The students celebrated their hard work of showing civility, order, respect, and excellence during the third grading period. Students participated in various games, movement activities, and crafts to celebrate their hard work. We are so proud!!
First grade students celebrated Dr. Seuss during the week of March 12. They participated in fun activities, enjoyed listening to guest readers, and learned about Dr. Seuss. Students also created posters about their favorite Dr. Seuss book and dressed up to perform in a “Hooray for Dr. Seuss” parade. What a fantastic way to celebrate Dr. Seuss and reading!
On March 2 and March 3, the second graders at Lowell celebrated Dr. Seuss with the love of reading. Students participated in a read-a-thon by reading with flashlights, pillows, and their favorite books. They also enjoyed snacks and pizza! What a great way to read exciting books!
Lowell’s 4th grade co-ed basketball team were awesome at the Warren Arts and Education fundraiser! The students played really well and made it to the championship game on Friday night! The students played tough until the end and earned second place! It was a night of fun for the students and their coach Mr. Branch!
Come out and support your Leopards!
Lowell fourth grade students competed in the Warren Math Bowl. We are so proud of our scholars. The students placed second in the competition. Congratulations to all the other Math Bowl teams.
Students and staff celebrated the end of their Kindness and Justice Challenge. Students showed kind and just acts to earn hearts and raised $4,630 to donate to the Warren Early Childhood Center, Riley Hospital, and the American Heart Association. Students also donated 7 boxes of pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald House and donated many pet supplies to the Southside Animal Shelter. Way to go!
The first graders at Lowell celebrated the 100th Day of School on Friday, January 27. The students dressed up as 100 year olds, brought in 100 small treats to share with the class, and participated in 4 "100 day" rotations that included learning activities in every classroom!
Lowell students and staff kicked off their annual Kindness and Justice Challenge on January 11, 2017. The challenge was inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. This year the students and staff are raising money to donate to The Warren Early Childhood Center, Riley Hospital, and The American Heart Association. Students are also earning hearts by showing kind and just acts to decorate the Kindness Tree.
See the flyer below: