Welcome to JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres
Family Reading Night is February 25, 2019.
Please join us from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
is with great pride and excitement that I write this letter of introduction to
you as the newly appointed Assistant Principal of JoAnn Leleck Elementary
School at Broad Acres. It is my privilege and honor to join this school
community. I am looking forward to an exciting year, while getting to know all
of the Leleck students and working with you, the parents and community
Ms. Carol Fernandez , Assistant Principal
It is with great pleasure that I
introduce myself to you as the new Assistant School Administrator (ASA) of
JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres.
I am excited to learn more about the JoAnn Leleck community through
building relationships with students, staff, families, and community partners.
I believe all students deserve an education that will prepare them for college
and career, and it is my continuous goal to ensure students are learning at
high levels in a safe and nurturing environment. I look forward to working
collaboratively with our principal, Dr. Harold Barber, our assistant principal,
Ms. Carol Fernandez, and the rest of the JoAnn Leleck staff to set an
educational foundation that will help make dreams come true.
Ms Nakia Sutton, Assistant School Administrator
Emotional Learning through Chess is a
counseling program that uses chess to help students acquire and effectively apply the
knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage their
emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others,
establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Please watch the video to see Mr. Moreno and our fantastic Bulldogs in action.
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