Parent Technology Safety Presentation 1/9/2019

Save the date, JANUARY 9th 6PM-7PM

DFC Ryan Christman, Crime Prevention Specialist from our Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office will bring us a wealth of knowledge to help keep our kids safe on the internet. See you in the Cafeteria at Lovettsville Elementary. This is not exclusive for LES Families only so please bring your neighbor.
Thank you!

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Two Smooth Dudes Food Truck Wednesday, December 5th 4-7PM


Winter ASP Registration Closes Dec. 6 (or when classes fill)

ASP update – Yoga (Monday session), Crazy Circuits, Volleyball, Art Club, Bear Perfect, Lego Club, and Improv! are now full. These classes are at risk of being cancelled: Kindness Club, Chess Club (both days), Tuesday Yoga (K-5), and Scene & Monologue. These classes also have space available: Authors Club, Healthy Cooking Club, and Spy Academy.

Hi parents! ASP registration is opening up now for PTO Members. Not a PTO member yet? You can join during the registration process. Why join and register today? Because I guarantee some of these amazing classes will fill up before general registration opens on Friday. If you are not a member, your registration will be held until Friday and your student placed in the program(s) based on space available. Fees are not due until Jan 14.
What’s on offer for the Winter Session? 16 wonderful programs, including returning favorites chess, art, volleyball, yoga, and boot camp, plus new offerings from Brainiacs, an Authors Club, new drama programming, and a fun new class with Mr. Brockway called Bear Perfect (hint…youtube Dude Perfect).
We are so excited about this session – take a look and let us know what questions you have!

Click here to register.

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November PTO Newsletter

All the news that’s fit to print! PTO November 2018 Newsletter



So many great things happening in November! We hope to see you at all of them ❤️


Spiritwear Update

Spiritwear is still available!2018 Spirit Wear Info


October PTO Meeting


September PTO Newsletter

pto september 2018 newsletter


Oktoberfest Breakfast

Please join us at our annual Oktoberfest Breakfast –  it’s a great way to start the day! Friends and family welcome.

We are also looking for volunteers and food donations. Please visit our sign-up to see how you can help:



PTO Events Calendar

Check out this great (printable) calendar of PTO events through the end of the year!

2018-2019 Calendar of Events v3



After-School Program Registration Now Open!

Classes are filling up fast! Already full: Monday Yoga, Fall into STEM, Art Club, LEGO Club Volleyball, Theater & Acting, and Wacky Science.

We have favorites from last year plus 5 new class offerings – please visit here for more information:


Welcome back!

For those that don’t know me yet, I am your new PTO President and I am VERY excited to be voted into this service position. Together, the PTO Executive Committee, and I are looking forward to providing enriching and enjoyable programs and activities for the students this year. Whether you are new to our school or a returning family, our primary focus is the same – the children!

New this year: PTO meeting and Food Truck are both 1st Wed of each month. Food Truck 4-7 and PTO 6pm. Come get some dinner, eat in the cafeteria and send your kids off for an hour with HS volunteers so you can get some time with other adults! 😊

Sept – Golly Waffles // Meet & Greet w/ Principal and PTO Board Members
Oct – Grange & Grub // Warren Pelton: School Safety
Nov – Say Cheese // Speaker TBD: Social Media Safety

Past that – it’s up to you! What other school related topics would you be interested hearing about?

It was inspiring to meet so many parents the last two nights and I look forward to meeting many more tomorrow morning. **No matter your schedule, we can always use the help. The volunteer surveys are in your 1st Day folders. Please let us know your interests. We hope you will join us in making this an amazing year! **

Carter Cady

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Welcome Back to School Dates

The PTO is looking forward to welcoming you back to school! Please stop by our information & spirit wear tables at Back to School Nights and the Open House:

  • Monday, August 20th at 7:00 pm will be our Back to School Night for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades
  • Tuesday, August 21st at 7:00 pm will be our Back to School Night for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades
  • Wednesday, August 22nd is our Meet the Teacher event for all grades from 9:00-11:00 am

End Of Year Letter

Wow!  It’s been a whirlwind of a school year!  We exceeded our fundraising goals, thanks to all who donated to the cash drive and participated in PTO events, including the Spring Fling!

