The Rockingham County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, homelessness or otherwise in its educational programs, activities or employment.
Colors:Green and Yellow
Student Hours: 7:45-2:15
Office Hours: 7:00- 4:30
Lawsonville Avenue Elementary School is an inter-city school rich in tradition and heritage. Parents and grandparents of many of the students who are currently attending Lawsonville, attended this great institution of learning, making the school among one of the oldest schools in Rockingham County. Lawsonville Avenue houses 255 students in grades kindergarten to fifth. Located in the heart of Reidsville, NC students have the advantage of having the post office, fire department, library, and City Hall within walking distance of the school. Lawsonville is a Title I school with over 85 percent of its students on free and reduced lunch. Teachers are committed to providing each child with appropriate and challenge educational opportunities. Lawsonville was recognized as a Signature School of the Piedmont Triad in 2006-2007, Lighthouse School Award in 2004, School of Progress in 2001 –2002, Expected Growth 2001-2002, High Growth in 2007-2008, High Growth in 2011-2012, and is SACS Accredited.
Ethnic Composition of Student Body
Number of Students Enrolled: 237
Percentage of White Students: 32%
Percentage of African American Students: 51%
Percentage of Asian Students: 0%
Percentage of Multi-Racial Students: 8%
Percentage of American Indian Students: 1%
Last Modified on August 14, 2012
Rockingham County Schools
511 Harrington Highway | Eden, NC 27288
Phone: (336) 627.2600
RCS Vision: Empowering all students to compete globally. RCS Mission: Rockingham County Schools will provide a safe and dynamic globally competitive education environment in which all students can reach their highest potential.
In compliance with Federal Law, Rockingham County Schools administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, age or disability. The following persons have been designated to handle inquires regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Jill Bullock, 504 Coordinator or Dr. Jean Bullock-Steverson, Title IX Coordinator 336.627.2600