Lowell Parent Community (LPC)

The Lowell Parent Community’s (LPC) mission is to facilitate a positive, welcoming, and inclusive climate for all parents and to work closely with the school in meeting its goals.

What We Do

As representatives of the LPC, the Parent Council (PC) serves as a collective voice for parents and as an organizing vehicle for efforts to support the School. The Council aims to reflect the diverse views of parents and families at the school. Members meet monthly with the Head of School.

All parents belong to the LPC by virtue of having children at Lowell and are encouraged to join in the many parent-sponsored activities and events throughout the year.

LPC Leadership

President
Jennifer Lewis

Vice President
Tabitha Bartholomew

Treasurer
Edivia Henderson

Admissions Liaison
Kathleen McClellan

Adventure Club Chair
Lindsay Harrison

Art Coordinator
Meghann Dunlap

Fundraising Fête Chairs
Rashida Edmondson
Sam O’Brien 
Rebecca Orris
Katherine Shea

Bazaar Chairs
Carrie Goux
**Open**

Book Fair Chair
Jessica Marcella

Communications Coordinator
Sarah Bender

Community Service Chair
Kate Radi

Group Parent Coordinator
Jackie Dobranski

Library Coordinator
**Open**

Lunch Coordinator
Shereece Millet

New Parent Coordinator
Radhika Karmarkar

Secret Shop Chairs
Joanna Barbour
 
Social Events Chairs
**Open**
**Open**
 
STEMFest Liaison
Dan Barrie
Molly Rauch

Sustainability Coordinators
Shannon Callen
Consuelo Campuzano

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Coordinators
Shereece Millett
Jordan Bookey

Volunteer Coordinator
Karin Bencala

Lowell Parents of Students of Color (LPSC)

LPSC pursues its mission by hosting parent conversations, speakers, book clubs and other engaging activities, creating a gathering space for parents and students to reflect on diversity and inclusion topics, particularly as they relate to students of color.

Contacts: Rashida Edmondson and Jordan Bookey

Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (LDN) Parent Affinity Group

The LDN is a forum for Lowell families and faculty to engage in discussion and provide support and resources around learning differences, neurodiversity, strengths-based, and social-emotional learning. The group holds regular meetings and hosts events to share their work with the Lowell community.

Contacts: Lauren Kielsmeier, Stephanie Amundson, and Ketayoun Darvich-Kodjouri
1640 Kalmia Road NW
Washington, DC
20012 202-577-2000
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.