Cordley Elementary

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Contact Information

  • Cordley Elementary School
    1837 Vermont St.
    Lawrence, KS 66044
    PH: (785)832-5640
    Fax: (785)832-5658

    School Hours:
    Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays:


    Office Hours:
    8:00am - 4:30pm
    Boys and Girls Club Program:
    3:50pm - 6:00pm
    Site Manager: Keke Jarrett
    PH: 785-393-4921

Upcoming Events

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  • Cordley PTA Family Science Night, Thursday, January 25th

    The Cordley Science Fair is a fun event to give students in K-5th grade a chance to share their love of science.  All entries welcome – traditional, demonstrations, biographies or explain a cool science fact. Students will need to prepare projects on their own time, outside of the school day. All entries received by January 22nd will receive a Cordley Hawk science ribbon. Cordley families are invited to join us for fun activities at Family Science Night.

                      Science Night 2018 



    Pennies for Puerto Rico

    Cordley Elementary students will raise money to assist those devastated by the Hurricane in Puerto Rico. All funds raised will be donated to the Hispanic Federation Hurricane Relief Fund. 100% of every dollar donated towards Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief directly supports relief and recovery efforts for Puerto Rico.

    The community is invited to participate by bringing spare change to the school. We will collect funds until Jan. 19th. 

    We thank you for your support!

    Click Here for info regarding School Fees


    Kansas Legislation on Public Schools

    Stay informed and learning about the latest bills and actions being taken by our Legislators that impact public schools.  Check out the various links on this page to learn more about what action is taking place.  


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  • Safe Routes to School

    This Safe Routes to Schools map was made by the City of Lawrence, the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department, and Lawrence Public Schools as part of a community-wide effort to show students and parents the safest route to their neighborhood school. We encourage you and your student to use this map for International Walk to School Day on October 7th, 2015—and every day!—and then provide feedback on street conditions, traffic conditions, and the usability of your Safe Route on the link attached.  Additional questions can be sent to ,, or