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Principal
Anna Byrd

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502-485-8236

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502-485-8536

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3212 S. Crums Ln.
Louisville, KY 40216

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Glen Baete

Board Member
Chuck Haddaway

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Crums Lane Elementary School

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Highlights:

  • Offers the Small Class Size Program
  • Offers the Community in Action Program, which partners with various community organizations (such as the 123rd Air National Guard) in monthly service-learning projects to promote awareness and help students make connections with their own community
  • The school’s Academic Team has placed first or second in the Mayor’s Cup competition during the past three years.
  • A staff member was named the Kentucky Early Childhood Education Teacher of the Year.
  • Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) students were national finalists in the 2010 eInstruction Classroom Makeover Video Contest. They competed at the state level in 2013.
  • Besides Academic Team and STLP, students can participate in Garden Club, Peer Mediation, Student Council, 5X5 pARTnership performing arts experiences, Junior Achievement (JA), spelling bees, Newscast Team, flag football, basketball, yearbook, volleyball, track, cheerleading, band, orchestra, Step Team, sewing, art club, and chess.
  • Recognized as a Health Promotion School of Excellence (HPSE) and a winner in the HealthierUS School Challenge, participates in the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program, and received a Gardening Grant
  • Provides SMART Boards in every classroom as well as an iPad Lab, in which every student learns new technology skills weekly

Crums Lane is developing a Community in Action Program. Students will study different types of communities while they participate in monthly service-learning projects that connect them with their own community. Many types of projects and activities will be available through partnerships with area businesses and community organizations. Guest presenters and hands-on experiences at museums and historical and environmental sites will give students an in-depth understanding of communities and cultures of the past and present. The students will have the opportunity to share and demonstrate their learning in monthly programs. All of the Community in Action activities will be linked to core subject areas so that students build their reading, writing, math, science, and social studies skills as they learn about community needs and develop a sense of social responsibility.












Last modified September 4, 2014