What did we accomplish? Where did the funds go? Here’s a quick list:

  • Donuts with Dad
  • 5th Grade DARE Shirts
  • After School Programs scholarships
  • Challenge Math
  • Teacher Funds Reimbursements
  • Fine Arts Fair
  • Family Reading Night
  • Chorus
  • Morning Run Club
  • Contribution to the 5th Grade Farewell Party
  • Butterfly Project
  • Have-A-Heart Party
  • Parent Liaison Community Support
  • Tie-dye Supplies
  • Munchies with Mom
  • Volunteer Appreciation Tea
  • Field Day Popsicles
  • School Clinic needs not covered by the county
  • Back to School Teacher’s Breakfast and Staff Lunch
  • Staff Appreciation Week
  • Watch Dogs
  • Funding for Grade-Level & SPED Team needs

We would not been able to meet these needs, hold all the events and provide support to our community without the help from our LES families. Enjoy the end of the school year and summer break – you deserve it!!

Many thanks,

Your LES PTO Board


Lice Information Night

Lice Awareness Night
April 26, 7-8 pm @ LES

The PTO has invited Lice Happens, a professional head lice removal service to present lice prevention and treatment information for parents and staff on Thursday, April 26 from 7-8 pm.
Lice Happens’ “Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Head Lice” presentation is offered through their Community Outreach Program. A Lice Happens expert will educate, dispel myths and answer your questions about head lice, head lice infestations and prevention.
We hope you’ll join us for this educational opportunity!
More information can be found at
Additional information from LCPS will also be available.


Election Time!

Dear Lovettsville Families,

As we approach the end of the school year, it’s time to start thinking about next year’s PTO board and event chairs. I am happy to say that many of the current board members have expressed a willingness to stay on next year. However, we have a few openings and it’s a great time to join the board as a co-chair to learn the ropes before some of us move on to Harmony.  We invite you to read about roles and responsibilities on the next page and encourage you to reach out with questions. We’d be thrilled to have you join us!

While we’re looking for help in all areas, we are particularly in need of a co-volunteer coordinator and a new President. I’m  at the end of my term, but I’d be happy to stay on the board another year or two in a different position in order to support the new PTO President.

Not sure you want to commit to a board position? We have lots of great events that need chairpersons. Grab a friend and take the lead in planning next year’s Halloween Family Night, Have A Heart Party or maybe you have another family event you’d like to introduce!

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re interested in more information, in volunteering or if you have any questions.

Warm regards,

Natalie Metzler

PTO President & ASP Coordinator

[email protected]




Spring Fling Info!

When: Saturday, March 17 from 6 – 11 pm

Where: Lovettsville Game Club

Who: Adults only, please!

What: Dress up or not and come have a great time with your neighbors and raise a little money for the teachers & students at LES!

The LES PTO is inviting all Lovettsville parents and friends to our Spring Fling! We’ll have a fantastic buffet dinner & soft drinks generously provided by our  local restaurants, other beverages available for purchase, amazing music by Ghost Pepper, plus silent and live auctions featuring donations from local businesses, school staff, and the parents of LES!

How can you be a part of it all?

  • Buy tickets! Ticket Order Form
  • Donate to a class auction basket  (
  • Help with set-up, during the event or clean-up (email Stacey at [email protected])

See you there!



Spring Fling Tickets Now On Sale!

Ticket Order Form

Announcing the Spring Fling Menu!
Pulled Pork by Hillbilly BBQ
Fried Chicken by Bonnie’s Country Kitchen
Macaroni & Cheese by 1836 Kitchen and Taproom
Potato Salad & Cornbread by Market Table Bistro
Cole Slaw by Thaiverse Restaurant
Garden Salad by Andy’s
Please support these local restaurants – we are so appreciative of their generosity!



Have-A-Heart Party

Our Have-A-Heart Party is right around the corner!  Join us on Saturday, February 10 from 1-3:00 for contests, dancing, games, treats, popcorn, a cake walk, smoothies & more!

Admission:  1 canned/boxed food item or a $1 donation per person

Volunteers Needed!

Help is needed with set-up and clean-up, baking, and running the activities. Please consider donating your time, we would love to have your help! Teens welcome!



Chick Fil-A Nugget Trays – order deadline 1/19