Home & School Association
At Lewis Elkin we believe parental involvement is truly critical in the success of our children. We strongly encourage active parental participation. Meetings are held throughout the year where you can share your ideas and have your voices heard. Become a member of the Elkin Home & School Association today. If you are interested in joining, please contact the school at 215-291-4701.
Information to enroll your Kindergarten student
Code of Student Conduct
Find out about acceptable behaviors listed in the School District Of Philadelphia Code of Student Conduct.
Child Admission Application to School – Complete this form when admitting a student to a school.
Parental Permission Form – Complete this form when a student leaves the school building on a school trip.
– Complete this form as an emergency contact for your child
School District Policy: “Every elementary classroom teacher will require regularly
assigned homework based upon classroom instruction no less than four times a week; … Because
homework is an important part of the instructional program, failure to submit homework will be
reflected in the student’s grade.” The purpose of homework is to:
-Strengthen basic skills
-Reinforce study habits
-Extend classroom learning
-Develop initiative, responsibility, and self-direction
-Stimulate independent thinking
-Increase range and scope of interests
-Foster worthwhile use of leisure time
There are many extracurricular activities that have taken place at Elkin School throughout the years, including the Waterford Reading Club, Yearbook/Art Club, Math 24 Club, Cheerleading Club, Safety Patrol and Student Council. Please encourage your child to get involved in any current extracurricular activities. These EC clubs usually meet after school once a week for about an hour. If they are available this year and you are interested in getting started, simply show interest and speak with your child’s teacher.
Kindergarten exits in the Little School House
Rooms 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 211, 214, 215
exits at doorway 4
Rooms 102, 103, 104, 105, 108, 207, 210, 212, 213
exits at doorway 3
Rooms 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, and 206
exits at doorway 2
Parental involvement is one of the key factors in student success. Ask your child to share with you what they learned each day.