Lanesville Elementary

Lanesville Elementary believes all students deserve:

  • A school community that promotes respect, honesty, compassion, positive attitude, active listening, acceptance, and personal responsibility
  • Highly qualified staff that differentiates for students’ needs
  • To be the central focus of our school
  • A safe, enjoyable, and motivating learning environment
  • The expectation that all students can reach their maximum potential with mastering all Indiana standards
  • To be prepared for a high education and global workforce

Meal Program Overview

Wellness Policy

Breakfast Menu

Due to supply chain issues our breakfast menu is subject to change. Rest assured whatever we serve, it will be delicious and nutritious. :o)

May Lunch Menu

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits.  Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.  Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

#2 – Ann Shaffer: 502-296-6899

#3 – Anna Stockhoff: 317-446-0658

#4 – Jody Jones: 812-972-1620

#5 – Vince Stilger: 304-685-0778

#6 – Denny Haines: 812-596-0026

#7 – Craig Warren: 812-267-5849

#8 – Mike Emily: 812-596-0542

For further transportation information, please contact Dr. Ryan Apple at 812.952.2555 ext. 203


Thank you for your interest in enrolling at Lanesville Elementary School. Click here to get to the Open Enrollment page. Please make sure to fill out all information to the best of your knowledge. Please use proper capitalization and check your spelling.

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Please be aware that if you live outside of our school district completing the online enrollment form is not a guaranteed acceptance to Lanesville Schools.

More information regarding acceptance of an out of district application will take place over the summer. Accepted applicants will be contacted and asked to complete registration which normally opens 2 weeks prior to the first day of school.

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Lanesville Community Schools has limited resources and is staffed to provide mild interventions and speech therapy for out of district special education students. Please use the “Comments” section of the enrollment page to communicate information regarding your student’s unique needs and ensure that Lanesville Community Schools are able to service your out of district student. If you have questions regarding the needs or potential needs of your out of district student, please contact the school office directly. 812-952-3000.

Kate Acton
Remediation Specialist
Karen Armstrong
PE Teacher
Nathan Barnickle
4th Grade Teacher
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Martha Beckort
Media Specialist
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Erin Boone
4th Grade Teacher
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Rita Brewington
Payroll & Human Resources Director
Rhonda Bridges
Instructional Assistant
Shirley Bryant
1st Grade Teacher
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Catherine Chuprinskas
2nd Grade Teacher
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Rebecca Cole
6th Grade Teacher
Sandy Denny
Cafeteria Manager
Chrissy Doughty
Instructional Assistant
Tara Dye
1st Grade Teacher
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Sheila Ehalt
Elementary Administrative Assistant
Julie Estopinal
5th Grade Teacher
Ramanda Flannery
Special Education Teacher
Leeann Geswein
2nd Grade Teacher
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Aaron Guernsey
Music Teacher
Cassie Gustin
Paul Hancock
Technology Director
David Henke
Art Teacher
Leslie Holdridge
1st Grade Teacher
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Angie Hood
Kindergarten Teacher
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Meagan Love
6th Grade Teacher
Jenny McKim
Elementary School Counselor
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Darcel McLane
4th Grade Teacher
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Bethany Miller
Special Services Coordinator
Bethany Moore
3rd Grade Teacher
Rebecca Parr
Instructional Assistant
Barbara Parrish
Speech Therapist
Liz Schigur
Kindergarten Teacher
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Penny Schmelz
Corporation Treasurer
Jeff Smitley
LES Principal
Kaycee Stiffey
Kindergarten Teacher
Emily Taurman
3rd Grade Teacher
Pamela Tobbe
K-4 Special Education
Tana Thompson
Instructional Assistant
Sandy Tyree
Instructional Assistant
Rebecca Uesseler
5th Grade Teacher

Kindergarten (Label everything with child’s name)

  • 2 – Boxes of crayons (24 count or less)
  • Rounded Tip Scissors
  • School box (plastic) – 8”X5”X2” (small size)
  • 2 – Boxes of Kleenex tissues (to be used by class)
  • 0 – 100 Flash cards (keep at home)
  • Box of washable wide markers in classic colors
  • Sturdy headphones – No Earbuds
  • 1 – Box yellow writing pencils and a block eraser
  • 10 or more glue sticks
  • Backpack large enough to hold: folder, iPad, library books, and extra clothes
  • Rest blanket (towel size that will roll up) – No Mats
  • 2 – Packages of black dry erase markers (1 wide tip & 1 fine tip
  • 1 – Package of black fine tip dry erase marks
  • 1 – Package of baby wipes
  • 1 Box Ziploc Bags (jumbo, or gallon size) and 1 Box Ziploc Bags (sandwich or snack size)
  • 1 Container of Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • 1 package of 100 index cards (white)
  • No Spill refillable water bottle
  • Complete change of clothes at school/ backpack at all times

Grade 1 (Label everything with child’s name)

  • Plastic supply box
  • Blunt end metal scissors
  • 2 – Pink erasers
  • 1 – Large box of tissue
  • 4 – Dry erase markers (black)
  • #2 Yellow pencils (20 count)
  • 2 Boxes of Crayons (24 count)
  • Elmer’s glue & 3 large glue sticks
  • 1 – Composition notebook
  • Sturdy headphones–non-chargeable (Must Have)
  • Backpack with no wheels
  • Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • Refillable Water Bottle
  • Complete change of clothes at school/backpack at all times

Grade 2

  • 1 – Large Box of tissue
  • Crayons (24 count)
  • 5 – Glue sticks & Elmer’s Glue (liquid)
  • Art box
  • 1 – Pocket folder
  • Subtraction flash cards (for use at home)
  • Sturdy headphones or earbuds (Must Have)
  • 1 Pack loose leaf paper – wide ruled
  • Pencils (12 count)
  • Scissors
  • 4 – Pink erasers
  • 4 – Dry erase markers
  • 1 – 1″ Black or white 3 ring binder
  • Highlighters (4 Pack)
  • Washable Markers

Grade 3

  • Water bottle to be taken home daily
  • Small supply/Art box
  • 1 – Box of tissues
  • 2 – Packs of Expo markers
  • 3 – Packs of Ticonderoga pencils (pre-sharpened is preferred)
  • 4 – Plastic two pocket folders one each (1 red, 1 blue, 1 green, & 1 yellow)
  • 1 – clear plastic ruler
  • 1 – Pair of scissors
  • 1 – Pack of 24 crayons
  • 1 – Pack of lined paper
  • 2 – Composition notebooks
  • 2 – Glue sticks
  • 1 – Pack of markers
  • 2 – Containers of Clorox or Lysol wipes
  • Sturdy headphones or earbuds (Must Have to Keep At School)
  • Wireless Mouse: helpful but not required

Grade 4

  • 8 Dry erase markers
  • 1 – Large box of tissues
  • #2 Pencils NO MECHANICAL
  • Pencil sharpener
  • 2 – Folders
  • 2 – Glue sticks
  • Crayons, colored pencils, or washable markers
  • Small supply box
  • Division flash cards (to be kept at home)
  • Sturdy headphones or earbuds (Must Have)
  • 2 Highlighters
  • Backpack
  • 2 – Spiral notebooks
  • Scissors

Grade 5

  • Pencils
  • Crayons and colored pencils
  • 1 – Bottle white glue
  • 1 –Glue Stick
  • Ruler with metrics (NO FOLDING RULERS)
  • Small calculator (must have)
  • 6 – Notebooks (spiral & perforated)
  • 3 – Folders with pockets
  • 8– Dry Erase markers & ERASER
  • Sturdy headphones or earbuds (Must Have)
  • Multiplication Flashcards
  • 1 – Red pen
  • Scissors
  • Supply box
  • Markers
  • Protractor (clear)
  • 2 – Large boxes of tissue
  • Erasers (tips for pencils)
  • Highlighters
  • 200 Index Cards
  • Clorox Wipes

Grade 6

  • Colored pencils
  • Pencils
  • 4- Pocket Folder
  • 1 – Package of index cards
  • Notebooks
  • Glue stick
  • 2– Large boxes of tissue
  • 8- Dry Erase Markers and an Eraser
  • Sturdy headphones or earbuds (Must Have)
  • Markers
  • 1 – Composition notebook
  • Erasers (tips for pencils)
  • Clorox wipes

Art Supplies (Gr. K-6)

  • Box for supplies
  • Pencils
  • Eraser
  • White glue
  • Crayons
  • Scissors
  • Notebook – (For Gr. 4-6 Art Classes Only)