Linville-Edom Elementary School

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Parent-Student Handbook 2022-2023

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Internet Safety

These websites help parents navigate the digital world. You'll find tips on preventing cyberbullying, guides to all the hottest apps kids are using, and ways you can educate your child about the dangers of the cyber world.

Net Smartz

Connect Safely

Kids Health


Virginia’s School Quality Profiles provide information about student achievement, college and career readiness, program completion, school safety, teacher quality and other topics of interest to parents and the general public. Report cards are available for schools, school divisions and for the commonwealth.

Los perfiles de calidad escolar de Virginia brindan información sobre el rendimiento de los estudiantes, preparación universitaria y profesional, finalización del programa, seguridad escolar, calidad docente y otros temas de interés para los padres y el público en general. Las boletas de calificaciones están disponibles para las escuelas, las divisiones escolares y para el estado libre asociado.

Food and Nutrition Services

ALL meals are free to ALL STUDENTS in person and virtual.

Click here to visit Food and Nutrition Services to get the mobile menu app.

  • Interactive Menus
  • Daily Menus
  • Nutrient Information
  • Menu Item Description, Photos, Allergens
  • Link to MySchoolBucks (to pay online)

Social Media Statement

Posting of student information and pictures on social networking sites is a violation of our students’ and families’ privacy . Some of our families choose not to have their child's photo taken at school (per their media release choices.) We respectfully ask that you are mindful about sharing photographs of other students from school events, field trips, etc. on social media websites. Please ask for consent to protect the privacy of our students and their families.

Parent Teacher Organization - PTO

The Linville-Edom PTO is living proof that a strong school is built, in part, out of strong participation among the parents of its students. Attend any activity at LEES, from the Auction to a PTO Program, and you will see a true community of parents, grandparents, teachers, children, and staff all contributing to the education and character development of our children. Becoming a member of the PTO is simple. Membership dues are $5.00 per person or $9.00 for a couple and there are no duties associated with becoming a member. Your dues are what helps pay for our programs.

Welcome to a new school year, and please join us in supporting the quality of your child’s learning experience at LEES.

PTO OFFICERS FOR 2022 - 2023

President: Kristin Quesenberry
Vice President: Rebecca Gish
Secretary: Julianne Secrist
Treasurer: Melanie Schaefer

The PTO meets on the third Monday of each month at 5:30 PM in the school library. Everyone is welcome to attend!



Parent involvement and help is a tremendous part of a successful school program. Parents can support the school in a number of ways: helping in the library, assisting teachers, preparing materials and supplies, assisting with publishing, helping in the TLC program, copying papers, lending a helping hand with a special program, assisting in the office, field trips, field day, etc. If you are interested in helping, please email or call your child's teacher or the school office at 833-6916. School Board Policy does not allow a parent to bring other children when volunteering during the school day. Volunteering benefits all students.

** In order to be a LEES Volunteer/Chaperone, you will need to complete a quick 5-10 minute training session. Call the office to find out when the next training is scheduled.