1. If you would like to be part of the parent email group to receive school notices via email, send a request to be added to email@example.com
2. Want to join the parent text group? Text @langleyp to 757-349-7944
3. You can LIKE our Langley Elementary FaceBook page.
Food Services Lunch Menu
Free/Reduced Price – No charge
Full Price - $0.90
Adults – A la carte
Free – No charge
Reduced Price - $0.40
Full Price - $1.95
Adults – A la carte
Go to Food & Nutrition Services to find out about:
1. Menus and Prices
2. Free & Reduced price meal benefits- A new family application must be completed each year to be eligible for free / reduced meal benefits.
Apply for Free & Reduced Price Meals
3. The approved food & drink list for celebrations and recognitions
4. Wellness Policy
Parents, if you choose to send in birthday treats on your child's birthday, please follow the following rules:
- No balloons or other celebratory items (i.e. candles)
- No gifts
- Only store bought items
- Preferably no drinks
- Served during the child's lunch time
If items are brought to the office that do not follow this format, please know that parents will be denied the opportunity to bring them through the office to the cafeteria.
School is not the best place for birthday parties. We must consider all students' dietary needs and respect that not all families have the same celebrations, or have financial means to provide for such, hence please abide by the guidelines set forth.
Please read this list for accepted items:Approved Food Items
Langley Elementary School is named for Samuel Pierpont Langley. Mr. Langley was an aviator and physicist who was a pioneer in the development of the airplane. The school was built in 1942 by the federal government to serve the families of the N.A.C.A., now known as N.A.S.A. Mr. Langley's accomplishments were honored in many ways; the first aircraft carrier was named after him and Langley Air Force Base also bears his name. Samuel P. Langley served as a professor of physics and astronomy and was the Secretary of the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. He died in 1906.