About

Our History

Lost Creek Elementary School was established in 1960 due to rapid growth and residential development on the eastern most part of Vigo County.  An addition to the school was opened in 1989 that included a new office area, library media center, art room, music room, gymnasium, and new hallway of classrooms.The school is listed as a National Road school because it was build on U.S. Highway 40, the old National Road that connected the east and west coasts of the United States.

Lost Creek has been under the direction of five principals: Mr. James Higham (1960-1984), Mr. Ray Azar (1984-2000), Mrs. Madonna Johnson (2000-2010), and Mrs. Marsha Jones (2010-2016). Mrs. Biggs is the current principal.

Mission

Lost Creek Elementary School provides a positive, child-centered learning environment where all children are respected and supported to reach their educational potential. (Developed Spring 2008; affirmed Fall 2018)

Vision

Promote “PAWS-itive” Pride

Provide a safe and secure learning environment

Accept students by validating their potential and effort

Welcome community members as partners for student success

Support students with engaging educational opportunities

(Developed Spring 2008; affirmed Fall 2018)

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