Hans Herr Elementary School is the intermediate school for all Lampeter-Strasburg students. The school consists of a third grade wing and fourth/fifth grade wing, all built around a grassy courtyard. Approximately 670 students attend classes at Hans Herr.
Award-winning children's and young adult fiction author Gordon Korman virtually visited Hans Herr Elementary School on Friday by Zoom as part of the school's author visit program.
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2022 who received 85 scholarships and awards at the annual LSHS Senior Awards Night on May 19th.
A group of 33 seniors made a series of visits to third graders this spring with the return in-person High School Heroes.
Hans Herr fifth graders spent time outdoors on Tuesday, May 17, with Chesapeake Bay Foundation educators.
First and second grade artists painted and decorated 88 strings, each with 60-80 empty toilet paper rolls, to create an upcycled waterfall.
Lampeter-Strasburg High School faculty and staff selected social studies teacher Matthew Shockey as the Teacher of the Quarter for the third marking period of the 2021-2022 school year.
Seniors Anne Visniski and Mitchell Livengood are the April Pioneer Superlatives while sophomore Sarah Schroeder and freshman Reese Maisano are the April Students of the Month.
The Fine Art Department is partnering with the Thespian Society to put on an “Arts for Humanity” night on May 20th from 6-8pm in the LSHS Grand Hallway. This will be a night of Live Music, Art Demonstrations, Art Sale & Silent Auction to raise money for people in need while also celebrating the arts in our school.
Hans Herr students spend their days studying language arts, math, science, social studies, and specials like art, music, phys-ed, library science, and guidance. The school sends teams to the county STEM competition each year.
Hans Herr has an active Parent Teacher Organization that conducts activities throughout the year. We love our PTO!
The District's band, chorus, and orchestra programs begin in fourth grade. Students have the opportunity to rent instruments, take lessons at school, and perform in several concerts throughout the year.
Every third grader receives a Chromebook to use at school and at home through the District's 1:1 learning initiative. Chromebooks are used in grades 3 through 12.
Hans Herr is filled with traditions! Third graders get messy with pumpkin math, fourth graders parade around the school on idiom day, and fifth graders learn all about careers from seniors at the CTC. And that's just the beginning . . .