Location: 2726 Kennedy Drive
Grades Served: PK-6
History: On November 7, 1966, the Board of Education accepted the administrative recommendation to name the new elementary school, the third to be located on federal property in the Capehart Housing Area, LeMay Elementary School. It was named for General Curtis E. LeMay, who served the Bellevue/Offutt Community as commander of the Strategic Air Command, an organization he built into a powerful force that fulfilled the motto – “Peace Is Our Profession.” After leaving Offutt in July 1957, LeMay went on to serve as Vice Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force and later became a nominee for Vice President of the United States.
School Mascot: LeMay Owls
School Colors: Purple and Gold
School Purpose: LeMay is a school that works in partnership with parents and the community to educate the whole child in a positive learning culture. Students use their diverse educational experiences to become life-long, collaborative learners. Staff ensures that each student reaches his or her highest level of success in order to become intellectually curious members of a global society. We adhere to high expectations, accountability, and responsibility in commitment to being an exemplary school.
Principal: Mr. Andy Miller
- Roof Replacement (East/South Wings)
School Planning Improvement Begins
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Anticipated Construction Completion