Bullying” (wear a team/sports jersey)

    Wednesday, October 29th:
    “Walk in Someone Else’s Shoes” (wear two different shoes)

    Thursday, October 30th:
    “Black Out Bullying and Drugs” (wear all black)

    Friday, October 31st:
    Pajama Day to “Put Drugs and Bullying to Sleep” (wear pajamas)

    We hope that you’ll encourage your child to participate in these fun days that focus on such important lessons.

  • Bullying Prevention & Intervention Night for Parents - Thursday, October 30th, 6 p.m., Hayfield Secondary School

    On Thursday, October 30th, as part of “Dare to Care Week,” the Hayfield Pyramid will host a Bullying Prevention & Intervention Night for parents at 6 p.m. at Hayfield Secondary School.  Counselors and administrators from all levels as well as an FCPS School Resource Officer will be present. Discussion will include bullying prevention (including strategies for students and parents) and cyberbullying prevention (including internet safety and social media). For families who need child care during the event, Hayfield Secondary will offer “The Hawk’s Nest” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Middle School Lecture Hall, near Entrance 9. Adult and student volunteers will be available to watch school-age children (kindergarten through sixth grade) and entertain them with a variety of games, activities, and crafts. Pizza will be available for purchase. If you would like to reserve a space for your child, please RSVP to by October 29th.

  • Make the Most of Your Parent-Teacher Conference

    Some simple planning can help you ask the right questions at your child's conference. Click the links below to learn more.
    Conference Planning Worksheet
    Kid's Report Card

  • Lane Participates in "Blessings in a Backpack"

    This school year, Lane Elementary will be participating in the Blessings in a Backpack program, an organization that provides meals for qualifying students on the weekends. Over 45,000 students countywide receive meal assistance during the week, however, many of our families struggle on the weekends. Blessings in a Backpack received both the 2012 charity of the year award and a spotlight with People magazine. Their mission is to partner “with America to ensure impoverished elementary school children are fed on the weekends throughout the school year.” Their vision is “better test scores, improved reading skills, positive behavior, improved health and increase attendance.” As Lane Elementary also strives to create a collaborative culture of global thinkers and learners, we feel this program will help us support our families as well as achieve our mission, vision, and core values. If your family qualifies for free and reduced lunch, your child is eligible to participate in the Blessings in a Backpack program, and once the program is implemented he or she can receive a bag of non-perishable food every Friday for the remainder of the school year. Backpacks will be dispensed in a discreet and caring manner. There is no cost associated to this program, and participation is confidential. If you would like to participate in this program, and believe your family would qualify, please contact either Jaime Holtzman or Bessie Fealey, the school counselors at Lane. If you'd like more information, visit the program's website at

  • Volunteers Needed to Assist in School Health Room

    Do you enjoy working with children? Are you looking for a regular volunteer position at the school? If so, please consider volunteering in our School Health Room (SHR). Training will be provided. See the flier for details and training locations. If you have questions, please contact our School Health Aide Ulla Vladyka at or 703-924-7710.

  • Do You Need to Register a Child for the 2014-2015 School Year?

    If so, please call the Main Office for information, 703-924-7700. You must make an appointment with our registrar, Mrs. Hummelt, to register. You can find detailed information about the FCPS registration process at Forms can be downloaded from

    School tours are given by appointment only. If you would like to take a tour, please contact Parent Liaison Melanie Crosby Hardy at to schedule.


  • Would You Make a Good Watch D.O.G.?

    If you are a father, grandfather, uncle, etc. of a current student, we would love to have you volunteer at Lane through our new program called Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great
    Students). Check out our new Watch D.O.G.S. page for details.

FCPS Events & Announcements

  • FCPS Budget Information

  • FCPS "Go To Guide" (Handbook)

  • FLE Program and Opt Out Information

  • Parent Resource Center Workshops

  • 2014 Fairfax Education Summit – Saturday, October 25, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., Edison High School
    Hosted by the Fairfax County School Board, this year’s Education Summit, entitled “Mapping Your Student’s Unique Journey: Explore the Many Choices in Fairfax County Public Schools,” will focus on helping parents understand the vast array of FCPS’ services and offerings available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Superintendent Karen Garza will be the opening speaker at the summit. She will provide an update on the “Portrait of a Graduate,” an initiative announced at last year’s summit. Dr. Garza has spent the past year seeking input from all stakeholders on what skills and knowledge students will need to be prepared for the future. A wide variety of breakout sessions will be offered. All parents and community members are invited to attend. Visit for details and to register.

Community Events & Announcements

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