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    3rd-4th Virtual Illustrator/Author Visit Robbi Behr and Matthew Swanson

    Look forward to a virtual visit that is lively, funny, full of advice and information about the creative process, and accompanied by dozens of photographs and illustrated slides. 

    K-2nd Virtual Illustrator/Author Visit Robbi Behr and Matthew Swanson

    Look forward to a virtual visit that is lively, funny, full of advice and information about the creative process, and accompanied by dozens of photographs and illustrated slides.

    Lowell Book Club Discussion Group

    Join fellow Lowell parents as we discuss literary fiction and have a great time connecting. April's  book is The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. All are welcome! Contact Kate Radi for zoom link.
    Contact: Kate Radi
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    Annual Fund Captains Meeting

    Annual Fund Captains Meeting and check-in.

    Virtual Primary School Open House

    See it for yourself—virtually! Join us to experience our beautiful campus and exciting program.

    Register to reserve your spot for Open House
     

    Lowell Film and Arts Festival

    Lowell Film and Arts Festival will be showcasing 29 original short films, playing card art and original music all created by Lowell Middle School students during the 2nd trimester of the 2020/2021 school year.
    Contact: Brian Weber
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    Listening Session: New Families

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we are putting together our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    Virtual Middle School Admissions Tour

    See it for yourself—virtually! Our Virtual Tours are the best way to experience our beautiful campus and exciting program.

    Register to reserve your spot on our Virtual Tour.
     

    COVID-19 Testing

    Students attending in-person classes on campus will test with their class during the day—unless they prefer to test with a parent present. Remote students who are participating in on-campus outdoor activities, and students who need to test with a parent present, will test between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

    All students and faculty/staff who will be on campus for any reason must have a weekly PCR COVID-19 test.
     

    Listening Session: Parents of Students in a Remote Learning Setting

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    Class of 2019 Catch Up with Kavan

    This is a chance for our HS Alums Class of 2019 to call in and catch up with Lowell teachers and Kavan Yee. There will be a door prize and trivia too! Zoom link to come.

    Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (LDN) Parent Affinity Group

    Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (LDN) Parent Affinity Group meeting.
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    Ramadan

    Begins at sunset.

    LPC Meeting

    Contact: Sam Moser
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    Leopard Circle

    Leopard Circle brings adults in the Lowell community together across divisions, with no agenda, to talk. These get-togethers will be held bi-weekly and are entirely optional.


    Listening Session: Parents of Students of Color

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    COVID-19 Testing

    Students attending in-person classes on campus will test with their class during the day—unless they prefer to test with a parent present. Remote students who are participating in on-campus outdoor activities, and students who need to test with a parent present, will test between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

    All students and faculty/staff who will be on campus for any reason must have a weekly PCR COVID-19 test.
     

    Listening Session: Parents of Students Who Identify as Neurodiverse

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    Board Meeting

    Contact: Tammy Brown
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    Virtual Pre-Primary School Admissions Tour

    See it for yourself—virtually! Our Virtual Tours are the best way to experience our beautiful campus and exciting program.

    Register to reserve your spot on our Virtual Tour.
     
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    Listening Session: Middle School Families

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    Listening Session: Pre-Primary, Kindergarten, and 1st and 2nd Grade Families

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    COVID-19 Testing

    Students attending in-person classes on campus will test with their class during the day—unless they prefer to test with a parent present. Remote students who are participating in on-campus outdoor activities, and students who need to test with a parent present, will test between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

    All students and faculty/staff who will be on campus for any reason must have a weekly PCR COVID-19 test.
     
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    Sustainability Committee Stream Clean Up

    Join the Lowell community on Friday to celebrate Earth Day as we work to improve our very own Kalmia Creek and the Front Field gardens!
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    Listening Session: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade Families

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    COVID-19 Testing

    Students attending in-person classes on campus will test with their class during the day—unless they prefer to test with a parent present. Remote students who are participating in on-campus outdoor activities, and students who need to test with a parent present, will test between the hours of 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

    All students and faculty/staff who will be on campus for any reason must have a weekly PCR COVID-19 test.
     

    Listening Session: Athletics at Lowell School

    Throughout the 2020–21 School Year, Lowell—our faculty and staff and our families—learned a lot about being flexible in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. In spite of currently decreasing infection rates and increasing vaccination numbers, we know that next year won’t be a complete return to our pre-COVID existence. As we look toward the 2021–22 school year, we will need to put our collective experiences and creativity to work in ensuring that Lowell can deliver the best possible educational experience for all of our students.
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    Class of 2018 Catch Up with Kavan

    This is a chance for Class of 2018 (HS Juniors) to call in and catch up with Lowell teachers and Kavan Yee. A Door Prize and trivia will be part of the fun! Zoom Link will be provided.
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    Virtual Pre-Primary School Admissions Tour

    See it for yourself—virtually! Our Virtual Tours are the best way to experience our beautiful campus and exciting program. We host tours nearly every week.

    Register to reserve your spot on our Virtual Tour.
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Lowell School is a private PK-8th grade school located in NW Washington, DC. At Lowell students gain the knowledge, skills, and social-emotional literacy to be the bold leaders and creative problem solvers our world needs.