Welcome to JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres 


Family STEM Night was held on April 26, 2017 in conjunction with National Environmental Education Week.  Throughout the evening, community members participated in a variety of activities that built their knowledge of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.  Some of the favorite activities including fish printing with paint, cleaning up an oil spill, and making a boat.  We look forward to continuing this activity next year!


April 24th was Administrative Assistant's Day! 
We are so grateful for our incredibly amazing Ms. Nguyen and Ms. Dos Santos.

      We don't know what we would do without them!

 Please take a moment and thank them when you see them.


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Our January 25, 2017 Math Night was a gigantic success. Families and students played games and had fun with numbers.


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The One Desk Foundation, a non-profit, charitable organization partnered with JoAnn Leleck Elementary School to reward students for giving back to their community.  This summer, our students had a wonderful community service opportunity to participate in the Washington Hot Shot’z peer reading group.  Ms. Levine’s 3rd and Ms. Walker’s 4th graders read grade-appropriate books to the kindergarten and 1st grade students.  Third and fourth grade students who submitted applications and completed at least 6 hours of peer reading were eligible to attend the Washington Mystics basketball game on Wednesday, September 7th.




 Congratulations to our chess club! They earned 3rd Place in a tournament at the US Chess Center!  

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                     Find out more about Mr Moreno's chess program HERE.




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JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres currently serves about 815 students enrolled from 

Head-start through fifth grade. These students come to our school from all over the world – over 30 countries – and speak nearly as many languages. Student services include special education inclusion classes, a METS class (serving students with interrupted or no prior school experience), various academic supports (reading, ESOL, mathematics, and science), and Linkages to Learning.

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Baltimore Chess Tournament