2013-2014 Registration

Submitted by angela.killian on

Mt. Loafer Elementary School Registration will be held on July 16th, 17th, and 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

It is critical that we get an accurate count of school enrollment. To achieve this, all students must register on or before July 20.  If you are unavailable to attend that day, please contact the school. If you have new neighbors, please tell them about registration.  Mt. Loafer is the only school in our area registering early.  Regular registration will be in August.


Submitted by larraine.nelson on


What a way to spend the day!  Mt. Loafer students rotated from station to station doing fun-filled activities for field day!  The PTO put together activities that correlated with Dr. Seuss books.  They participated in water relays, hoppity-horse races, squirt bottle tag, wet sponge games, and bounced their way through a blow-up obstacle course!  It was a great day for students and we especially want to thank our awesome PTO!


Mt. Loafer Hershey Track Results

Submitted by angela.killian on

Congratulations to the following Mt. Loafer students who excelled at Hershey Track!

Softball Throw

  • Lexi Bishop-1st place, 4th grade girls
  • Olivia Andrus-2nd place, 3rd grade girls
  • Beau Johnson-3rd place, 6th grade boys

Long Jump

  • Silas Wallentine-2nd place, 5th grade boys
  • Cedar Gasser-3rd place, 4th grade boys
  • Eli Adamson-3rd place, 5th grade boys

800 Meter


Submitted by larraine.nelson on

We are excited to announce our new Mt. Loafer Student Council Officers for the 2013-2014 school year!  They will lead our school and help the students with activity days, spirit days, assemblies, and serve on different committees.  We appreciate their great example at our school.  They are:  (front row) Taylie Mayfield, Paisley Bills, and McKenzie Graham.  (Back row)  Kyler Holman-President, Taos Dye-Vice President, and Silas Wallentine.


Submitted by larraine.nelson on

Things were a little topsy-tervy, roley-poley, and just plain funny when Mrs. Killian met her matches on the mat as she battled the teachers at Sumo Wrestling!  Mrs. Killian promised the classes who met their goal for the walk-a-thon, that she would wrestle their teachers on the mat!  They dressed up as Sumo Wrestlers and grappled to the ground!  There were cheers, and cries of victory from the teachers AND from Mrs. Killian!  We appreciate all the students who worked so hard to help bring money in to the school for this fundraiser, and a very BIG thanks to Mrs.

"All American Me and You!"

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

Our very special first, second, and third grade students performed a spectacular spring concert, under the direction of our wonderful music teacher, Robin Brown.  The students sang many patriotic classics, such as, You're a Grand Old Flag, America, God Bless the USA, Fifty, Nifty, United States, and All-American Me and You, plus many others.  Mrs. Brown has been working hard with each class and it showed by the enthusiasm that filled the room! Thanks to all of these wonderful students and to Mrs. Brown for the hard work and effort put into this concert!

April Students of the Month!

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

We are so proud to present the Mt. Loafer Students of the Month for April!  These students are doing such a great job helping their teachers, setting an example for their peers, and being great citizens for our school!  Thanks to the following students for all they do!

It's a Wonderful Day to WALK!

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

Friday was a wonderful day for our Walk-a-thon!  The students came ready for this fabulous fundraiser, with their walking shoes, shorts, cool t-shirts, and sunglasses! The students walked around the course that was ¼ mile in distance and received certain prizes and treats as they completed so many laps.  There were many red faces, tired legs, but most of all, lots and lots of smiles as they ran and walked for a great cause!  Thanks Mt. Loafer students, and especially Mrs. Betteridge, our physical Education specialist, for putting this all together!