Welcome to Hans Herr Elementary School!
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.
News & Events
There's always something happening at Hans Herr Elementary School. Check in often for a complete listing of district and building events plus news and announcements about our students and staff.
Congratulations to the Third Grade STEM Bowl Warriors!
The fifth-grade LS Propellers took first place at the 2023 IU13 STEM Design Challenge.
The first day of school will be Wednesday, August 23.
Leapin' Lizards! The irrepressible comic strip heroine takes center stage in one of the world's best-loved musicals, Annie!
The L-S Toys for Tots program had a record year, with 1,837 toys donated!
The 2022 Toys for Tots campaign will run from November 29 - December 9.
Happy and Healthy at Hans Herr
Students at Hans Herr build on the basics they learned in primary school to take learning to a whole new level.
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 . . .