Laurel Mountain is a school for talent development where we are working together to develop the whole child. I am honored to be the principal at an amazing and innovative school in the outstanding Round Rock Independent School District. Thank you for choosing to be a part of the Laurel Mountain Elementary community for the 2014-15 school year. We have opportunities for everyone to be involved in continuing our history of excellence. I hope that you will visit the LME Website and the LME PTA website to learn more about how you can be involved in the excitement of creating an exceptional learning experience for our children. Please call or contact me if you have ideas, suggestions, or questions. I am here to help.

Jan Richards, Principal

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2015-16 Student Enrollment Questionnaire

It is that time of year when we need to begin planning for the 2015-16 school year. To do so we need to know if your student(s) will be returning to Laurel Mountain next year. This is essential information to help us better determine staffing needs and class lists at LME for the 2015-16 school year.
Please click here to complete our 2015-16 Enrollment Questionnaire no later than April 29, 2015.

We must have this form submitted for all students (excluding current 5th graders), regardless of whether they will or will not return to Laurel Mountain next year. If this form is not submitted, your child will not be placed on a class list for next year.

Laurel Mountain and our very own Ruby Reader is supporting a RRISD book drive to provide new pre-school appropriate books to build home libraries for teen parents at Success High School. This important initiative will help encourage literacy in the homes of RRISD students who are in a unique situation and are working hard to complete their high school education so they can have a better future for themselves and their family. Please consider donating a new board book or picture book now through May 19th.  READ MORE...
International experts are bringing their diverse range of experiences to Texas at the Children and Nature Conference at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort on April 7-9. The three day event has attracted over 135 leaders from Texas, United State and globally from the conservation, health, education, technology and built- environment communities to explore ways to encourage families, schools, churches, non-profits and businesses to support getting kids off the couch and into nature.  READ MORE...