A Facilities Improvement Project of the Laurel Ridge Elementary PTA

Many hands. One Mission. Beautify our school.


Climb the Ridge

Climb the Ridge is our facilities improvement project spearheaded by the Laurel Ridge Elementary School PTA.


Through a partnership with School Leadership, Dekalb County School District, Faculty, Parents, Students, the Community, PTA and YOU, we can provide our children with a safe and inspiring learning environment.

Join us and the Laurel Ridge community to meet other families, work with your kids, and beautify our school. Stay tuned to our PTA Facebook group and newsletter for details on future dates for Building and Grounds work days.

  • New Entrance Areas

    • PTA funded

  • Climb the Ridge Clean Up

    • PTA funded

  • Courtyard Revitalization

    • PTA funded

  • New Marquee

    • PTA funded

  • Bathroom Clean-up & Paint

    • PTA funded

  • New Outdoor Games

    • PTA funded

  • Community Supply Closet

    • PTA funded

  • Indoor & outdoor paint

    • Home Depot

  • New outdoor trash cans

    • Seeking sponsor

  • Media center renovation

    • Seeking sponsor

  • Playground shade sails

    • Seeking sponsor

  • Stage refurbishing

    • Seeking sponsor

2019-2020 Projects List
Building and Grounds Day - October 13 -
Approved - Newsletter 7 - Eden - Grounds

Laurel Ridge Elementary takes pride in being a part of a community that embraces the importance of having a thriving neighborhood school.


Climb the Ridge already has the support of The Home Depot. Would you or your business like to become a sponsor? Contact the laurel Ridge Building and Grounds Committee at PTABandG@laurelridgeelementary.com for more information.

For the 2019-2020 school year, Climb the Ridge  prioritized painting the building’s interior and exterior, and enhancing classroom, courtyard and playground spaces. An additional priority for the coming school year is creating a distinct outdoor classroom that will optimize parts of the school’s grounds for cross-curricular studies. The outdoor classroom will also be easily accessible by the school’s special needs student population.

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