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Lake Weston Elementary School Zone

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Lake Weston Elementary School Information

Visit the Lake Weston Elementary School Website

Grade Levels:  PK - 5
Mascot:  Mustangs
Enrollment:  557
Feeds:  College Park Middle, Meadowbrook Middle, Lockhart Middle Schools
Location:  Map
Download Zone Map:  Lake Weston

Address:  Lake Weston
                  5500 Milan Drive
                  Orlando, FL 32810-4405


Lake Weston Elementary School History and Information: Lake Weston Elementary opened in the fall of 1958 to serve children living in Kingswood Manor, Albert Lee Ridge, Asbury Park, Riverside Acres and Plantation Estates, primarily serving employees of Martin Marietta. At the time, Lee Road was a rural road having only a few buildings on it. The original structure consisted of the front wing that housed grades one through six, the library, clinic and office. In 1960, the second wing and cafeteria were added. In 1963, the office was built, and in 1982, the media center was added to the campus. Our school boundaries encompass a majority of apartment complexes. Students come to us from Forest City Road east to Riverside, Kennedy Boulevard to Keller Road, west to Orange Blossom Trail and north to Mott Avenue. Lake Weston is a Title I school because of the amount of our students that qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch. The distribution of our Title I funds was determined with the involvement of our School Advisory Council and can be located in the Action Plan portion of this School Improvement Plan. Recognizing the diverse population we serve, we strive to provide opportunities for a wide variety of cultural, social and academic experiences for our students. We have a Neighborhood Center for Families (NCF) on our campus that provides a plethora of support services for our low-income students, parents, and the entire 32810 zip code community.

After School Programs:  ASP 407-294-7598