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100 Maryland Avenue Harrisonburg VA, 22801

Anne Lintner, Principal Janis Churchill, Assistant Principal
Phone: (540)434-6585 Fax: (540)434-4452
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CLICK HERE for More Information on the Upcoming Dual Language Program Meetings Here at Keister.

See Keister Connects Under the Parent's Tab and HERE to Find Out More About What is Happening at Keister.

Safe Routes to School features W.H. Keister.  See the blog HERE.

Click the calendar tab for field trip annoucements.

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W. H. Keister Elementary School


  • Farming in the City
  • Preschool Enjoys Spring
    Preschool digging in the garden.
  • Preschool Enjoys Spring
    Preschool digging in the garden.
  • Twin Day.
    Dress alike with a friend.
  • In the Garden
    First Grade Works Hard in the Garden
  • Twin Day.
    Dress alike with a friend.
  • Farming in the City
  • Farming in the City

Coming Together to Celebrate Learning!

School Hours:  8:10 to 4:10, Monday through Friday

Student Day: 8:45 to 3:35, Monday through Friday

On Early Release Days, Dismissal at 1:15

Registration Days
August 10 (1:00 pm-7 pm)

August 11 (8:30 am - 3:30 pm)

Kindergarten Orientation
August 20 (1:00 pm - 2:00 pm)

New Student Orientation
August 20 (2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)

Open House
August 20 (2:00 pm - 7:00 pm)

First Day of School
August 25 (School doors open at 8:10 am)


 

For helpful information please refer to the student handbook available HERE

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Directions:

- Interstate 81 to exit 245.
- Turn west onto Port Republic Road.
- Go straight through traffic lights to cross Main Street.
- W.H. Keister Elementary School will be on your left across from the fire department.
- Remember to check in at the office when you get here.

Last Updated:  May 2015


Send questions or comments to: Evan Carr - ecarr@harrisonburg.k12.va.us


To Contact Anne Lintner, Principal:  alintner@harrisonburg.k12.va.us

Mark Miller, Assistant Principal:  mmiller@harrisonburg.k12.va.us

 



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