Lowell Elementary School Phone: 218-336-8895 FAX: 218-336-8899 Jerry Maki, Principal ext. 2940Lynn Litzinger, Secretary ext. 2952 School Starts: 7:45 School End: 2:15
Lowell welcomes students to a modern educational facility designed to provide a well rounded learning experience through enhanced educational opportunities. Over 90 adults provide direct assistance to students each day. Lowell provides a unique learning environment where the staff is dedicated to providing a rigorous education that will help students embrace challenges and thrive in a global society. We are committed to developing the academic, social and emotional growth of all students, and to creating an environment where the learning process is challenging, nurturing and fun.Lowell offers a first-rate education with an after-school program which allows students to expand their academic skills.
School Colors:Red & White Mascot:Lowell Lions
I LOVE Lowell Night
Lowell welcomes parents, children and community members to our first I LOVE Lowell night from 5 - 7 pm.
The goal of the event is to have students show leadership and what they have learned in the classroom. We have games and activities planned. There will be community drumming in the gym and special projects outside classroom doors. We hope everyone can attend. Free dinner will be served. If you need transportation for this event please call the office and leave a message for Joan Lancour.
Keep watching this site for more updates about this exciting event!
NWEA-MAP Testing Information for Students and parents of Grades 3-5
This site is designed and maintained so that you, the Lowell parent community, can easily find information and answers to your questions concerning the use of the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests.
We hope that by using these links you will find the information you are looking for.
Parents: click below for information about the NWEA-MAP tests
Early childhood developmental screening helps a school district identify children who may benefit from district and community resources available to help in their development. Recommended during the year children are three. Required for kindergarten entrance.
Lowell third, second and fifth grade students studies with teaching artist Kenna Camara-Corrman, from the Compas Arts organization, this week. They studied traditional West African songs and dances and learned about how hip-hop and West African dancing are related.
FREE BOOKS for LOWELL SCHOOL
Lowell Book SwaP Thursday, November 8th-Thursday, May 30th
Hours of Operation
Thursdays...7:30-7:45 and 2:15-2:30 Lowell Supportive Services Room/Hallway
Two Simple Rules 1. With parent permission, bring a book from home to swap for a book on the cart. Bring one book, take one book. Bring two books, take two books. And so on. Only swap books when there is a grown-up to help you. 2. If you do not have a book to swap, you can bring 10 cents. You keep the book of your choice. All money will go towards purchasing books for the carts.
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