Welcome to JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres
Attention: Please Read this important message in English or en Español.
Congratulations! Our counselor, Mr. Fernando Moreno was recently honored
with an award for "Distinguished Service to Public Education"
from the Montgomery County Board of Education
for his hard work and dedication to our students and their families.
We are so lucky and proud to have him here at our school!
(left to right) Mr. Eric Henderson, Ms. Matilde Arciniegas, Mr. Fernando Moreno,
Ms. Maria Hernandez, Ms. Andrea Barrera
Congratulations! Our two 5th grade students Judith and Ruben represented our school very proudly during the MCPS "Are You Up to the 5th Grade?" Challenge. The event, which was held at the AFI Silver
Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Spring, was about testing local celebrity
contestants on their knowledge of Grade 5 facts. Judith and Ruben collaborated
with other 5th grade students answering questions ( math, science art, music
and reading) . Former Teacher of the year Kimberly Oliver Burnim (and former JoAnn Leleck teacher) was the "teacher
of the class". Click here to watch the video.
Acting Secretary of the U. S. Department of Education, John King, visited JoAnn Leleck Elementary at Broad Acres Tuesday Jan. 5. King visited classrooms, read to students, and shared his goals for 2016 which include college and career readiness, professional supports for teachers, and a focus on equity and excellence in the classroom.
Click here to watch the video. Ver video en espanol.
Congratulations to our chess club! They earned 3rd Place in a tournament at the US Chess Center!
Find out more about Mr Moreno's chess program HERE
JoAnn Leleck Elementary in the news!!
Video: Rededication Ceremony, May 14, 2015
See a photo gallery from the Rededication Ceremony
Read more information about the renaming of our school
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.
Baltimore Chess Tournament