Henry C Lea Pre-K to 8th
4700 Locust Street
Where Teachers Teach - Students Study - Parents Participate
Henry C. Lea
REMEMBER TO READ ALL SUMMER OR PARTICIPATE IN A LITERACY PROGRAM TO REMAIN SHARP FOR SEPTEMBER
Principal ShaVon Savage welcomes all Parents/Guardians and Students to the
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THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA
OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT
440 NORTH BROAD STREET, SUITE 301
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19130
WILLIAM R. HITE, JR., Ed.D.
March 17, 2016
In recent weeks, large groups of students have gathered in Center City and at transportation hubs after school leading to several incidents of violence and disorderly conduct. To ensure your child’s safety and the safety of others, The School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Police Department and SEPTA Police encourage you to discuss the danger of aimlessly loitering in large groups with no purpose.
While the numbers of youth involved in disorderly and criminal activity make up only a small percentage of our students, it is creating a negative portrayal of all teenagers in the city. Several students have been arrested for disorderly conduct and other students have been physically hurt.
District policy requires students to conduct themselves politely and respectfully when traveling to and from school and while using district provided transportation. Please be aware if your child’s conduct, while using a transportation pass, is determined to be disorderly it will result in your child losing their SEPTA transportation pass privileges .If this occurs parents must provide for their child’s transportation to and from school. Students who lose their transportation passes will be expected to attend school each day and arrive on time. The Code of Student Conduct applies to all students while traveling to and from school and on all modes of public transportation as well. Students who violate the Code may receive additional consequences.
We ask that you stress to children the importance of representing themselves and the school community in the most positive light at all times. We urge students to avoid unsafe activity.
As the weather gets warmer, police will be more visible in Center City and throughout the city ensure the safety of students and others. We want residents and visitors to see the best in our students at all times, both on and off school property. Please help us ensure this happens.
Thank you in advance for your assistance and support.
William R. Hite, Jr., Ed.D. WRH/dpw
Welcome to Lea from Principal ShaVon Savage
We Welcome You to the Lea FAMI-Lea
As an introduction please view our welcome video posted on the link below. We hope this tells you how special we think our FAMI-Lea members are and hope you will join us if you have not already.
Literacy is the Focus
Parents - It is important to stress literacy at home and prepare your child for the educational rigor that the classroom teacher will be providing in that setting. We request your support in pushing your student beyond the levels they think are their limits. Please see our Curriculum page for more information.
Please check our About Us page for documents you can download and print in preparation to enroll your child.
Note: The Registration Requirements page will list the documents you need to bring to the school with you. You can also click on the School Finder link to determine which school catchment you live in.
Lea has developed a School Yard Greening Master Plan with the support and consultation of West Philly Coalition for Neighborhood Schools, and the program was facilitated by the Community Design Collaborative. The school participated in a full day Design Charrette which included Students, Teachers, Parents, Administration, and the Community, to come up with a design which will support functions at the school and present a place for the community to enjoy when school is not in session.
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WPCNS, Community, Students and Parents thank you for your support!
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If you are interested in enrolling at Lea please call the main office at 215-471-2915 or download forms from our website.
If you are concerned about test scores, understand that Lea has a English Language Learner population which represents 25 countries and speaks 25 languages. Along with our special education population this affects the test scores. See below video:
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