2021-2022 Welcome Letter

  • Welcome

    Dear Parents,

    Lead Empower Succeed

    Welcome to Loxley Elementary School for the 2021-2022 school year!  The administration, faculty, and staff are excited about the many opportunities planned for our students this year.  As a Leader in Me school, we will incorporate the 7 habits into our daily routine.  As an Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI) School we will continue to emphasize reading as the most important thing we can learn and do in life.  

    I encourage you to get involved with your child’s education here at Loxley Elementary. You can get involved in many ways:

    • Make sure your child completes his/her homework each night.
    • Make sure your child is prepared for school each morning.
    • Check, sign, and discuss your child’s “Information Folder” each night.
    • Volunteer when you can in your child’s classroom or workroom.

    What a privilege it is for me to be a part of this learning community!  I trust that each of you has a wonderful school year.

    Misty Wilkinson, Principal

     

    Mission Statement

    As individuals at Loxley Elementary School, we choose to be our best so that, together, we can do incredible things.  We recognize and honor our differences as strengths.  We celebrate our ability to make every day as great as we are.

    Vision Statement

    Lead-Empower-Succeed

    Loxley Elementary School Goals

    1. Improve reading /language arts, and math skills for all students
    2. Decrease student behavioral issues
    3. Increase home to school communication
    4. Improve student attendance rates

Meet Our Administration

  • Principal

    Misty Wilkinson

    Principal Misty Wilkinson I have been at Loxley Elementary for seven years.  I am a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the University of South Alabama.  I have been married for nineteen years, and am the mother of two children.   I enjoy running, reading, cooking, and spending time with my family.

     

     

     

    Assistant Principal

    Marty Stringer

    Mrs. StringerThis is my 25th year in education. Before becoming an assistant principal, I was the Project Jubilee teacher at LES. My husband and I have two children. When we are not at work, you will find us on the beach, in Guatemala, or hanging out together.

     

     

School Safety

  • Safety Message

    Protecting our students, teachers, and employees is my priority. The Baldwin County Public School System has partnered with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office, the Baldwin County Commission and our municipal law enforcement agencies so that ALL our school campuses have a dedicated School Resource Officer each school day.

    As part of our school system's multi-million-dollar commitment to safety, "buzz in"-video identification check is available on each campus. Everyone must follow stated safety procedures.

    Of note, just because you hear "lockdown" does not necessarily mean there is an emergency on campus. We are sometimes alerted by law enforcement of a concern in the community that prompts us to implement our safety plan. 

    Of supreme importance: if you see or hear something, say something- not on social media- but report immediately to law enforcement, a teacher or school administrator all concerns. School administrators and law enforcement will sort out the validity. Together, we form a partnership that keeps our schools safe. Thank you for being a partner!

    Anthony Sampson, Director of Prevention and Support

    School Resource Officer

    Officer Biggs

    Officer Biggs Officer Biggs has eight years of law enforcement experience. He has been with the Loxley Police Department for five years. This will be his third year as our School Resource Officer at Loxley Elementary. He graduated from The University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. Officer Biggs also graduated from Liberty University with a Master of Science Degree in National Security. In his free time, Officer Biggs enjoys watching sports.