October 2015  
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Step it Up! Mayor's Fitness Challenge
"Children: The Future of our Fitness" - October 5 through November 15 - All five elementary schools in ACS will vie for the Mayor's Fitness Cup.  more
Loflin Celebrates Grandparents
Our 13th Annual Grandparents' Breakfast was a terrific success! Many special adults in our students' lives were able to join them for breakfast this rainy morning and we appreciate how they patiently waited in our long breakfast line! Thank you to our cafeteria staff especially for this terrific event!  more
English as a Second Language Classes on Monday & Wednesday Evenings
Carolina Agüero, career ESL teacher, is teaching ESL classes on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 in room 310. We thank Judy Ebanks, Social Worker and Jared Hotchkiss, Coordinator of ESL for RCC, for innovating and collaborating to make this project a reality.   more

Our Vision for Our School

Donna Lee Loflin Elementary will be a school of excellence
that fosters lifelong learning and is dedicated to 
challenging all students to be successful 21st century citizens.

Our School's Mission

We will empower all learners to reach their full potential.
We will educate the whole child by demonstrating respect,
inviting participation, and working collaboratively
to foster creativity through the integration of the arts.

Thank you for visiting Donna Lee Loflin Elementary

Donna Lee Loflin Elementary School is Asheboro City Schools’ oldest elementary school, formerly known as Park Street School, but we are not confined to our past.  Loflin boasts modern technology with SmartBoards in every classroom, laptop computer carts for fourth and fifth grade classrooms, a computer lab, a media center with both print and digital resources, and a great faculty of ambitious teachers ready to give their students the best elementary school experience.

In order to meet the needs of 21st century learning trends, our Elementary School is re-invigorating our A+ program, integrating arts into all areas of our school and curriculum.  We are excited about the opportunities available to our students to learn and show what they know through the arts.

Doors open for students at 7:25 a.m. and the tardy bell rings at 7:55 a.m.
School dismisses at 2:25 p.m.